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Getting to know Poindexter
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Trying to start off 2012 with a semi-active GTK thread, so here goes:

1.) How's the new(er) heart doing? Would you say you're as recovered as you'll ever be? What do you miss most about your pre-op days? Have you had any slip-ups, or does a fear of death keep you in line?

2.) What made you decide to come back after you left?

3.) If you heard that a guy named Scott got into a fight with a guy named Cadence, who would you hope won the fight, just based off of first names alone?

4.) When you were "under" for your surgery, did you have any visions or immersive dreams (like Tony in the Sopranos while he was in a coma after being shot in the stomach)?

5.) Who are your favorite and least favorite posters throughout the entire history of RJ/SFU/KBC? Favorite board drama?

6.) What would you say is the most profound thought you've ever had in your life?

7.) Being a comic fan, what books would you recommend to someone who hasn't read many comics before, but would like to give them a shot? What are your personal favorites?

8.) If your daughter turned out to be a juggalo, would you try to talk her out of it, or just roll with it until she realized how dumb it was?
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Fuck yeh
Can I nickname you the billion dollar man?
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You don't have to take blood thinners do you?
If so, I hope you never get ed...(can't take Viagra)
Does your shitty exwife actually care you almost died?
How did you meet your gf?
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1.) How's the new(er) heart doing? Would you say you're as recovered as you'll ever be? What do you miss most about your pre-op days? Have you had any slip-ups, or does a fear of death keep you in line?

The "refurbished" heart, as I like to call it, is doing great. It's been a year and three months, so I'd say I'm about as recovered as I can be, with the exception of the denervation. That means that when they removed the old heart to make room for the new heart, they had to sever the nerves that went to the old heart. So the new heart doesn't have the nerves attached. They do grow back in some patients (about 50%,) but it takes years.

The thing I miss most about my pre-transplant days is no doubt marijuana. I used to smoke tobacco as well, but that's not really missed. But I still have dreams about smoking weed like every couple of nights. I always end up feeling guilty that I'm smoking it in my dreams, like I'm fucking up my heart and stuff. It's weird that it's such a big part of my subconscious, but I smoked heavily for like 12 years straight.

No slip-ups, as death does indeed have a hold on me. I can still eat fast food and stuff from time to time, but I do have to be more conscientious about what I eat. But yeah, no cigarettes, alcohol, or marijuana ever again.


2.) What made you decide to come back after you left?


That whole thing was just me being overly dramatic. At the time I left, I had learned from my doctors that I had contracted CMV (cytomegalovirus) and while it's pretty common for people to carry, it can be potentially lethal to those who've had heart transplants and have a suppressed immune system. I started getting really sensitive (you can also thank coming off the Prednisone, which is an evil, evil steroid and anti-rejection drug for my crazy mindset), and ended up taking internets too seriously. I regretted leaving the board like three days after I did it. I still lurked, because I've been on this board since like 2002, and this place has been my homepage since. Eventually, Lub Dub was created, and the rest, as they say, is history.

3.) If you heard that a guy named Scott got into a fight with a guy named Cadence, who would you hope won the fight, just based off of first names alone?


I've always been a fan of rooting for the underdog, and Cadence doesn't seem like he'd stand a chance in hell compared to Scott. Cadence it is. Besides, its meaning is like "rhythmic flow," so that can't be all bad.

4.) When you were "under" for your surgery, did you have any visions or immersive dreams (like Tony in the Sopranos while he was in a coma after being shot in the stomach)?

I remember nothing while I was under, sadly. The last thing I remember pre-transplant was my defibrillator was shocking me so frequently, that I begged the nurses to do something, just to keep me from feeling that horrible pain again. They decided to put me under and intubate me, which while they started with the meds that put me to sleep, was when I was absolutely convinced that it was over, that this would be my last waking moment on earth. Pretty scary, in retrospect.

After being under for almost three days though, waking up with a new heart, and all the meds I was on, I did have some pretty heavy hallucinations when I was "awake." I put that in quotes, as for several days, living just seemed like a giant dreamlike sequence. I was in the cardiovascular intensive care unit, in a solitary room shut off from the rest of the floor, to prevent any sort of illness or infections to get to me. Only my parents, brother, doctors and nurses could visit me directly. My friends and extended family had to stand outside the glass door and wave to me. I didn't realize it was a glass door, and in my drugged-up stupor, I thought it was some sort of projection screen, and my friends were being filmed from another area and projected on the wall for me to see them. Weird.

