Greetings, User! This is The Grid Theme by nyctothemes. I’ve always wanted to do a theme based of Tron Legacy, and I’ve finally been able to do it, I just hope I give the film justice lmao. The codes are the exact same, they just start off with different colors and options :) I realize orange circuits don’t mean virus, but they’re cool names so whatevs
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How can you fight for the Users if you can’t even fight for yourself?
Or, an alternate title: Forsaken Warrior
Tron seems to be the punching bag of his own universe. All the worsts shit gets thrown at him, but the guy keeps getting back up, because that’s what he’s supposed to do. And he probably wasn’t the easiest Program to brainwash/rectify, and I’d bet Clu would throw in some demoralizing words at him to make it easier. He’d make Tron feel so worthless that he just gives up.
Here’s hoping he survives the fall into the Sea and makes it back :D
Today was really wicked. I started the day off with meeting my buddy and course mate, David. We walked together from the waiting shed by the dorm to the ISO Venue where the Prep Course for ComTech freshmen was held.
Honestly, I’m not really used to speaking in English during conversations because back in our place, people would stare at you when you do that. Yeah. We like shouting and yapping in our native tongue. But whatever. Although I struggled a bit, I still got to communicate what I needed to. Hurray!
Awkward repetitive convo of the day:
Someone: Hi I’m Someone from |either ICA, LSGH, Ateneo HS, Xavier and other very famous schools in the Metro.| How about you?
Aldrin: I’m Aldrin…from Sacred Heart.
Someone: Oh where’s that?
Aldrin: It’s in the province.
-end of conversation-
I got used to it as the day progressed anyway.
The presentations and games were great. The Grid was definitely a success.
This phrase really struck me. They passed this sticker out and oh, my very cool name tag.
So after that, I attended the talk about the dorm. I’m staying in Cervini btw so if you’re just around the block, inform me. I could use some company.
And what followed was an adventure with Leana. I asked her to accompany me in going to Trinoma because I had to learn how to go to at least one hang out spot. So yeah. We met at the Peace Path. She’s studying in Miriam College but she’s also from my hometown, Lucena.
We boarded a UP-Katipunan jeep then got off somewhere. I don’t know where that is exactly. Afterwards, we walked for quite a while because jeepneys that would lead us to Trinoma were scarce.
When we reached Central Avenue, I was amazed by how the wide that road is. And how cool it feels to be in the overpass. I know, so provincial of me. But anyway…. LOOK!
So yeah, after a really long while and a million questions asked by yours truly, we reached Trinoma. She accompanied me to buy a few stuff which I need. I also met up with former schoolmates who’re watching X-Men. I was supposed to watch with them but it’s my second night and I didn’t want to risk not getting a jeepney in the wee hours of the night.
Yeah. It was really tiring and I was a nervous wreck going home. Leana didn’t accompany me anymore. I was all alone. I was to make my own decisions which could lead me to failure or success.
It’s obvious where it led me…blistered feet, aching muscles and weakness but what the hell, I was successful. Yeah. Feels so great.
What I learned from Leana today:
It’s going to be obvious that you’re from the province if you’re gonna take pictures of stuff everywhere using only a phone or a non-legit camera. You could only take pictures and not look like a jologs dude from the boondocks if you have a DSLR..that doesn’t guarantee that you ARE a photographer though.
When you’re commuting, you shouldn’t dress up like you’re going partying especially when you’re just gonna walk around and buy groceries.
As much as possible, no texting in the jeepneys.
So that’s it. Tune in next time for my next adventure. Sorry, I’m posting senseless stuff right now. I don’t have my usual depth which only exists in depression. I’m just really damn happy right now.
Yep. That’s right. Youc. An smell The Grid, the exhaust of a #lightcycle, and the crisp air while flying a #recognizer with #TRON legacy cologne. It actually smells really good! #google it and find out where to get it. #tronglegacy #derezzed #daftpunk #thegrid #mcp #flynn #encom (at Housing V Ivy)
Cultural offerings in Toowoomba are no longer restricted to reworked theatrical classics, Thursday night shopping and mid-week CBD dining. 2011 saw a solidification of our cultural scene with regular attendance at each of the town’s four independent artist run initiatives, open mic nights and alternative cultural events. Even the Mayor Peter Taylor got his paint on in November’s Celebrity Art Battles, as run by the MARS initiative above Metro Café and Events. Toowoomba is coming of age. And the cultural movers and shakers on the hill are planning big things. Soon. There’s talk of a pending TARI Fest. That is, there is so much support, movement, inspiration and action on the independent art scene of Toowoomba that cities and other regional areas are looking to us for insight. They want to know the insides of this shift. TARI Fest - Toowoomba Artist Run Initiative Festival. A festival of all the creative wonder that regulars on the local cultural scene dive into twice monthly in the least. From Skype-assisted international artist talks in a back alley corner of the CBD to cutting edge physical performances at art openings and boxed windows… Toowoomba’s shifting. Like a big beautiful scholar, all brained up thanks to 17 high schools, a University and TAFE, finding her feet and wanting to dance. This is what’s waiting for Toowoomba. The town’s cultural identity is getting brave. And the space this provides those with venues, artists, musicians, talents, wants, urges, concepts, free nights is a crucial element in its continued evolution. What this means for residents is: a chance to play. Go. There is quality offerings in your town. One such example is the pending development in the former Boogie Shack. 17 creatives across 10 artistic disciplines: exhibiting, performing and also teaching, sharing. That’s circus, dance, theatre, short film, visual arts, sustainable horticulture. It’ll be right there, in the middle of Toowoomba next month. Go.