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WarezHaxor

Member Since 02 May 2005
Offline Last Active Feb 27 2018 01:02 PM

#2018273 New pet for my girls

Posted by WarezHaxor on 01 February 2018 - 08:39 AM

Let me start by saying I'm a bit of a herpetologist (as in I love reptiles), my brother has 12 snakes, and I've always owned lizards. I used to have an adult green iguana named Lucy who at 7 foot would sleep on my shoulders as I walked around town, that was when my oldest was a year old. I also had a Savannah monitor lizard that was 6 foot long but was not good with people except me so she wasn't a good pet for my girls by any means. She would try to attack anyone who wasn't me that stepped in her room (yes, at 6 foot she had her own room in my house due to the fact that she needed wandering room but I couldn't trust her with anyone but me). So today, a couple weeks after my oldest daughter's birthday, I bought her and her sister a new lizard. She's been named lizzy already, but meet my girls' 4 week old bearded dragon.

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#2009117 9 Months and counting! Baby in the making!

Posted by WarezHaxor on 05 June 2017 - 02:30 PM

What an adorable little girl @VooDoo! She looks like a little fighter for sure!


#2008492 9 Months and counting! Baby in the making!

Posted by WarezHaxor on 02 June 2017 - 11:17 AM

If I was there I'd give you a massive hug and tell you how strong of a woman you are. If you want me to drive there so I can do just that it is done.


#2006273 Customization Contest #45

Posted by WarezHaxor on 28 April 2017 - 05:53 PM

Name a prize and it's yours (or a winners that is) good luck to all.


#2005403 Official Neocodex Ice Book

Posted by WarezHaxor on 17 April 2017 - 03:27 PM

@WarezHaxor You make me smile and I always enjoy those pseudo intelligent conversations I force upon you. You have personality that I love being around and it makes me feel at ease someone else out there is capable of ruling the world when the impending pyretic apocalypse makes us fight for clean water.


Oh I totally plan on ruling the world some day..
I have my own insidious methodology to accomplish that...dont you worry! I love our conversations too! Always a pleasure! I love the fact you've got a blunt honesty about everything.

@VooDoo I always enjoy the conversations and your great outlook and intelligence! You've got all the capability to do anything you can imagine. You're definitely going places in life.


#2004712 [VOTIING] Out of Context contest

Posted by WarezHaxor on 07 April 2017 - 04:59 AM

Had to go with #6...for anyone who has read A modest proposal by Jonathon swift (Gulliver's travels) it's all about solving the Irish potato famine with cannabilism...had a project in high school to write a letter to the editor from the point of view of someone in an Irish town during the famine about this proposal and I took the point of view of a chef and included recipes and everything hahahah.


#2004112 Daily Dare 2017

Posted by WarezHaxor on 28 March 2017 - 03:26 PM

For everyone who has been ssing the games or wants to, or aob with safe times, watch the YouTube videos for score ranges and time ranges. Just make sure you watch a video of the full gameplay and you should be fine even if a review occurs.


#2003794 Survey of Coconut Shy Outcome

Posted by WarezHaxor on 24 March 2017 - 07:15 PM

I will happily submit my data when I find time between my 2 girls!!


#2003586 Can you keep a leveled head?

Posted by WarezHaxor on 22 March 2017 - 11:34 AM

2 car accidents, only injury was a broken nose which has been broken 14 times now from kickboxing. I've prevented a couple accidents as a passenger as well.

I've been witness to an accident and was able to help the person, I was also witness to another major accident where the girl wrapped her convertible around a tree in my front lawn, front bumper touched the rear, She survived thanks to quick thinking, suffered broken ribs and a fractured pelvis.

I have not been put in a life threatening situation by a loved one.

I had a gun held to me as part of a robbery, guy suffered a broken arm and fractured jaw. Wasn't expecting me to fight back but I would rather do that than let some punk with a pistol make off with my stuff.

My biggest fear would be failing my kids or something happening to my kids. I would face any danger imaginable to make sure they were safe and in good health.

I don't fear death, the thought of leaving my kids early does scare me though.

Worst nightmare is a tough one...id say the one I had that was recurring where I went door to door with a bat killing my neighbors...and it wasn't so much that it was scary, it was the fear that I would end up doing it in my sleep (you thought you were morbid did you? Not like me!)

The last fear I overcame was heights, I forced myself to jump off cliffs until the height didn't bother me anymore.


#2002859 The speed of light!

Posted by WarezHaxor on 11 March 2017 - 11:35 AM

I'm happy to see there's someone who has as much fun with numbers as I do haha. Back in college I took theoretical physics and the speed of light was something I had a lot of fun with. Understanding einsteins theory of relativity(e=mc^2) as a kid seemed impossible, but my professor explained it really well. Basically, e being energy, m being mass, and c being the speed you were trying to reach, he was able to demonstrate how no matter how much energy you could give even the smallest particle known to man by mass that to reach the speed of light would require an infinite amount of force or energy due to the fact that as you speed a particle up, it's mass grows infinitely as well, it's a theory called special relativity and assumes no other outside force acts upon that particle as you attempt to accelerate it to the speed of light. I never understood as a child why that was until I actually saw it on paper with a better grasp of physics. Thus why travelling to other planets in the universe would be impossible without figuring out cryogenic freezing and thawing of a subject with no harm to their systems.


#2001444 advice/tips on choosing a 2nd shop

Posted by WarezHaxor on 15 February 2017 - 10:37 AM

Undercut much lower than that. The only way to sell things quickly is to lose 5% - 10% of the current going rate.


#2000162 9 Months and counting! Baby in the making!

Posted by WarezHaxor on 20 January 2017 - 09:04 PM

Get Ryan to brainstorm with me...I was horrible at first but after bouncing ideas in my head I came to my oldest daughter's name(Hayden Grace), I know uncommon names and you and I are alike enough for me to help him out. Also, no matter that pain, it's worth it. Even if it starts early. My ex went without the epidural for both my girls, and she was a wuss when it comes to pain. You've got this, you're a strong woman and can handle anything thrown your way!


#1999236 is Garden worth ABing? potential 6.5M made?

Posted by WarezHaxor on 02 January 2017 - 06:01 PM

Garden is profitable if you know collectors willing to buy. You've gotta build up relationships with buyers to offload easily and safely. One of the ways I stay ahead of tnt was by having buyers lined up ahead of time. Even if it meant only taking 30% cut or more in potential profit. Better to have the guarenteed sale than to have to publicize your deeds by advertising for buyers in my opinion.


#1990339 This is a beauty post!

Posted by WarezHaxor on 16 August 2016 - 04:05 AM

I wouldn't call it makeup, only added thing I do is Cologne. I trim my facial hair daily and I try my best to look on the top of my game at all times, for me alone. If I look at the top of my game, I feel at the top of my game, and that alone should impress anyone I'm trying to impress. Confidence breeds success, in every aspect of life.

That being said, on the opposite sex I find the natural look more appealing. That look when your partner wakes up in the morning before they've had a chance to get all done up, that's what I prefer. I was never a fan of lipstick or all the makeup hiding the natural beauty.


#1988983 We love the 90s!

Posted by WarezHaxor on 03 August 2016 - 04:25 PM

My first cellphone was a Nokia brick as well...then I got the Motorola razr that stuck around for a few years until I got an LG touch screen phone.

The 90s was fun though...
Are you afraid of the dark?
The pokemon series
Gaming consoles(crash bandicoot and mortal Kombat anyone?)
The best windows to date imo(98)
The music