16 thoughts on “MASTER BALL”

  1. EVERYBODY ALWAYS TALKS BIG AND BAD ABOUT THEIR POKEMON ON THE INTERNET BUT WHEN IT COMES DOWN TO CRUNCH TIME MY CHARMANDER ALWAYS SCHOOLS YOUR WEAK-ASS MEWTWO DEPENDENT LINE UP!!!!!!! IT TAKES STRATEGY AND EMPATHY TO WIN A POKEMON BATTLE BRO!!!!!!
    ALL YOU OTHER BUSTA TRAINERS CAN CATCH DEEEEEEEEEZ NUTS!!!!

    1. nidoking, 2/26/06
      The usual Sunday… I mostly sat around playing games and watching lots more Simpsons. I continued on in Super Mario Sunshine and collected a few more Shine Sprites and Blue Coins, and I got to give Scaler a test run. Considering that it’s a highly derivative game with nothing to set it apart, graphics that aren’t worth writing home about, and it doesn’t look like it’s going to be very long (I’ve already completed two of the ten worlds with all of the collectables and beaten the first boss), it’s not a horrible game. I also finished the fight scene in QEFEFZ… and that hell-going thing is definitely on. The line “Your nipples are showing” probably says it best. The good news is that the end of the fight incorporates a few running gags, so I won’t torture you with it here.
      Not that I have much else to say here. I guess I’ll just point out that “pathos upon pathos” is a pretty neat line, but it just doesn’t work for me. I guess I’ll post early, go watch the rest of my Sunday evening cartoons, then try to figure out which DVD of Wedding Peach I was on.

      For the love of God, hold onto those Onyxes.

      1. Re: nidoking, 2/26/06
        I don’t know…. Nidoking has a lot of links posted in his entries. But on the other hand….
        I have nothing substantial to complain about in life. I have an awesome wife who absolutely adores me. My needs are met. I’m in decent health. But you know there are ups and downs that happen in life. I’m glad of that. If life were the same all the time, it would be boring. But sometimes life can get really frustrating and sad.
        It means a lot to me to know that I’ve helped someone. When I make a difference in someone else’s life, I feel satisfaction. Unfortunately, it seems people know that about me, and they make me think I’ve made a bigger difference in their life than I really have. When I find out the truth, I tend to let myself feel hurt.
        Well, I’ve learned that what other people do, for the most part at least, can’t determine my emotions. Rather it’s what I think about things other people say and do that determines how I feel.
        Let’s see… how can I reframe it. “It’s disappointing that my friend led me on to believe that I had more of an impact on his life than I really had. However, it is good to know that he cared about me enough to want to make me feel like I made a difference”.
        Let’s try that.

        Onix is an older fellow with life experience. He is a higher level! Hmph…sorry, Jeff, I’ll have to retract my offer!

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