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2007-12-31 13:15:09 Glad that you're "delurking," and thanks for your comments on my page. I thought your Soga's comment was interesting. The reviews have been so negative that I have completely avoided the place. But maybe I should give them a try! —CovertProfessor
2008-01-14 13:50:21 saying you have a "valid reason" for staying anonymous intrigues me. —ElleWeber
2008-01-15 05:13:54 Hey, have you heard Dr. Drew's new (as of late November 2007) daytime radio show? It is basically a grown up Loveline for adults, with politics and news mixed with medical and social discussion. Picture more married couples calling in and fewer teenagers... basically the caller's age and life situation shifted up a dozen years. (And I hope that your pseudonym isn't connected to your dislike, and is more just a quirky thing). —JabberWokky
2008-01-16 00:22:09 Still spend a chunk of my time working in legislative history, and I also have my own practice. —JaimeRaba
2008-01-16 19:18:39 Thrifty of you. DavisWiki appreciates your involvement :) I hope your situation clears up happily. —ElleWeber
2008-02-18 12:04:23 I'm going to UC Day 2008. —JaimeRaba
2008-02-19 22:42:55 Great taste in crepes (California w/ regular pesto!) I have curly hair too! —mj
2008-02-24 20:17:27 I'm actually going as a delegate for UC Riverside, but will be saying hi to UCD folks throughout the day so feel free to flag me down and say hi if you're so inclined. —JaimeRaba
2008-02-25 07:04:23 "One of these days, I'd like to reverse that and see what happens. Plant a chair on a head and see if the coach just says 'That chair is not a helmet, son!'" —JabberWokky
2008-03-20 23:41:45 Oh yeah, I've been hearing that a lot. While I've had my ups and downs with the course, at the end of the quarter I still think it was awesome. Yay BIS 103! —NumiaCairaguas
2008-03-24 00:40:07 Hi! :D Your profile is so unmistakably "you" See you around. ~Ayn —AynReyes
2008-03-24 00:41:49 p.s. I knew you were a loveline fan because of the "mahalo" in the log ;) —AynReyes
2008-03-29 19:22:33 Hi curlygrl, Yeah I was surprised to see so few negative comments on Zocalo. That place sux. Thanks for the backup!
Btw... Adam Carolla, Familly guy, and Billy Joel? All great. Diet Coke though? ew. :) —jefftolentino
2008-03-30 19:04:05 You have ADHD?
And have you ever read that book that was basically loveline transcripts spun as a book? —StevenDaubert
2008-03-30 19:50:52 Cracked was actually supposed to be titled utter hell, the publisher probably bullied Drew into giving it the broken egg motif. I had bought the book like 9 months before it came out. Heh
I was Diagnosed with ADHD @ age 4. I was on Ritalin till age 13 and Adderall ever since.
Not really a fan of striker, but Adam did a better job being bad cop. Haven't heard an AM Drew show but I'm sure it sounds interesting, and yes I know about the archives. —StevenDaubert
2008-03-30 20:15:33 btw, Drew does all that you mentioned, plus runs his own private practice (in addition to being the head of the chemical dependency unit), and has to raise triplets... —StevenDaubert
2008-03-31 01:07:37 Strattera is the non stimulant correct? Sure the Adderall works great, I'm taking the 30mg XR, and it seems to work. I used to have some Dexadrine for it's fast acting properties. All throughout medication, when it was Ritalin or Adderall I've never really been able to notice the effects but other people can. That picture is 5 years old, I have it so outdated for a reason. If you really want a recent one I'm sure I could find something. Did you have an IEP or go thru any special ed or was your diagnosis more recently? The catch with me is my mom is a school Psychologist so it's her job to look for these things and stuff like autism, etc. Thats why It got noticed at such a young age. Fascinating story I know -.- —StevenDaubert
2008-03-31 20:09:51 I've heard of welbutrin. Yeah the IEP really helped, insomuch as that it would be a ridiculous amount of text to explain why =/ Where did you get diagnosed? Did you get a referral cause you suspected that you had ADHD? It would seem that you didn't get much support / understanding at a younger age. Were you a troublemaker in class? I sure raised a fair amount of hell during my tenure with DJUSD. You have an AOL email.... Do you use AIM?
