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Off-Topic / Re: KIDS
« on: July 14, 2010, 07:55:35 pm »Message ID: 206811
I don't have any kids, so I can't say that this is coming from personal experience, but I do think kids are pretty cool. I guess when I have them, I'll probably think differently. I just find it so amazing how creative they are. They fear nothing, have imaginary friends, and can make the world whatever they want. Sometimes, I wish I could be a kid again.  :-

Off-Topic / Re: shopping
« on: July 14, 2010, 07:49:06 pm »Message ID: 206804
Basically, electronics. If I had to narrow that down, I'd have to say video games and DVDs. Narrowing down DVDs even further, I'd have to say I'm working on collecting all the seasons of the TV show, CSI. So far, I've 1-9. I've got to start saving for season 10 now!

Off-Topic / Re: What is your favorite computer game
« on: July 14, 2010, 07:40:03 pm »Message ID: 206796
Definitly the Sims. From the prehistoric first series, all the way to the current 3rd generation. I've been a total Sims addict from day one! I love the fact that you can make the game revolve around you, and what/who/where, etc. you want. The Sims 3 is so much more advanced than any other simulation game I have ever played. It's kinda scary in a way. Any expansion pack that comes out for the game I rush to get. I sit sometimes on the comp. for like 3 hours just playing the Sims 3. It's a game I could never get tired of!

Off-Topic / Re: What kind of games do you play?
« on: July 14, 2010, 07:35:15 pm »Message ID: 206791
TWO WORDS: VIDEO-----GAMES!!! While I do occassionally find myself playing a board game, such as Life: Spongebob Edition, I more or less spend 75% of my time utilizing my Wii, PS3, DS, and XBOX 360. Oh, and my PC. Can't forget about the good ol' PC. The type of game I play depends on the system I am playing it on. On the DS, I prefer puzzle/solving games. On the 360, I prefer shooter/action games. On the PS3, its all about the RPG! And as for my Wii, almost anything and everything, including Mario Kart Wii!

Off-Topic / Re: Hero or sidekick?
« on: July 14, 2010, 07:30:54 pm »Message ID: 206787
I guess I would have to say that I am a little bit of both. Sometimes, I like to take charge, push forward, help people, and be courageous like a hero. Other times, I tend to sit back, pretend I don't see anything, mind my business, and only offer help when asked, like a sidekick. I guess it depends on the situation too. But I would really like others to look at me more like a hero than a sidekick!!  ;D

Off-Topic / Re: What were you doing back in 1998?
« on: July 13, 2010, 06:49:01 pm »Message ID: 206226
1998.....hmmmm.....well I was about 12 years old, so I would be in sixth grade.....probably being the tom-boy I still am. Skate-boarding, video-gaming, hanging out with friends, and when I had the spare time, keeping my grades up in class. It's the year my grandfather passes away, so it sucked for a while. It's also the year I began to fall in love with John Travolta as an actor!

Off-Topic / Re: what's your motto in life?
« on: July 13, 2010, 06:45:09 pm »Message ID: 206225
Never regret anything......if you spend all your time regretting something from the past, you will never open your eyes wide enough to see into the future. As humans, we make mistakes, it's in our nature. Unfortunately, time travel does not exist, and there is no way to go back and follow the other path. So why cry about it? Let it go,take it for what it's worth, learn from your mistakes, get a little smarter, and move on. NEVER REGRET!!!  :star:

Off-Topic / Re: What college did you go to or plan on going to??
« on: July 13, 2010, 06:40:23 pm »Message ID: 206222
Well, being from New Jersey and all, I first attended Middlesex County College and earned my associate's degree in Liberal Arts-Political Science. I decided to go back to school about a year after graduating MCC, but this time pursuing a different path. I now attend Monmouth University and hopefully, in about another year or two, I will be graduating with a bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice with a Concentration in Forensics.  :)

