Monday, January 30, 2006


I haven't said anything in a while, now I feel like it.

Sometimes, I really just don't know what to feel about the world. It seems that everything is just screwed up in the most spectacularly awful way, just thinking about it gives you the world's biggest mindcramp. And then you really don't care who's right and wrong, you just want it to end so you don't have to think about it anymore. For example, the Israel/Palestine conflict. I've grown so frustrated with the issue, I just feel they should just blow eachother into cinders, save the world a big headache. Sometimes having thoughts of total annihilation sooth the soul, even though they are very, very disturbing and simplistic.

This is maybe why I think of ideas for superteams consisting of thinly-veiled parodies of B-Level celebrities and turning certain ideas into physical constructs. Or maybe I've just had too many Dr.Pepper slurpees, combined with a minor dementia. I don't know, LOL.

Sunday, January 22, 2006

Yes. Yes it is.

Saturday, January 21, 2006

I'm just going to write down stuff

Here's some quick opinion ops.

*You should all listen to Guero by Beck. Because you should.

*I don't consider anime a seperate entity from any other cartoon. 'Anime' is just a gaijin term for cartoons from Japan. In Japan, 'Anime' refers to all cartoons. So, all cartoons are anime, and all anime are cartoons. When I watch InuYasha, I look at it the same way I look at Justice League Unlimited (although that's not a very fair judgement, as InuYasha is a pile compared to JLU). Maybe that's why I don't hate anime.

*Bill O'Reilly and his viewers are not be feared, they are to be mocked. They're more likely to blind themselves by drinking laundry detergent than actually affect politics.

*I'm not for gun control. It's in my opinion that if we have a right to bear arms, all the stupid people will eventually shoot eachother and we will be rid of them.

*There's a starman waiting in the sky. He'd like to come and meet us, but he thinks he'd blow our minds.

*DC's One Year Later thing looks awesome, but is supremely lacking in any main titles written by Grant Morrison (I know he just got off Seven Soldiers...but still...)

*McDonalds and Wal-Mart are the villas of Satan. When you enter them, you feel your soul being corrupted every second. But WM does have some good I'll be back.

*Wiggers are worse than emos. Atleast emos can speak coherently and aren't inherently racist.

*I'd like to live in a chocolate city...

*Speaking of JLU, if it is cancelled, I will be very cross with Cartoon Network.

*I'm tired and want to sleep.

Thursday, January 19, 2006

I hate elitists

The internet is full of many people who are really full of themselves. For whatever reason, a specific trait or skill they possess vaults them ahead of everyone else in their mind, and so they feel the need to rub everyone else's faces in it. I know, this is common knowledge to any denizen of any place in this vast void that allow for the display of someone's thoughts and sentiments. However, it was today that I decided to write about it, passing time.
Specifically, I have found this behavior in two groups of people: People who refuse to watch television and vegetarians. Both saeemingly think their choices in life are the best, and thus they are superior to those who don't share these ideals. They display very little respect or knowledge of the other side of the argument, and are only there to belittle their philisophical opponents. This is not decent behavior on their part, and it's the kind of behavior that'll leave their egotistical asses sad and alone. Atleast that would happen in a just world. Which this isn't.

Oh well, I got a big bag of Cadbury Mini Eggs to savor, and that's more important than complaining about elitist pricks on the web.

Monday, January 16, 2006

Game roundup

Thanks to Christmas and the post-Christmas shopping season, I was able to acquire 3 new DS games, which I have played vigorously since then. Here's some perspective:

Animal Crossing: Wild World...if you've played the Gamecube incarnation, you know what to expect. The DS incarnation adds some pretty neat stuff, the most notable being the online play using Nintendo's WiFi online service. I personally haven't been able to find anyone on my fairly large friends list to visit and trade with...poor me. Most of the other additions to the game are frivulous, like the ability to buy and hats and facewear(I've taken a liking to the Geordi LaForge-esque visor). Still, if you enjoyed the first AC, this one will probably be enough to satiate your hunger for room design and talking to airhead neighbors.

