Yes, Californians have (limited) guns tooFitSoldier said:Guns (yes, Canadians play with guns too)
ngl kind of been wanting to play in a dnd campaign with friends at some point. Ive only watched friends play and create NPCs so thats how far my knowledge goes hahahaFreshwaterHG said:-D&D (dungeons and dragons) I also paint minis and make dice. (I sell them on Etsy too if anyone is also nerdy like me )
me and my group have been playing online since quarantine started. Its not the same but still fun. You can always PM me if your interestedRikkiTikkii said:ngl kind of been wanting to play in a dnd campaign with friends at some point. Ive only watched friends play and create NPCs so thats how far my knowledge goes hahaha
i mean. I am an illustrator but idk if i consider drawing a hobby since I'm majoring in it?
but yes. I draw as a hobby sometimes (when im not getting paid)
I have a nack for collecting things, if thats a hobby. My collections so far is vinyls and pins
oh yeah, def. When I was with friends they were doing an online campaign so it was all done through discord calls and Roll20 hahahaha it was fun to watch either way.FreshwaterHG said:me and my group have been playing online since quarantine started. Its not the same but still fun. You can always PM me if your interested
Lol I actually own a few guns that are illegal in California. When I bought them at the gun store, big orange stickers on those guns "NOT LEGAL IN CALIFORNIA".Mongo75 said:After fishkeeping...
Target Shooting and Reloading
Yes, Californians have (limited) guns too
All sounds good. Except the Patriots.StarGirl15 said:Besides fish
Very avid Motocross/ Supercross junkie.
I collect Stephen King Novels
Ride Motorcycles (all kinds)
American football U of M Go Blue! Go Patriots! Oh I guess its Bucs now my boys left.
I love doing anything on a computer
Ohh I remember skateboarding. I used to love it. My friends and I used to skate everyday for hours. I stopped when I began trying to grind rails because the thought of crushing certain parts deterred me.Johnb114 said:Fish and aquatic plants
Those are few of my main hobbies
Greatest of all time, and it ain't even close. Love him or hate him, that much is undeniable. He hold pretty much every passing stat record there is to own, yet doesn't even break the top 25 in ints.Dunk2 said:Brady. . .
I heavily disagree. Brady is the most overrated player of all time. And I think you're going to see that even more this year. He hardly owns any QB records. Most of them are split between Drew Brees and Brett Favre. Then there's a sprinkling of Peyton Manning, Aaron Rodgers and old legends. Then there's Brady sitting on a couple. Most of his records and achievements are related to age and his team, such as postseason records. Brady has been lucky enough to have one of the greatest coaches of all time and one of the greatest systems of all time. He's an incredibly smart QB, but not overly talented. The throws he makes are usually not that impressive. Most of the time he's checking down to RBs and slot recievers. He's also not very mobile.Jerome O'Neil said:Greatest of all time, and it ain't even close. Love him or hate him, that much is undeniable. He hold pretty much every passing stat record there is to own, yet doesn't even break the top 25 in ints.
Love that Destroyer-type!! Also, if i am not mistaken is that a Mockingbird?Pariah said:I've got an uber nerdy hobby: Coin collecting! I'm particularly fascinated with ancient Roman and Greek, medieval European and coins from the Third Reich. I have +/- around 500 coins from just about every era and location. Nothing over the top like a 1787 Ephraim Brasher gold doubloon. Mostly more modest coins with few exceeding $50/ea. Here are few of my favorites, albeit not exactly my most valuable:
A few ancient Greek and Roman coins. The three little ones in the middle are roughly from around 450BC, making them close to 2,500 years old and my oldest coins.
The copper coin at the bottom an 1808 East India Company Ten Cash which was recovered from the 1809 Admiral Gardner shipwreck. It spent 176 years at the bottom the English channel off the coast of Dover before being discovered by a fishing trawler. It was amazingly well preserved due to being sealed in wax coated wooden casks.
A few random medieval cut coins.
My less nerdy hobby: guitar. I honestly play very little anymore, but they'll be here for if/when my kids get older.
The black explorer shape is an ESP LTD EX-400BD. Kind of hard to come by these days and when you can find them they command a premium. Usually far more than they were new. They were extremely well built guitars and came stock with EMG 81/60 pickups, Grover tuners and Earvana compensated nut. Mine is stock except I did the 18v mod on the EMGs. It's been my main guitar for close to 20 years and it's got the road rash to prove it.Betta'sAnonymous said:Love that Destroyer-type!! Also, if i am not mistaken is that a Mockingbird?
Hobbies: sometimes video games, love fixing/upgrading my truck, fixing things, fishies and guitars once-upon-a-time