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aka Kara

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September 11, 2013
  • I live in Trotwood, OH
  • I was born on May 15
  • I am Female





Clean Talk Page - Ruined!

Ha, S.F.W. would definitely be a strong contender. I forgot about that part from Men in Tights, but it cracked me up remembering it. And yeah, I had a feeling the Eskimo blood would likely bring more problems than it fixed, but that's what the public school system gives us these days. I knew I should've taken that Blood Doping 101 course in college. I think the professor's last name was Armstrong or something like that.

Have you written any new stories during my absence? I really need to get something new going.

Jay Ten (talk) 00:46, April 10, 2016 (UTC)

American Graffiti

Yeah, I'm feeling quite a bit better :) My neck just throws itself out for no reason at all anymore which usually results in a headache. Yes, you understand! You know, that was kind of the problem with the Dark Knight trilogy, "I'm Batman and I'm going to beat the evil out of you."

Yep, you can't see one of the legs because it is behind the alien (I don't even know if leg is an appropriate term since they are all one connected mass, lol). One thing that you can't see about the blue alien is that the back of its head is flat and has little tendrils that I made with my fingers and pushed inward. Thank you :D

I bought myself this bad girl today: She's a really top of the line model. My only wishes are that she came with Windows 7 64bit and 16 GB's of Ram instead of the 8 GB's. She should last me for a very long time as she's up to date. I ended up spending $1,204 by the time all was said and done; will be worth it when she gets here in 11 days and I go on a buying spree for all the games I missed out on XD Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 02:47, April 10, 2016 (UTC)

Oh, I got some work done on Ikari tonight and thought I'd ask you for some feedback: What do you think about it so far? I'm trying to never describe her sword, Phoenix, as a sword, but rather as a bird. Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 06:35, April 10, 2016 (UTC)

Maybe I ought to started drinking a glass of milk every day in the hope of building stronger bones, but that would really mess with my water diet (drink a glass of caffeinated pop and nothing but water a day).
Lol. It's the least I could do. Thank you for all the feedback that you have left for me :D
I had accidentally listed it as private instead of unlisted. Well, Ikari could have been considering it cut off with her floating down stream XD Yeah, I was wanting to highlight that the sword is special to her. One thing of note is that the story doesn't take place on Earth, but rather a place really similar (the first line hints at it). It should be view-able now: Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 02:01, April 11, 2016 (UTC)
I finished coloring my drawing of Ikari. Sorry about the quality, it's the webcam again. I took shots of the top half and lower half so that the quality would be higher. I'm going to see about using a scanner for it in the future. It's probably hard to see, but her coat has yellow accents, patches and cufflinks on it. I'm not sure yet, but I'm toying with the idea of sending her to the thirteen colonies (alternate universe pre-United States) which would match her coat's colors. Hey, maybe her coat came from there?
Ikari shot 1
Ikari shot 2
You might not have got the opportunity to read the message above this, so I tried to put it on the same line. Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 20:36, April 11, 2016 (UTC)
I dislike water for the most part, but it tastes a lot better to me than it used to. What's your favorite milk, juice, and soda? My favorite milk is chocolate, my favorite juice is orange juice (preferably without pulp), and my favorite pop is Mountain Dew Code Red.
I'm glad to hear that you liked the story and the drawing. There was this one guy whose name I can't remember, but he went through utter hell and survived. I remember reading about how he placed his leg on a maggot-infested log so they'd clean the rotten skin off. The whole story is going to revolve around Ikari trying to track down and retrieve her stolen sword. I think that everyone she kills won't be killed by a sword, though I might troll and make it look like they are going to and then have something else happen XD Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 01:16, April 12, 2016 (UTC)
I love Strawberry milk too! I haven't had either of those other kinds, but I find regular milk okay as long as I don't have to drink it all in a single sitting. Yes, that's the good stuff. I don't like pulp though, whenever I get some with pulp I drink through my teeth to filter it out. All juice is really good with the exception of tomato. Oh, Root Beer (when done right) and cream soda is real good too.
He was early American, maybe back when it was still just the thirteen colonies. I don't remember what happened to him exactly, but his group left him behind when they thought he wouldn't survive. He then got mauled by a bear, crawled for 100's of miles, and eventually found Native Americans who helped him back to health (I might be accidentally making that last part up and they had actually been what attacked him in the first place. I can't remember for certain). He ended up hunting down his former party members and was going to kill them, but then decided that they weren't worth it (and let's face it; they sort of had it coming). I really wish I could remember where I read about him or at least remember his name; one of the toughest guys of all time. Thanks, I hope so. Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 03:17, April 13, 2016 (UTC)
That's gross. I used to stock Clamato on the shelves at walmart, yick. I don't mind the taste of pulp, so much as it is the texture that bothers me. I don't like drinking and having something solid slithering down my throat.
I have not seen The Revenant yet, but I've only heard good things about it. But, I guess it was real XD
I think that's the one that I saw part of last Christmas. The cast was all different and Ralphie was a teenager. It is funny that hardly anyone knows considering how ingrained in pop culture A Christmas Story is. Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 03:45, April 14, 2016 (UTC)
I've never had tofu, but hope to some day. Well, as long as it isn't hard for me to swallow. That's always awful, part of the not being able to breathe fear.
'Christmas in July Story'? XD I'm not proud to admit it, but my first instinct was also "Baaa?" In my defense, I call animals whatever their term is and don't bother with the gender specific terms. I miss 'The Weakest Link' that was a fun show. I also miss '1 vs. 100' and 'Win Ben Stein's Money'. Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 04:58, April 15, 2016 (UTC)
It'll probably be awful, because the only way to have it in my area would be for me to make it myself DX You understand completely! Sure, I think I may have heard the term before a looong time ago, but I'm not sure. I always liked it when multiple members of the Mob missed questions that anyone ever should be able to answer. Heh, yeah I've heard it. Lol, Bob Saget willing to die for our entertainment. I used to love America's Funniest Videos, but after her stopped hosting I just didn't find it funny. Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 06:34, April 16, 2016 (UTC)
Thanks! I'll give it a thorough look tomorrow as it is late, 2AM, here. I bet the communication section is going to be really cool, people were really creative when it came to communicating over long distances. Ah, so they trained Batmen? That saving lives bit is a lot neater than it initially sounds compared to assassination when you think about it. They would have had to infiltrate and then exfiltrate with whomever they rescued unseen, really cool.
That's how I felt in regards to the Hannibal tv series. I didn't even know it existed until it was cancelled after two seasons due to low viewings (it's really good, I hear). I'm honestly surprised that AFV is still relevant since the internet became a thing for most american households. Those big television companies definitely make weird decisions when it comes to priorities. Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 07:10, April 17, 2016 (UTC)

