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General Pathea Discussion / Re: Introduce Yourself!
« on: March 28, 2014, 02:26:58 AM »
I'm Sean. 26 years old and from the states. Lived in California and Utah. I usually only play FPS games or RPG's but this game sounded really cool so I'm glad a friend hooked me up. Currently stationed in Japan with the Marines and looking forward to leaving in a few months. When I'm not busy with work I'm listening to hardcore gangster rap and skateboarding. Hardcore gangster rap being Katy Perry.  ;D

General Pathea Discussion / Re: Where are You From?
« on: March 27, 2014, 06:11:05 AM »
L.A., California but moved to Utah when my father left the military. Currently stationed in Japan with the Marines.

Planet Explorers ISOs / Re: Recent works particularly satisfied chart
« on: March 19, 2014, 09:06:36 AM »
Best Warthog I've seen yet!

Was searching all over the place trying to find silver without having to dig to the center of the planet. Thank you!

General Discussion / Re: Pets
« on: March 18, 2014, 09:36:14 PM »
Had a dog growing up. Was a Blue Healer sheepdog and coyote mix. I'm from Utah in the states and if you're from there, You know how bad the coyotes are. One was particularly brave and my neighbors had a box full of puppies a little while later. We named the dog Shadow since he would always trail behind us and always hide in our shadows. As he got older he loved to go hunting with my brother, father and I. Just an all around good companion and extremely loyal. 

A few months before I left for the Marines we had to give him up due to complications. Mother didn't want to take care of the dog and my father was in Iraq at the time. Still pretty bummed about it.

I wouldn't call these guys pets, but I always find them outside of my barracks on base. My buddies and I will sometimes get bored during training and tie 550 cord around them like a leash and walk them around. (I apologize in advance if the pictures turn out huge!)

I've had snakes and other things growing up as well. At my old highschool above the football field was a large rocky hill and it was just a large breeding ground for rattlesnakes. Being the dumb American kids we were, We'd always catch them and bring them home. I still don't know how none of us ended up in the ER. Ended up keeping a couple babies for a while until they grew full size then somehow the local Fish and Game Cops stopped by and picked them up. Blegh.

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