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Thursday, March 31, 2011

School sucks

I keep forgetting to post because of all the ridiculous amounts of homework I keep getting. Also the other day in school I eavesdropped on an argument between two girls in the restroom. (No I don't consider it rude to eavesdrop on arguments in public places.) Anyway one chick was warning another to stay away from a guy. The second girl then says something about the first acting like a jerk to her, and then the conversation goes like this...

Girl one: What's going on?

Girl two: I don't know what's going on.

Girl one: How do you not know?

long silence (I'm standing around a wall listening to this, just so you know.)

Girl one: Well there's a lot of things I've been really confused about besides him, and this is why I was contemplating suicide and I...(Runs out sobbing)

Girl two: Rachel!

Well that was odd. Although that seems like a dumb reason to kill yourself. "I'm confused! I know! I'll kill myself!" Anyway eavesdropping is fun, learn about things you weren't supposed to hear. I always eavesdrop on my parent's arguments. Also you know what day of the week people are twice as likely to kill themselves on?
That right! WEDNESDAY. I really don't know why, I mean sure the weekend is far on both sides, but it's not really 'gun in your mouth' worthy. Ok and now for an true unsolved mystery brought to you from Cracked.com

The victim was found dead at 6:30 am, December 1, 1948, under a street lamp at Somerton Beach in Australia. And with that, we have exhausted everything we know about the man. It's the things we don't know that have been baffling authorities ever since. Including the meaning of the apparently uncrackable secret code he left behind.

But more on that in a moment. Things first started to lurch towards the creepy when police noticed that all his clothes' identification marks had been removed. They were eventually and painstakingly able to place a jacket to America, which was strange because his dental records and fingerprints didn't match anyone who'd ever lived there... or anywhere else in the world. It was like the guy had never existed. So the cops must have been half expecting it when the coroner returned with the cause of death: "Sudden, acute onset of damned if I know."

The autopsy evealed exceptional health, a half-digested pasty in his stomach, and congestion in his brain and stomach that would have been consistent with poisoning if, you know, they'd found even a trace of poison anywhere in his body. For good measure, his spleen was three times too big.

Every breakthrough seemed to increase the mystery. They discovered a brown suitcase that had apparently belonged to the man but that only revealed more clothes with the tags removed, and the aforementioned jacket.The cops also discovered a secret pocket in the man's pants, which contained a scrap of paper with the words "Tamam Shud" printed on it (the words meaning "ended" or "finished").

The text looked like it was a scrap torn from a book. And it turned out it was; from a collection of poems called The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. And not just any Rubaiyat, but a specific translation, and an extremely rare one at that.This was pointed out after police did an Australia-wide search as if the book was the ark of the goddamn covenant, presumably braving Indiana Jones-esque temples and solving ancient aboriginal riddles before some dude mentioned he found a copy of that exact book in the back seat of his car right around the time and location of death.

Sure enough, "Tamam Shud" was missing from the books pages. Instead of a library card with the dead man's name printed on it or something even a little bit helpful, the book contained the clue that would take the mystery from "spooky" to "officially starting to piss us off."

In the back of the book, the cops found this codeWas the code the result of a disturbed mind, or chronic boredom, perhaps? Turns out, no. The most recent attempt to solve the case found the letters aren't random, just some mysterious cipher nobody was familiar with. Can you solve it? If so, you're about to be famous, considering people have been trying for more than 60 years.

Thursday, March 24, 2011

The Spanish national soccer team



Are hot. Anyways, I think I'll dedicate this post to men in the past who I think were good looking. First off I think I may have found that real life Legolas... too bad he's dead. Say hello to Richard Cromwell, who was king of England for 9 months.Not bad, not bad at all he looks intelligent. Next we have George custer, who was a douche, but he wasn't a half bad looking one eh?Do you think his last words were "Not the hair!"?. Next is another Monarch of England's and he's quite a bit closer to present day. King George the 6th, 1940-46.
Nice. And now for something interesting. Walt Whitman, who was good looking while younger and grew up into Santa claus.

A gay Santa Claus who was good at poetry lol. At least he looked wise when he was old, some people just end up looking creepy. I hope I don't look creepy when I'm old, or maybe I do. Then I could wander around in a Grim Reaper outfit and scare the hell out of people. Oh well have an ok day.

Monday, March 21, 2011

random quotes from random places

I am the spirit of dark and lonely water...

These words are my own from my heart flow,

It's over 9000!

"What about a stake through the heart?"
"That would kill anyone."

Number 9, number 9, number 9

Evil Tim has beckoned them!

Not for what we live, but for whom we live.

Wanna hear how I got these scars?

