Donut: 2 Years on NG
WeirdAlthe3rd: Top 300 in B/P, 7,000 in Experience
Hacsev: 35,000 Medal Points
Auz: 63,000 B/P
Powerage: 7.77 Base VP
Tetimaru000: Sgt. First Class
mothballs: Level 26
sumidiotdude: Level 29
Fezz: 6,000 Posts
Pokemonpoeguygcn: 2 Years on NG
Valjylmyr: Level 13, 6,000 Posts
Domo: Top 4,000 in B/P
At 7/16/10 01:29 PM, NewgroundsNation wrote:
It took me almost 2 years to get 500 posts.
Hopefully it doesn't take you another 2 years to reach a milestone. :P We only really count every 1,000 for posts and special numbers such as 666, 1,111, 12,345, etc..
At 7/16/10 04:54 PM, darksoldier567 wrote:
well it is not much but i saved 600 flashes tho i have to get my blams up since i only have 49 blam points
400 more bud. :P Just like the guy above, every 1,000 for B/P as well as the special numbers.
At 7/16/10 08:45 PM, WilhelmTheVampire wrote:
My track team had a beast, and will have him again next year. As an 8th grader this guy managed a 4:44 1600m. Most of us think of him as some kind of legend, but that time got him 7th in the state meet. The guy who came in first got a 4:35, and according to his coach, he had leg problems at the time. Dunno whether to believe it but there are some insane runners out there.
I know the guy that won districts in our division in the 100 did it on a torn hamstring, running a time of 10.80. I'm sure if it wasn't torn he would have gone on to win states that year. I remember him limping faster than anyone I had ever seen in my life.
I'm sure I don't ant to hear what that "something bad" is, but it's good that you're recovering. Legs are pretty important.
Consisting of tearing over and over again.
At 7/17/10 08:43 AM, Bahamut wrote:
But for Britain, it's extra corruption thanks to the Conservatives taking over. Only a few months since they got back in power and already they're making life hell for the lesser people in this country.
Maybe it's just me, but I'm still failing to see where this is extra compared to other places. You would have never gotten a job at a school in America unless you were related to someone on the staff, good friends with someone on the staff, friends with the mayor of the town, or willing to pay the interviewer around 5,000 dollars. Corruption is what makes the world go round nowadays.
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