I looked over it a bit today. It was a bit shorter on some sections of information then I expected, but that information must have been hard to come by considering that stuff happened hundreds of years ago XD All that I read over was really captivating. I understand them using strawhats in anime now! There might actually have been a Korean Batman, but I don't know. Before DC relaunched the comics with the New 52 there was a series called Batman INC that didn't get to finish. In it Bruce Wayne announced to the world that he had financial ties to Batman and started funding a worldwide Batman program. It was an interesting concept.

I used to hate it when that would happen. I hardly watch TV anymore, but when there's something new I want to watch I usually turn to the internet instead of tuning into a station for their broadcast. I really like being able to watch things on my own schedule and not having to worry about the networks screwing things up. I'm so grateful for the internet :D Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 02:26, April 18, 2016 (UTC)

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There's actually a blog dedicated to reviewing every single episode of Full House and the founder of the blog, Billy Superstar, is currently reviewing every single episode of Fuller House which I think is a sequel to the original series. It's quite a funny blog and I recommend giving it a read. Here's a link to the blog:

Since he reviewed every Full House episode ever, here's the links to his review on the Disneyworld episode:

Part 1:

Part 2:

Thanks for filling me in on Dementia. I didn't know that much about it so I was a little confused. Now I have a better understanding of the situation. THANKS RAIDRA!

I was talking with Doom about another idea for a pasta. Getting separated from your group is a terrifying experience especially in a place like Disney World. How about I write a Creepypasta about a little girl who gets separated from her father and brother at Disney World and throughout the story, she is trying to find them. Along the way, she encounters people in mascot suits who are trying to grab her (which the girl interprets as kidnapping but in reality they're trying to help reunite her with her group), gets bumped around like a pinball amongst the crowds, and all sorts of other misadventures. I think getting lost somewhere is a very realistic fear because it can happen very easily whether because someone gets distracted and wanders off, gets lost in big crowds, or forgets where everyone is.

I started developing the idea and I've been researching the Disney parks about their lost child protocols and I think I have a good understanding about how they work. Doom recently suggested that I make up a Disney park but I kind of want to keep it as real as possible. Though, I will keep the suggestion in mind.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 16:29, April 10, 2016 (UTC)

RE: paper weapons

Wow! That's amazing. Just the mammoth list itself is impressive. I don't think I've ever seen such a comprehensive list of weapons. It could actually be a great resource for writers. If I ever write a martial arts or Anime inspired story I will definitely return to your blog for weapons Intel. My ten-year-old son is a Naruto fanatic and he got a real kick out of it, too. Thanks so much for sharing. :) HumboldtLycanthrope (talk) 01:01, April 12, 2016 (UTC)

National Paper Shortage Now Explained

Wow... that is a lot of blog... and a lot of paper. I'm actually unfamiliar with paper weapons, but it appears I've been given a comprehensive list of every piece ever imagined. It's definitely interesting. I'll be giving them a look over as I can. I admire your commitment. Very impressive. Thanks for sharing.

Oh, and yeah, I think "The Smiling Man" is pretty great. It's not a masterpiece or anything, but it is so simple and yet it works so well. I think it's a great example of how less can be more if done properly. I actually had a rather minimalist story on the site a while back. It wasn't the same type of minimalism as TSM, but I was also hoping to show how it's possible to do more with less. Maybe I'll bring it back up sometime or send you a pastebin link to see what you think (just in case you already read it, it was called "The Brown Spot"). Even though I don't really care for the story itself, I do feel like it was a decent example.

