I have set a nice number of world record scores over the for some time now. And naturally, there are some scores that I hold closely. For this post I will go over five world records that have some meaning to me personally. Continue reading
Note: The product reviewed in this post has been sent to the writer complimentary for testing and reviewing purposes from Influenster.
Since I got the Speed Stick VoxBox from Influenster, I spent a good amount of time testing out the new Speed Stick Gear. And I must say that it’s much better and what I used just before. It is a decent deodorant that works well when you need it to.
According to the packaging, Speed Stick Gear solid antiperspirant uses DryCore technology that gives you 48HR sweat protection. I personally wouldn’t suggest anyone to go two days without deodorant, and I didn’t test it for 48 hours. But I’m wearing it daily as of this post and it manged to hold up after hard day’s word and even after a workout.
I tried out two different scents from the Speed Stick package: Fresh Force and Clean Peak. Both scents are good but I prefer Fresh force. There is a third scent called Cool Motion, but that wasn’t in the package I received.
If you are looking for a new deodorant to get you throughout the day, try out the new Speed Stick Gear. It is definitely a step above a lot of what out now.
Go watch “The Lego Movie”. Right now!
2014 has finally arrived, meaning that 2013 is no more. So a year in review recapping some of my key moments of the now gone year.
Conventions, Conventions, Conventions.
Despite my demanding schedule of my day job, I managed to go to some conventios. MAGFest gets no major complaints from me. PAX East was fine, although I spent a lot of time at the Sirlin Games table.
New York Comic Con was bittersweet. I managed to meet two of my favorite cosplayers Jessica Nigri and Yaya Han. I met the original voice of Ash from Pokemon. I played in Ubisoft’s The Next Level. This year was kinda soiled since I missed out on some panels because of campers.
I have strongly participated in StreetPass groups though I have never became an official staff member. That changed when I was offered to run the Twitter for StreetPass Long Island. Then I would participate in events such as the Pokemon Gen V send-off, National StreetPass Weekend and the popular Zelda Archery competition.
A Few Wins Under My Belt.
For the past couple of years I have been playing this card game from Sirlin Games called Yomi. I have gotten so good at it I have placed third in the PAX East tournament (my first tournament ever for Yomi), and two tournament wins online.
Plus, I won a random tournament for WindJammers, which I’ve never heard of let alone play. A win is a win, right?
On the Write Track
In addition to writing movie reviews for NerdSpan, started writing for a gaming site called Put That Back. I haven’t been as productive on either of those sites as I should have. I hope change that this year.
That’s it for my 2013 Year in review! Happy 2014!
It has been over a year since my last run on RecordSetter. So I thought I kind of sneak back in the scene with Pokemon X.
For some random reason I started breeding for a Vulpix with good stats. When I finally got a keeper, I was left with 109 Vulpix in my stable. I I figured that to make a record out of it.
Be sure to check this record out on RecordSetter.com and be sure to comment!
This weekend at Jaxel-Dome I won a random tournament in WindJammers. I had no idea what that game was. But I sat down and started throwing them Frisbees like there was no tomorrow.
Then I made it to the finals with fellow Empire Arcadia member KDZ. He was clearly my toughest opponent but I pulled through.
Check out the video I posted and check out the commentary I give in loser’s finals match.
Over the weekend I took part in the Legend of Zelda- themed archery competition that features members and staff from StreetPass New York City and StreetPass Long Island (I’m part of the SPLI staff). It was a fun event overall and it has sparked my interest in archery in general. Of course there were the StreetPass tags, too.
If you want to check out more pics of the event check out the post on StreetPass Long Island’s blog! If you want a second archery event be sure to let us know!