I finished the Assassin’s Creed Experience parkour course! I was pretty fast too! I think I’m ready for American Ninja Warrior next year! lol And the first ever female ANW finalist Kacy Catanzaro went right after me!

Are you still making videos on Youtube?
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I am, I just ended up taking a much longer than planned break from it all, which is honestly my way of saying I’m really good at coming up with excuses that prevent me from really doing anything with my life… But I did start an iTunes/SoundCloud podcast with my cousins a few weeks ago called Talk-o Tuesdays and I’m in every episode, so that’s one way to find content of me. And if you aren’t already, follow me on Twitter. I’m pretty good about tweeting and I like to believe I’m somewhat funny.

I will be back on YouTube soon though. I know I haven’t been posted any videos recently, but I have a lot of video ideas ready to go. I literally have MONTHS of notes and plans for videos that I’ll be shooting again probably this week or next week, depending on how well some events in my life play out. So yeah, soon. I promise.

Miss y’all! Stay Scrumptious!

7/15/14

Think about someone you really love. Someone you really care about. Now imagine them dead, gone and never to be seen again, except in photos, videos, and your own memories. You will never be able to touch them again, speak to them again, or create new moments with them ever again.

Sometimes, us humans forget that we are simply living organisms, no different than a bug or an animal, and any one of us, at any given time, can be the next one to die.

So many of us get caught up in our every day lives, our social spheres, new technology, and futures that we lose sight of the people and things that truly matter. Even if you step away for just a moment, that could be all it takes for it all to go away.

It’s very easy to lose out on the opportunities you have right in front of you, so I urge you, take advantage of them while you still can. You never know when it will be your last.

With love… Stay Scrumptious, y’all.

I’m happy to finally be able to introduce the “Talk-o Tuesday” podcast, featuring myself and Vincent Narciso! This particular episode also includes Darrien Birosel and discusses why it is that compliments are harder to receive than insults. Honestly, it’s a little amateurish and awkward at times, but we’re still new to this, so give us a chance to get better. This is also Episode 2, so if you’re interested in hearing more, check out our SoundCloud to hear Episode 1! YouTube videos of the episodes will be coming out soon as well! Follow us and tune in every Tuesday at 2PM for a new episode of Talk-o Tuesday. Enjoy!

peopleprojectsf:

"What’s one of the happiest moments of your life?""Uhh… The fact that it hasn’t happened yet. It keeps happening, I keep having great moments. So I can’t pick one, if anything it would be the knowledge that there’s another one coming." #PeopleProjectSF
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peopleprojectsf:

"What’s one of the happiest moments of your life?"
"Uhh… The fact that it hasn’t happened yet. It keeps happening, I keep having great moments. So I can’t pick one, if anything it would be the knowledge that there’s another one coming." #PeopleProjectSF

Question

Out of curiosity, has anyone played on Superdudes.net before or remember it? It was this battling website in the early 2000’s where you made your own custom card and fought other people online. I’m gonna feel like the biggest loser nerd if no one knows that the hell I’m talking about lol

peopleprojectsf:

"He really likes sprinklers and back flips in them, but he actually hurt his back so I have to carry him. He’s heavier than he looks." #PeopleProjectSF
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peopleprojectsf:

"He really likes sprinklers and back flips in them, but he actually hurt his back so I have to carry him. He’s heavier than he looks." #PeopleProjectSF

peopleprojectsf:

"What’s something San Francisco has taught you?""It was the relationship. When I was in the relationship I was spending time with her doing San Diego things with her. Being inside a lot, being with each other and not trying anything new.  When it ended, it was different because I didn’t know what to do at that point. So it forced me to try new things, I started hiking and exploring SF on my own. Hanging out with people I didn’t really know or talk to. When I go back, I don’t want to go back to who I was. I mean, I like who I am now, I improved a lot.” 
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Shout out to this guy right here. My very first friend I met on the very first day of class; we had a moment where we just clicked from the get go back in 2011. Now three years into college, he’s moving back home in San Diego due to personal reasons. The first highlight of one of the people behind the scenes of this project, setting up and modding the website. This is the tribute. (He didn’t know I was putting him on)#PeopleProjectSF

Lol this dude is too good to me! Super grateful to have met him and can honestly say he is one of the very few friends I cherish the most in this world. If it wasn’t for him, I probably wouldn’t have lasted in San Francisco for as long as I did, I never would’ve had the opportunity to meet and befriend so many awesome people, and I never would’ve learned how much I truly love this city. So seriously, thank you for, bro! And thank God for thongs! Lol! And if you aren’t already, go follow People Project SF, a super freaking awesome collaborative photo project, mostly done by him, that I help with from a technological aspect hahaha. Seriously! Go! When’s the last time you heard someone describe something as “super freaking awesome”?
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peopleprojectsf:

"What’s something San Francisco has taught you?"
"It was the relationship. When I was in the relationship I was spending time with her doing San Diego things with her. Being inside a lot, being with each other and not trying anything new.  When it ended, it was different because I didn’t know what to do at that point. 
So it forced me to try new things, I started hiking and exploring SF on my own. Hanging out with people I didn’t really know or talk to. When I go back, I don’t want to go back to who I was. I mean, I like who I am now, I improved a lot.” 

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Shout out to this guy right here. My very first friend I met on the very first day of class; we had a moment where we just clicked from the get go back in 2011. Now three years into college, he’s moving back home in San Diego due to personal reasons. The first highlight of one of the people behind the scenes of this project, setting up and modding the website. This is the tribute. (He didn’t know I was putting him on)
#PeopleProjectSF

Lol this dude is too good to me! Super grateful to have met him and can honestly say he is one of the very few friends I cherish the most in this world. If it wasn’t for him, I probably wouldn’t have lasted in San Francisco for as long as I did, I never would’ve had the opportunity to meet and befriend so many awesome people, and I never would’ve learned how much I truly love this city. So seriously, thank you for, bro! And thank God for thongs! Lol!

And if you aren’t already, go follow People Project SF, a super freaking awesome collaborative photo project, mostly done by him, that I help with from a technological aspect hahaha. Seriously! Go! When’s the last time you heard someone describe something as “super freaking awesome”?