Also, that drug Prednisone I mentioned can do some really crazy things to your brain. I'd be wide awake, close my eyes for a second, and I'd see what I'd swear to be the inside of my skull. It was dark, with a slight tint of brown, and I could see cracks in the skull. I'd open my eyes, I'd be back in my bed in the hospital. Closed my eyes again, and this time I'm viewing the underbelly of the hospital, where steel girders are jutting into the ground, and cobwebs and dust linger everywhere. Opened my eyes, back in the hospital. Closed them again, it would be pitch black, except for the bright neon red spiderlike veins tracing across my vision. Opened my eyes, back in the hospital. Lather, rinse, repeat.

5.) Who are your favorite and least favorite posters throughout the entire history of RJ/SFU/KBC? Favorite board drama?


Oh wow. There's a lot of favorites. Sweet Candy Nuts/Peezy, MadMastaD, deboma, BHS, Tool, Clyde the Camel, Cage, Malice101, A-Dubb, LizzyJae, Kee, KidEx, Ninjalo, Pryzm/Awesome Possum, Lloyd, Menthol, Dangish, Turdy, Peachfuzz, That Guy, CKY, Fro, I Am Not Avery, Ceallach. There's more, but these are the ones that come immediately to mind. Oh, and especially JuanTwizzle/Ringmaster120/Sarsippius McTwizzle, but that's because he's my real life homie. Wink

Least favorite? Just your typical trolls and contrarians. They crave attention, so I'd rather not name them. They know though.

6.) What would you say is the most profound thought you've ever had in your life?

If you think life sucks and is not worth living, try almost dying. I guarantee it will set your ass straight. I suffered for 20+ years with severe depression, borderline suicidal at times. After my near-death, that all changed. Life is beautiful, and worth everything.

7.) Being a comic fan, what books would you recommend to someone who hasn't read many comics before, but would like to give them a shot? What are your personal favorites?

Well, I've always been a big fan of Batman, and I'd say if you're looking to read superhero stuff, he's probably the best place to start. I just love how Gotham City is responsible for creating and housing all these villains with various psychosis, idiosynchracies, and mental illness. Best Batman stories in my mind would be Batman: Year One, The Long Halloween, Dark Victory, and my personal favorite, The Killing Joke.

Outside of the superhero realm, I'd have to recommend Preacher. It's a Vertigo series, and one of the most twisted stories I've ever read. It features a preacher named Jesse Custer who mysteriously gains the "Word of God", which is the power to tell anyone to do anything. He teams up with his former girlfriend-turned-hitman Tulip, and an Irish vampire named Cassidy. Their mission? To find God, who has been absent from his seat in Heaven for ages, and to make him answer for all the injustice, pain, war, etc. that happened during his absence.

If you enjoy a twisted sense of humor, vampires, S&M clubs, John Wayne movies, conspiracy theories, mocking religion, etc., then Preacher is DEFINITELY for you.

8.) If your daughter turned out to be a juggalo, would you try to talk her out of it, or just roll with it until she realized how dumb it was?

I'd just roll with it, honestly. We all did dumb shit when we were younger. Hell, my buddy from when I lived in Lee's Summit and I were convinced for a time that the city needed superheroes, and that the two of us teenagers who never worked out a day in their lives could certainly fit the bill. We dressed up in thrown together shitty costumes and climbed up onto the roofs of the buildings downtown for a couple of weeks. It was silly. But when you're young, there's no such thing as a bad idea.

Can I nickname you the billion dollar man?


Wouldn't be accurate. I'm more like the half-million dollar man, honestly. Wink

You don't have to take blood thinners do you?


The only thing I take for thinning blood is a daily baby aspirin.

If so, I hope you never get ed...(can't take Viagra)

Haha. Well, that is a shitty part of it all, really. Blunt honesty time here, with having a heart transplant AND the plethora of medications I'm on, I do have erectile function issues. It sucks balls, but I have a patient-as-fuck girlfriend who loves the fuck outta me, and doctors that are running a gamut of tests trying to do anything to help. It's pretty common in transplant patients, sadly. Fortunately, I just got a prescription for Cialis, so things are looking up a bit. Up, haha.

Does your shitty exwife actually care you almost died?

