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Stitch_101

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  1. I've met Eva Longoria at a Spurs game, back when she was still married to Tony Parker... And I saw Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck In Charleston WV (where she grew up and her family lives) at the mall around Christmas time a few years ago.
  2. I've found that it can be very difficult to determine how ones parents will react. I know, when I told my parents, the response from each of them was not at all what I expected. Before telling my mom and step-dad, I was preparing myself for the worse. Both her and my step-dad are very devout mormons and tend to have very conservative views on issues like that. But when I told them, it seemed to be a non-issue. They were completely excepting and treat my partner like a member of the family. When I told my dad, I expected a similar response. He has an openly lesbian sister who is very close with. However, when I told him, he completely shut me out. I haven't spoken to him in almost 6 years. I think the best way to go at coming out too family is to first build a good support of close friends you can turn to if things don't go very well. They are never the best replacement for family, but can help with the copping. It's always good to hope for the best, but be sure to plan for the worst.
  3. I try to stay at a Starwood property hotel whenever possible. But for quick convenience, I gotta agree with Marriott
  4. Call me crazy, but I LOVE the Rocky Horror Picture Show. And anyone who likes a little horror and a lot of camp thrown in with their musical, you gotta check out Repo! The Genetic Opera. Like it or not (I loved it) it's certainly one you wont forget anytime soon.
  5. Ouch, I'm sorry... That must have been a real pain. My partner is a bit of a brand loyalist and refuses to use anyone else, and is also a Hertz Gold member, so that might be the reason we never run into issues with them haha.
  6. If you'll be getting a car, check out Hertz. My partner and I always go with them and to this day we have never had a single problem.
  7. While I can't account for the state of the flat rides at Camden Park today, I must say if the upkeep of the rides was anything like my last visit (about 5 years ago) I'm not exactly surprised by this news. I use to live about 45 minutes from Camden Park, and went a hand full of time to ride The Big Dipper and the awesomely-bad retro Haunted House (I love my dark rides). The condition of a lot of their flat rides, however, scared me a little to much to risk riding
  8. Hmmm... a tough one. I'd say my top 5 would have to be as follows: 1.Dudley Do-Right- IOA 2. Escape From Pompeii- BGW 3. Jurassic Park- IOA (Haven't been on Hollywoods, so I'm not sure of the differences) 4. Popeye and Bluto's- IOA 5. Splash Mountain- WDW Magic Kingdom
  9. Captain America: The First Avenger gets a solid B from me. It was a fun way to spend a lazy summer afternoon, but to me the action scenes felt a little uninspired. Didn't blow me away, but didn't completely disappoint either. Now bring on The Avengers!
  10. Awesome so far! Seems like a whole lot has changed since the last time I made it to SFNE...
  11. Ohhhh, I think this could be the perfect chance to branch out and make my first ever trek to Knott's! So Cal virgin here, don't judge! haha
  12. Having your Farrari stolen and crashed into your house. What's worse then missing your flight for the next TPR trip?
  13. The Giant Dipper at Belmont Park in San Diego... I must say, I was pleasantly surprised
  14. While they don't as much anymore, the first time I was forced onto a skycoaster, I thought I was going to have a heart attack... It was definitely the most frightened I've ever been riding anything.
  15. Though sadly it's been a few years since last riding, I'd have to go with SheiKra
  16. Ok, so I'm going MASSIVELY old school at the moment... I'm rocking out to Moonlight Sonata!
  17. Hey everyone, Leo here, though everyone calls me Stitch. And although I'm sure that nickname conjures images of a cute fluffy blue Disney alien, I've had that nickname long before he decided to rear his head and make me the butt of many a bad joke. That being said, I do have a bit of a soft spot for him I stumbled across TPR a few months ago while doing some reading on what the great state of California has to offer in terms of theme parks, having just relocated here to San Diego from the east coast. After reading just about every trip report I could find, I decided to take the plunge and join like minded theme park fans. I've been a huge theme park fan as long as I can remember, and have been to more parks then I can count, though they include all the US Disney parks, Universal Orlando and IOA, both Busch Garden parks, Cedar Point, Kings Island, and Canobie Lake to name a few. And that was my noob rant. I hope it wasn't too painful for you Hope to see you all around!
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