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  1. This is really amazing. Been a member of the community for a long while, though I've become pretty inactive on the forums over the past couple of years. I remember being, like thirteen, and drooling over the chance to go on one of your tours! This year probably won't be the year for me, but I'm so excited that you're opening these back up a little more. I hope the experience is a good one, and I hope to tag along with one of your tours maybe in 2019.
  2. I can't remember the last time I posted anywhere on TPR. Just went into lurk-mode for... what, eight years? Maybe more... 'Sup?
  3. Lets try to get a chain going - I'd love to see TPR help bolster some more Google+ popularity. As soon as I get my invite *ahem* Kyle *ahem* I'll offer a few invites to other TPR members. We all invite five, and those five invite five...
  4. So, I got really bored and decided to make an AMV of one of my newest guilty pleasures. Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt - yes... that's the name of the show. Also, be warned, there are... y'know, panties... and stuff. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BByLGlxyjWg
  5. I'm starting a fun lil' project. Eventually it will be open for anyone in the forum to participate - eventually... Twisty! So much track, so tightly wound - what could this mean? A micro-city?
  6. After a long and awkward semi-hiatus from the TPR forums, my new years resolution is to get back into the threads!
  7. Amateur musical tinkerer here. I've played piano since I was eight and I've never had any piano or music theory lessons, though I'm happily going into AP Music Theory at my high school next year. I love music and playing piano as a form of meditation, though I don't think I'll ever go into it as a career. Lately I've also been tinkering around with "tracking" on the DS with a few dorky little cheapo-chiptunes. Might one day make the investment to by some good equipment... Anywho, here are a few of my bits of music. (If anyone would like to comment/critique I'd love it!) The DS bits: Err This one's kinda cool because all of the drums and background noises were recorded from the DS mic, that and it has a tempo change, which is a total pain to do on the DS. TRYANDTRY I consider this to be my first real DS song. Has a kinda jazzy chord background. The keyboard bits: Confines I submitted this for a little arts competition at my high school and won first place for original composition. Improv 1 Just did this tonight. I try to just improvise and play on the piano like this for at least thirty minutes every day. The piano bits: Progress on Piano A rough draft that I really need to get back to and start refining. A friend wanted me to write something for his short story, so I pounded something out and uploaded it for him. Largely improvisation.
  8. ^ Noted, and working on another coaster as we speak. Also... would anyone mind checking out my slightly older RCT 3 coaster? Collider? **shameless bumb attempt**
  9. Whew, it's been a while since I finally fell back to good ol' TPR. Family drama, friend drama, and schoolwork pulled me away pretty abruptly, but I'm finally back baby! Since it's been such a long time, I've decided that I'm gonna come back into my usual groove slowly, starting off with the older games, and then I'll move back up to NL. Either way, I'm starting off with the misfit of all RCT 2 coasters. The groovy little side friction coaster never got as much respect as I think it deserved, so here's my first track in a good long while: Cedar Dipper. Comments greatly appreciated! An overview of the coaster with scenery and everything. The station building and queue building are connected this time around. The track itself has a canopy structure at the top of the lift hill, and two tunnels. One hiding a pretty speedy double down, and the other hiding a "surprise" dip towards the end of the track. The whole layout without scenery. The ride is full of double downs, and has a pretty dense structure. Cedar Dipper.TD6 The Track
  10. Geez, it's been almost one and a half years since I posted here, and about a full year since I even looked around at this sight, and it's been a dark time... Anywho, I really miss the quirky nature of the forums, so I figured I might as well come back here with a bang. So, without much more ado, here is Collider, an extended steel rollercoaster that can satisfy anyone's need for a good thrill ride. Though the fun part is that this entire project was finished within 4 days, a new record! Comments of any sort are GREATLY appreciated. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_s0OdCDxgo The final helix before the trim and brake run. Going up to the highest vertical point on the track. Nice artistic shot of the diving loop thingy, Launched lift hills are, in my opinion, AWESOMESAUCE! Our first happy group of people to leave the station. I got a little carried away and did some stupid amount of detail scenery inside the queue. Sadly, I can't get the friggin' camera to take a good shot of it! Gah! Here's an overview of the station front.
  11. Hah! This is a fun one from last year at a ballroom competition. I had just danced for about 30 minutes straight, and then I had to change into my third costume... So. Effing. Tired. Incidentally this is the face I get after riding Kingda-Ka. Pure stoned bliss.
  12. ^^ Wow... that's really tragic, but I can sympathize. My friend died of cancer a few months ago, as long as you have good friends I'm sure you can cope. On a lighter note... this is my first post on TPR in like... a year,
  13. Ok, so I've ordered my R4 and MicroSD card for my DSLite. (If this sounds like gibberish, stop reading and go to another topic) I quickly realized that I also needed a few more things... namely: The EZFlash 3in1 expansion Hori Screen Protectors Thumb/Finger stylus (set) Hopefully there are a few nerds out there who know a website where I can just order those three things all at once. In my current situation, I'd have to buy the Hori's and stylus set from GameYeeeah.com, and the EZFlash from another website. I really don't want to pay shipping costs (yeah I'm that cheap) and I've been looking for a website that has all of those things, for a reasonable price, and a guarantee on quality. If you can help, please do. If not, let this topic slowly disintegrate... it will eventually.
  14. Heh, I guess I should add a bit, and I've just found a code-of-conduct of sorts for the mass of people "coming out" to the public... mostly teens my age, because by the looks of it... we need help. You can either come out in one of two ways: A) Burst forth in a nuclear explosion of rainbows, tassels, brightly colored streamers and eurobeat rave music, or- B) Tell the people who ask, and the people who need to know... that's it. I've got a... friend (and I use the term very loosely... hate the little annoying bugger) in Provo, who decided to come out with method A, and had to run home and lock the door five minutes later after being chased by at least two mobs (exaggeration) . Of course the fact that he lives in ghettosville Utah (Not nearly as ghetto as any other state but still pretty frumpy), might contribute to his near mauling, It just proves that nobody likes it when you blow up at some random time in public, with rainbows and pink thongs bursting forth from your withering corpse. Pretty sure I'm going to regret posting this, but I really needed to be sarcastic with the U-Pass (state tests) lurking around.
  15. I'm laughing a bit at what I've read since my absence from this forum. Mostly about the drama... all about the drama. Anyway, I'll be the first to admit that I'm gay, and I'm not gonna hide the fact that when I came to terms with who I was, I wanted to flaunt it into everybody's face, I wanted to "come out" to everyone. But as of late I've been a lot more laid back about my sexuality. After all, I'm still young and honestly my sexuality has little, to no influence on my life yet. It's a little stupid to try and jump into boyfriend after boyfriend when you're in school. You're too young to know what real love is, and I know I am. It's just a bunch of hormones. With that in mind, I've made a resolve to stop flaunting my preferences. I don't tell anyone, unless they need, or want to know, or they just ask, and if the way I act gives it away, big friggin' deal. It's just me being me, not trying to draw attention on myself. Anywho, I just figured I'd say that. Though I would also admit that I'm probably a bit more shy about it because of where I live. Utah is very religion oriented. Not to the point of cult fundamentalists, but enough that some people frown upon being gay, and even more on 'dating' under 17. But is being keeping your own issues to yourself such a bad thing?
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