Yeah, quite a bit, actually. She's been pretty good since that happened. I think it opened a lot of people's eyes when it happened. She and her husband are both deadbeats though, and he's not had a job that lasted more than two weeks since they got married like four years ago. They mooch off his mother and grandmother though, so as long as my daughter has a roof over her head, food, and is genuinely happy, I'm okay with it. They're good as parents, but they set a shitty example by not working.

How did you meet your gf?
I actually met her on OKCupid. I've never found those dating sites to work, but we messaged back and forth at length for a good month or so before we even met. We're so much alike, it's scary. She's not your typical chick, she likes to bust balls and be crude as fuck when she does it. Her favorite show is South Park, and she can quote it better than I ever could. She's pretty much the best girlfriend I've ever had. She rocks.
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Met my GF there too...
Also.. Welcome to the straight edge society!

Do you believe that everything happens for a reason?

Do you like Hewey Lewis and the News?

What's your fav DC New 52?

Gonna see The Dark Knight Rises at Midnight?

When you did work what'd you do?

I know your health is still on the upswing how are you able to manage your financial life? Odd jobs? Pimpin? Selling pills? JK..

If you had to define yourself as a comic book character, which one would be you?
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Believe in the supernatural? (ghosts, UFOs, psychic ability, the female orgasm)

What's your favorite music to bump? Least favorite?

Top 5 sexiest posters of all time?

Gunmen break into your home. They tie your daughter and woman up. They tell you to choose between your daughter, woman or youself to take a bullet to the head. Naturally you choose yourself. You have 45 seconds before they will paint your livingroom carpet with your brains. What are your last words?

Where were you on 9/11? How did you react?

Favorite color?

Hoping for more children in the future?

Happiest moment of your life?

Are you a man of God? If so, what religion?

Fondest board memory?

Most disgusting thing you've ever eaten?

Any tat ideas in mind?







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#7
Random question out of curiosity.

Have you had any major adrenaline rushes post transplant and if so do they feel different than they used to?
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#8
Damn, only the first set of ?s answered and GTK already delivers. Gonna be a good read. Poindexter appreesh.
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does it feel weird/diffrent having a different heart? or does it operate normally? thats all i can come up with now, Poindexter appreesh!!!!!!!!
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If you were a monkey and you knew you could never be punished for raping other animals, would you?

If you could go back to your childhood knowing everything you know now, what would you try to change? Do you think you'd be more or less of a dick?

If you could give Batman one gadget or power that he doesn't have, what would it be?
(09-30-2018, 12:03 PM)Nebraska Wrote: I would 100% bet that guy is a beanophile

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Lol @ poindexter smoking weed
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Denervation? Does that mean that you cannot feel your heart beating? If not, what does it mean, exactly?
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do you ever get sick of all the heart questions and wish people would try to relate to you on a different subject? Be honest if so why don't you tell us all a little about yourself so maybe just maybe people can move past the heart and see the man..

I'm on a itouch it sucks typing on so I will come back to post more questions later
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I don't have any questions really that haven't been asked, just chiming in to say Dex could probably do an AMA on Reddit and hit front page. This shit is riveting.
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Honestly cause I wish someone would ask me, but

If you can turn any work into a film, which? You know how when you read a book you can 'see' images of it in your head? If you could choose one of those to broadcast to people, which?
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I don't have a child but I have heard many people say it changes you.. For all the non-breeders here can you list the 3 most positive changes and the 3 negative.. Once again honesty man none of that there is nothing negative about having a child..

What personal pain do you hold on to and use in times of need to gain strength.. We all have that one memory or action in our lives we can't let go no matter how painful it is holding on to
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Do you believe that everything happens for a reason?

Not really. I don't believe in fate. I do believe that times will get tough for everybody at some point in their lives. I also believe that when we persevere through our rough times and our pain, that is the point we truly grow as human beings. I've been through a lot, and I like to think I've grown a lot from it.

Do you like Hewey Lewis and the News?

First off, it's Huey Lewis, and while he's not in any of my Spotify playlists, I dug him back in the 80's, I guess. Power of Love and all that. Back to the Future FTW.

What's your fav DC New 52?

To be honest, I kinda fell off when they decided the universe needed yet another reboot. It felt like one big marketing ploy, and one which I didn't really feel the need to be a part of. I still have my old stories that I like, and eventually, I imagine I'll want to read this New 52 stuff too. Just not right now.

