Monday, October 31, 2005

Happy NBA Eve

by chinwhat at 10:18 PM
Here's my top 10 reasons to be excited about the NBA

10. It's not the NHL
9. Raptors Dance Pack
8. Christmas Day Game: LAL v MIA
7. CV3 Punkage: Destro in the Mothafucking house!
6. NBA Virtual GM errrrrrrrrrrrr Fast Break...
5. ...and the smack that comes with it
4. Pro Doug Smith\Anti Dave Feschuk
3. Since Jerome James is in NYK now, we get more "Herome Ha-Mees"
2. Court Cuts
1. It's the fucking NBA

I (heart) This Game

Sunday, October 30, 2005

It Always Was About One Thing

by chinwhat at 7:05 PM
So I’m pretty excited to get this little RTS thing goings on. I’ve just been going to various websites trying to find a good game for us to play. I went to gamefaqs and they have a list on top ten games that redefined the gaming market. Memo to Shaun, check out the number four spot: #4:

Starcraft (PC) - It's no secret that online gaming today is at its peak. There's no secret that it's growing at an exponential rate. Starcraft was the game that paved the road. No game before it had so many millions of players log in everyday to compete with friends and strangers alike. Starcraft proved that the realm of online gaming was not a fairy tale, but an eventual goal.


Where’s C&C: Gens on this list? Exactly! It’s all about gameplay, not your vector graphics, hyper shading or shimmer effects. Gameplay god, gamplay!

Thursday, October 27, 2005

#7

by chinwhat at 5:58 PM

Hey Mami! Roselyn Sanchez makes it in my top ten list of famous women I find attractive. Coming in at number seven, Ms. Sanchez makes it on strength of that one scene in Rush Hour 2 near the end where she does a high (HIGH!) kick which is met by Zhang Ziyi’s (or is that Ziyi Zhag?) kick. Locked in battle, her long, bare, beautiful, luscious leg is exposed thanks to the fact she’s wearing a dress. Sure she had a wicked scene earlier in that movie (where she’s stripping in front of her hotel window where Inspector Jackie - errrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr Lee is watching) but that leg scene – phew! >fans self with hands< THAT scene was able to elevate her to my number seven spot. Go Go Legs!

Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Keep It Gully

by chinwhat at 5:18 PM
So I'm on my favorite website (ya'lls know the one) and I see a post called "The Roots cost me my gf" where the poster describes his situation where he had to choo-choo-choose between going to their show or chilling with his girl... so The Roots' drummer adds this:

jokes.
but boy you shoulda known by now
jawns are alergic to the roots.

i was seeing a girl about a year and a half ago
to die for.

then she told me she hated prince.

and then refused to go to the MSG musicology show.

aint spoke to her since.


Which made me laugh at first. Then made me think where would i have to draw the line?

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Step Your Game Up!

by chinwhat at 5:46 PM
I’m not talking about your girl picking up skills (or am I?), but about something that is near and dear to our hearts: video games. Sure, none of us have as much time to play as we’d like, but I’m sure if we ALL put some effort into it, we could get a semi-regular game on. Who can forget the good times we had with StarCraft? And who wouldn’t love to shut Shaun’s trap with his “I can beat anyone in any RTS game” nonsense? He should’ve sent out an email by now, but knowing him… well, yknow… So I went to IGN and Gamespot’s websites and posted the highest scoring RTSs:

IGN:
Sacrifice: 9.4/10, release: Nov 16, 2000
Age of Mythology: 9.3/10, release: Oct 31, 2002
Alpha Century: 9.5/10, release: Feb 12, 1998
Close Combat 3: 9.0/10, release: ???
Homeworld: 9.5/10, release: Sept 28, 1999
Rome: Total War: 9.4/10, release: 22, 2004


Gamespot:
Rise of Nations: 9.3/10, release: May 21, 2003
Rome: Total War: 9.1/10, Sept 23, 2004
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War, Sept 21, 2004


Now I ain’t read none of the reviews, but there you go. Who’s down? The Dooch? Torreno? Chris? Jon? Shaun? Habib? Dr. T? Mother Brain? (If you include me, that already nine!!) I’d even consider getting my cousin a copy if we need to make it an even ten! I’d ask ai to play, but we all know that 1) he’s to cheap to buy any game, 2) he wouldn’t play, 3) he’d suck ass – who’d want to spend their time protecting his stooped ass? So who’s down?

