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/Jan/2011

pretty much a downswing, looking for the up

By: BttredMdgt @ 14:44 (EST) / 177 / Comment ( 0 )

Ugh, what a bad start to today..not only that, what a bad day yesterday.  I'm fairly aggrevated with the fact that i didnt get a single ITM yesterday.  I dont think i managed to even make it past 800 remaining.  I can easily look back and see the problems that instigated my demise, they were my own and i am responsible for them.  However, why is it that i continue to do this to myself??!!!???!?!?  Need to find the common demoninator in my good days and substitute that for these random downswings..or at least minimize the damage from them...  Up until yesterday i was looking good in rank.  I was up into the 600's which may not be considered a phenom or a rank but its darn better than where ive been in the past.  I believe at the start of this month i was down around 8K in rank!! lol..im so silly, its serious!! lls.. anywho..lets see where the 3'oclock pso takes me today..it is the 31st after all..these still count dont they??

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