Gonna see The Dark Knight Rises at Midnight?

I'm not one of those "must see at Midnight" kinda guys. I'll wait until like Sunday of that weekend to see it, do it on my own time. As much of a fanboy as I am, I just don't see the need to watch the film the INSTANT it comes out. It'll still be the same movie later on, and a little less crowded.

When you did work what'd you do?

I used to be a high school janitor for about six years. Scoff if you want, but it was a solid job with a decent paycheck and benefits. I worked the evening shift, from 3:30 to Midnight. It was pretty great, I'd throw some podcasts on the mp3 player (usually that day's Howard Stern Show) and clean classrooms all night long. Talked to the teachers that'd stay late, gawked at the cute senior chicks in their tight jeans, and had my run of the place when everybody left.

I can't go back to janitorial work, sadly. With my suppressed immune system, all the germs crawling around a building with that many people wouldn't be in my best interest. However, viewing my heart transplant as a second chance at life, I've enrolled myself in community college this semester. Just a couple of classes, English and math, but I figured it'd be a good way to get my feet wet, as well as give me time to decide what it is I want to do.

I know your health is still on the upswing how are you able to manage your financial life? Odd jobs? Pimpin? Selling pills? JK..

I'm on disability, as well as food stamps. Money's tight, but without the need to buy weed and smokes, it's not too bad. I did sell a shit-ton of my comic collection on eBay for spending cash though.

If you had to define yourself as a comic book character, which one would be you?
I'd have to say Daredevil. I've been through a lot of really rough stuff during my time here on earth, the transplant just being the most recent bout of trials and tribulations. However, despite everything I've been through, I still strive to be a good, kind-hearted person every day.

Believe in the supernatural? (ghosts, UFOs, psychic ability, the female orgasm)

Not in the least (with the exception of the female orgasm, ask me how!) It's not commonly known on the board, but if you're my Facebook buddy, you know that one of my hobbies is magic. I'm a card carrying member of the International Brotherhood of Magicians, and have been in and out of the hobby since I was in high school. Having said that, I'm also a fan of those that debunk such phenomenon, like Penn & Teller and James Randi. I just know how a lot of psychic abilities really work, with gimmicks, gaffs, and just plain bullshit and deception.


What's your favorite music to bump? Least favorite?


I don't follow any particular genre, per se. Some of my favorite bands are Faith No More, Nine Inch Nails, David Bowie, Mindless Self Indulgence, Rehab, They Might Be Giants, mc chris, Marilyn Manson, Childish Gambino, PM Dawn, etc.

I can't stand this stuff they call Country these days. I love some Willie Nelson or Johnny Cash, but all this "mah John Deere tractor and mah pick-up truck and mah boot scootin' boogie and ah fucked mah sister and ain't America neat" bullshit can straight go fuck itself. Formulaic drivel for the white trash lowest common denominator. Pass.


Top 5 sexiest posters of all time?


Sexiest? As in, I'd wanna make sweet, sweet lovin to 'em? Janet Jellyass, Ashleyriot, LizzyJae, Cheeba, and TCG. Anybody remember her?


Gunmen break into your home. They tie your daughter and woman up. They tell you to choose between your daughter, woman or youself to take a bullet to the head. Naturally you choose yourself. You have 45 seconds before they will paint your livingroom carpet with your brains. What are your last words?


My last words would be telling my girlfriend and daughter that I love them with everything inside me, I tell my daughter that I know she'll grow up to be an amazing, confident, beautiful woman, and that I'm infinitely proud of her. I'd then tell them to remember all the good times, and then I'd tell them to run like hell and to not look back.


Where were you on 9/11? How did you react?


Sadly, I woke up around the time the planes hit, my brother told me that planes had just hit the towers, and I yawned, shrugged, and went back to bed. Mind you, I was still half asleep. When I awoke later, I was terrified, in shock, and pretty numb. Coincidentally, it was also the day I asked my baby mama out while at work. I think it was sort of "well, the world's ending, better get a hook-up before we all die."


Favorite color?


Purple.



Hoping for more children in the future?


Uncertain. I know my girlfriend wants children someday, and I'd love to give her that. But only if my daughter knew beyond a shadow of a doubt that I was in no way trying to replace her with a new family, and that she knew she'd be welcomed with open arms no matter what.


Happiest moment of your life?


I have to pick two. When my daughter was born, and when I woke up with a new heart.


