2011 to 2012


2011 Quebec Trip

2011 Vacation in Calabogie (near Ottawa), Ontario


6 Responses to 2011 to 2012

  1. Allan Smith says:

    Good day.

    I’ve been an immense fan of StarDestroyer.net and all of its links for well, about a decade. I was wondering if it’s ever going to get completed?


    • Michael Wong says:

      Unfortunately, I haven’t done much work on the site for a long time. I can’t say I’m ever going to “complete” the thing, per se. It’s just something I tinker with occasionally.

  2. J. Hudson says:

    Hey. I absolutly LOVE your star destoryer website and was wondering “Is it possible for you to do a Stargate version too?” Please and Thank you!

  3. Michael Rorman says:

    I like the Star Wars Vs Star Trek site also. I have no debating talent like you under normal circumstances but, after a pitcher I gain bonus powers. I would not champion Star Trek though, I think the Spaceballs would defeat the Empire. I will have to get back with you on the technical specifications of Mega-Maid.

  4. I came to your site looking for a rebuttal to the notion of anything deemed pornographic being misogynistic, and after reading that you and your wife watch porn together, decided to see if you had photos of her. Hey, I’m married to someone who thinks porn is all about self-esteem issues, I’m curious.

    Anyway…uh…there are some photos of Rebecca from 2011, and in one of them some items are pixelated out…and then in others, one of the things pixelated out is the largest item in frame. :-)

    I wouldn’t draw attention to it except that they were edited out in one photo. The pix are sweet imho because it seems like you have a healthy relationship. :-)

    • Michael Wong says:

      Well, my web hosting provider has certain terms of service, which restrict what can and cannot be posted ;)

      Anyway, thanks for writing. It’s too bad about the fact that so many people have to assign terrible psychological motives to porn-watching. It’s not enough that people are just naturally excited by sex; people have to manufacture some sort of “dysfunction” to explain it, eh?

      It reminds me of all the people who are blaming the media for “teens being sexualized”. Yes, of course, it must be the media! It can’t possibly be simple biology and the irrefutable fact that puberty signals the natural development of sexual ability and inclination, right?

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