Posted January 25th, 2009 at 5:18 PM byGummy (The Bear Necessities)
When I woke up this morning, I had no idea what level of fun-acity was in store for me later today.
So PC was being SUPER LAGGY today, as you may have already noticed, so I decided to turn of the computer and play some games. I was heading to my Xbox to merk some n00bs on CoD when my friend, Ted, called. He wanted to tell me that he found his (working) N64 along with some games, but he had no controllers. Fortunately, I still had a couple locked up in my dungeon closet so I told...
Posted January 11th, 2009 at 11:39 AM byGummy (The Bear Necessities)
THIS ARTICLE SPEAKS LIES! GUMMY BEARS ARE YOUR FRIENDS!
Gummy Bears want to kill you. It’s true. Sure those cute little confectionary morsels appear to be harmless and even quite tasty. But don’t be lured into a full-tummied comatose stupor. These bears are ferocious, single-minded killers. I, too, was once coaxed by their seemingly delicious appearance. I bought bag after bag of the empty-eyed innocuous-looking bears. But soon I noticed some strange occurrences. For instance,
Posted January 10th, 2009 at 12:53 PM byGummy (The Bear Necessities)
As you can tell from this entry's title, it is a continuation of my last entry. In actuality, it has little to do with PC. xD
Let's start with the spawn of satin school. It has only been a week since we got back from summer vacation and I've already had five test and four projects due sometime next week. Actually make that four test, because I was so late to school yesterday that I missed my Math test. It also doesn't help that I couldn't find my math teacher during my lunch period,...
Posted January 4th, 2009 at 3:32 PM byGummy (The Bear Necessities)
So it seems I finally have my own blog. As you can see, it wasn't through post count, but by my $20 donation to Pokecommunity. To those that don't already know the story: I had lots of money left over from Christmas, and my mom lent me her credit card to buy a book on Amazon. I was going to buy three separate hard covers that would add up to $50, but I found the three paperbacks in a package for only $30. With that $20, instead of buying another book, I donated to PC....