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The Blackangel

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  1. I'm not surprised either. Microsoft seems to not really care about employees, but at the same time, buying Blizzard brought in a whole new payroll so I guess in a roundabout way I can understand why they did it. They didn't want to have to pay so many people for shit they were already doing. They just wanted the legal rights to the games that couldn't be challenged of withdrawn. They don't care about much of anything else.

  2. I've loved that movie since it came out and I was a little girl. I had the hugest crush on Suzanne Snyder. She played Debbie Stone in the movie. But it was absolutely hilarious. My parents didn't want to let me watch it, so I stayed up until midnight, and snucked downstairs, and laughed my ass off through the whole movie. It's one of my favorites to this day. Damn it, now I want to watch it.

    Something interesting, is that I met Suzanne Snyder several years ago at Crypticon. She's really sweet. We actually talked for quite a while.

  3. I've printed pictures here at home. I had to take down all the pictures of my baby after she died because it was just too painful to see her and not be able to hold her anymore. The only pictures I have up now are wedding photos from when @Rain Dew and I got married. I have no pet photos up. But we're moving so that may change.

  4. @Rain Dew and I are planning to get a few pets once we get settled in after we move next month. I have to have rats. They're sacred to me, and I have an emotional need for them. We're also planning on a few dogs. She want's a dachshund. I'm getting a Yorkie and a pitbull. All puppies. And finally we're getting a macaw. Not sure what breed yet, but we're fully set up for one. After some time, I'll be looking to bring 2 other pets home. Another hedgie, and another dragon.

    If I could surround myself with millions of animals I would do it. I hold their lives above my own. As long as they're happy and healthy, that's all that matters to me. They eat first, I eat last. They get the clean water, I get the dirty water. They are superior to me.

  5. Everyone has an accent that they just find sexy as hell. Most women tend to lean towards a British accent. Well I'm sorry girls, but I have to disagree with you there. To me the absolute sexiest accent is a Jamaican accent. Just hearing it gets me weak in the knees. I love the way people from Jamaica speak. And the fact that they have their own "language" so to speak which is just a form of broken English is awesome. I love listening to them just have a conversation.

    So what accent turns you on?

  6. I have long hair. I just look like shit with short hair. For the most part I keep my hair tied back in a ponytail, but I don't cut it except for minor trims when I go to the salon just to get rid of split ends.

  7. I make sure all my makeup is off, then I use moisturizers, and hydrating lotions. I also use a loofah and body wash in the shower instead of bar soap. It cleans my body better and exfoliates the skin, getting all the dirt, dead skin cells, body oil, sweat, and whatever else is on your body off of you. It also makes my skin feel silky and smooth. My only real problem is that I forget to shave a lot and always end up looking like Grizzly Adams.

  8. On 2/18/2024 at 9:42 PM, killamch89 said:

    Not at all - the internet was around in the early 80s and I was born in the late 80s so I'm younger than the internet lol.

    There was no internet in the 80's. I'm a child of the 80's and no such thing existed back then. Home computers were extremely rare, and the technology wasn't up to a point that was required for the internet to exist. There were a few tests, all of which failed. But there was no internet. In 1981, universities came together to form BITNET, which allowed thousands of new users to experience innovations such as file transfers for the first time. All of these new networks showed the possibilities of computer networks and helped stoke demand for a robust nationwide network like NSFNET.

  9. I'm definitely looking forward to this one. So much so that I pre-ordered it. It comes out March 26th and I can't wait. It seems like Resident Evil meets Silent Hill if you ask me. And the creatures, while grotesque, are nothing that would cause problems for me. I've already checked that out.

     

     

  10. You know, I've never been afraid of animals. I know not to screw with the majority of them. I've had a few encounters that I would rather not have. For example I loved hiking when I was a kid. On one hike, I saw a hellcat, probably about 100 yards away. Most would call them cougar or mountain lion. I always called them hellcats. Luckily I was downwind of it, so it didn't smell me. Another time was the same scenario but a bobcat. Except this one was a HELL of a lot closer. The last experience was a lot more recent, after @Rain Dew and I were together. This is before the chair, and we were out at some rock formations near here. I had to pee so I went around some bushes to go. As I was zipping up, I noticed something. About 4' away from me, all coiled up, was a copperhead. Since it was autumn I didn't see it in all the dead leaves. I think that even though I had just peed, I pissed myself when I saw it. I hadn't hunted them since I was a child. And finding one that close like that was like biting into an apple and finding half a worm.

    In captivity, they don't frighten me. Just ask @Rain Dew. When we went on a cruise several years ago, one of the shore excursions was in Belize. We went to a zoo there that we got to play with tapirs and (believe it or not) a jaguar. I'm not even close to kidding. They had a steel cage that was just big enough for 3 people, and had a bench in it, out in the jaguar's enclosure. You just enter the enclosure as if you're looking for something, make your way over to the people cage, lock yourself in, and here he comes. I got kisses, and was able to pet him with a couple fingers through the bard. We had bits of meat with us that we were able to feed him. That's something that would NEVER happen here in the states. So it was an awesome experience.

    Also, Capuchin monkeys are extremely entitled, but worth it. I loved playing with them at another stop. I've always wanted one, but @Rain Dew won't let me have one.

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