Jay Ten (talk) 01:43, April 12, 2016 (UTC)

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For this Disney pasta, I had to do a lot of research on Disney World parks, especially about how the cast members handle situations where a child is lost. Here are a few sources I looked at:







I also started working on my Pokepasta again. Here's what I added: 

"Before I was able to figure out what happened next, I suddenly found myself inches away from a dark blue door with a black bar running through the middle of it. I leaped up and hit the black bar with all of my might. To my surprise, I had enough strength to open the door just wide enough for me to get through. The door lead to a room with dark blue walls where the paint had seemed to be chipped away in certain spots. The floor was made of solid grey concrete and unlike the linoleum floors in the hallway, I was no longer having trouble keeping my balance. However, the sound of my footsteps seemed to be amplified as they echoed throughout the barren room. 

A few moments later, I made my way towards a small staircase and grabbed the thin wooden handrail beside it. I slid down the rail like a penguin with my arms and hands loosely gripping the rail." 

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 05:27, April 12, 2016 (UTC)

Mark My Words: A TP Shortage Will Be the Cause of WW3

Yeah, I actually clicked the pictures and saw they were models. From what I could see, they looked like some nice artwork. Still, you could likely papercut a small town into submission with that arsenal. I'm sure you're on some sort of government watch-list now (welcome to the team!) I've actually never seen Class of 3000, nor had I even heard of it until you mentioned it. I'll try to give it a watch sometime if I ever get the chance.

As for my story "The Brown Spot", it's most certainly not NSFW. I actually tend to write more extreme pieces, but I also like to write 100% clean pieces as well. I actually knew you didn't like to read NSFW from reading some earlier exchanges (my memory is like a steel trap when it wants to be - other times it's like steel wall). I only have one of those on the site right now, but definitely stay away from it. It's not pointless gore, more of a confused philosophical rant from a rather unstable individual who's keeping a woman in his basement, but I'd hate to lose your respect after reading it, lol. Ned the Nihilist: A Misanthropic Monologue is the story, so if you ever see that title, please skip it. I actually want to look over and possibly alter TBS before I put it up (which may be later today), but if you want to read another one of mine that I just put up, it's called The Woman in Red. It's another one that is 100% clean, but it's not like TBS in style. The old version is on, but this is a heavily altered version that works much better in my opinion. Check it out if you get the chance. People over at seemed to like it and find it chilling. It's a very simple, storytelling writing style. I'll let you know when I put up TBS.

Welp, I'm off to the chiropractor. Have a good one!

Jay Ten (talk) 11:12, April 13, 2016 (UTC)

I went ahead and restored The Brown Spot. I might rewrite it later, but I just got some crap news from the hospital and don't feel like messing with rewriting it at the moment. Nothing serious, but they're just delaying my finding out if I have cancer by making me go to another doctor before they'll do my biopsy. I think they want me to go insane so they can put me in the system forever, lol. Anyway, whenever you're in the mood, feel free to give those two stories a read. Hopefully you enjoy them.
Jay Ten (talk) 16:11, April 13, 2016 (UTC)

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Really? I never really noticed that on those sites. Which specific sites that I listed show that? Because I'm really confused right now. 

What I showed you occurs after a flashback that occurred while the protagonist was running out of their room and into the hallway. Here's what I have so far:

Thanks for the link about Alzheimer's and Dementia by the way. 

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 19:52, April 13, 2016 (UTC)

"This Doesn't Look Good, No This Doesn't Look Good at All...

...My nephew drew a picture of me. It doesn't look a thing like me. Look at the nose, it's all wrong!" - Dr. Hartman.

I've seen that one you're talking about too. Definitely feels like that sometimes. As for elephants and mice, I'm choosing to continue my fantasy that elephants jump around on their tip toes and scream at the sight of a mouse and also that the mice get a huge kick out of this.

Thanks for making copies of my stories to read. I appreciate it. And definitely don't feel like you need to review them or anything. I'd just be happy knowing whether you enjoyed them or not. I mostly just like knowing that they're being read. One of the reasons I rarely ask people to read my work is because I hate the thought of someone feeling obligated to leave some lengthy feedback, when all I really want is just a simple two or three sentence response. I actually just uploaded a new one that is also family friendly called The Diary of Regina Roberts and the Diamond Tree Mystery. It's another one of my stories where the horror is mostly implied and even unanswered to some extent.

Hope all is well.

Jay Ten (talk) 02:10, April 14, 2016 (UTC)

LOL. I remember that one too. Dr. Hartman is one of my favorite characters on there. I used to watch Whose Line a lot, but there were so many of them I think I missed that one. I'm definitely not a pushy person. It takes a lot out of me to ask even the tiniest favor. I'd never make it as a salesman. That show used to get me rolling at times. Anyway, thanks for being willing to give those stories a look. Take your time. If you ever have anything specific you want me to give a read, just let me know. Have a good one!
Jay Ten (talk) 12:45, April 14, 2016 (UTC)

I'm Known on the Streets for My Love of Gravy

Lmao. I didn't even know they had new ones. I'm so out of touch. Speaking of MST3K, I just watched them do Manos: The Hands of Fate a few weeks ago. I couldn't hardly keep it together. I had always heard about how bad that movie was, but I really wasn't prepared.