As far as your parents telling you to just focus... I'm going to ask my mom for some literature of a scientific natural that has been documented and peer reviewed, or for a good little speech on what makes ADD and ADHD different. —StevenDaubert
2008-04-01 13:08:53 You can be the NEXT defense attorney that he hooks up with. For sure. —AynReyes
2008-04-06 20:13:39 Yay ADHD people! Its not to not feel alone with it. I wonder if we should create a page for it on here... —SunjeetBaadkar
2008-04-07 17:05:09 I'd totally be down to help create a page dedicated for people as gifted as us. I know everyone deals with ADHD differently, and I was lucky to have the support of some really great people when I found out how bad things were 8 years ago. However, I'm sure there are those out there that have no idea what to do or can afford to do something about it. This would be a great project! —SunjeetBaadkar
2008-04-09 14:43:10 I think we might need to think about what the page will consist of before having a title. Or maybe what to link to. Or maybe just start with the title anyways and see what blossoms from that. But then we might end up on another topic instead and forget the whole ADHD page thing... —SunjeetBaadkar
2008-04-09 17:44:19 Ok, just created a new page called "ADHD" and, yes, I know its not inventive. But its a start. Btw, do you really have curly hair or is that something else? —SunjeetBaadkar
2008-04-09 20:12:27 I'm bummed that Adam was kicked off Dancing with the Stars, but I'm also a little relieved since that means I don't have to sit through the show anymore. Glad to see a fellow Ace Man fan. :) —EmmyMelton
2008-04-09 21:53:26 I love Adam Carolla. I wish I could find a guy with his personality. I'd marry him. Anyway, I'm also kind of relieved that he was booted off just so I don't have to tune in each week. I'm not crazy about DWTS, I only watched to support Adam. He did a good job and now we can all get our Monday and Tuesday nights back. I'm sure that Adam is relieved as well. Four weeks of that had to be exhausting. Unlike the other "celebrities", Adam has a full time gig. —CurlyGirl26
2008-04-09 22:31:19 Hey curly, whats your stance on left turns on red? —StevenDaubert
2008-04-11 00:07:30 you can't get over something you don't have! ADD/ADHD totally isn't recognized by the AMA (or peer reviewed psych journals) and it sure doesn't make you eligible for protection under the ADA —StevenDaubert
2008-04-11 00:10:41 lets just say that today is opposite day, or at least the last comment is —StevenDaubert
2008-04-11 00:14:22 11) Please, don't crap out any more kids. Society doesn't need any more criminals, drug addicts, abusers and people of that ilk.
but there can apparently never be enough strippers ^__~ —StevenDaubert
2008-04-11 17:11:33 Aaaaaaaaaa - daam! —JabberWokky
2008-04-12 01:31:24 Really, which one? —LizethCazares
2008-04-12 17:43:30 Hi - I'm a fan of Sophia's Thai bar (great blender drinks) and also Daubert's mom. Here's a good link to for books about adult ADD: http://www.addwarehouse.com/shopsite_sc/store/html/adults.html. Good luck with your studies. I will look for some articles on ADD in
my file cabinet at work. —Davisalum
2008-04-12 21:45:58 Thank you, Davisalum! I appreciate the info!! —CurlyGirl26
2008-04-12 21:56:51 Heh, I already have a couple of those books on that list. I didn't realize there was so much more literature out there. Of course, weeding through the viable ones is the tricky part. But since I work at a bookstore, thats not too much trouble for me. —SunjeetBaadkar
2008-04-14 16:34:09 Uh, I hope you realize I'm the publicist for The Avid Reader. Or am I an exception to your dislikes list? —SunjeetBaadkar
2008-04-15 19:14:02 I was going to say something about ADD but I forgot what it was. Sweet irony. —BradBenedict
Shouldn't that be "but I got distracted from what it was?" —SunjeetBaadkar
Well that is common among us ADD-ers. Welcome to my world. Happens all the time.