Are you a man of God? If so, what religion?


Nope. I'm an atheist. However, I'm not one of those uppity fucks that has to share his opinion every time someone mentions god. I believe what I believe, you believe what you believe. Neither of us really knows who's right. It's just a feeling I have. But I stand firm by it.


Fondest board memory?


The KBC Poindexter Donation Thread. It's in the lockbox, and if you haven't read it, you really should. It's pretty amazing what can happen when one person is at a low point. Everybody banded together, and there's a real sense of love and community in that thread. It's nice to remember the comraderie that existed there, especially with how heated this board can get sometimes.


Most disgusting thing you've ever eaten?


Once, after elementary school, I wanted a snack, but couldn't find anything particularly interesting. We had run out of cereal, so I grabbed a bag of nacho cheese Doritos. Crumbled some up in a bowl, poured some milk on them, and took a big bite. Disgusting. However, I was a very fearful child, and was afraid that if I didn't finish the Dorito cereal, that my mother would punish me for wasting food (news flash: she wouldn't have.) So I sat there and ate the whole bowlful. I couldn't eat Doritos for about 15 years after that.



Any tat ideas in mind?


Possibly, but nothing ever really concrete, as I'm not certain what I'd want on my body for the rest of my life. Maybe something with my daughter's name, or something comic related, or even something magic related. One of these days. We'll see. Smile

Have you had any major adrenaline rushes post transplant and if so do they feel different than they used to?


I have, actually. My girlfriend and I went to a waterpark over the summer, and some of those big waterslides really sent an adrenalin surge through me. I noticed it felt more intense (could be just because I hadn't had a big surge in quite some time), but I noticed it left me quite shaky the first few times.

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More on the way!
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does it feel weird/diffrent having a different heart? or does it operate normally?

It doesn't feel the least bit different. I know, it's not the answer you're hoping for, and honestly, I thought it'd feel at least a little bit different, but nope. Operates normally as well. The only noticeable things are the scars on my chest.

If you were a monkey and you knew you could never be punished for raping other animals, would you?

Nope. I'd hate to make animals cry. Especially pandas.

If you could go back to your childhood knowing everything you know now, what would you try to change? Do you think you'd be more or less of a dick?

I think I'd try to be more confident and less of a victim. I took my share of bullying as a kid, and now that I'm grown, I wish I had a time machine to go back and tell my younger self to tell the bullies to suck a bag of dicks. Seriously, so much of my middle school era would've been better served if I would've just manned up and George McFly'd a Biff.

If you could give Batman one gadget or power that he doesn't have, what would it be?

The power to get over his parents' death. Seriously dude, maybe some bat-therapy?

Denervation? Does that mean that you cannot feel your heart beating? If not, what does it mean, exactly?

Well for starters, when my heart is at rest, it typically beats between 90 and 110 bpm. While that sounds a bit high, it's normal for transplant cases. Any change in the rate of my heart is dependent on adrenaline, as opposed to the nerves telling it to raise or lower in rate. This basically means it can take up to 10 minutes or so for the sinus node to pick up the message about the heart rate, rather than a direct brain impulse. This also means it takes quite a while for my heart to return to a normal rate after exercise.

What's all that mean? Essentially, if I don't warm up before climbing a big amount of stairs (like several flights) or riding a bike, I'll get really winded really easily.

Another effect of denervation is that if I won't ever feel chest pain should something arise that could cause it, such as coronary artery disease. That's kind of a blessing and a curse, I guess.

do you ever get sick of all the heart questions and wish people would try to relate to you on a different subject? Be honest if so why don't you tell us all a little about yourself so maybe just maybe people can move past the heart and see the man..

Nope. I never get tired of telling my story. It's an awful big part of me now, and I'm proud to be a survivor. It wasn't anything I did to cause the heart failure, as the whole thing was genetic. I hope that by answering some of these other questions, I'm telling you a bit more about myself.

Let's see, though. I'm a self-professed comic book geek, a magician (illusions and tricks, not that lame Wicca shit), I love going to thrift stores and looking at random junk, I enjoy board games, card games, and video games, and my favorite kinds of food are Italian and Chinese. My favorite porn star is Velicity Von, although that changes pretty regularly. Anything else? Smile

If you can turn any work into a film, which? You know how when you read a book you can 'see' images of it in your head? If you could choose one of those to broadcast to people, which?

