AIRSOFT: Take a hit and the only thing that will hurt is your pride.


Tuesday, November 25, 2008

AS with AB


See, I told you rain will fall no more in the afternoon.
Yet still, you guys opted to sit it out.
Now you missed this one right under your noses.

Aleck Bovick came in to play airsoft with us in the afternoon.
And here is the proof!

The afternoon survivors including Aleck Bovick!

me with ma'am aleck


The Alligator King


Mico and me happen to chance upon in YouTube this classic video from Sesame Street - The Alligator King. I remember this video way back when I myself was just a kid. And the way it is now, Mico likewise loved it as well!

So here it is, Sesame Street's - The Alligator King.
I included the lyrics just in case you guys would like to breakdown in song.

The Alligator King

One two three four five six seven!
Said the Alligator King to his seven sons,
"I'm feelin' mighty down.
Whichever of you can cheer me up
Will get to wear my crown."

His first son brought seven oyster pearls
From the bottom of the China Sea.

The second gave him seven statues of girls
With clocks where their stomachs should be.

The third son gave him seven rubies
From the sheikdom Down There Beneath.
The King thought the rubies were cherries,
And he broke off seven of his teeth.

The fourth son tried to cheer him up
With seven lemon drops.
The King said, "I'm sorry son,
Since that ruby episode, I just haven't got the chops."

The fifth son brought the King perfume
In seven fancy silver jars;
The King took a whiff, and he broke out in spots
'Cause it smelled like cheap cigars.

The sixth son gave him seven diamond rings
To wear upon his toes.
The King snagged his foot on the royal red rug
And crumpled up his nose.

The seventh son of the Alligator King
Was a thoughtful little whelp.
He said, "Daddy, appears to me
That you could use a little help."

Said the Alligator King to his seventh son,
"My son, you win the crown.
You didn't bring me diamonds or rubies, but
You helped me up when I was down.
Take the crown; it's yours, my son.
I hope you don't mind the dents.
I got it on sale at a discount store-
Cost me all of seven cents!"

written by Donald Hadley/William "Bud" Luckey
(c)1971 Sesame Street, Inc. (ASCAP)

cartoon written and animated by William "Bud" Luckey

Monday, November 03, 2008


Just when I thought I already forgot what basketball is, me and the guys decided to shoot some hoops instead of shooting bb's.
At first things got hilarious with everybody couldn't find his own range. Then it got insane with some ridiculous shots from here and there. Then things begun to heat up, that's when we got serious and old form started to kick in and whoever said we can no longer jump can disappear in oblivion and never come back. We capped the day with a victory against a younger and faster group, hate to say it but it was experience ruling over youth. Crazy.