I guess it's kinda both. I thought of a bunch of stuff before I wrote it, which distracted me, then I forgot what it was. —BradBenedict
2008-04-17 17:47:36 Probably, I've written so many I forget what I actually wrote. Well, thanks for letting me interview you. —LizethCazares
2008-04-17 20:11:36 I think I forgot about getting back to you yesterday >_< my bad
random fact: I checked out every single WWII book in the holmes jr high library... at least twice. Wanna do up some wwII trivia?!
my favorite part is Q boats, but thats moar WWI —StevenDaubert
2008-04-18 18:39:12 We should have a booth at Picnic Day! —SunjeetBaadkar
2008-04-21 14:02:52 Sorry I've been scarce! I've just been very busy lately. Maybe in the summer I'll have more time to contribute. I'm still out here lurking, though. And thanks for the comment, it's nice to be missed. —CovertProfessor
2008-04-25 14:03:26 I think people name drop to associate themselves with a known institution or person so that way they feel known. Its not so much insecurity, but rather comfort. They want to be remembered, usually; they tend to want you to remember them. Its probably not something significant, but more of a passing feeling people have while they talk to you. I doubt the person remembered they name-dropped after the conversation was over. Then again, there are those odd people that plan name-dropping to a science (much like planning pick-up lines). —SunjeetBaadkar
2008-04-25 17:50:59 don't hurt yourself! —BradBenedict
2008-04-26 19:02:28 Well, the problem is that I still have to see my doctor down in Fresno once a year for another review. I was just hoping to find someone local. The doctor I used to see was through my insurance, so it was easy. But since having lost my insurance, I also lost her. —SunjeetBaadkar
2008-04-27 14:08:34 Why are we always online at the same time? —SunjeetBaadkar
2008-04-27 15:30:01 At least dating is fun. But when you work until 10pm almost everyday, its sorta hard to have a social life. —SunjeetBaadkar
2008-05-08 15:54:09 Another escapee from Woodland! Since you wish to remain anon. (which is cool imo) I'd try and figure out a commond thread event/person wise by saying "Hey remember that time (Event) happened in Woodland?!" but since nothing memorable HAS happened there, I suppose its better and more of a conversation / sleuthing starter to say "Hey, remember that time SOMETHING happened in Woodland?".
2008-05-10 16:37:18 You need to change it to [[Comments (How you say)]] for it to work... —SunjeetBaadkar
2008-05-10 17:06:57 Oh, no problem. Because of the WEF, business is quite slow. I've sadly fallen into that group of people that reads the Recent Changes *hangs head in shame*. —SunjeetBaadkar
2008-05-11 20:32:13 Ha! You must have came in when I was on my break... —SunjeetBaadkar
2008-05-14 01:00:54 wow, I was outside spinning fire just now, and like effing clockwork there is a low smoke detector battery in the upstairs unit... I nearly went crazy! —StevenDaubert
2008-05-15 16:01:46 For a minute there, I thought I was in some sort of parallel universe or something. I mean, there could be no other explanation for outstanding customer service coming from the Davis DMV... ;) —DavidGrundler
2008-05-16 18:06:14 Dos Coyotes doesn't serve Tex Mex cuisine, they serve Southwest cuisine. It is more "chuck wagon" derived... two different lineages of food that both use similar ingredients due to geographic availability. Southwest cuisine is harder to come by in California. Or, to put it in music terms, Dos Coyotes is John Denver, not Ranchero music... you'll never get to that damn accordion no matter how long you wait. Of course, people can easily like or dislike both. —JabberWokky
2008-05-17 22:40:50 How dare I? How DARE I? I... I say good day, sir. I SAY GOOD DAY!!! ;) —JabberWokky
2008-05-26 23:52:34 Hai
how was my dads book? —StevenDaubert
2008-05-27 00:09:35 Threads from the web of life —StevenDaubert
2008-05-30 18:51:29 Adderall is good, but I prefer Provigil. I have to import it from India though due to the price here in the good old USA. Modalert brand seems to work just fine, but requires somewhat high doses. Since you seem like a thoughtful person, what do you see as the underlying defect in ADHD? I am sure that you are aware that the true nature of ADD or ADHD remains elusive. About your Chinese food problem: can you narrow it down at all? I'm sure you have ruled out MSG contamination (also watch for sulfites, used extensively as preservatives in salad bars, dried fruit, almost all wine). Have you ever tried eating high quality Asian food, like P.F.Chang's (in Sacramento), or Pei Wei (Rocklin)? How about Thai food? My favorite is the tofu dishes at P.F.Chang's (Roseville or downtown Sac).