Thanks for fixing those two mistakes in my story. It always amazes me how hard it is to catch those things when it's your own story. I've probably re-read that story 20+ times and never noticed those mistakes. Again, thanks for reading. I'm really glad you liked it. Hopefully you enjoy my others when you get around to them. BTW, I added another one today, lol. It's a first person, present tense account of a man who wakes up in the middle of the woods and has no clue how he got there. It's not so much scary as it is a story of complete despair. It's a story about consequences. All my stories are on my profile page now, so just pick through them as you feel like it (I would avoid not only the NSFW one, but the Slightly NSFW one as well). I just want people to read them when they're in the mood to read (hopefully) an interesting story, rather than just when I ask. You can take a month to read the next one and it won't bother me a bit, seriously. This medicine I'm on makes me ramble real bad when it gets late, lel. Goodnight!

Jay Ten (talk) 02:01, April 15, 2016 (UTC)

Yeah, I laughed when he booed the little girl bride. Our reaction was the same and pretty much simultaneous. That movie really is unbearable. And no, I haven't seen either of those others, but I was thinking about watching the "Hobgoblins" one. I'll let you know if I do. And I like the spellchecking poem. I think the second line should be changed to "It came with my pee, see". And wow, that kangaroo tail story— I don't even know what to say. It's like one of those things you honestly couldn't make up. Better than fiction. Thanks again for reading and editing. I'm really glad you've liked what you've read. Have a good one!
Jay Ten (talk) 12:41, April 16, 2016 (UTC)
"I'd say Superman's gun came with his pee, see, and he uses it to defend against mobs wielding kangaroo tails." Lol. I think we've got the next great Superman comic book idea. We're gonna be rich! That's really cool your dad ran a drive-in; I bet he saw a lot of terrible old movies. I'd love to have an old drive-in fully stocked with all the horrible B movies from back then. If I had internet there, I'd probably never leave. I should probably be careful saying that lest I end up in a Lansdale's The Drive-in situation.
Jay Ten (talk) 17:52, April 17, 2016 (UTC)

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Man, the Malcolm films just aren't as great as they used to be huh? I mean why would you make 10 films based on Malcolm In The Middle? They're totally unfaithful to the show anyway. I mean, why did they genderswap all the characters? Are they trying to make Ghostbusters 2016 look like a GOOD movie? Oh Hollywood, you so quirky! By the way, Malcolm in The Middle is a super awesome show that you should totally watch. 

So Doom had suggested an idea for what should happen next in the R.L Stine pasta. Here's what he said: "I think you should continue your pasta by having Kristy go to the room that Hotaka is in and have them talk with Hotaka bringing up how the police officer ran off and then try to come up with something from there." I'm going to try and come up with a way to take that idea out of summary form. I've also been making a few changes to the pasta. Here's the pastebin link:

Are you liking the Pokepasta so far? 

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 04:24, April 15, 2016 (UTC)

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Maybe Kopa could've been male and female at the same time. Or maybe it has the ability to change its gender at will like Clownfish, wrasses, moray eels, and gobies. Those are my theories on The Lion King Cub CATastrophe. 

As for my R.L Stine pasta, I'm thinking about making the protagonist a bit younger than myself. This is one of the hints for the protagonist's age: "I remember watching a show called Goosebumps on Cartoon Network when I was a little girl." Goosebumps aired on CN from 2007 to 2009. I remember seeing promos for the show on that network actually. This was during the time where CN had live action programming on their network. Ugh! Thank God they never did that again! 

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 00:43, April 19, 2016 (UTC)

Four! And Shadowing

I love that when it is done well. Foreshadowing makes things look more professionally done and thought out. It always makes me look back and say, "I remember this being hinted. I wonder how far they plan ahead with this?" It's really neat.

I hate reboots and reality events in comics. At a certain point it'll probably become necessary, but I'd love to see the Batman characters get old and keep developing. I think that Spiderman has suffered the most from the reality events because he used to be married and had a daughter, see that was interesting and now it is all undone. I just really like seeing these characters grow up, learn, and live their lives (that sounds odd). It's just really unfair to do that to the comic readers who have stuck through thick and thin.

We've got a few more channels recently as well. I think we've had MeTv for two years now, but we got this awesome Sci-Fi channel that plays 'B' Sci-Fi films and shows like 'The Outer Limits', which is one of my all time favorites. Don't have any Antenna TV though I had tried talking my parents into that or just switching fully over to Netflix though they've been shortening their selection and are raising their price to $10 a month now.

