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  1. ^ Thanks for the update (mental note)!
  2. Hometown: Huntington Beach, CA below are the nearest major cities worth looking at within a 45 min drive radius (w/o LA traffic, hehe)
  3. I am an architectural designer at an arch. firm in downtown LA www.graftlab.com in addition, i work part time at two bars, Tin Lizzie Saloon and Detroit Bar both in Costa Mesa, CA.
  4. my outlook, and plan on bf's/gf's ... if your under 21, don't make love in relationships a priority. you have greater challeges and opportunities waiting for you, ie. school, personal identity, independent goals. if your in your mid- 20's, explore and DATE! doesn't have to be a long term commitment. this is your opportunity to explore your like's and dislike's in a person. sure there will be hurt and challenges along the way, but it's part of growing up and gaining confidence when the right person comes along. try not to spend your early and prime adult life on finding happiness in someone else. cliche as it may sound, find happiness on YOUR OWN doings/accomplishments in life. with that said. im 25, in huntington beach, aries, gay, enjoy sports and outdoors, LOVE rollercoasters and themeparks =p, looking for similar interests but not required. pref around my age. msg me if interested =P haha.
  5. ^ ahh i miss tahoe. i never gone during the summer. random** i need to get off myspace.
  6. for regular (87), it's $4.29 in huntington beach.
  7. thanks for the review. brought back amazing memories when I used to work there (2000-2001 ops sup/HR, if ur curious). i enjoyed the landscape pictures the most. looking at them, ive realized i feel as though I overlooked and somewhat taken for granted the parks' beauty.
  8. June '08. my roommates bday. for being drunk, not bad. =P
  9. I agree with some of the ppls list here, but here's my pick. Best Steel: Top Gun (PGA) pulls nice lat/ver g-forces. Best Wood: GhostRider (KBF) the momentum is constant and swift at various points I would consider my worst list, not a worst at all, but rather, disappointments. Steel: Vortex (PGA) for a compact lay-out -stand up, all it offered me was a nice intense lateral dip before the corkscrew at the end. Wood: Psyclone (SFMM) momentum of the ride was like pressing pause and play. the ride 'played' on every drop, however, every climb/crest the train made was slow enough to 'pause' my excitement.
  10. all the pics are great. esp the eye candy's. ha =X im definately keeping spain in mind on my next trip.
  11. i actually need gas tomorrow, if i get too lazy to fill up today.
  12. i enjoyed the ride. i like the effects of the S turns on the ride backwards. good call
  13. really? mach3? not very appealing. but of course thats corporate. when i think of mach3 i think of the gillette razor blades. i say they should do a re-naming contest.
  14. today i think i spent 7.22 : 2 - full throttle's 1 - gatorade 1 - yogourt 1 - orange 1 - cliff bar
  15. i was referencing rush hours durring the morning hours going to work and during the traffic hours getting off work. i used to take bart everday (fremont - SF) to go to school and work, and during those hourse A LOT of ppl use bart. there would be no where to sit and ppl crowded, standing in the isles. there were days when train traffic interrupted the whole line and there would be lines crowded in the many stations. so its safe to say, a LARGE margin of the Bay uses Bart during the real rush hours. with the early affects of the freeway collapse, my friends informed me of how bad morning rush hour was. as far as the new bay bridge and bart utilizing the path should be just a wild rumor. financially it is way too much money to install tracks on the new bridge and find a way to get tracks on the other half of the sf side of the bay bridge. space is of course a factor, and no real room for 2 tracks. on top of that, Bart is trying to get funding into retrofitting most of its lines and existing tracks, including the tunnel while saving millions of dollars into extending their lines to san jose, and the lines in the contra costa area. they wont put the tunnel to waste. although scary at times if there's an earthquake, i just close my eyes and wait the 5 mins of screaching rails till it hits the embarcadero station. =]
  16. What do you think? and will you participate? there's a lot of debate wether this will have an affect or not by left and right wing parties. if you havent read or heard about it, here's a copy: NO GAS...On May 15th 2007 Don't pump gas on May 15th!!!!!!!!!!!!! MARK IT IN YOUR DAY PLANNER, ON YOUR CALENDAR, IN YOUR CELL PHONE, ON YOUR LAPTOP or WHEREVER YOU CAN AND WILL BE REMINDED!!!!! ...in April 1997, there was a "gas out" conducted nationwide in protest of gas prices. Gasoline prices dropped 30 cents a gallon overnight. On May 15th 2007, all internet users are to not go to a gas station in protest of high gas prices. Gas is now over $3.00 a gallon in most places. There are 73,000,000+ American members currently on the internet network, and the average car takes about 30 to 50 dollars to fill up. If all users did not go to the pump on the 15th, it would take $2,292,000, 000.00 (that's almost 3 BILLION) out of the oil companies pockets for just one day, so please do not go to the gas station on May 15th and lets try to put a dent in the Middle Eastern oil industry for at least one day.
  17. i miss BART (i moved to socal from the bay). but now im sure its hell during rush hours.
  18. if your in college dont be a super senior! ucla owns
  19. looks like fun.. even on a windy day. count me in! p.s. just make sure that harness is reliable. >=D
  20. It was pretty much boring this year. I didnt want the AL to lose, but i was almost certain they would've. Thanks to the help from Young they were saved.
  21. ^PUAHAHA i'll admit thats how it looks like nowadays on the field this year.
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