Could you let me know how you get Adderall from India? I would definitely be interested as I do not currently have insurance in Davis and have to keep spending a day or two traveling back home to see my family doctor every month. Also, does this apply to Ritalin (as I've found that it works better for me at 20mg doses)? —SunjeetBaadkar
Lolwut, contain yourself sunjeet. Jeff, they don't make generic provigil? Or pharmacys in the US just won't give it to you? As far as an "underlying defect" I would have to say it's the lack of signal jumping the synapse, hence why the amphetamine crowd helps with concentration and focus—StevenDaubert
Hey JeffersonKamau! In order: I haven't tried Provigil. I didn't even know it was used to treat ADHD. Hey, is it possible to get Adderall from India? Because, I could sure use some. Mmmmmmm. . . adderall. My sweet ambrosia.
As far as the underlying defect goes, I've read all of the same literature you guys have. We still don't know much about how the biology operates. Re: my Chinese food problem. Upscale Chinese is all I can eat. P.F. Chang's (and above) is about the only Chinese food that doesn't make me sick. When I crave Chinese, I usually go there. Or I'll roll by Hunan's and score some hot&sour soup. I like Chinese food, but I know that if I eat the Panda Express fare, I'll get sick, every single time. I try and avoid MSG even though it's almost impossible. I don't really know WHY Chinese food makes me sick, but it does. As for Thai food, that is no problem. I love it AND I can eat it. Good times.
I thought you were saying you get Provigil from India, cause it is absurdly expensive here. I looked into that, but couldn't find any pharmacies willing to sell it to me, even though I had a prescription. Any tips? BTW, StevenDaubert, they make generic provigil, but it doesn't seem to exist in the US. I think it's cause of patent reasons. —BradBenedict
2008-06-06 11:40:58 Any ideas on a Dawiso bbq gathering? —SunjeetBaadkar
2008-06-16 18:00:35 Thanks curly...I was just responding to the comment of someone else by deleting my name. I didn't want people to think I added myself to the notable King Hall alums! I hope to accomplish far more in my life to achieve notoriety! —ScottLay
2008-06-22 22:24:51 Howdy. I spent a couple of my endless summer hours today keeping shawn650 from being too obnoxious, by removing or editing pages he had defiled. For some reason, he took offense at this and so made the stalkers page in some sort of attempt to get back at me. You can see why I bothered if you look at the Davis Movers page. —JoePomidor
2008-07-12 10:38:25 Is it wrong that I don't feel like going to the Dawiso tomorrow? I'm just feel so lazy right now... —SunjeetBaadkar
2008-07-17 14:47:57 Don't worry about flaking. I did too. Is it bad that I'm trying to organize this thing and I don't even remember to show up? The weekend blew by in a flurry of school work, my full-time job, and going over the lease for my new house. Chaos was everywhere. Oh well...maybe next time... —SunjeetBaadkar
2008-07-17 22:05:21 I'm over in west davis. Over near the lake. In fact, immediately south of it...sadly though, not connected to it. But my new house is incredible. Marble countertops, hardwood flooring, patio'd backyard perfect for a garden and bbq party. I'm so excited. We have the keys but can't move in until the end of August. The wait is killing me! —SunjeetBaadkar
2008-07-22 23:00:04 20) needs a bill phrased like, as long as you can make the turn without the other driver having to think about slowing down you can do.
What is the WWII theatre that most interests you? —StevenDaubert
2008-08-01 18:51:13 You still alive? —BradBenedict
2008-08-04 11:44:55 ¬_¬
Guilty as charged, I was running around doing other things and by the time I finished it was around 18:00 —StevenDaubert
2008-08-04 12:33:38 indeed, whats cracking with DaWiSo? —StevenDaubert
2008-08-08 22:34:29 Do you get down with Seasoned fries with Jalap ranch at hotdogger? —StevenDaubert
2008-08-18 15:27:32 I like how LA deals with the left turn issue: you get a protected left turn for maybe ten seconds, then after that it's unprotected. That way at least a few cars get through every green and you have the opportunity to keep trying. —ElleWeber
2008-08-19 00:21:15 It was good to see you again. Thanks for the crepe; it was delicious. :) —WilliamLewis
2008-08-19 18:51:53 sshhh...that was just your imagination! :-) —IDoNotExist
2008-08-22 09:43:02 During the Olympics I said "I wanna ride the pony, Daddy!". At which point we made all the women in the room use little girl voices to say "More Jello Please!" and the alphabet. —JabberWokky
2008-08-22 11:05:12 And she started off as a tennis teacher... —JabberWokky
2008-08-22 11:11:19 How do you do your drops? Do you just say it or have it on an mp3 player or what? Loveline was awesome. —NickSchmalenberger
2008-08-22 12:12:00 minka!
