If the world is so bad, Why can't I just bring myself to frown? Well, it's true: we'd rather remember what we had Than reach right on out and feel. I suppose I should be sad That we tell our kids "It's okay to dream", As if there was something wrong with that at all. And people tell me, "I'm not judgemental," Because they assumed I was judging as well.
I guess I just feel That we're safe from hell 'Cause what kind of God would send us on down? Life's a riddle, and I don't expect the answer. What's the fun in that?
What's the use in praying to the stars to make the sun give up and tell? She told me, "Stay true," But I never gave her an answer at all. We look to the clouds When all our questions are here on the ground. The dog howls to the moon, And we laugh and we swoon, Yet the moon must have something to listen to. ------
I think I need help with my intros, and keeping my work uncluttered. Any help is appreciated.
I love how enraged people get about lines in a movie they don't need to see spoken by actors who have no influence on their lives.
*movie comes out, you're walking down the street* Random 12 year old: Ha ha ha that's legit, I can't wait to legit shred while listening to some hardcore Aly and AJ! Whenever I'm in public, I'm going to have really loud conversations about "true rock" and how it's defined by Miley Cyrus!
Ok, has anyone else had a ridiculously tough time with EA sports and Xbox? I have NCAA 2010, and I just want to make a team. It tells me I need to sign up, so I do.
Then, I have to link my gamertag (this is where the trouble starts).
It says I need to add a persona, and when I try to put in my gamertag it says I have to do an online match on Xbox live for it to recognize me. So I do (and get crushed 63-3), and it tells me I should've gotten a confirmation email, which NEVER CAME!
Has anyone else had the misfortune of dealing with EA, and could gimme a hand?
I rage quit out of Forza 2, without assists. I'm up by 30 seconds, two laps from winning an enduro-race, when I accidentally brake too hard, the wheels lock, I miss the apex of the corner by 3 feet and spin out 40 feet into sand. By the time I get onto the course, I'm in dead last.
I always pretend that I'm wearing some sort of super high tech armor suit, wherever I go. Out of boredom, I guess. If my mind drifts off, I picture wherever I am as in the future. Cars are spaceships, buildings are docking bays, etc. And also, I'll see a car in the distance, and imagine a HUD that tells the speed, distance from me, etc.
Yes, this is true, but when you do this, their stats become the same as a pokemon in the wild, unless they add the EVs already on it. But it's better to raise a pokemon to lv. 100 by training it than to just let the game do it, because when the game does it, it's like giving your pokemon as many rare candys as it needs to get to lv. 100, with no addition of EV points. when you raise them yourself, it gains certain EV points based on the stats of the pokemon you fight, making it far stronger. I would like that edge.
Also, I hate games without retaliation. This is why I love Fallout 3 and GTA IV. When somebody drives into my new Ferrari, I get out, rocket launcher their @$$, and drive their car off a cliff.
Unfortunately, in other games when your AI teammate decides it would be funny to hide in a corner while you're getting shot in the dome, it's physically impossibly to punch them or something. Even having the OPTION to do so is nice, even if you're not violent.
1- Rubber banding in racing games. Especially Need for Speed: Most Wanted. When I'm doing 216 on the highway and the closest guy to me is a mile and a half back on a hairpin, I seriously doubt they can catch me in 30 seconds if I clip a wall with my mirror.
2. One-hit K.O.'s
3. People who exclusively snipe or kill steal, nothing else.
Pokemon: -F*cking annoying trainers that search around every goddam second to make sure no one gets by them. "Derr, our eyes met so we must battul!" No! You saw my back as I was turning a corner, in tall grass, 300 feet away. I can't WAIT to smash your Level 2 Pidgey with a Level 49 Thunderbolt. Take it in the face. -Gym Leaders using Full Restore.
Halo 3: -Beating down. Since when has punching someone through heavy armor been more effective than 50 assault rifle rounds to the visor? Not to mention, you can beat them down twice online and they kill you with one.
-Battle Rifles. Remove from game. Now. I esclusively teabag all Battle Rifle users until someone else on the other team kills me. Ironically, usually with a Battle Rifle.
Randy Newman- Short People Short people got no reason Short people got no reason Short people got no reason To live
They got little hands Little eyes They walk around Tellin' great big lies They got little noses And tiny little teeth They wear platform shoes On their nasty little feet
Well, I don't want no short people Don't want no short people Don't want no short people `Round here
Short people are just the same As you and I (A fool such as I) All men are brothers Until the day they die (It's a wonderful world)
Short people got nobody Short people got nobody Short people got nobody To love
They got little baby legs That stand so low You got to pick em up Just to say hello They got little cars That go beep, beep, beep They got little voices Goin' peep, peep, peep They got grubby little fingers And dirty little minds They're gonna get you every time Well, I don't want no short people Don't want no short people Don't want no short people 'Round here