2 days agoSpartanblue517
Well, never really did this yet, even though I started this Profile awhile ago. So might as well start putting in journal entries now so that I can something to do to past time. Well my name is James Gurin, 18 years old soon to be 19, and I am a college student who also works part time at a furniture making company. I am putting this journal entry in as the first of hopefully many. But, who knows, working while in college takes up alot of time and is a pain in the ass sometimes.
2 days ago03k64firefly
How's everyone's week going?
Nothing too interesting here, just a typical uneventful week so far. I have a birthday party and a wedding to go to on Saturday, but aside from that, this week is nothing special or particularly interesting.
I did kind of start contemplating Christmas gift purchases. I like to try to get them done and out of the way before December comes and shipping becomes a nightmare. I do my best to avoid having to physically go buy anything that isn't groceries between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
1 day agoqrow-whistler
So, a while back, I started making a "studio' (I say "" due to the fact that we aren't official) with a bunch of friends. I'm happy to say that we have started the creation of our first web series, of which a name hasn't been decided yet. We will begin production once we find voice actors and get the necassary hardware and software. Be on the look out!
1 day agoqrow-whistler
So, a little bit about me. My real name is Cameron Whistler. I'm 17 years old and I'm from Mesa, Arizona. My goal in life is to become an animator for video games and shows. I go to a school called EVIT (East Valley Institute of Technology) for 3D Animation. I've been a fan of RoosterTeeth for about 4 years now, when my friend introduced me to Red vs. Blue, not telling me it was RoosterTeeth, I loved it. After that, he tried to get me to watch RWBY, but I refused. I didn't like it at first. Then, after that fateful day in 2015, I decided to watch RWBY, in honor of Monty. When I started watching RWBY, I fell in love with animation, and wanted to do it myself. That just about sums up me. Let me know if any of you have additional questions. Thanks.
2 days agoCyclonis Special Agent
Business first, unfortunately we were unable to get enough people to get a discount for group pricing so we all have to pay upfront at the gates. But other than that, we all wanted to say we hope you all have fun in the meetup this Saturday! It is going to be so much, we hope to see many faces there! Have fun all!
13 hours agotopham DHYB
Today I went on a proper adventure that involved walking, jumping, slam dunking and flipping.
I went to Sky Zone, an indoor trampoline park, where there's a large array of trampolines and assorted activities to carry out. I aimed to get there just before the schools let out and so that I could have some semblance of peace, and I got there at what felt like the right time, not too busy, not many kids, all in all, I felt pretty good. After all, I'd rather be able to practice and be able to flail around wildly and not risk flattening a small child.
So I walked down the path alongside two miles of busy 5 lane traffic, in the 80-degree weather, and made a decent time of it. By the time I got there, I was parched but determined, so I got checked in, had a drink and started bouncing. It didn't come back to me immediately, it took a few attempts of no control to build up to what I was familiar with, the trampolines were smaller than I anticipated, so staying on one and not moving towards the edge was the key.
I strayed off the main trampoline and headed to the jump into the foam pit until I felt okay with inverting myself through the air and coming down at all sorts of strange angles. I then headed to the area where there were runway trampolines and basketball nets suspended. I got my bounce on and picked up a ball and practised jumping high and throwing the ball through the hoop, it certainly helped with coordination, so it was definitely a worthwhile adventure.
Then I headed back, onto the regular trampolines, where I started to practice front and back flips, of which I will have short videos on my Instagram at some point in the near future. Initially, it felt strange and just trying to find my feet for a landing was problematic, but I did it, I landed a few flips and was able to remain bouncing, and that was very encouraging. Considering I haven't done any flipping in probably 4 or 5 years at this point, I was pleased with what I accomplished today.
Then I was worn out, and we headed back to the house and chilled out for a bit then headed out.
We went to a Mexican place and I had a Chile Relleno. After seeing one on the first episode of I Hart Food, I knew I had to try this treat when I was over here. It didn't take much hunting, but I'm really glad I tried it. It was delicious, a well-roasted pepper stuffed with cheese, coated in cheese and onions with rice and refried beans. Top notch. Yum Yum. Other positive statements. Okay, I had eaten the corner before I realised I should probably talk about it today, but I was hungry, bouncing took a lot out of me.
It's been a fun day, I also started watching Iron Fist, which I will hold my judgement on for now, as I'm enjoying it, and I can't wait to see where it goes, and I know I've heard not many good things about it. I also can't wait for the new Punisher series, but I need to get through Iron Fist and Defenders first.
Have an excellent day! You're all my favourites!
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