But yeah, just because they have so much starch on the collar that they have to pretend they don't find it amusing, doesn't mean that deep down inside. —StevenDaubert
2008-08-24 15:14:24 I know he was a Sgt, he's a town character because I remember him coming to North Davis Elementary and doing drawings for the kids while in uniform, he's been around Davis for a while, and is a swell guy —StevenDaubert
2008-08-24 15:23:43 He would pop up when I was in like 3rd grade and he would roll into class and chat it up a bit about various DPD related things, and he does goofy characature type drawings. Plus I think he was the DARE officer for a good minute —StevenDaubert
2008-08-24 15:26:29 numba one? —StevenDaubert
2008-08-28 16:20:19 "and am old now"
oh please spare us..
yeah the guad food is oh so good but oh so heavy, I'm ordering a super giant right now
number one —StevenDaubert
2008-08-28 18:11:59 I like how you dodge me calling you out on your old now comment
j/k Yeah killed my 1/2, it was bomb for sure —StevenDaubert
2008-08-29 01:43:11 sorry! Hell hath —StevenDaubert
2008-08-29 10:57:45 Oh dear god, Minka is! What have I been sucked into?! —SunjeetBaadkar
2008-08-29 11:03:26 I feel like I should load Sunjeet into a catapult and fire him off into the distance where he can be raised by raccoons, away from your influence. —JabberWokky
2008-08-30 11:29:35 The serious book club does not have discussions on Minka, however, they are a real book club that always meets, nearly everyone has read the book, there is a coordinator that has discussion questions, etc. Also, I bring cookies! —SunjeetBaadkar
2008-08-30 21:23:52 Thank you for the great afternoon. I guess I owe you dinner? —WilliamLewis
2008-08-31 08:07:59 I'm glad you got to see him! I'm on the airport shuttle right now. Hopefully they will fly around the hurricane. I'll talk to you soon. :-) —IDoNotExist
2008-09-08 20:30:06 What is this if I make it crap? —StevenDaubert
2008-09-09 21:00:25 minka?
is that the one in the commons? South Davis for me is across 80, but there is taqueria Davis in the pizza guys aggie area
I'm a fan of playing it by ear —StevenDaubert
2008-09-10 17:59:49 ...
I will not be pulled into your crazy fetish! —SunjeetBaadkar
2008-09-11 23:07:08 Sounds like you literally read my mind... I have a further suggestion as well —StevenDaubert
2008-09-17 15:08:18 LOL...I actually remember hearing that "What's my dad doing in Israel?" one live. I could not refrain from falling to the floor in laughter when it happened and how they kept replaying her saying that over and over to prove that's what everyone heard. Good times! —SunjeetBaadkar
2008-09-29 20:38:08 You were there... in pictures, anyway. Somebody brought up a photo of you on an iPod touch or an iPhone. It would have been nice had you showed up — the conversation wound up getting pretty geeky, and Sarah noted that she and Jason's daughter were the only two women there. —JabberWokky
2008-09-30 07:44:01 You? —StevenDaubert
2008-09-30 12:22:28 Minka is indeed number one, I hope she enjoys her back problems... What is she FFF? —StevenDaubert
2008-09-30 13:13:38 Indeed, you are not the dwelling of the non-samurai cast in Japan... —IDoNotExist
2008-09-30 14:30:47 Shady, at least the prof knows whats really going on —StevenDaubert
2008-10-01 19:12:32 (re: ADHD) ...or take long walks and listen to classical music? —JabberWokky
2008-10-03 15:04:27 Who does number two work for? —SunjeetBaadkar
2008-10-04 14:24:26 Where's my bourbon? —SunjeetBaadkar
2008-10-16 05:29:12 Thank you, I enjoyed it also. Mahalo. —NickSchmalenberger
2008-10-20 18:52:18 Literally a millionare. —JabberWokky
2008-11-16 12:38:48 There was a strong consensus and nothing was gonna change. :-P —WilliamLewis
2008-11-18 23:03:45 It is my understanding that you are buttered toast. —IDoNotExist
2008-11-19 14:55:10 Just for the record tennis buddy...fantasy football rocks! HA! —jomama11
2008-11-22 20:20:56 In regard to you questions on the Students for Concealed Carry on Campus page: please see “Violence, Guns and Drugs: A Cross-Country Analysis”, Jeffery A. Miron, Department of Economics, Boston University. in which it states Countries with the strictest gun-control laws also tended to have the highest homicide rates.. Actually Oleg Volk has a pretty good website about the issue: http://www.a-human-right.com/. —JasonAller
