I've been soft resetting for a shiny Articuno for four weeks. FOUR. WEEKS.
I have a question for you guys: how long does it usually take you to soft reset for a shiny Pokemon? I've read comments saying they did this or they did that in about 3 days. I remind you that I've been doing it for FOUR WEEKS.
America. More specifically The United States of America. I feel like celebrating this country through song.
America. We're the best country in the whole god-damn world. Why? 'Cause I say so.
Don't question me or I'll blow your brains out with this pistol I got at K-mart.
Updated 14th November 2011 at 01:54 PM by Jack Pschitt
I have a sneaking suspision that I'm going to regret making this blog. No matter. Onward!
Anyway, a kinda nutty chain of events happened two nights ago, so I feel compelled to share it with those of you who weren't there to witness it happen. I would'vemade this blog sooner if stuff didn't come up. You know, heavy weapons guy stuff. So anyway (again), here it is:
Originally Posted by Jack Tschitt
I'M BACK, BITCHES!
[This is me being me. This is also the start of a series of strange events.]
It's Human_Umbreon here. Except I just thought I'd announce that I am no longer Human_Umbreon. That username just got too clunky or geeky for my tastes. So I've changed it to something that's even more tasteless:
You don't know me.
Really sorry about the inactivity lately. Stuff came up involving the computer. You know how it is. I might still get a couple problems in time, so be prepared (if you're actually concerned about my activity here). Hopefully it's all over with by now.
And to make sure this blog is actually about something, I've been thinking about changing my username. Human_Umbreon just seems a tad clunky to me now (but only a tad). The only thing that really stuck to me while brainstorming