There isn't much left that I watch. I tend to watch Bar Rescue, Impractical Jokers, Undercover Boss, American Dad, Family Guy, and How I Met Your Mother with some Extreme Couponing and Extreme Cheapskates on the side. TV just isn't what it used to be. It's really neat having anime as an alternative because a lot of those are super creative and different from each other. Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 17:49, April 19, 2016 (UTC)

Haha, yeah. Sure, feel free to do so!
There's a few interesting takes on an old retired Batman. In one such tale he ends up turning a gang into a group called the Batman and personally trains all of them which was pretty interesting. Then there's Beyond and a different story where he uses machines, Batwraiths, I believe, to patrol and protect Gotham. Barbara Gordon as Oracle is the perfect example of that. When she got shot and paralyzed it was impactful and it lasted for decades (unfortunately, the New 52 had her recover from being paralyzed). Don't get me wrong, Barbara Batgirl is my favorite female protagonist from DC, but it was so meaningful and consequential. Terry McGuinnes dying and being replaced by Tim Drake in Batman Beyond is another good example, though I was somewhat salty about that one considering Drake hadn't fought crime for decades when he adopted the mantle.
Yes! I didn't know if you had that as well, though it makes sense due to us being on the same timezone (rather not say where exactly on the internet). Lol. Some of them movies are the greatest in the cheesiest of ways XD Comet TV was a welcome surprise to me. I'm glad that someone decided to play Sci-Fi movies since the Syfy channel can't seem to do their job right anymore. I remember that I would used to tune in every Saturday night for one of their movies. Good times!
I skimmed through the video and I am happy to say that I've seen at least one of them on the list; FLCL. I watched it a month ago actually, it was really funny and great. It's about growing up in a nutshell. What's funny is that it is getting a second season despite the fact that it aired nearly ten years ago. The second season was announced right after I finished watching it XD Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 03:58, April 20, 2016 (UTC)
Follow your dreams! That's a pretty good message. Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 20:16, April 20, 2016 (UTC)
I'm pretty bitter right now, so I don't feel like much of anything. I just wanted you to know that I saw your message and I'm not ignoring you. I just need some time to cool off before I start talking like I'm at a guttermouth convention {hope that's funny}. I'm pissy right now because I went out of town and picked up my new computer today and the video card is burned out or not soldered correctly according to tech support, so now I have to take it back tomorrow and have them fix it and worry about whether or not they'll honor the warranty. To put things into perspective, I'll be swallowing $300-$400 for the video card if they don't honor the warranty and I can't do a chargeback for some reason. I'm sure they'll honor it, but it is frustrating, such a beautiful computer and it should absolutely work brand new from the factory. Anyway, I'll talk to you tomorrow when my mood isn't bad. I apologize for any rudeness on my part. Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 06:23, April 21, 2016 (UTC)
Sorry about yesterday and for brushing you off. I was really cranky and I didn't think it was a good idea to be talking when I was like that. Good news is that it works. The PC had some weird architecture to it and I and the tech support person I talked to had made a wrong guess about it. Basically, I was trying to plug my monitor into the motherboard instead of the graphics card. They had a graphics card plug in where the motherboard was at and that was the only one (so I had to by an adapter to make things work, but I'm really happy). Thank you for being really nice and understanding.
On the subject of Batgirl's recovery; I felt they botched it big time because you have had her go through this ordeal for decades and then a new canon was established and they undid it in an easy and insignificant way that made it not seem important. The least they could have done was show her recovering and dealing with trying to walk for a few issues. Instead they made her afraid by guns, but not afraid enough to where it stopped her from dealing with them. If they wanted to go the afraid of guns route they should have went all in and had her undergo training with Batman to overcome her fear of gun. I bet you Batman started out afraid of guns too, he was at least traumatized by one, so the training would have made sense.
No, unfortunately. I watched things like: Dinocroc, Night of the Living Dead III and IV, Pumpkinhead and things like that. Some where originals and some weren't, but they were all neat to watch in their own cheesy way.
That's a large portion of it to me. It's different and interesting. Regular tv bores me because it is usually either a sitcom or reality show, but with anime there are many different genres and ways they can go. I tend to like the writing in anime better than what most movies or tv shows manage to deliver. My friend's joked that they needed to have me watch more old shows so that they'd get more seasons too XD Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 03:27, April 22, 2016 (UTC)
Yeah, really frustrating all around. Honor among rivals. That's a really cool approach on things. The traditional villain would exploit that fear, not sit on it and never use it. It kind of reminds me of the Dungeons and Dragons alignment system which is thorough and cool. It has Lawful Good, Neutral Good, Chaotic Good, Lawful Neutral, Neutral Neutral, Chaotic Neutral, Lawful Evil, Neutral Evil, and Chaotic Evil. Not entirely sure where Renegade would fall on such a system, but I think maybe Neutral Evil, possibly even Chaotic Good? Not trying to be super nerdy here, but that alignment system is a pretty helpful thing to consider when making characters for stories. Lawful Good would be someone like Commissioner Gordon, Chaotic Good would be someone like Batman or Robin Hood. Neutral Neutral just means that the individual doesn't care about anything. Lawful Evil is someone who is bad and abuses the laws to their own benefit and Chaotic Evil is someone like the Joker.
I've never seen the original, but it was a sequel called something like Blood Feud that I had watched. Sometimes it is just funny watching people do something as stupid as dark magic and then being surprised that the result is something evil XD Never heard of Mosquito, but it sounds delightful!
I feel like Japan tends to put more emphasis on storytelling, while US tends to put more emphasis on relationships (which usually don't go anywhere on TV shows). I'll toast a glass of sparkling grape juice to that XD Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 18:12, April 23, 2016 (UTC)
I'm glad you like it! Looks like you've already done some research into it. I can never remember the Neutrals that well. That's how I feel about most of your characters too. I haven't seen one that is downright evil, just does bad things, but have good qualities too. I guess it would make sense that there are anti-villains since anti-heroes exist XD Maybe one day you'll do "What if" stories? Those are always neat!
Haha. I could never stand Friends or Seinfield. I always immediately change the channel or insist that the channel is changed when either of those two shows come up on screen, so boring and drawn out XD Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 05:19, April 24, 2016 (UTC)
I think flashbacks would be a neat way to do it too! Yeah, I hear you. That would be leagues better than the traditional "I'm good now." *dies*.
One movie that comes to mind that everyone ever seems to love, but I dislike is Tron. I was watching the TV Guide channel and saw that it was on and was like, "Oh, Tron! Everyone likes that movie, should be good." I switch to it and five minutes later I was all "What is this!?" XD
Roughly 5% is the number of authors that are successful (this statistic came from Stephen King in his novel On Writing). It doesn't surprise me that people sell out and/or cast their visions aside in a bid to be what they perceive as success. It is a shame and lots of interesting things are lost/watered down because of it. However, I wouldn't define compromise on such a scale or selling out as success. Telling one's story is the important part. Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 04:35, April 25, 2016 (UTC)

