Tuesday, May 28, 2002

"How come we play war and not peace?"
"Too few role models."

Memorial Day.
A day to remember those that fought valiantly to defend this great country of ours.
So, in rememberance of the brave soldiers, we played Counterstrike.

We had a clan match against Eric's clan, who call themselves G/S.
They say it stands for "Goliath/Shiva."
We say it stands for "gay sauce."

We're not really a clan or anything, and we didn't even have an official name, so we just went with "TMNT." (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles!! best cartoon evar!)
Our team included me (Leonardo), Dooj (Donatello - "the smart one"), Paul (Slash - "the bad one"), Charles (Raphael - "the trash talking one"), Simon (Casey Jones - "the yelling one"), and Robert/Andrew (uhh I forgot what their name was... Shredder?? - "the filler ones").
Actually today was our second match, since we had already played them last Sunday. They got beat pretty bad that day, but they told us it would be different this time around 'cause it would be their "real team" and their "secret weapon" was going to play.


They got raped again.
Not as bad as last time, but still pretty bad. :-D
So we're 2-0.
We'll just retire now and go out as champs.

A jedi shall not know anger.
Nor hatred.
Nor love.

I saw Star Wars again.
It was actually better the second time. I told Adrian, and he agrees. I think it's because we had high expectations for the first viewing with all the hype going around. And for the second time, we knew what to expect, so it was just fun.
So after the second viewing I conclude that,

Yoda = still ownz j00.
Natalie Portman = ohhhh jessssss.
Anakin = whiny cry baby. I can't believe this fool is supposed to become the ultimate badass in a galaxy far, far away.
Obi-Wan Kenobi = funny guy. "You do not want to sell me deathsticks. You want to go home and rethink your life."
Jango Fett = nice dualies.

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