Definetly my favorite of the bunch, Castlevania: Dawn of Souls kept me pretty much attached to my DS for 3 or so weeks. This is my first real in-depth experience with a Castlevania title, and damn if it wasn't great. I just kept pushing on, no matter how tough the puzzle or insanely cool & creepy boss, as I tried to clear as much of the map and collect as many little beasty souls as possible. Plus, it comes with an extra mode where you play through the entire castle again as three supporting characters (2 of which are based on the play styles of past Castlevanias), adding even more to the game. I can't recommend this title enough.

Sonic Rush has seemingly been forgotten while I traverse Castlevania, which is a real shame because it is probably the best Sonic game to come out for years. The graphics are a smooth 2D-3D blend, the levels are classic Sonic, and there are two playable characters who, unlike the 3D Adventure titles, are similar enough as not to deviate from the basic style of the series, but different enough to warrant playing through the game as both. If you've been hankering for the kind of speedplay that only the blue guy can provide, then pick up this one. It'll probably keep you busy until the New Super Mario Bros. comes out...

I'm planning on purchasing Mega Man X Collection and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney soon enough (the latter especially, since it's been discontinued by it's publisher).

In other news, the X-Statix: Dead Girl comic is coming out on Wednesday. Do I brave the outside world and make my way to the comic shop to pick it up, maybe with Infinite Crisis#4? Maybe.

Saturday, January 14, 2006

Doo doo doo, da doo doo doo, da doo doo doo doo doo

The Harlem Globetrotters: Goofballs, or the world's most powerful wizards? U-DECIDE!

Anyways, for some reason, I've just been thinking about how much I love these guys for no particular reason. They're my personal Chuck Norris. They also have that amazingly catchy theme song. Plus, like Chuck Norris, they had their own cartoon.

I think I'm going crazy.

Stuff and Cats

Please don't ask me where I find this stuff...

Wednesday, January 11, 2006


Time waste extravaganza!

Live Action Recreation of Punch-Out!!

The Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny

Superfriends meets Office Space

The Spidey's New Clothes

From Marvel's site...

Dubbed 'Iron Spidey' because everyone's favorite mustached, millionare drunk Tony Stark designed it.

I don't think it's bad. It has a Scarlet Spider vibe to it, although I wish they'd gone with a red/blue scheme instead of red/yellow. I'll never truely get used to it, the original is firmly locked in my mind. Not like it matters, if it's real (which it may not be, as I hear), it's only temporary.

Monday, January 09, 2006

He Just Kept Talking...

I've been working on a movie for the past week. It took 5 days to transfer the clips from a friend's computer to mine, and the whole weekend to transfer the clips to Window Movie Maker and edit the movie together. Unfortunately for me, Windows Movie Maker is a pile of horseshit, freezing every 10 minutes. And then I couldn't save thw whole file because it was too big, so I split it into 6 parts. Now it is ready to be burned onto a DVD, which with NeroVision should take about a decade. Atleast it'll be done and I can finally go on with my pathetic life.

Meanwhile, I've discovered the catchiest songs of all time:

All songs-stuck-in-head-all-day effects are you're own fault, you chose to listen to them. And if you don't find them catchy...screw you.

Saturday, January 07, 2006


Random Chuck Norris Facts

Chuck Norris once broke a man's neck with his ass-cheeks. He did this as part of a commercial for his new exercise equipment, The Ass Master-Blaster 5000.

Random Mr.T Facts

Mr. T IS the force. Luke Skywalker is only a fictitious character and Yoda is loosely based on fool he once pitied.

Hours of fun, guaranteed.

Thursday, January 05, 2006


Cute Overload-Cutest site on the internet.

Sorry, no smartass remarks for today.

Tuesday, January 03, 2006


Okay, there's this family show called Mentors that's been on for a couple of years now. The show revolves around kids who use a time machine to bring back famous people form various periods in the past to help them with their personal problems (unlike the rest of us, who can solve them without the aid of time travel). Now, I'm sure the writers of the show aren't really all that interested in real time travel logic, but really: These kids are fucking up time for their own personal gain. Doing what they are doing is creating a plethoa of distortions in the chronal field and messing up the past and future, creating tons of time paradoxes. It's a wonder why they haven't been visited by the Reapers yet.

That's my observation of the day.