It's the worst when people start talking up something based on popular opinion. I've never even seen the Godfather, maybe one day. I will get super annoyed if they start talking in Italian and there aren't any subtitles though. I wanna know what your characters just said!

Sounds about right, King also threw it in the trash and someone (I believe his wife, Tabitha) dug it out and told him to stop feeling sorry for himself and do something with it. *Looks at Batman V Superman and then Captain America: Civil War* (Okay, it isn't out yet, but I guarantee it will be competent). Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 01:23, April 26, 2016 (UTC)

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So I think I have something for chapter 12. Here's how it will go: 

"A few moments later, Kristy dashed up the stairs and made her way towards the master bedroom where Hotaka was now slowly making his way down the hall with his head facing down towards the floor. "Hey Hotaka! I saw that Sugimoto lady making a mad dash out of the house. Is everything alright up here?" Kristy asked loudly. Hotaka collapsed to his knees while still keeping his head down. "Kristy..." Hotaka said in a low voice, "I shouldn't have told you that story out loud." Kristy jumped back a couple of inches and yelped "What?! Why?" Hotaka let out a deep and slow sigh and began to explain. "Well, let's just say that things go from bad to worse for both the storyteller and listener after the tale is told." 

Kristy began rubbing her eyelids with her fingers and let out a rough sigh. "Listen Hotaka! What happened today WASN'T your fault, okay!" Hotaka nodded his head. "You know what, Kristy. You're right. I mean, kitchens getting destroyed is just an everyday occurrence." Kristy smacked her hand against her face and growled. "Look Hotaka... You've obviously been through a lot today so I want you to go home and get some rest. Maybe you'll feel better tomorrow." Hotaka took a deep breath and gradually got up off of the floor. "You know what Kristy, maybe you have a point. By the way, I'm sorry about what I said regarding your kitchen." The two had bowed to each other and said farewell." 

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 02:44, April 20, 2016 (UTC)

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I'm glad to hear that you liked what I wrote. It's now an official part of chapter 12! The story still needs a few adjustments before I can continue working on the actual chapter itself. 

There was a game called Little Nemo: The Dream Master released by Capcom in 1990 for the NES. It's a great game with an awesome soundtrack. However, the one problem I had with it was cheap enemy placement . Not only does this occur nearly all through the game but it also makes the game a bit too hard. I think if they remade the game and modified the enemy placement, the game would've been perfect. 

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 08:20, April 21, 2016 (UTC)

Looking forward to it

I'm excited to hear what you think. I'll be looking forward to your feedback.


K. Banning Kellum (talk) 13:08, April 22, 2016 (UTC)

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To answer you Pokemon related question, no. I have never played Pokemon Stadium. I've seen it at Gamestop (Formerly EB Games in America) way back in my childhood when the N64 was still kind of new but I haven't played it. Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness was my true introduction to 3D Pokemon games. It has everything Stadium has to offer and more. I got my Gamecube around 2005 or 2006 and it still works even today! Take that Father Time!

So I got a new Haunting Hour review up on my blog:

The next episode I'm going to be reviewing has a character that kind of looks like Jeff the Killer except he's actually scary. I'll have to look at the amount of episodes season two has but I think it's less than twenty. I just checked and there are at least eighteen episodes in season two. I have reviewed about eleven episodes from this season. So I have about seven episodes left to review.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 17:42, April 22, 2016 (UTC)

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There are some stories that I found to be scary or a chill giver at the very least when I first read them. Examples of these stories include: Lavender Town Syndrome, Rap Rat, and Abandoned by Disney. However, when I read them much later, the scariness factor had worn off dramatically and I was able to see a lot of the flaws in these stories much more easily. Jeff the Killer is a story that NEVER scared me, even when I first read it. I guess this is because there was no sense of realism to it. With the other three examples, they felt a LOT more beliveable than Jeff the Killer. Yes, that's right! Even Abandoned by Disney with its "Costume coming to life with no explanation" ending felt a lot more real than Jeff the Killer! That's saying a lot really.