Interesting question. It's a toss-up between Alan Moore's Batman: The Killing Joke, and Garth Ennis' Preacher comic series.

I don't have a child but I have heard many people say it changes you.. For all the non-breeders here can you list the 3 most positive changes and the 3 negative.. Once again honesty man none of that there is nothing negative about having a child..

Positives:
1. You get to see little things they do that remind you of yourself when you were young.
2. You get to introduce them to things that interest you, and find out their interests as well.
3. You have a little human that relies on you to take care of them, as without you, they couldn't themselves.

Negatives:
1. Punishing them. It sucks, and it's no fun, but it's something that needs to be done when they've done wrong. Making my daughter sit in time-out and watching her slowly burst into tears because she knows what she did was wrong is pretty heart wrenching. But I love that little kid.

2. If you have valued possessions, keep them out of reach of your young child. I've had more than one of my comics ruined because a rambunctious three year old got hold of it.

3. Diapers. Obviously only for the baby set, but it's foul. I know I'm reaching for negatives here, but I genuinely love being a father.

What personal pain do you hold on to and use in times of need to gain strength.. We all have that one memory or action in our lives we can't let go no matter how painful it is holding on to

Personal pain? Well...

I lost my best friend to a drunk driver when I was in eighth grade.

My cousin walked into a hospital, sat in the corner of the waiting room, put a gun to her chest, and left this world.

While living with my baby mama, her jealous ex-husband sent one of his thug friends over to our place to beat my ass. He put me in the hospital for three days. This was the beginning of the end of my relationship with my daughter's mom.

Went to court over the assault, he got off scott free, because the defense lawyer put doubt in the jury's mind. Since I tested positive for heavy marijuana usage at the hospital, she implied that I may have swung first, and blacked out, hence not remembering how the events went down. Also, it was the before Thanksgiving, and had the jury found the assailant guilty, they would've had to come back the day AFTER Thanksgiving, and couldn't be bothered with that.

I became a shut-in for a good year after the assault. I didn't know the person that assaulted me, so in my mind I felt like anyone could attack me at any time.

When my ex found out that we were through, she threatened to take my daughter and move three states away. I was borderline suicidal at that point, and if she had succeeded, I sincerely doubt I'd be here today. Needless to say, I took her to court over it, and guaranteed that she couldn't move out of state with my little girl.

That's a nice little sampler platter of my personal pain. There's more, but that's a good start. Enjoy!
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Damn dude, your baby momma sounds like some grade A trash. What was the final straw in that relationship?
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dex, im not one of KBC's assclown trolls, im delighted your ticker functions well
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What's the funniest thing you've seen in a porn?

How many people from message boards have you met in real life?

What country have you always wanted to visit?

What is your dream job?

Have you ever thought about becoming a public speaker to speak upon your experiences as a survivor and why it's important to maintain good health?

What is your favorite shirt that you own?

If someone either here or in real life came up to you and told that reading your story as a survivor changed your life what would your reaction be?



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Poindexter apreesh.
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I also enjoy thrift store shopping.. Ever find a mega score? What are some of your favorite finds?

Your asked to speak infring of your childs class.. What is the one piece of advice you are sure to give?

Have you ever helped a complete strange in a some what significant way?
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This is one of the better GTK threads I've read in a while. Kudos to all involved.
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^^^
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I'm almost never in the chat, but that's the one night I was. I remember that!
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How did you meet 120?

If you iPod straight busted and you had only 5 possible albums you could jam because unfortunately you're deserted on a remote tropical island, what would they be?

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Damn dude, your baby momma sounds like some grade A trash. What was the final straw in that relationship?

For quite a while, it was the assault that broke the camel's back. But after the trial was over and things settled down, I tried to go back. I mainly did it for my daughter, but relationships are like an expensive vase. If it gets broken, you can glue the pieces back together, and it'll still serve its purpose as a vase. But the more it gets broken, the harder it is to piece back together, and eventually, it's useless and beyond repair. I think that there were just too many hard feelings during the time between the assault and when we tried again. She felt abandoned, I felt betrayed, etc.

dex, im not one of KBC's assclown trolls, im delighted your ticker functions well

Thanks buddy!

What's the funniest thing you've seen in a porn?

I dunno. Most pornos that try to be funny usually fail. I especially hate the male pornstars that think they're fucking hilarious, making stupid faces at the camera and retarded third grader jokes. I'm not watching porn to see you, pal. In fact, keep your face out of the frame.

