i've been busy... making... guns....ahemhey... soo yeah.. i've been busy this summer and havne't been on the site since... July... ahem.. but i've got a good excuse! i've been busy building an Assault Rifle out of cardboard! :D ...but it ain't finished.. and that's a bugger, i was gonna build a whole bunch of them to give to the Rooster Teeth guys to play about with!
..but nothing has been going according to plan this summer... ah well.. i'm still working on it!
hehe, glad the RT guys liked playing with the gun while they were up here.. mark my words, i'll get them all done before the next time they come :)
YOU CANNOT BREAK LONDONERSyou know what, despite the horrible and dastardly nature of this attack, I've never been so proud to have been a Londoner. Did you see how stern and calm they remained after the explosions? And how much strength and control there was in the faces both the emergency services and regular people alike?
I know this may sound confusing and strange... but... did you just see how strong Londoners were? And I'm finding that's what is causing the source of all my anguish.
It's not because of the tragedy of this cowardly attack and that my own kind have died, it's at the fact that in the face of Terrorists, in the face of the panick and the chaos they tried to invoke, Londoners prevailed and they remained Londoners.
did you guys see it?
Terrorists tried to break Londoners, and they didn't.. I'm so proud to have been a Londoner.. to know that on July 7th 2005, Londoners showed terrorists the stuff Londoners are made of and that it cannot be broken.
Our parents had been through the IRA attacks and our grandparents had been through the Battle of Britain. Let everyone know that on this day Londoners prevailed again. bottom line.