hey its 2018 and im still here im not sure if ive been here during 2018 yet but here i am here in 2018 on sals right here right now
im an disgrace to my family so whats up with u guys ???
i broke up with my gf of 200 months and now im bangin a toital hottie
EDIT: WTF THIS NEW BLOG LAYOUT MY COOL LIST OF COOL PEOPLE IS GONE???????????? I WORKED SO HARD
I was introduced to Runescape around 2007 and played (as a paid member) to help relieve the boredom of looking after my late mother, and as 'Chief Sefton', I fought my way up to a fairly high level.
By about 2010 I was Here
Then somehow, I am not sure what happened, I lost the lot. There was some confusion during the RS3 change over I think but I am not sure. Needless to say, I was not happy about it.
I rejoined last month, again as a paid member, and gradually fighting my way back. as Sir Molyfar.
As of 06/02/18, I was here.
Boxes and containers are chest storages. These are often used to store unwanted clutters. Textured and designed boxes nowadays are pretty boxes and they mostly serve as office supplies containers, newspaper and magazine holders, toys containers, knick-knacks and many more. Plastic boxes, containers and baskets are mostly used as clothes hampers.
Fabric storage screens
Fabric storage screens can use to hide portion of an an Menomonee Falls area http://menomoneefalls.net/ for storage use. A free standing fabric screen is stable and lightweight. These are easy to move and they can be positioned easily. They are more decorative items because of their fabric designs and colors. They are more functional, stylish and can be used in many ways. A fabric screen can make a room under a sink.
Examples of space savers are family cabinet with bookshelves, entertainment center, computer desk with shelves, cining room display shelves, closet pantry, spice organizer, headboard storages, vanity with shelves, magazine racks, garden tool rack, portable garden tool cart, trash can bin, bedroom closets and many more.
Use extra spaces for storages. Imagine under your bed as storage? Yes, the space under the bed can be a storage for unused bedsheets or pillowcases placed in containers. The spaces under the sofas, on window seats, overdoors and behind doors, staircases, in corners, cellars and attics can be space storages for small items. If the space is real small or if you desire a bigger space, the use of pull-out tables and beds or futon beds are practical ideas for making more spaces. Lots of extra spaces can be provided in the home, you just keep in mind that there are open possibilities in decorating the house to make more storages.
I have often heard it said that science fiction (sci-fi) is irrelevant and that fans and writers are ‘weird’, or 'sad people in anoraks'. Whilst I agree, that there are some very strange people involved with sci-fi, I would argue that you will always get ‘odd-balls’ in any walk of life, and I do not agree that it is irrelevant.
First of all, I would like to point out that, many people confuse science fiction with science fantasy. Admittedly there is a very fine line between the two, which is not easy to define, and that is why you will see both kinds of literature occupying the same shelf at a bookshop or library. Fantasy, in general terms, can be described as "fiction which is not realistic; fiction which could not have taken place in our world as it is in the present, as we know it to have been in the past, or as we might reasonably suppose it to be in the future" (Realms of Fantasy, by M Edward's & R Holdstock). However, pure science fiction has a fairly clear origin and historical development and can be defined as speculative fiction. Although they have a shared ancestry, human imagination, sci-fi could also be defined as the antithesis to science fantasy.
I think that science fiction is thoroughly enjoyable, and yes, some of it is very tongue in cheek, but I do feel that it has a serious side, in that it gets us thinking. More importantly, it encourages us to speculate as to where our future might lie, and it gives us the impetus to do something about it. I see sci-fi as an idea or vision of humanity developing, both as individuals and as a race.
I also believe that there is a two-way trade between science fiction and science fact. Sci-fi is able to introduce ideas to scientists who may include them in their theories. The sci-fi writers then incorporate these theories into their stories. In this way, today's science fiction can become tomorrow's science fact, and science is often stranger than fiction. You only have to look at mobile phones, i-pads and communication satellites, to name but a few, because science fiction writers were writing about these long before they were invented.
To quote from Compton’s Interactive Encyclopaedia (Space Exploration & Science Fiction) - "In a sense, the history of space exploration began when early humans first looked upward and wondered at what they saw in the sky, and wonder, as always, prompted a quest for knowledge. The study of astronomy mingled with, astrology and religion was a feature of every civilization of which there is a record. With space exploration, along with new and powerful telescopes, it is now possible for humanity to look to the heavens and speculate on other possible worlds and different civilizations. As a realistic picture of the solar system and the universe is evolving, humanities urge to travel beyond its planet is becoming stronger. That urge often finds that expression in literature."
In conclusion, what I will say to those who criticise science fiction is this; at least science fiction fans and writers have the imagination to "explore strange new worlds, to seek out new civilizations, and to boldly go where no one has gone before!" ( Star Trek ).
The name is taken from my Surname and Home Town.
I am an amateur genealogist and photographer.
I also have an interest in Heraldry, in relation to my family history activities. The coat of arms (see my avatar) is a cross moline OR (representing my surname) on a Shield AZURE. The red rose represents the UK county of my birth and also the UK county my ancestors came from. The fern OR represents my home town. The crossed swords are in honour of the fact that I live in an area, of the UK, where the British Military has a strong presence.
My Family Motto: "To Conquer is to Live Enough"
My other activities are mainly community-based and I am also a very keen science fiction fan.
The reason I took up Runescape, is to help me 'escape' the humdrum and boredom of being a full time carer.
As a total noob, straight off the Taverly dock from Ashdale, you can start making money right away.
Get your butt to the GE ASAP and chop the 16 trees located in it. Do this twice to fill your invo. Sell the logs and buy feathers. Continue cutting trees.
Now fletch those logs into arrow shaft. 15 shafts per log. Attach the feathers.
As of the date of this post, headless arrows are selling for 64 gp each.
Your only cost is the feathers, which are cheap.
15,625 headless arrows can be sold for over a million in the GE. That can be done in a day. Not to mention the woodcutting and fletching XP you will be receiving.
As you guys know, I'm frequenting this place and the game from time to time. It's more economically efficient for me to buy membership on break so I'll see you in December/January in-game.
Other than that, you may know I'm in a band. So we've recently released a new single called "October Skyline". It was written about 4 years ago before I even joined and I never heard our singer play it again until 2015. It was my favorite thing he's written. Anyway, we actually decided to use it and make a full-band version for our next album. If you'd like to check it out, send us a like on YouTube, share, subscribe, whatever, or just listen, I'd really appreciate it.
Thanks a lot, dudes and ladies. See you in December for some hangs. Let's skill or something.
Doraku was chopping the Seers oaks, when he suddenly noticed that there were pumpkins at the base of the trees. On the trees, Skeletons and skulls were hanging from the branches. "It must be Halloween" Doraku thought.
One day, Doraku was walking through the Seers village forest, when he spied a dancing box. It frightened him at first, he approached it with caution. When he got near enough to it, he realized he could put his sword back. It was a circus vendor box.
One day Doraku was at the GE, when he suddenly needed a log of wood. He approached the tree in the NE corner of the GE. But to his surprise, the tree was alive and it spoke to him!
"You cannot cut me down" it said. "I am a spirit tree. I can transport you somewhere if you like."
Doraku climbed high upon a mountain top where the cold wind blows the snow. There, he spied a woman. He approached her and exclaimed, "You are my density!" She did not understand him, and Doraku turned away sad. It was a lonley trek back down the mountain.