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One of the many things I love about the Motorola Droid is the NESoid application. This app is an emulator for the Nintendo Entertainment System. What does this mean? It means I can play NES games such as Mario Bros. on my phone! Sure, that may not mean much to some but it means a ton to me. You don’t know how much I’ve missed playing those old school NES games. Even better, I can play it whenever and wherever since it’s on my phone.

My friend Jason and I both downloaded this app the same day and immediately set out on a search for games. One of the games he mentioned was The Adventures of Lolo. Now, I’m pretty sure I never played this when I was a little kid but it’s possible I may have, my memory’s fairly vague since I was so little. Anyway, it’s basically a puzzle game that involves strategy as you move Lolo around different levels trying to gain hearts and open doors so that Lolo can rescue the princess.

I’ve been playing this game off and on in between other games such as Bubble Bobble, Battletoads, and The Legend of Zelda when I’m bored or riding on the light rail. I’ve been determined to beat this game and win back the princess. I enjoy the pure satisfaction of winning and I wanted to win. So did I win? You bet.

The last stage on Level 10.


Entering the “Devil’s Room” to get the princess.


Reuniting with the princess.



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Awesome episode.


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As many of you may or may not know, I still watch cartoons and I love them. “Avatar: The Last Airbender” was one of my favorites on Nickelodeon that I began watching when it first came out in 2005. I thought it had a good overall plot to it and it had plenty of humor in it as well. Plus, I’m a kid at heart so cartoons win.

Needless to say, I’ve been waiting for the movie “The Last Airbender” to come out for a while now and I’m super excited to see it. So, M. Night Shyamalan, I hope it’s good.

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I want to be a Gundam pilot.

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There are things we never tell anyone. We want to but we can’t. So we write them down. Or we paint them. Or we sing about them. It’s our only option. To remember. To attempt to discover the truth. Sometimes we do it to stay alive. These things, they live inside of us. They are the secrets we stash in our pockets and the weapons we carry like guns across our backs. And in the end we have to decide for ourselves when these things are worth fighting for, and when it’s time to throw in the towel. Sometimes a person has to die in order to live. Deep down, I know you know this. You just can’t seem to do anything about it. I guess it’s a sad fact of life that some of us move on and some of us inevitably stay behind. Only in this case I’m not sure which one of us is doing which. You were right about one thing though. It’s not fate. It’s a choice. And who knows, maybe we’ll meet again someday, somewhere up above all the noise. Until then, when you think of me, try and remember the good stuff. Try and remember the love.

How to Kill A Rock Star

I am still in love with this excerpt and this book.

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