Speaking of Abandoned by Disney, what are your thoughts on Slimebeast, the author of Abandoned by Disney? For me, I think Slimebeast is capable of writing good stories but sometimes he gets a little stubborn when somebody reviews his stories. For example, the YouTube channel, MichealLeroi, did a reading of Abandoned by Disney a few months ago and Slimebeast got a little bit upset at them. Slimebeast and this YouTube channel have since made peace with each other so there's that. 

I'm thinking of making a first person point and click game based on the Abandoned by Disney story. In this game, you play as the guy from the story (who will be named Ralph in the game) and you go around and explore Mowgeli's Palace. While exploring, you need to collect pieces of a diary which gives you clues as to why the place became abandoned. When you collect all of the pieces, you find out the following:

1. The place that the palace is located in had a curse placed on it hundreds of years ago by the local people. This curse affects people you do not use the land for the benefit of its inhabitants. Disney falls under this category for destroying homes and not making back the money spent on the resort's construction.

2. The writer of the diary had heard stories related to the curse by the locals and tried to tell their superiors about it but they were hesitant to believe them because the curse wasn't immedietly affecting them, therefore they had very little reason to worry about it. As the weeks passed on, the curse slowly took its toll on the place.

3. The first sign of the curse was the health of the employees. Some of them contracted tropical related illnesses and the ones who didn't were forced to double their workload and as a result, became overstressed. This resulted in some of the employees out right quitting their jobs. Disney covered this up by hiring anyone they could find regardless of the person's overall situation. In other words, they practially gave out jobs.

4. The sceond sign of the curse was when the vultures started attacking the wildlife and a few of the guests at the resort. This sign is based on an incident that happened at Disney's Discovery Island back in 1989 where Discovery Island came under controversy due to rifles being fired at hawks, vultures beat to death, and the destruction of ibis and egret eggs and nests by employees.

5. The third sign of the curse was the animatronics (which is what the inverted Mickey is revealed to be), acting as though they had a mind of their own. The animatronics had enough strength to, as the diary writer described it, "Hug a child so tightly to the point where their bones would get crushed,"

These ideas may change as I think about the idea more and more but I think they do a good job of explaining why the resort became abandoned.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 04:57, April 23, 2016 (UTC)

Critique Request

I have just put up a recent work on the Writer's Workshop. This is my second edit. My original story is featured in the comment section.

2412 E Cochran Rd (Still Needs Feedback)

--Mmpratt99 deviantart (talk) 21:40, April 23, 2016 (UTC)

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Regarding the sports commentator, one does not simply wring a duck's neck and hang him over a shower rod! 

I think if the vultures were endangered or were under some sort of special protection then it wouldn't be legal to hurt or kill the vultures and their eggs. Speaking of vultures, the vultures in the Disney animated film The Jungle Book were supposed to be played by The Beatles hence why the characters vaguely resemble them but they turned down the role. 

I haven't been able to find any good programs that would allow me to make a first person point and click game. Oh well, I'll keep looking! Maybe I'll try using Scratch or something to refine basic programming skills. 

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 02:37, April 25, 2016 (UTC)

Forgot Something! 

I started doing a bit more modification to my Haunting Hour Pasta. I began fixing up more run on or awkward sentences. Here's the pastebin link to the latest version:

Should I put this part in: 

"This neighborhood was kind of boring to me though. For one thing, there wasn't much to do. There were no basketball courts, baseball fields, or anything of the sort. Heck, there weren't even other kids my age to hang out with! It seemed as though everyone in this neighborhood was around Erika's age, which was around fifty or sixty." 

Or leave it out if it seems like padding?

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 23:27, April 25, 2016 (UTC)

Raidra the Archivist

Yeah, it's super fine XD Thank you! I was worried for a second because I thought the site messed up and wiped my talk page, but then I saw that you archived it. I've had a name picked out for it for a while :)

Probably so, but it's annoying and inconvenient like you said. It would drive me nuts to not know what was said because I wouldn't know how important it was to the film. I've seen part of Airplane!, it's a classic laugh riot. I intend to see the whole film in a single sitting one of these days.

I can agree to that. He really thinks fondly of her and he gives her a lot of shout outs in On Writing, it is really sweet and I'm happy things have worked out so well for the two of them. No need to feel guilty :) It takes quite a bit to bother me and this was something that you did to be nice, so I'm not upset or inconvenienced at all. Sorry it took me so long to reply, I hope I didn't leave you sweating it for a long time. I went to bed early last night because I'm really sick and because there was bad storms so I had to unplug everything. Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 15:01, April 27, 2016 (UTC)

