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About De-Lor

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  • Birthday 01/16/1988

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    Im a pretty basic guy. Dark brown hair, tall, loves to game and rock out.
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    Salad boy (I'll toss YOUR salad).
  1. [SIZE=1]Cranium. And yes I'm a sell out. But the way they integrated four different board games is just.....fun. Other board games are ........ ....... ....... ...Sequence? Or would that be a Card game? I also use to play pinochio, yes.... Pinochio (sp?) The wooden doll with the nose... Anyways, you pretty much moved your 'Pinochio' through the storyline on the board. Tip the waiter I hated monopoly. ...I cant think of any others that I've played.[/SIZE]
  2. [SIZE=1]This really sounds like quite the interesting story, especially when you said the girl had a painting of the sky under her umbrella. It looks like the characters will probably grow pretty complex. I was wondering, where can I find this series in the states? Or is there any way to get it online yet? Maybe episode by episode?[/SIZE]
  3. I Like to play guitar sometimes, And cooking's another big one. I like anything that i can do with my bare hands. Cause having a cool table that you made is a lot better feeling than just a cool table.
  4. De-Lor

    Guitar Hero

    I am a hardcore GH player, and ido love to play on Hard, sometimes expert. But thats only because me and my roommate have made a ritual of it. We have an entire room DEDICATED to guitar hero. And wailing off behind your head with the guitar is a must, not just a fun thing to do. I mean come on, if your gonna rock, ROCK! My Favorite song to play as well as listen to is Even Rats, my second is Get Ready 2 Rokk by Freezepop. Ihavent gotten my hands on 2 yet, but its only a matter of money. As soon as i get 100 in my hand it'll magically turn into a fake reed guitar. (i wanna have both controllers
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    Red Vs. Blue

    [SIZE=1][QUOTE=Tex][size=1]I can't say what season is my favorite. I think they've all got their moments. The first season, I'll say, had to be the hook for me. No matter how many times I watch it, I still can't get enough of it. I've seen every episode all the way up to their recent, 79. I must say, I laughed my *** off throughout the entire time I took to watch all 5 seasons. There are just some episodes that are priceless. I do, however, have complaints. [spoiler]I don't like how they made Donut out to be a complete homo when he used to be the smartest in season one. That just made me
  6. De-Lor

    Red Vs. Blue

    [SIZE=1]For those who don't know; 'Red Vs. Blue: The Bloodgulch Chronicles' is a small mechinema series about two outposts stationed in a box canyon. Hilarity ensues. Anyway, this small, funny, Web-series went has recently turned into a cult fascination. With four full series' produced on DVD, it's become so big that even Bungie had to commemorate it (the red and blue Pop-Venders on Turf contain the logos of the studio who created the show). Now as far as I've seen. The quality of the storyline Goes in kind of an arch. From just funny 5 minute episodes in season 1 and half of season 2, to
  7. [SIZE=1]What is the oldest console game that you still play today? I have a tendency to lean towards BattleToads vs. DoubleDragon. My little brother and I used to play that game almost everyday. STILL have never beat it. Its incredible how hard some of those Old-School games really are! I've never met any one who has beaten ANY BattleToads game. Another one is Indiana Jones. It's not the best game, but the dynamite sticks make me laugh. ^^ [/SIZE]
  8. [SIZE=1]Sounds great. Now I only wish I had the money for a ticket. But sadly..... Halo will have to wait.[/SIZE]
  9. [SIZE=1]When things really have my head spinning, i do the obvious, have a drink. But in combination with that I'll either listen to music, sketch, and when Im feeling fidgety, ill take electronics apart and map them out. VCR's used to be the big thing, but I've moved on to cell phones, DVD-players, CD-players, and Im cautiosly testing out computers. What gets you thinking sometimes is when you put it all back together, and somehow you have extra screws....[/SIZE]
  10. [SIZE=1]Why isnt there any public groups to join? I think it would be kind of cool to have instant access to people who have the same interests as you, instead of searching the forums. But i think i could understand the downsizes to it also, as far as more things to moderate and having group forums about the same topics that are in the public forums. But still just an idea.[/SIZE]
  11. [SIZE=1][QUOTE=John] -The Mighty Mighty Bosstones (ska-core. Again, rawk on)[/QUOTE] Your telling me that there is someone out there that hasn't heard of the Mighty Mighty Bosstones? I feel sorry for them...[/SIZE]
  12. [SIZE=1]This is a band that im actually astonished that some people don't know about. Given its not exactly what everyones looking for, but they are still great. [B] [COLOR=SlateGray]Against Me![/COLOR][/B] An angry political Folk/Punk band from Florida. Im sure alot of you have probably heard them, they have a few songs out on the rock against bush albums i believe. But yes if your a fan of True Punk music, pick up Against Me!'s 'Crimes as forgiven by' EP. [COLOR=Orange]Taster:[/COLOR] [I]Cause baby, Im an Anarchist 'n your a Spineless Liberal We march together Thr
  13. [SIZE=1]With such a great point, I can do little but agree with you. But Id also like to point out that parents aren't afraid of that(unless they themselves were brought up to believe in White-supremacy.). What most parents that I know object too is that kids at the ages of 12 and 13 are reading about a 17 year old boy and the phases of independence associated with that age. They believe that the books are influencing kids to grow-up a bit too fast. But what they really don't like is exactly what you stated. Violence. And the Infamy that comes with it. Parents believe that kids will read
  14. [SIZE=1]I dont have an object either but there are two people i miss. Krystal Murray Krystal but she's really my other half, she was family in a friend, but sadly she went into the coast guard about a year ago. we still talk almost everyday. Murray was my best friend out in California, i moved to Michigan 4 yrs. ago, we still talk at least once a month. In about a month ill be living in california again, and ill finallybe ableto see both of them.[/SIZE]
  15. [SIZE=1]My usual varies, Sometimes its a Tom Collins, sometimes a SoCo lime, Longisland Iced-T, But so far my favorite is Spiced Rum and Diet Coke. I dont drink diet, i just think it mixes better.[/SIZE]
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