Off-Topic / Re: whats your favorite tv show?
« on: July 12, 2010, 08:58:56 pm »Message ID: 205741
My favorite TV show is CSI. Not the spin-offs, like Miami or NY, but the original series, Las Vegas. I just got into the show about a year ago, when my parents accidentally bought me the wrong series for a Christmas present. I asked them for Miami, but they got the original instead. At first, I was like "I don't know if I'm going to like this one or not". Let's just say that I am the proud owner of Seasons 1-9 and am working my way into the current season, 10. I'd have to say, it was all William Petersen, aka "Dr. Gil Grissom". Not only is he extremely good-looking, but his character is awesome! Unfortunately, the series no longer has Gil Grissom, but for the nine years he was on it, it was amazing!

Off-Topic / Re: How often do you use the Public Library?
« on: July 12, 2010, 08:50:20 pm »Message ID: 205738
 I love using the public library. I try to go at least once a month or so, if not more often. I'm into Criminal Justice, so I am always looking for new and updated books on the topic. I remember growing up, we had the "decimal" system, with the actual files that you had to pull the card out of. It was such a pain in the butt, going alphabetically down that row of cards, trying to find something that peaked your interest. My favorite thing about the public library now-a-days is the computerized decimal system. In a matter of seconds, I am looking at all the books related to the topic of my choice! It saves so much time, which results in me being able to go more often, say, for example, right before I go to work.

Off-Topic / I hate being tired!
« on: July 12, 2010, 08:45:58 pm »Message ID: 205735
I hate how I always feel so tired! I mean, I get a decent amount of sleep every night (roughly about 7 hours or so), yet at the end of the day, when I come home from work, I feel completly drained! I feel like my day hasn't even started yet, and already I'm tired. I wish that I could either add more hours to the day, or just stop being tired. But unfortunately, that will never happen. Now don't go getting all medical on me......I know that my tiredness is NOT due to any type of medical condition, but just everyday fatigue. I'm just saying, wouldn't be awesome if humans didn't ever become tired? We would be able to just keep going about our business without ever having to stop because "we are tired". The only downside is that we would never be able to judge when sleep time is. Everybody needs's just the feeling of tiredness that sucks. If we didn't feel tired, how would we know when to go to bed? That might be a problem. But still, it's a pretty cool concept.  :star: :star:

Off-Topic / Re: how often do you see your parents?
« on: July 12, 2010, 08:02:38 am »Message ID: 205413
I see my parents usually at least once a week or so. It's usually on the weekends. I really wish I could see them more often, but because work schedules and what not, it's a bit difficult. They only live like 15 minutes away, so it's good to know that they are in close proximity. Actually, I'm going on vacation with them in a couple weeks, so I will be seeing them for like a week straight!  ;D

Off-Topic / Re: Why do people pass gas in don't say excuse me?
« on: July 11, 2010, 06:13:30 pm »Message ID: 205250
So today, I was in the mall, minding my own business, walking behind someone and BAM right in my face, there it was, someone's nasty butt gas lingering in my personal space. I quickly turned to my husband, and in a very serious tone said "Was it you?!" and he swore that it was not, but that he did notice it. So loud enough for the people in front of me to hear, I yelled out....."What is it with people farting in my face all the time?! Seriously, if you have to fart, go to the bathroom! Disgusting!" I'm hoping that they did hear me, and will realize the error of their way.  ;D

Off-Topic / Re: Newbie here...Hi!
« on: July 11, 2010, 06:08:10 pm »Message ID: 205247
 I am new here too! From what I see so far, this is a pretty cool site. It was a little confusing at first, but then I kinda just jumped right in it became easier. I'm sure you will enjoy the site....I know I do!  :thumbsup:

Off-Topic / Re: Weather
« on: July 10, 2010, 07:42:47 pm »Message ID: 204785
In New Jersey, it has been hot and humid! Today we were lucky to get some very brief rain showers, however, it didn't cool it down and only added to the problem of humidity. With temps steady in the 80-95 degree range I'd be happy with even a half day's worth of steady rain just to get some relief from the heat!  :BangHead:

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