Comic Book Series

$18.00

Set in the near future a kick ass group of SuicideGirls take on a religious organization that is trying to convert everyone to live according to their doctrine alone. Features Pin-up drawings of actual SuicideGirls drawn by Cameron Stewart as well as a two page historic story written by Steve Niles and beautifully illustrated by Cameron Stewart.

sex talk

Talk about sex, relationships, love, and everything related. Please remember to be respectful.

sustainable living

A group for those involved with, practicing, or interested in sustainability, decreased environmental impact, homesteading (urban and otherwise), permaculture, eco villages, food co-ops, or green living.

Yesss!!! Thank you @rambo @missy & @lyxzen for this topic!! ♡

I used to have Playstation (1994), a Game Boy Advance (2001) and my neighbor had Nintendo 64 (1996). I still have my Xbox (2001) and now Xbox 360 (2005) while also holding my parents Wii (2006) captive.

You can never have too many favorites so I've sorted mine by gaming machine and this list
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breeanna:
@bayley I'm surprised to still have it and it's working! Wish I would have kept the playstation!
practicallyhere:
@Breanna I have a Playstation that I break out every once in a while just to play the game SKULLMONKEYS, which is the most unique, weirdest, funniest  (and most fun) games I've ever played.  So happy I kept it.  It's pretty rare and hard to find now.  I might make a separate thread about it.  Has anyone else heard about this game?

Blackheart Burlesque Portrait Tank

$25.00

Show your support for the Blackheart Burlesque in this jersey racerback tank. This tank top hugs your curves in all the right places! Pick one up in the shop, and you’ll be ready for the next time the Blackheart Burlesque comes to your town!

This blog post homework is right up my alley considering I'm a moooooooohooooooooosive gamer!

You know the drill of me tagging @lyxzen @rambo and @missy so here we go!

The question is "What were your favourite video games as a kid?"

WHALE DEN............ the question is where do I start ^.^

The first game that was in my life was this:

Tomb Raider: this game
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liya:
Yass! The original Tomb Raiders rock! 
fanyalmeida:
Omg, your blog caught my attention because of the tomb raider poster but the story surprised me, i thought i was the only one that watched my dad play tomb raider, i watched my dad play tomb raider 4 in our pc and i stayed in bed helping him as well and it was the best time of the day... tomb raider has the most special place in my heart as well because of this. Sorry to hear he passed =/ thanks for sharing this, our dads are great =)

SNES Memory Lane

Blog Post By sheika

As this is my first week as a Hopeful, I figured I should give the weekly blog homework a shot! Oh who am I kidding! I've been waiting to become a hopeful just so that I can actually DO the hopeful homework! @missy @rambo @lyxzen - it's time for a trip down SNES lane.

I'm a collector of all video game consoles. I...
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windupboy:
I need to get my hands on chrono trigger and secret of mana.  Haven't played those since I was a kid.  Played through Mario rpg recently.  That's a great one.  You really can't beat super Mario world.  That is a perfect game.  I play through it once a year probably.
sheika:
@jaybos27 It's never too late to play it!!! Go find a copy!

This weeks blog homework is a fun one. What were your favourite video games as a kid? Oh boy! Lol. There are so many. I used to love playing video games. Started with the original video game console, Nintendo. Played Duck Hunt, Super Mario Brothers

My mom used to hate the music to Super Mario brothers while she was pregnant with my sister. The theme
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cuervo92:
Crash bandicoot
dark_helmet:
Chips challenge fo sho
fragileserenity

"There is something feeble and a little contemptible about a man who cannot face the perils of life without the help of comfortable myths. Almost inevitably some part of him is aware that they are myths and that he believes them only because they are comforting. But he dare not ...

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lust_of_wolves:

My absolute favorite quote:

"No friend ever served me, and no enemy ever wronged me, whom I have not repaid in full. - Lucius Cornelius Sulla's epitaph.

trav3ll3r:

Not my favorite philosopher, but this quote most succinctly sums up my personal views on God.

“Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able? Then he is not omnipotent.
Is he able, but not willing? Then he is malevolent.
Is he both able and willing? Then whence cometh evil?
Is he neither able nor willing? Then why call him God?” - Epicurus.