12/16/11 11:00- ID#55754
Like 5 years ago my parents gave me a gift card for one that I never could use because they were out of them for like year. I ended up using the money on other crap. I guess its like pre paid if you think about it that way.
Last Modified: 12/16/11 11:02
10/02/11 09:11- ID#55230
Actually, I was exaggerating - there was on win, this was it. How the frick is this a win? I can't understand how the machine works at all, which makes it seem all the more suspicious.
The best part was the Mega sized mozzarella cheesesticks. The worst part was the cigarette smoke. I had no idea what it was like to be in a place where thousands of people are smoking cigarettes indoors.
We opened the glowstick fairy wand, but had no chance to show it off. Its kind of a sad end to the fairy wand.
Last Modified: 10/02/11 10:37
07/01/11 09:41- ID#54612
For amusement only
Last Modified: 07/01/11 09:41
03/20/11 10:34- ID#53883
The stupidest game ever
Last Modified: 03/20/11 10:34
02/25/11 06:09- ID#53724
Bowling at kenmore lanes
Hadn't been there in years, since like 93 when I used to go there to play gauntlet.
I found a nice pink ball to use but I only bowled a high of 119.
(e:keithT) dressed the part. I wish there was more light in the pic.
Last Modified: 02/25/11 06:09
02/05/11 10:28- ID#53554
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11/26/10 11:18- ID#53166
Goose Your Neighbor
My family plays this card game called "goose your neighbor." It is not the same as the game "Screw Your Neighbor" and I could not find it on google so I decided to write about it here and bring it to internet.
a. You can have as many people as your want sitting in a circle with three stacks of money e.g. 3 nickels, 3 quarters, 3 dollars, 3 chips, etc. We usually use nickels although, my brother now charges me a dollar for 3 nickels so it is not really any cheaper than using quarters.
b. You use a regular deck of playing card minus the jokers.
c. The dealer shuffles and passes out one face down card to each person in a clockwise fashion starting with the person sitting after the dealer and ending with the dealer.
d. You look at your card and the object is to have the lowest card on the table. The person with the highest card, pays one stack to the pot. In this game the lowest card is a 2 and the highest card is an ace. The cards ascend in normal order 2,3,4,...J,Q,K
e. Starting with the person to the dealer's left, the player determines if they want to keep their card e.g. they think it is low enough. If not they can trade cards with the player to their left.
f. The player to the left has no choice unless have a 7, the neutral blocker card, which makes them immune to passing. If they have a 7 then simply turn it over when the person tries to pass and then the passer is stuck with their card.
g. If the pass is completed and the person whom the card is being passed to passes the player to their right a higher card than the one they receive, they then knock on the table to indicate the situation to the other players.
h. Once the pass/stay action has made it around the table, the dealer turns over their card. They can then either stay or pick one from the top of the pile.
i. Once that is completed, the other players all turn over their cards simultaneously and the one with the highest card has to pay the pot.
j. If their is a tie for highest, both players pay the pot.
k. The next round, the player to the dealer's left is the new dealer.
l. Once a player loses all three of their stacks, they got one free round "on their honor." When they lose that, they are out of the game.
l. The last player remaining gets to keep the pot or split it with their children/grandchildren if they look like they are going to cry ;)
Last Modified: 11/26/10 11:20
11/20/10 07:35- ID#53141
Haunt the house
Last Modified: 11/20/10 07:38
03/09/08 09:18- ID#43597
Want to buy terry's xbox 360 elite?
120GB hard drive
2 controllers 1 wired, one wireless
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle
Star Trek Legacy
Ninety Nine Nights
Star Wars KOTR2 (xbox)
01/31/08 08:33- ID#43107
OMFG Secondlife what happend
Then, I woke up this morning to find that someone had returned all my property form Slate. My hometown in Secondlife. I was so mad that it was gone and then I thought, wait - thats my land how did they banish my stuff from it?
Then I logged in and saw - someone seriously paid 200,000L/$700 US dollars for my remaining tiny plot of land. I can't believe it. It has had the price tag of $700 for months, maybe even a year and everyone always tried to bargain down. I refused to budge on the price thinking I would rather own the land then sell it for cheaper. Then this morning I wake up and bam. I get an email saying my shit has been returned to me by the owner of the land.
I know the secondlife economy crashed yesterday. But its still worth $700 US. This means I have made almost $2000 off this game I never even play. Should I cash out or re-invest in the long term. I think I might just cash out. I figure if I ever want back in I could just buy some land.
You have sold L$209530 for a total of US$732.59 using LindeX. Your Second Life account will be credited the net proceeds.
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