I recently found This site that led me to think a lot about what toys I played with as a kid, specifically, of course, my army men.
Years back (not too many, but still, many), I had loads of army men, I had 'machine gun guys' 'snipers' 'radio guys' (radio guys were probably my most useless, but I used them to coordinate my forces). I had minesweepers, the guys that hold their gun above their head (I called them bayonet guys), I had grenade guys, you name it, I probably had it.
Along with my
Back in my greater n00b days, when I first started playing this game with my brother (we live in separate houses and were therefore able to play CN together), we decided we would be a force for good and "hunt raiders".
My brother had been playing for some-time longer then I had, so he fed me cash while I released my inner war-monger and demolished n00bs with my own n00b nation. We'd tell them to stop raiding, while offering the raid'ees a place in our micro.
We got into trouble a few times,
It's hard not to take the game seriously sometimes, especially when you'e the one leading an alliance.
It's pretty jacked up.
People spy on your members, you don't know who, you get all mad and be hatin (that's what they're saying these days right? "be hatin"?).
Or if you're in TE, someone declares war on your alliance, it seems like their whole AA is bigger than your AA, when in reality it's a pretty fair fight.
Alright, I'll rant about TE.
I decided to co-lead with Jarhead this round,
That's right, it's my first time writing a blog post on our CN-forums.
With that, I'd like to give some insight into myself, because I am oh-so-important
My real name's Ernie (Ernesto, by birth), I live in a little suburb in California (Lakewood, bordering Long beach). I'm 18, I graduated high-school and jumped into a career move as an art teacher (skipping that college part), I teach art at a local art studio, the goal of the studio is to put art classes back into schools, so that'