TheBatWaffle

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  1. TheBatWaffle

    stats class need things

    Height: 4.42m Length: 16.16m Gender: Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II
  2. When the infection came, we were not prepared. Ki Adi Mundi, our long time General, our long time friend, became sick. We thought it was just a common cold, but he got worse. And worse. Eventually, the sickness took him. Days later, Master Mundi arrived to briefing. He was not the same man we used to know. Thus, the Mundi plague began. Soon, we would all be called pinhead.
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    Barris = Sith?

    This is clearly photoshop and any evidence of me losing a duel to a padawan is fake news.
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    Africa

    Seeing as how Whiplash just did a thread containing pictures from his time in Hawaii, I thought it appropriate to share some of my time in Africa as a means of showing him up (just kidding, man, I loved reading through yours and seeing all the pictures). Realistically, it just reminded me of a wonderful experience that I thought you all would love to see. This past summer, I spent a few months in Africa. Among the things I did there, I built a school for the local village I was staying in, in a country called Zanzibar. This is actually a very sensitive topic there, as the people of Zanzibar are technically part of the country Tanzania. However, the people of Zanzibar feel they should have independence and, as such, I will refer to them as a separate entity (it's a really interesting topic). If you'd like to hear about their thoughts on the subject, hit me up in TeamSpeak. After building that school, I spent some time in one of the largest cities in in Tanzania: Arusha. While there, I did some training and helped a local group build some chicken coups. I really did not enjoy this particular experience. If you've read my introduction that I made a while ago, you know that I was in a wheelchair for a few months. I have been working out hardcore and trying to recover from my injury ever since. While I was in Africa, I decided that I needed to prove I was no longer being held back, at least physically, by my injury. To do this, I made the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, the tallest mountain on the continent. The arduous trip took 5 days to complete. I would later find out that it's supposed to take around 8-10 days to do, but our guide decided we were all at the peak of human physical condition and took us through it in half the time. To give you an idea of what this meant, I'll put you in my shoes the day we actually made it to the summit of the mountain. To reach the base camp, it took us hiking 9 hours that day. When we reached the area to set up camp, we pitched our tents and quickly had a small dinner. After eating, we slept for two hours. When our two hours were up, our guides woke us, fed us breakfast, and we began our ascent. The climb to the top was one of the hardest things, both physically and mentally, I have ever had to endure. Running on two hours of sleep, I proceeded to climb for another 10 hours before we made it to the top. On the way up, two members of our group fainted from a lack of oxygen and had to go back down to the camp. Did you guys know that there are glaciers on top of Kilimanjaro? I wouldn't have if I had not made it, but I did. After the 10 hour climb to the top, we took a breakneck pace down a path of loose rock, dirt, and snow to get back to camp in 2 hours. That's right; a climb that took 10 hours to get to the top only took 2 hours to get to the bottom. The path we took down could not be traversed up the mountain, as it was entirely made of loose rock, dirt, and snow in an extremely steep angle, but could be slid down to get back to camp in two hours. In making it back to camp, we had a quick lunch (more breakfast, since it was only morning still) and then took another 7 hour hike down the mountain. That day, running on two hours of sleep, we hiked 19 hours in total, not counting the 9 hours it took to reach base camp the day before. I would say that I'm not limited by my injury anymore. Here are some of the pictures either I or my friends took during our time there. That last picture that's sideways is me at the very top of the mountain, the highest moment in both location and emotion of the trip. I also spent a month in Kodaik, Alaska, so if you guys wanna see any pictures of that, lemme know. If you have any questions about any of the pictures, hit ya boi up.
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    Thank you, everyone.

    I was having a good day today. We were all having good days today. We've had a few good bro sessions, Bear. Why'd you have to go and remind me of this?
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    If you have ever heard my boy smurf wheeze

    You know you got a good joke in when the kettle goes off.
  7. When I was in middle school, I knew a girl who called it fizz. As for me, I never called her again.
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    The Age Old Question

    Boy. Super Smash Bros. Melee can't be better when it is a Smash game.
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    Big Cities vs Small Towns

    I lived in a big city for the first 12 years of my life. After that, I have lived in several small towns. I much prefer the small towns. It's very pleasant and nice. Going to cities can be fun, but I would never want to live in one again. Very lovely to be in a small town where a lot of people know each other. Much more friendly.