"2008-11-24 20:56:03" In response to your comment >>I would also imagine that conceal carry would have a chilling effect on college campuses. So since people want to carry in case they need to defend themselves, then more people will think that they, too, need to carry to defend themselves in the event something should happen. Since no one knows who's armed, now we're just fueling paranoia. Is the guy sitting right there who's giving me the Stink Eye armed? Is he a sociopath or just some socially awkward kid? The few people who carry feel safe and the rest of us are now just uncomfortable going to school.<< I would point out the following:
1. There is a 1997 FBI study that concluded that the rate of concealed carry for adults in their 20s was around 0.5%. (“In The Line of Fire: Violence Against Law Enforcement,” U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation, National Institute of Justice, 1997). Not having done the math, I'm not sure how this would project to UC Davis' population, especially given that California is restrictive may-issue, not shall-issue.
2. Go to a right-to-carry state, go up to someone, and ask him or her when the last time he/she noticed another person carrying a concealed weapon was. Concealed carry means concealed carry. Concealed handguns would no more distract college students from learning than they currently distract moviegoers from enjoying movies or office workers from doing their jobs. —BrendanChan
2008-12-28 14:21:24 Hey, I have three things to say to you:
It looks like you wanted that numbered.
It's a pain in the ass when you add or remove things from a numbered list.
Wikimeisters noticed this awhile back, and if you just use "1" over and over (edit this entry and check out this list), it'll autonumber the items. —JabberWokky
2008-12-31 00:02:19 The classic mistake (which you're doing with the bullets right now) is not to put a space in front:
* This list
* is not
* a list
If you put a space in, then:
As I say, it's a pretty common mistake, and affects the autonumbering as well. —JabberWokky
2009-02-05 23:03:31 Using affect when you mean effect is also a common error. :-) —IDoNotExist
2009-02-05 23:05:38 This is not to say that you did, just that it is common. :-) —IDoNotExist
2009-02-15 11:51:18 Excellent post on William's page. Were you working within SADVC or WEAVE or was it before you came to the Davis area? Just curious. —ES
2009-02-19 12:53:28 Did you hear that Adams's radio show got canned? He's getting paid for the rest of the year but they're pulling it off I think tomorow. —ChrisThompson
2009-03-10 16:03:45 Yay, I'm back! —SunjeetBaadkar
2009-03-12 15:15:08 Oh, I have that new Dr. Drew book in the store now if you wanted to come in and take a look at it. —SunjeetBaadkar
2009-04-07 15:51:43 Glad you liked Thai Dynamite, too! Everyone seems to be enjoying it so far.
I'm curious why you put "my partner" in quotes... an inside joke? —CovertProfessor
2009-04-07 23:04:08 Clue, you say? Surely, no one knows who you really are... No one. At all. At all... at all... at ... —IDoNotExist
2009-05-04 02:39:38 Best of luck on finals!
Shouldn't you be studying instead of wiki procrastinating ^_~
while your at it you should make a comment archive! —StevenDaubert
2009-05-22 017:32:38 I like that Adam Corolla quote. —JesseUnger
2009-11-26 11:03:37 Psst. Are you really Users/CurlyGirl29? I think we may be on to your secret identity. Don't worry...I'll keep it a secret, and won't post it in a public place like a Wiki. :-) —IDoNotExist Yes, you are correct! I should update that.
2010-05-31 08:42:03 Glad to see you back, CurlyGirl! —CovertProfessor
2010-05-31 10:22:18 Hey, long time no see! Back in town, or just finally have some time for the wiki? —JabberWokky
2010-06-25 03:19:20 get to sleep —StevenDaubert
2010-07-25 04:07:22 Working on updating. And if someone wants to help me archive this S. . .Feel free. Daub: How say you? —AshleyHamidi