Having said that, there was this one video I downloaded once called Humilidate. It was these two hot chicks that picked up this fat nerdy fuck and proceeded to mess with him sexually while making fun of him. Then one put her mouth on the head of his cock and he immediately spunked. They sat there and pointed and mocked him relentlessly. I giggled.

How many people from message boards have you met in real life?

The only people I've met are JuanTwizzle/120 (but I knew him before this board) and Mayson. Both are really awesome people.

What country have you always wanted to visit?

Japan. Visiting Tokyo is on my bucket list. That place is so different, it'd be the closest thing to visiting another planet, IMO.

What is your dream job?

Pornstar. Getting paid to fuck hot chicks? Yes please.

Have you ever thought about becoming a public speaker to speak upon your experiences as a survivor and why it's important to maintain good health?

Honestly, not really. One, because my heart problems were genetic, and even if I had lived the healthiest of lifestyles, things would've probably still went the way they did. Two, because I don't really like making things about myself. I'll tell the story to anyone that wants to hear it, but in reality, I'm just one of a gazillion survivors on this earth. I didn't do anything but let doctors do what they do best. Cancer survivors deserve more credit, honestly. Those fuckers have to fight, and fight HARD. Respect.

What is your favorite shirt that you own?

Wow, good question. I have so many fun t-shirts, they tend to at least get one comment every time I'm out in public. I especially enjoy the Threadless line of shirts. Can't pick a favorite, but I have a Superman shirt that says "Say No to Kryptonite", a WWBD (What Would Batman Do?) shirt, an MSI shirt that I really love, a couple of Threadless zombie shirts, etc. I love my t-shirts, and I always make sure they represent me and what I'm all about.

If someone either here or in real life came up to you and told that reading your story as a survivor changed your life what would your reaction be?

I'd be really touched, and probably offer them a hug.

I also enjoy thrift store shopping.. Ever find a mega score? What are some of your favorite finds?

Let's see, once I found a Colecovision with an Atari 2600 adapter, and a shitload of cartridges for $10. Snatched that shit up lightning fast. My girlfriend and I always go check out what board games are available, since they're cheap fun. We recently picked up a game called You've Been Sentenced!, where you are dealt ten cards, and each card has five words on it. You have to take a word from each of the cards and try to make a sentence from them. Good stuff, and often really funny.

Your asked to speak infring of your childs class.. What is the one piece of advice you are sure to give?

Laugh often, and laugh hard. Life's too short to not see the absurdity of it. Enjoy it, and don't take it too seriously.

Have you ever helped a complete strange in a some what significant way?

I've helped change a stranger's tire, I've given change to homeless people. I can't think of anything major. I did once pay for the person behind me in the drive-thru line. But it was a hot chick. Tongue

Do you remember that one time in chat like a year ago where you were wearing your daughter's princess tiara thing and I came back and had the same one?! How fun was that shit?!

I totally do! Was nice to see I wasn't the only dad of a princess daughter on the chatroom that night! Although if you were a regular in Tinychat, you'd know that I'd dress up often (or show up with my junk tucked between my legs, Silence of the Lambs style.)

How did you meet 120?

We both worked at the same inbound call center. I noticed he looked like Rob Zombie, and he noticed my Mankind "Have a Nice Day" t-shirt. The rest, as they say, is history. Smile

If you iPod straight busted and you had only 5 possible albums you could jam because unfortunately you're deserted on a remote tropical island, what would they be?

Oh shit, you're a cruel, cruel man, Clyde. Wink I'll try.

1. Marilyn Manson - Mechanical Animals
2. Faith No More - Angel Dust
3. Mindless Self Indulgence - If
4. David Bowie - Outside
5. Green Day - 21st Century Breakdown
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(12-06-2011, 05:57 PM)That Guy Wrote: Poindexter eats heart attacks for breakfast.

(02-05-2014, 10:05 PM)Chris Wrote: There is more evidence to suggest that Poindexter is cursed than there is to suggest god exists.

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Exactly!
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(12-06-2011, 05:57 PM)That Guy Wrote: Poindexter eats heart attacks for breakfast.

(02-05-2014, 10:05 PM)Chris Wrote: There is more evidence to suggest that Poindexter is cursed than there is to suggest god exists.

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Who wins tonight? LSU or Alabama?
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