It's really awful when you do it right and then look up and see the archive link is red as though it doesn't exist because the Wiki hasn't caught up XD There's always the revert button though, so that's handy. I wanted to be a surgeon, but couldn't because I wasn't so good with the maths. It would have been a comfortable living and I'd have been helping people at the same time (well, hopefully helping). The PG rating is pretty funny because it did a lot of risky stuff.
Not today, but hopefully tomorrow. I've got a sore throat and coughing that won't go away. I'll kill it off eventually. Yesterday was pretty annoying. There were four potential tornado producing wall clouds near my town, but they ended up not doing anything, well, one of them did spawn a rope tornado, but it went back up right after touching down XD I don't talk on the telephone, but I do sometimes shower during a thunderstorm. Sometimes you gotta get around and those tend to stick around for a very long time. Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 05:18, April 28, 2016 (UTC)
Thanks! I was going to go job hunting this week too :( Going to have to go as soon as this crud clears up before them graduates get all the openings. I'll try that tomorrow if I don't clear up tonight, because I don't have any Dr Pepper in the house (he doesn't make house calls that often). I've been drinking a lot of hot tea with honey and water, like four/five bottles a day. I tried some whiskey yesterday, so I think I'll try salt water tonight. They're lucky we aren't like the people from Fairly Odd Parents or we'd chase them out of town every time they were wrong XD They were annoying me the other day because we had four possible tornado drop in locations near my town and they kept moving their radar up toward the city they are stationed at saying "Oh no, looks like we've got a lot of hail heading our way. Check out all this hail! It might cause some damage." I'm all, "Come on, we've got the potential for four tornadoes!" (they probably spent more time checking out that hail which didn't amount to nothing than they did the potential tornadoes) Priorities :| Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 02:36, April 29, 2016 (UTC)
Things are looking up for my health. I'm not coughing as much and my throat doesn't feel that sore. I also went to the Chiropractor and got my neck snapped back into place -I tried to wait until I was better, but I couldn't no more- and everything feels significantly better right now. I still haven't tried the Dr Pepper yet, because I didn't go to the store today, though I am very interested in trying it after heating in a sauce pan now. I tend to like tea when it is made right -not the garbage that McDonalds and Pizza Hut sells- but I've got some special tea for my throat that tastes pretty nasty. I can still drink it without much issue, thankfully. I love Ginger Ale, that stuff is great for dealing with sickness.
Ha! They do that down here too. Sometimes it is really funny watching the weather people try to figure out how big the hail is because some people don't leave a size reference in their pictures. LOL
I've never been to a theatre, let alone a dinner theatre. It sounds like fun! I'm glad it moved you to tears :P Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 01:30, April 30, 2016 (UTC)
Having it snapped hurts a bit and I usually tense up before he snaps it, so he'll usually tell me to squeeze my feet together (that way my mind goes off it and he can snap my neck easily). It sure is better than not having it snapped though! Mountains! I'm so jealous! I've only been through mountains when I went to see Mount Rushmore in South Dakota back when I was in fourth grade. Mountains sure are pretty. I'd really like to go through some again one day. "TRADITION! ~music~ TRADITION!" Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 02:03, April 30, 2016 (UTC)

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Sorry I couldn't get this message to you last night. Wikia (which is what this wiki is a part of) was doing some maintenance on their site. This meant that you couldn't make any edits to the wiki. When I finished reading your message, I went to scroll up and I accidentally hit the edit button near your message. I made no edits to the message and quickly X'ed out of the page. When I went to read an article on this wiki, I saw that I got logged out of my account. I saw that I was back to 1,500 edits as opposed to the 1,502 edits I had earlier today but I was glad to see that my wiki account didn't get banned. When I tried to login though, I was redirected to a white page with this text at the top of it: "Our main datacenter is down, you are accessing our backup datacenter. We are working to fix the problem." Did you have the same problem or was I the only one experiencing this issue?

As for the windows and fans part, I modified that part because for one thing, I felt that it made the character come off as too whiny. I also changed it because I had another idea for the ending that ties in the open windows part. The algae will be revealed to have hallucinogenic effects on people under the age of 18 or 21 because their lungs are more sensitive to its scent. Long exposure to the scent within a half or full mile radius will trigger and intensify the hallucinogenic effects. Because it's a neighborhood where older adults are the majority of the residents, this effect on younger people wasn't previously known to the the state's environmental protection agency. The scent builds this sort of mold like substance on the lungs which contaminates the bloodstream and travels up to the brain causing the hallucinogenic effects. 

One possible explanation for the origin of the lost episode could be that it was a forgotten school project by Erika's college age son named Darren who left it behind during one of his visits to her house. I'm thinking about the idea but I'm not sure if the origin should be explained at all. 

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 21:23, April 27, 2016 (UTC)

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I never heard of people going to Disney during the Super Bowl until now to be honest. The last time I went to Disney, I went in December of 2008 and travelled through all four parks in one day since me, my dad and my brother were going to visit other family members the next day. I would love to go again sometime. I'd have to get some big water jugs to put money in though. That's what my family did when they wanted to go on a grand vacation. They'd get some five gallon water jugs and everyone would contribute to it by putting money in the jug. 

I've been recently working on my website for my Pokemon fan fiction, specifically the "About Me" section. Weebly is a site that's much easier to work with on a computer than a mobile device. I'm trying to make the site similar to how Dorkpool set up his Weebly site because not only are black backgrounds are easier on the eyes, especially when reading at night without a blue light filter, but I think the blog theme will be the best suited theme for the series. 

I've made changes to later parts of the story. If you're interested, I can send you a pastebin link. 

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 08:47, April 29, 2016 (UTC)

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