Monday, October 24, 2005

"Alcohol removes inhibitions…"

by chinwhat at 8:34 PM
…as the saying goes… and if you have any doubt, ask Cathy! Thursday the TeamID went out for ai’s birthday at the good ol’ Madey – is this our new ‘bar’ now?? It was great seeing the whole team again. It’s been to long since we’ve all been together. Even Alison (nooooooooo way!) and the Good Doctor (plus guest) came out! Anyways, I think this was one of the best (if not, THE best) bday outings ever. EVER! Aside from winning some good RedHot propaganda tasting material, the smack was of top shelf quality! Cathy, you need more rough weeks at work followed by shot stealing drinkage! Tons of vault worthy smack came out of Mrs. Torreno! “(Al’s) penis is this big,” “’Bay stop!’” and condomes that don’t fit. Oh, mercy! I’d have to say, as an introduction for Dr. T’s SO to TeamID, she’s going to be crazy let down the next time she sees us (if there’s little drinking involved) because this was a crazy show that was put on! Who new a bunch of nerds could be so entertaining?

WAR "It's in the (TeamID) Constitution"
WAR “He’s a pussy”
WAR “The Vault is open!”

Thursday, October 20, 2005

Who Loves You, Babe?

by chinwhat at 5:26 PM

Happy Bday to my one and only: AI - His hate is real, but he is not...

Wednesday, October 19, 2005

It's funny how things...

by chinwhat at 9:10 PM
just work out, isn't it?



think about it...

Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Desperate Times Call For...

by chinwhat at 7:49 PM
Last week, I’m on the home computer and Shaun messages me about some random stuff. As we’re randomly discussing the usual randomness, he randomly breaks out how wack it is that, of the TeamID gents, none of us have girlfriends. He named everyone off except for Torreno; “me, you, Chris, Jon, AI.” Not really sure what to make of this, I prodded “So? What’s the big deal?” Apparently, it’s important to go to events with a date now, like wedding showers. But I didn’t get it. Shaun can’t get a date? Contrary to what Jon might say, out of all of us, Shaun’s got the best game (scoreboard). Anyhow, that got me thinking about my work’s Christmas party which is in a month. We were given some invites (which I think looked rather classy, lassy!) and I was asking around to see whose going. Everyone was on the fence when I asked them. I didn’t really understand why until a couple of my co-workers mentioned that they needed to find a date to bring. A date?!?! Again, I didn’t get it. I asked a few more people, and one of the ladies asked me who I was brining. “Uh… I have to bring somebody?” Obviously, she said I didn’t. But I guess that’s not the point… or is it? So for events like this, am I supposed to bring somebody – even if I don’t really want to? I mean, couldn’t I just “go” with one (or two) of the PYTs (that's Pretty Young Thing you Michael Jackson-illiterate suh-nuh-nah-bitch!) from work? Or just... GO??? I don’t see it as a graduation formal (ie. Prom) or nothing, so why do I feel that pressure? I have to dress up? Do something with my hair? It’s only a work Christmas party, right? I’m just looking for a good time (which means I really should dress to impress, but still…) I guess in a way Shaun’s right. But he’s also wrong about a couple of things: we are NOT old and we don’t have to worry about getting hitched. “We’re old man.” “Everyone else is getting married” No, Shaun. No we are not and no, we don’t need to. We’re only 24 (at least I am. Ya’lls is some old timers) and we have a long ass time to worry about wedding bells. Chill yo! In the immortal words of Menace II Society’s Caine Lawson “Chill Farrakhan!”

Sunday, October 16, 2005

Peace To My Close Personal Friend

by chinwhat at 7:39 PM
We've been good friends for many years and it truly is sad to see you go. When my family first moved to Mississauga, I remember helping your campaign so you could get seated in Parliament. Throughout the years, we’ve had many ups and many (many) downs. (Who could forget that debacle of that Halloween ‘costume’ from 1999?) Despite that, we’ve always been there for each other, and I can confidently say, that all of Canada, Ontario and Mississauga will miss you, Ms. Carolyn Parrish.

Best Wishes,

Your Pal,
"Chinny PooPoo"


Thursday, October 06, 2005

KK + Brown = *dead*

by chinwhat at 7:31 PM

Monday, October 03, 2005

Return To Normalcy

by chinwhat at 9:08 PM
I knew coming back to work wouldn’t be that much fun. Sure I pseudo missed my daily routine of waking up, getting to work and greeting the usual folks. But I’d love to be napping on the beach. It was nice getting all the ‘thank yous’ from my coworkers for the bottles of ‘ron’ I gave them. The props on my hair cut and my new glasses also did not suck. Best of all were the ‘you’re dark!’ comments (“fucking right I am!”). All of that was cool, but I knew it wouldn’t be the same. Why? Because I was watching CityPulse at 6 yesterday, and they had the greatest MILF of all time doing the weather: Nalini. I knew Frank(ie Muniz) would be doing the BT spot. He’s just too good. I guess its better this way for Nals (that’s what she likes me to be call her) since she has a new baby and all, but still. >sheds tear for no more scandalous dressed Nalini<