Under heaven and sky doeth one rule reign: All that is united will surely divide, and all that is divided will surely unite.
Greetings, mortals. You can call me "Daniel" if you like, or "COT", or just "CrazyOldTeenager". I'm into a number of games, but because of my really lame PC, I can't get most of the good ones. Some of the games I currently play (or played at one point) include:
Age of Empires II + Conquerors' Expansion
ArmA: CWA (currently playing)
Battle for Middle Earth + ROTWK Expansion
Battlefield 2 (loved that one, but Multiplayer never worked. I might have better luck with 2142)
Halo PC (currently playing)
M&B Warband (currently playing)
Star Wars: Battlefront II (currently playing)
Star Wars: Empire at War + FOC Expansion
Another reason I can't play some games is because of lag issues, mainly because I live here in China, which by the way, has the lamest freaking internet in the universe. Unfortunate as it may be, many Western companies don't operate here, due to the fact that their Chinese competitors tend to make pathetic clones of their beloved products. Heck, there's even a ripoff for Arm and Hammer baking soda. While there are a few good quality games that a lot of Chinese play, my PC does not meet the requirements for most of them. In the meantime, I'll just keep saving up for my new PC, and hope that PlanetSide 2 eventually sets up servers for China and the rest of Asia.
BOOOOM HEADSHOT!! :P
My mother runs a forum dedicated to those who are using diet therapy as a means of controlling epileptic seizures. One of the users on my mother's forum, Heather, has a daughter with epilepsy. Her daughter, Devyn has Angelman's syndrome, and is on the Modified Atkins diet to control her seizures. She's an amazing little girl who's been brave and strong throughout her battle with epilepsy. Devyn has a service dog, who helps her during seizures and her everyday activities. She is also accompanied by an aid, since Devyn's condition impairs her speech abilities.
Unfortunately, the school Devyn studies at has refused to allow her service dog to school, stating that a student may only have a service dog if they are able to verbally command the dog. Devyn's aid on the other hand, is perfectly able to control the dog, and has stated on numerous occasions that she'd do whatever it takes to accompany Devyn to school. However, the school still stubbornly refuses to allow her dog access into the school. Not only is the school denying a student her medical needs, and barring Devyn from getting her education, this is also a case of brutal discrimination against an individual who suffers from a physical and neurological disability.
We need your help to sign a petition so this situation will change and Devyn will not be denied the medical service dog that doctors have determined she needs.
The Petition: Change.org
You can read up more about Angelman's syndrome here: En.wikipedia.org's_syndrome