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X-Ray Feb. 12th, 2009 @ 04:32 pm
Here's the beautiful job I did to my collar bone. It's not really hard to see what's wrong with the picture. :P

OUCH!!! Feb. 11th, 2009 @ 11:40 pm
So, yeah....I broke my collar bone. :( Pulling out of the parking lot tonight after having dinner with Nitro, the tires slid, then caught, causing me to do a high-side slamming my left shoulder and head on the pavement. I saw .....

FUCK!!!!!! FUCK!!!!! FUCK!!!!!!


John just called me telling me that my bike is not at the parking lot of the restaurant.....someone fucking stole it....FUCK!!!!!

That's then end of my post for now......i really need to collect myself here....
Current Mood: angryangry

New vehicle *** UPDATE *** Jan. 5th, 2009 @ 04:41 pm
*** UPDATE ***

Well, I just got back from window shopping all afternoon (first time I've actually been out looking at stuff). I've been reading all of your entries while I've been out and aboot. I agree that I don't need the navigation system, so I'm no longer looking for that. I've looked at pretty much all of the SUVs and none of them really excited me, but what I did find out after looking at vehicles in other classes, maybe going the wagon route might be better for me. They get from 1 1/2 to 2 times the mileage of an SUV, and can (it seems) hold more cargo.

Thank you all so much for all of your feedback and feel free to keep it coming! I need all the help I can get.

I should add that whatever I get needs to be able to pull a motorcycle trailer with two motorcycles on it too.

I need a new vehicle....HELP!!! Jan. 5th, 2009 @ 12:06 pm
As some of you may know, I have been having a hell of a time with my current vehicle, a Nissan Xterra, and NOONE can seem to figure out what the problem is. On top of that, I have been told that it needs a new gas tank. So, I think that it's time to get a new vehicle. I'm looking for something that will keep my monthly payments at $500 or lower and something that will be able to haul my hockey gear (including my goalie gear), SCUBA gear, and other miscellaneous gear. Good gas mileage would be a plus of course. Having a built-in navigation system and a bluetooth hands-free phone system would be great too.

So, with all of that in mind, I'm looking for your opinions on what would be the best vehicle for me.

Jack Dives Jul. 14th, 2008 @ 02:27 pm
I went diving this last weekend with nitropup, horny_oryx and tiedupuk at Dutch Springs. While we were there my evil alternate self the jackal (aka Jack) decided he wanted to dive too. He's also not camera shy at all, so here's a pic:

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» Moto Milestone - Trackday
A short time ago nitropup posted about reaching 10,000 miles on his sportbike and took a picture of the odometer ad proof. I was planning on doing the same thing when I reached my 10,000 mile milestone, but I was too busy with the bike to stop and take the picture, so instead I figured I would post a picture of what I was doing when I reached 10,000.

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» lolbikerz
I was just screwing around on the computer while watching a movie and used the The Cheezburger Factory to be slightly creative.

This is a picture from my friends aldebron, nitropup, and horny_oryx
» Murrrrr.....
I learned something this last weekend...I am SUCH a furry!

For those of you who didn't know, I went to Anthrocon over the weekend after some convincing from my friends nitropup, invncble and horny_oryx. We worked it out so that I would be staying in the same room as lurene and her other half. As usual with me being the attention whore that I am, I decided to change into my T-age leathers in the truck before i got to the hotel so that when I got there I could walk into the hotel as a biker pup with my ears on my Simpson helmet. Lots of people liked it a lot. YAY!!

I finally got to meet a lot of people that I've only so far met online. It's always good to be able to put faces and personalities to the names. I also met badwox who I've known about and have chatted with on and off for a while. We had lots of fun. ;-)

I had my first full-suit furry experience on Saturday night, and I was totally blown away...I really had no idea how much it would "change" me. But when I was finally in it and stood in front of the mirror, I had the same kind of giddy feeling that I had the first time I stood in front of the mirror after I finished my Master Chief armor. The smile on my face under the head must have looked ridiculous. It's impossible to explain what it's like to be in fur to someone who hasn't been in fur before, but if you have ANY animal in you, this is the ultimate experience.

Thank you to everyone for making my first FurCon experience a memorable one!
» Just when I thought I was in shape...
Well, I finally got all of my goalie gear (you all knew it was coming sooner or later). Tonight I tried it all on the ice for the first time, and MAN was it hard!!!

First of all, skating on flat blades is quite difficult when you're used to normal hockey skates, and with those leg pads on, there's no crossovers. After dulling my newly sharpened skates a bit and skating around, I was getting used to the skates and the gear more. After the drill instructor let me get my bearings, he changed the skater's drills over to something that would involve me. Being the ONLY goalie there tonight, ALL shots were on me. It was one hell of a workout. I was actually stopping most of the pucks as they came in (I've got the marks on my stick to prove it :-P ).

One of the drills that the instructor did was all for me. How nice of him, eh? He had four lines of players shoot at me from four evenly-spaced points on the ice covering the whole range of where the puck could come from from one side of the ice to the other, so I had to cover from post to post. For those of you who have been through hockey drills, it was like a goalie's version of a suicide from hell. I had to stop him after a while. I think he was going to go until I stopped him or until I just plain collapsed.

At some point (some of the night was a blur because of everything that was going on), the instructor decided to wind-up on a puck and send me a nice fast one right to the groin. There's nothing quite like seeing a hard rubber 6 ounce puck flying right towards you. :) You know that feeling you get when you get to the top of that first big hill on a roller coaster, well speed that up REALLY REALLY fast and you might have an idea of how that felt.

It was amazing how hot I got. I could feel the heat coming from under bu body armor, and at the end of the clinic when I did finally collapse, I couldn't see from all the steam coming off of me. This was one of those VERY few times where I was looking forward to getting out of my gear.

All in all, I had a great time. I think once all of my gear is broken in (most specifically my skates), and my muscles realize that they are going to be used, I think that this goalie thing could actually be for me. I still have MUCH to learn. It was if I was learning to skate all over again.

When I got back to the locker room and got everything off, I could barely stand up at all. I'm going to be feeling this later. Looks like I've found out how I'm going to lose my next 20 pounds.
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We did it! After 4 games of hockey in 26 hours, the Purple Panthers won the Chelsea Challenge '07 Championship.

Along with the hockey, I had a blast with all of my friends that were in town during the weekend as well as the new friends that I met.

The L.U.R.E. party on Friday night was fun, I went in my Rascal Pups football gear with a friend who was in the hockey tournament and got maybe 3-4 hours of sleep that night. I'm surprised I even lived through the 3 hockey games we had the next day.

Folsom Street East was just as hot as it's been in the last few years. Of course being who I am, I went in rubber and sweated A LOT.
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