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Puerto Rico on Monday!
Posted on Saturday, July 28 2007 @ 14:07:26 Eastern

Woo! Family vacation for a whole eight days to Puerto Rico and St. Thomas island! Should be fun, because our family never does good vacations anymore. Always too busy with the stuff going on in real life to have fun, which is a shame because at all of our ages, we should be enjoying ourselves as much as possible.

Hope you guys have a good week, but for now, i'll be viewing old forts, getting a sunburn, swimming with Dolphins and smoking Puerto Rican hash. See you.

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Building a bankroll
Posted on Friday, June 29 2007 @ 21:57:34 Eastern

Man playing poker is sometimes a pain.

I decided to build a bankroll on Pokerstars (since Full Tilt doesn't allow anyone under 21 to play) and so far so good, I started with $10.00 in cash, and have built it to a little over $55.00. Not bad, considering I began this quest in late April. Two months later I am starting to thrive.

My biggest problem is most of my money comes from tournaments and sit n gos, and not cash games. For some reason I can never make a dent in the cash games, I usually lose everything there. Tournament wise, I last a long time, I cash a lot and sometimes go real deep. So far, to my credit I came in 5th in a No Limit Omaha Hi/Lo, a  51st in a No Limt Holdem, a 15th in a H.O.R.S.E event, and a 20th in a Pot Limit Omaha Hi/Lo event. Not bad, considering my average placing is 178th, and most of the time you cash at around 250-500th place.

So hopefully I can build it up. If you haven't guess, these are all $1.00 or more buyins, as anything above $5.00 is still to big for me. When I hit around $80-$100 I might take a chance in that then.

For now, grinding it out like level building in an RPG. May take some time, but soon I will be well equipped for the future.

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Man im lazy
Posted on Thursday, April 26 2007 @ 11:41:52 Eastern

Ok, instead of writing three papers on various topics that are due in the next two weeks, right before finals end, i'm sitting in my room, playing Viva Pinata and Samurai Warriors 2, Empires.

The true crime is that Empires i'm playing more than Pinata, I guess an easy 1000 achievement points are a great motivator. Regardless, it is kind of fustrating that I am too lazy to write three seemingly easy papers due in 2 weeks before finals. I guess games are my life sometimes, but I hate when it takes over.

Campus Crawl is also this Saturday, which makes things worse!

ARGH!

 



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Kicking it old school?
Posted on Saturday, April 21 2007 @ 01:30:51 Eastern

I just looked at my shiny new medals today....I am a level 5 old schooler...interesting to say the least, mainly because I don't consider myself one of the "old guard" of Game Revolution.

There are a lot of people at GR, Icepick,...   read more...

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My Solution
Posted on Thursday, March 15 2007 @ 18:12:04 Eastern

It's been 2 days, and I think all is well at this point. I wish my friend would contact me or call back when I called him, but as far as I know everything is ok. So Another crisis has been hopefully adverted :). ...   read more...

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My Problem
Posted on Wednesday, March 14 2007 @ 13:33:45 Eastern

Why is it that every time I get close to someone as a friend, I do something that upsets them to a point where they would literally hurt you or ignore you for the rest of your life? This is the 3rd time in 6 months that this has happened to me, and I...   read more...

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New Year, Old Problems
Posted on Wednesday, January 17 2007 @ 17:47:28 Eastern

Well, were 16 days into the New Year of 2007. In retrospect, 2006 was a tough and kind of boring year, and I didn't like it to much really. I hope 07 is the opposite, fun and filled with joy! I have the Wii, and it is awesome, I have my family, an...   read more...

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Survivng the Wilderness...
Posted on Thursday, November 16 2006 @ 20:51:34 Eastern

This will be fun, waiting 2 days to get my little hands on a Wii. I have come to the conclusion that I will only be able to attain the system if I wait on line for at least 2 days at a Target, Circuit City or Best Buy, fourtnatly all near the same sh...   read more...

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Remembering the Veterens
Posted on Sunday, November 12 2006 @ 20:36:53 Eastern

With less than a week until the last of the next generation hits the shelves of our electronic sections, one has to remember the veterens that have touched our lives for their sacrifices. The servicemen and women who fought in our wars had their cele...   read more...

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The Autistic
Posted on Monday, July 17 2006 @ 23:11:02 Eastern

It interesting, working with children with Autism. Since I got certified to be a para for the NYC Board of Ed, I have worked with a lot of children, and without a doubt my favorite group is the autistic kids. Yes, they are probably the most misunders...   read more...

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