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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 celebration yesterday, and for the sacrifices many of them made, I am greatful for. But, we now have to move onto the future, and look at other vetrens, Playstation 2 and Gamecube. Yes, like old soldiers, they have trudged on for over 5 years a piece, with easily 1000 games between them, some good, some bad, some awesome, some horrible. Without these two systems, there would be no wasted time for the X and Y generation, no challenges to overcome, and no artists able to showcase their technical achievments in an entertainment format. In simple english, no more video games! So, honor the last days of these veterens, both the real life ones, and the consoles themselves. We knew they wouldn't be around forever, but despite that, we are glad for what they have done for us.

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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 misunderstood creatures in the planet. They aren't malicious, and they don't mean to be problems for people, it's just the way the cards got dealt. So far I have seen different degrees of it, from one child who can't even speak or sit down correctly, to another who can't stop talking, to another obsessed with Animals, to one who loves using the computer. I even seen them try as hard as they possibly can to sit still, and do the lessons they are required to do, which range from writing, speech, physical and occupational therapy, to doing simple skills like cooking and cleaning. I can honestly say I nearly cried after the first day working with them, because they don't mean to be inresponsive, or nasty to people, or not listen to people, it's out of their control. Even if they try to control it, it's hard to do so. Being a teacher is not easy,especially in the city. Wait until i'm teaching high school, that will be more of a challenge then these children.

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The War Is On?
Posted on Saturday, May 13 2006 @ 21:17:29 Eastern

E3 is technicly over now, which means a few things. For one, we now know what were going to look forward to once the next gen comes in. But is it really done now? I mean, we all have something to look forward to, but now comes the never-ending lambasting of the fanboys. A ton of them will be praising games in a week, and parising their systems more. I hate this part, because I don't like the console wars on the various game boards I ge on. People get to harsh and are way to scathing on the boards then. Plus the "intelligent" responses they give, which are a grabe below stupidity sometimes. Fun isent it? I really hate that when it happens, so this year, I hope to steer clear from the console war.

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E3, whats the buzz?
Posted on Tuesday, May 9 2006 @ 19:37:42 Eastern

I think it is safe to say that nintendo has just jumped ahead in the hearts and minds of everyone who doubted it. Their E3 preformance was not only great, but compared to Sony's some-what back handed tactics and Microsoft's boring presentations, Nint...   read more...

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No Day But Today
Posted on Monday, May 1 2006 @ 12:00:01 Eastern

Funny, but I have now seen the musical "Rent" 3 times since it debuted in 1996. That is a lot of times, actually. Broadway is fun, especially for the local boy like me, but I also enjoy the time I have with friends and family when I see the plays. My...   read more...

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Posted on Friday, April 21 2006 @ 13:58:50 Eastern

Today is a bad day...I dont know why really. I have no true reason to feel upset over anything...but I feel really depressed and upset over small things. I also feel like I can never talk to my friends anymore....I feel afraid to speak to them.... ...   read more...

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Detaching
Posted on Monday, April 17 2006 @ 13:57:43 Eastern

You know what I mean? I loved being with my family, but it felt...different than the previous years. Like I didn't belong at all or anything, which is weird because I know my parents love me to death. I have been in college for nearly 2 years now...a...   read more...

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Depression
Posted on Friday, February 24 2006 @ 09:00:26 Eastern

Depression sucks...doesn't it. I honestly think I have been depressed for a month now, and I can't shake out of it for anything. I don't understand it either, because I shouldn't be depressed. Now though, I know my friends here are noticing it, and t...   read more...

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Schooltime Blues
Posted on Saturday, January 21 2006 @ 11:40:47 Eastern

Yep, school starts again. Tomorrow I got to get my books, and monday I have to go to bed early (like Midnight, I usually sleep from 3- noon on days off). and meet up with my friends who I haven't seen in a while. It's a weird double edged sword isen'...   read more...

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Playstation that popular?
Posted on Sunday, January 8 2006 @ 12:49:56 Eastern

My god, everyone here LOVES the playstation, the PS2, the PSP, all of Sonys stuff. The love affair is cool, i guess. I mean the system is not to bad, although some of the games are left to be desired? Look at the user reviews as well, all playstation...   read more...

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