Yep, I got the last of the things I ordered today. I got a Black Ray Lancer figure because it's my favorite of Sharkuu's monsters. I expected it to come in pieces that I'd have to assemble, and it did. I thought 'this shouldn't be rocket science, right?' ...Wrong. The wing-things wouldn't stay in securely no matter how many times I attached them. Hell, I broke off the piece that the right wing-thing was supposed to connect to after trying just once to get it in there securely(and I wasn't
My tailbone is not doing so well because of all the springs. Or something. But it'll of course take a while.
On Christmas day in the year 1999, I received a gift that ended up making me happy for years. It was a GameBoy Color and three games to play on it: Pokémon Red, Pokémon Blue, and Pokémon Pinball. It was on Red that I finally figured out how to get my character to leave his room halfway into 2000 (until then, I didn't realize those were stairs on the top-right). And now, on September 5th of 2013, after nearly 14 years, the internal battery in my Red cartridge has finally died.
I'm practically inactive here anyway, though.
Anyway, I'm too ridiculously lazy to bother with some fifteen page mushy blog about how much I love you guys and everything, so I'll just say that you're all great people, and thanks for two years on this account.
I base this on all the comments I've seen about the new commercial claiming Sudowoodo and Orotto are related because they're both tree Pokemon and are together in a Horde Battle.
Some people still think, in the year 2013 of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, that Sudowoodo is a tree. Like, every single one of its foreign names points out the fact it's not a real tree. Usokkie, "liar tree". Simularbre, "simulate tree", Mogelbaum, "cheating tree", Kkojimo,