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September 8, 2005

Cialis profesional I turned 35 today and said to myself “How did I get here?”. Cialis profesional That question alone spawned many other questions and then memories of where I have been. Cialis profesional I don’t think I am the ordinary 35 year old. Cialis profesional Or at least I wasn’t the ordinary kid growing up in small town U.S.A. Cialis profesional I have lived in 12 states and move 22 times in my life. Cialis profesional

Cialis profesional States Ken Villines has lived (in order):

  • Oklahoma
  • New Jersey
  • Indiana (2 moves)*
  • Virginia
  • West Virginia
  • Tennesee (2 moves)*
  • Missouri
  • Georgia
  • Alabama
  • Arkansas (3 moves)*
  • Missouri (2 moves)*
  • Connecticut (3 moves)*
  • Massachusetts(3 moves)*
  • * this total includes the original move to the state

Cialis profesional While growing up my social skills had to adapt to fitting in very quickly. Cialis profesional Children can be cruel especially to outsiders. Cialis profesional I gained skills other people didn’t have and knew how to get people to like me. Cialis profesional If I had a list of the people I have touched in my life it would probably fill a room. Cialis profesional This is going to be the first entry in the Chronology of Ken Villines. Cialis profesional I really need to find trace where I have been and where this life has taken me. Cialis profesional Keep checking back if you are interested.

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December 16, 2004

I worked for Media 100 (video editing software & hardware) in a former life. I have just been re-introduced to that life by joining a new Yahoo! group setup for M100 Alumni. I would like to thank Matt Allard for coming up with a great idea!

If anyone from the group reads this leave a comment.

Happy holidays to all!!

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May 15, 2004

I was thinking about growing up today and 1981 came to mind. I was in fifth grade and living in Memphis. I spent most of my time playing Putt-Putt golf, video games, solving Rubik’s Cube, listening to Queen and various other bands of the period, and spending hours trying to get past level 16 on Galaga.

I found that they have a version for the X-box now so I bought it. I also bought it for the Game Boy Advance. When I started playing the game my memories all came flooding back. The small things about how to play the game were second nature after all these years. I made it to level 12. It was my first time to play in probably 18 years. Anyone else enjoy playing Galaga?

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