Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Darth Arbiter

This is a funny image from the game "Halo." This is a messed up picture of the "Arbiter" from "Halo." In this picture his armor is black when it's supposed to be bronze. And he has a black cape when he does not wear one, and last, his energy sword is red when it is blue in the game. So all together, he looks like "Darth Vader," so call him "Darth Arbiter." This is a messed up "Arbiter" found by ME.

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

The Three New WWE Pay-Per-Views

Let's start with one of my favorites:

Cage Match
It's a cage with a cage ceiling. You can fight at the top and it has a trap door at the top. You could just throw a wrestler into the ring. The cage is about 40 feet high.

TLC (Tables, Ladders, and Chairs)
It's a match where the main stipulation is that you can use any of the three items (and trash cans and any other weapons). The goal is to climb a ladder and retrieve the championship belt.

Bragging Rights
At first this was called Annihilation, then they changed the name. I don't really know what it's about because they don't tell you.

Me Being Away for So Long

In the summer of 2009, I went to Los Angeles, California to see the WWE Summerslam Summerfest with my cousin. It's a big event with a lot of people, where you can see some wrestlers wrestle, get autographs from wrestlers, and take picture. There was also a big store there where you could buy what you want so that you leave California with lots to talk about.

I also bought two real WWE belts. I got the Intercontinental and ECW belts and was lucky enough to get NINE autographs from Batista, John Cena, Jeff Hardy, Matt Hardy, Triple H, Kelly Kelly, The Great Khali, Kofi Kingston, and Rey Mysterio. I met Shawn Michaels, but just took a picture with him. They were all really big except for Rey Mysterio who was my height.

And I also went to Philadelphia, PA, to visit my grandpa, and four days ago was my baby nephew's birthday party. He is 2 years old and he's real funny. He takes my wrestling cameras and puts it on his eye and goes, "Chee! Chee!" And he takes my hat and puts it on and says, "Ta daaaa!"

That is it for my summer.

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Lost: Smallest Horse

Last year, I was riding a small horse. It felt great. It was about a foot and a half tall. I was five years old, so I wasn't actually hurting the horse. The horse was running a little fast. I was taking him on a ride, and then I fell off. When he was running, he was bouncing up and down, and I fell off. That's when he ran away, and he got lost.

A few months ago, we posted on this blog about a missing dodgeball. Someone read the blog, and sent us 50 dodgeballs.

I really miss my miniature horse, and I want him back.