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created on 02/01/2007  |  http://fubar.com/my-stuff/b50906
ok, as some of you know, a couple months ago, i decided to go back to school to earn my GED. Being a High School drop out has had its affects on me, and for the longest time, i've felt bad about not graduating. Especially after seeing both my brother and sister graduate.. But, i did however take a GED test Last Tuesday. and here are the results...
What American accent do you have?
Your Result: The Midland
 

"You have a Midland accent" is just another way of saying "you don't have an accent." You probably are from the Midland (Pennsylvania, southern Ohio, southern Indiana, southern Illinois, and Missouri) but then for all we know you could be from Florida or Charleston or one of those big southern cities like Atlanta or Dallas. You have a good voice for TV and radio.

The West
 
Boston
 
North Central
 
The Inland North
 
Philadelphia
 
The South
 
The Northeast
 
What American accent do you have?
Quiz Created on GoToQuiz
Im happy :D In class on wednesday while everyone else was doing the "freshing up" thing, The teacher decided to give me the pre-test for the GED.. So far, I completed Science, Geography and Writing.. Science, score 680 Writing, score 650 Geography score 570 Passing is 450 and above. Tomorrow, i do the reading and math. So far, so good. I might walk out of class tomorrow with a peice of paper about the GED fee waiver. woOt! so, if everything goes well, I'll most likely be taking the official GED test next week. :D Lets hope.. woOt! ok, off to get ready to watch Ghost Hunters... Ciao!
I've sat here few times wondering how things would be if maybe I wouldn't have chosen the path that I Have. Wondering where I would be, what I would be doing, who I would be with, and how I managed to get there. Question is, I would probably be wondering the same questions, no matter which path in life I decided to take. Why? Because life is uncertain. You can't chose how things are going to turn out, just live life everyday as if it were your last. Being married is great. Having that special someone in your life that you know will love you unconditionally and not have to worry about them going out sleeping with random guys is the best. I couldn't be more happier with choosing Jess as my wife. Yes, I've sat here from time to time, thinking back, to previous gf's, and how I've been treated by them, and been cheated on by them, and thanking them... yes, thanking them for waking me up, and letting me walk away, down the road to find Jess. I'm tired of those people, who act like Marriage is nothing but a disease. They avoid it at all costs. its nerve racking really. Those people who are married, and talk bad about being married get on my nerves too. If you don't see yourself with someone for the rest of your life, then don't get married.. plain and simple. If your in a bad marriage, get the hell out then, don't sit around and complain about it. JUST DONT CHEAT!. Because it will catch up with you. Its great being a father and a Husband. I wake up every day, Thanking god for bringing me two of the most beautiful women in the world. Emmalee is my pride and joy. Every time I look at her, I see more and more of me everyday. And that feeling you get deep down inside, when you see her sleeping, and she peeks open her eyes and sees you and can't help but smile as she's drifting back to sleep, is the very best feeling in the world. You can't help but get that feeling, every time your baby girl sees you and immediately smiles. more of my random ramblings later....
As many of you know, me and my wife Jess have been expecting. As of last night, Our little bundle of joy arrived, precisely at 11:55pm 1/18/07. EmmaLee Jean Siney 6lbs 14oz 20 1/2 inches long. For those of you who are my close friends and requested to see pictures... here you go.. i will be posting more later.. :) Nik aka Dj Redd
yeah.. so... Not really everyone knows.. but.. hey.. guess what? im gonna be a father.. Yes.. i found out a few weeks ago.. and im still excited about it... me and jess go on the 30th of this month to find out just exactly when she is due... wish me luck :D
So i just got done talking to my mother. Docs told her that she may only live for another 5 years or so. Not very good news to my ears. She\'s been having so many heart problems, and surgeries. And nothings helping? wtf? So she told me she was making up her will. And leaving her $200k house to me. ; Just makes me sad. How am i supposed to accept that? I dont want my mother to die. blah nik
SAN FRANCISCO (Feb. 18) - An asteroid may come uncomfortably close to Earth in 2036 and the United Nations should assume responsibility for a space mission to deflect it, a group of astronauts, engineers and scientists said on Saturday. Astronomers are monitoring an asteroid named Apophis, which has a 1 in 45,000 chance of striking Earth on April 13, 2036. Although the odds of an impact by this particular asteroid are low, a recent congressional mandate for NASA to upgrade its tracking of near-Earth asteroids is expected to uncover hundreds, if not thousands of threatening space rocks in the near future, former astronaut Rusty Schweickart said. "It's not just Apophis we're looking at. Every country is at risk. We need a set of general principles to deal with this issue," Schweickart, a member of the Apollo 9 crew that orbited the earth in March 1969, told an American Association for the Advancement of Science conference in San Francisco. Schweickart plans to present an update next week to the U.N. Committee on Peaceful Uses of Outer Space on plans to develop a blueprint for a global response to an asteroid threat. The Association of Space Explorers, a group of former astronauts and cosmonauts, intends to host a series of high-level workshops this year to flesh out the plan and will make a formal proposal to the U.N. in 2009, he said. Schweickart wants to see the United Nations adopt procedures for assessing asteroid threats and deciding if and when to take action. The favored approach to dealing with a potentially deadly space rock is to dispatch a spacecraft that would use gravity to alter the asteroid's course so it no longer threatens Earth, said astronaut Ed Lu, a veteran of the International Space Station. The so-called Gravity Tractor could maintain a position near the threatening asteroid, exerting a gentle tug that, over time, would deflect the asteroid. An asteroid the size of Apophis, which is about 460 feet long, would take about 12 days of gravity-tugging, Lu added Mission costs are estimated at $300 million. Launching an asteroid deflection mission early would reduce the amount of energy needed to alter its course and increase the chances of a successful outcome, Schweickart said. NASA says the precise effect of a 460-foot object hitting the Earth would depend on what the asteroid was made of and the angle of impact. Paul Slovic, president of Oregon-based Decision Research, which studies judgment, decision-making and risk analysis, said the asteroid could take out an entire city or region.
ok, so today was my day off.. and i got a phone call. my cell phone was upstairs, so i went up to get it. As im walking down stairs talking on the phone, i slip and fall down the stairs. I hit pretty hard. Pretty much flopped around on the floor like a fish out of water with pain surging through my body. After about half an hour of laying there, and my wife there by my side, i was able to muscle the pain enough to get up. I layed on the couch for an hour, but the pain just seemed to be getting worse. So i went to urgent care. They did some Xrays on me. Come to find out nothing is broken. But i do have a severe bruising on the lower back, especially on the left side over the kidney area. The radiologist will be there tomorrow to examine my xrays some more, and let me know if he finds anything else. So now for a couple days, i have to pretty much lay down, and/or keep ice on it. No heavy lifting, or driving because of my prescriptions. So bleh, that means more time off from work. this sucks... .
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