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Since I recently decided to come back to the forums not too long ago, I'd thought it would be a good idea to create one of these, so, you know what to do, ask away! Please note that I am becoming more of a busy person, and I might not be able to have the time to answer every single question due to school, attending to my hobbies and stuff like that. However, generally, after school, I should be able to respond.
I'm back guys, I haven't been here for a while but I just wanted to let you know that I'm back. I was trolled and this account had been compromised, but I managed to reach a deal with the trolls so here I am now. I'm not much a Brony as I am a Furry these days. I'm in College now, with a new friend called Jess, and she used to be quite the Pegasister and once drew a fanart of Spike. She's a massive Anime Fan, yes, that's right, I've been watching Anime. And I also heard of the infamous Brony Chris-Chan(Hence the reason why I got trolled). Boy have things happened since I left, I spoke to Andrew Francis, Yuri Lowenthal and remember how I spoke to M.A Larson? Pretty awesome. Anyways, I must go, my planet needs me. Scarface One.
Hey guys! I'm going to start making blogs again, though reviews won't be very common this time around. I wouldn't expected much aside from the usual stuff you would find in a blog. Have a nice day and Flame out! Boring blog post I know
Ten years ago, the Curse of the Bambino was still living in Boston lore. The year before, Grady Little's blunder in leaving in Pedro Martinez cost them the lead, the AL pennant, and Little's job. Fast-forward one year later, and the Yankees led three gamed to none following a 19-8 slaughter. They were three outs away from completing the first LCS sweep since 1995 (Braves over Reds), the first ALCS sweep since the 1990 A's (against Boston). NYY's closer, Mariano Rivera, who came in for the eighth, was on the mound, and Kevin Millar led off the ninth. The fortunes turned. A rare walk from Rivera. Dave Roberts pinch-ran and barely stole second. Two pitches later, third-baseman Bill Mueller tied it. It stayed tied until the twelfth. Paul Quantrill (their seventh-inning man, but was relegated to the back of the 'pen from overuse and was literally on fumes) faced David Ortiz with one on. Needless to say, Boston never looked back.