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/Jan/2011

Rough Month

By: Morganhell's @ 19:54 (EST) / 195 / Comment ( 0 )

It's been a rough month so far. Nine negative games with over 60 in negative points in the span of just 28 games. I had wanted to kick up the amount of games but just wasn't feeling up to it. I hope to be able to up the game play, I don't know if I can beat last months finish of 51st place but I want to at least get closer to it. Don't really feel anything close to a shark this month, more like one bit part of my tail off.

Lots of stuff to happen this month. I have two more chances to win the Big game and make another video. I had won the chance a second time but because of all the snow on the east coast, making it was impossible by the deadline.

I started a home game club called Rotten Apples, the thread with the information on it is the forums. Its kinda low key so we shall see how it goes.

Also WBCOOP is this week. I hope to play in all of the games. I hope to do well, and it should be fun.
That's about it for now, good luck and see ya,
Morgan

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