Thursday, February 17, 2011

Well shit...

The time of the year us airsofters love is coming up quickly. I doubt this year for the 3rd year in a roww i will be able to get out and play the sport i love. All my gear is still back in the Pac NW and i am in minnesota. it would be to much of a hassle to get everything out to MN since i would be sending it right back in the winter time. There is alot going on in my life that is making everything hetic as well but oh well that is life is it not? Here is a Video of my first airsoft game i attended enjoy.

The video is copyright of

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Well shit guys it has been an interesting day for me to say the least. Lots of verbal fights and shit. Well like i have said before i am from the Pac NW Airsoft scene and am a member of AP ( Well lets just say they are some of the most interesting Airsofters i have met to date. A few of my good friends one a few of the best games during the year. One of them is known as Santa Wars which is a donation game for the toys for tots. Anyway enough ramblings for now it is 1 am and i am beat... Literary i am not even joking. Enjoy a few
pictures of my gear.

From bottom to top.
Echo1 M16 with G&P metal Stoner body kit.
Echo1 M4 piece of crap
Limited edition Noveske M4 (Picture showing the Noveske logo and Serial #)
KWA Glock 23f

Monday, February 14, 2011

I Didn't Realize this did you?

Alright guys, I recently found something that had me a bit concerned, and realized that it was putting my adsense account at risk. That something is a privacy policy. I hadn't realized I needed to make one of these, but it's listed clearly in the program policies.

Knowing this, I searched around, and got to finding some instructions and making a privacy policy, which you can all now see linked in the upper right corner of my blog. If you're using adsense, you *must* also have a privacy policy on your site, or risk getting a nice lifetime ban from the program. So, without further ado, here are those instructions:

1. Open my adsense policy from
2. Copy and paste it into notepad.
3. Search and replce my url and replace it with yours.
4. Create a new post on your blog and paste it in.
5. Go to the post options at the bottom of the post window.
6. Set the date and time to before your first post date - i went for 01/01/01 00:00.
7. Add a tag(label) called Privacy Policy (if you'd like...not 100% necessary)
8. Submit the post.
9. Navigate to your Privacy Policy and copy the URL

Now, you need to add a gadget on your blog, like you can see I did.

1. Go to the design tab on your dashboard
2. Edit Layout
3. Click "Add a Gadget" where you would like to place the box
4. Scroll down and select the "HTML/Javascript" Gadget
5. Give it an appropriate title
6. Link your privacy policy using the URL you copied earlier

Add the gadget, and you're done!

Hopefully this post will be helpful to many of you guys, as I can't imagine the frustration I'd feel if I got banned for not doing something as simple as this. The reason Google requires us to post this is because it actually violates US law if we don't, and that can turn around and bite them in the ass. They aren't willing to risk problems with the law just because us small fish don't bother posting a privacy policy. I hadn't known I needed one, but as should be apparent by now, I've added one. Adsense is a great program, that allows us bloggers to receive compensation for doing the writing we all enjoy. The least we can do is abide by the rules, and at the same time, insure our continued use of the program.

I hope this post helped you guys out. If you have any questions/comments, as always, let me know in the comments.

Wow... i totally forgot...

Yea so i actually made this for my Web Engineering class and never actually used it until now... I guess i will use it now for Airsoft scene. I was in the Pacific Northwest when i played Airsoft my current set up is a G&P Limited edition M4. My side arm is a KWA Glock 23f which is currently not obtainable in the US anymore due to glock blowing a fuse. I usually am in Multicam loadout with OD gear. I will provide reviews that i am able to do on my own.

Sunday, September 13, 2009

So this is new to me

Ok so i made this blog for my Web Engineering class and will probably use it also for Airsoft.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

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