Because outside this tunnel I saw a centipede that had hundreds and hundreds of legs!

Puff the magic dragon lived by the sea

Were we deaf? Dumb? Blind?!

You may fire when ready

We're going to cure death?

Are you a good witch or a bad witch?

Look at the stars, look how they shine for you, and all the things you do.

Believe the Rainbow. Taste the Rainbow.

Once there was an ugly Barnacle. He was so ugly that everyone died. The end!

"Where did you get the tank?"
"uhhhhh Internet?"

Memento Mori

He hates as a grown man hates

The things I do for love

You say 'erbs and we say herbs, because there's a f**king H in it.

"...Counting sheeps, and froggy leaps, touching Harold innapropriately while he sleeps."
"Hey!"

Fusosososososososo! It's a magical charm to help cheer you up!

That's all folks!

Sunday, March 20, 2011

The Mayans

Were a crazy and creepy society. They all vanished a couple hundred years and scientists still can't figure out what happened to them. And when I say vanished, I mean vanished. There were no bones left except for a few in sacrificial places, but not enough to account for the thousands of people gone. There was corn left out half ground up as if whoever was grinding it just got up and left. Most possessions were still in the houses, and there was no sign of packing. So basically all scientists can figure is that they all just got up one day, walked out into the jungle and were never heard from again. The Mayans aren't the only ones to just disappear randomly. There wasn't just the Roanoke colony either. There's been lot's of weird disappearances in the past. Here's a list of some interesting ones.

53 B.C- Ambiorix was, together with Catuvolcus, prince of the Eburones, leader of a Belgic tribe of north-eastern Gaul, where modern Belgium is located. According to the writer Florus, Ambiorix and his men managed to cross the Rhine and disappear without a trace.

1779- Thomas Lynch Jr. signatory of the Declaration of Independence boarded a ship bound for the West Indies with his wife and was never seen again.

1809- Benjamin Bathurst, a British diplomat, disappeared from an inn in Perleberg.

1848- Khachatur Abovian, Armenian writer and national public figure of the early 19th century, left his house early one morning and was never heard from again.

1890- Louis Le Prince, a motion picture pioneer, disappeared after boarding a Paris-bound train at Dijon. (Probably a victim of the Rail-Tracer.)

1919- Ambrose Small, Canadian millionaire, disappeared from his office. He was last seen at 5:30 pm on December 2, 1919, at the Grand Opera House in Toronto.

1937- Theodore Cole and Ralph Roe escaped Alcatraz prison and disappeared. Authorities presumed that they drowned, but no bodies were ever recovered.

1944- Szilveszter Matuska, Hungarian mass-murderer known as "The Train Killer", escaped from jail in 1944 and was never recaptured or seen again.

1955- The crew and passengers of the 69-foot merchant vessel Joyita, which disappeared in the South Pacific; the Joyita was found five weeks later, partially submerged and listing heavily, with no one on board.

1969- April Fabb a 13 year old girl, Went missing in mysterious circumstances from Metton, Norfolk, UK.

1971- D.B Cooper, Skyjacker, collected a ransom of US$200,000 and then parachuted from the rear stairs of a Boeing 727 at a height of 10,000 feet, somewhere between Seattle Washington and Portland Oregon. He was never seen again after the incident.

These disappearances really are quite interesting aren't they? Where did they go? We may never know.

Saturday, March 19, 2011

More News!

Several nations have fired missles at Qaddafi's forces. Obama has actually said we're not going to be sending in ground troop, which I think is a smart decision. Good on you Obama you're 5% smarter than I took you for. You've gone from -20% to -15%. Now if only you could get your numbers back into the positive scale. Truth be told he was at -15% yesterday, but it went down to -20 when I heard he was in Brazil. In other news, Knut the Polar bear died :(. I really liked him too. Also tonight the moon is going to be a freakishly huge full moon, yay.

Morning

Odd I actually woke up relatively early on my own. I'll post the next chapter of my story later today. I checked the news too. Obama is in Brazil for some reason, stuff is getting irradiated in Japan, and Qaddaffi is an ass who shoots down planes. People are psychotic.

Thursday, March 17, 2011

I like finding new songs

This song is great.



Have an ok day.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

hip hip....whatever

I got a day off of school yesterday because they were having electricity issues. Yay.... except for the fact that I was going to go on a field trip to the art museum yesterday, and now I didn't get to go.

Monday, March 14, 2011

My ancestors

Were not Greek. My English Teacher tells us to "call" upon our Greek ancestors whenever we're going over Greek words. Too bad my ancestors were the Normans. I wish I could learn more about my really ancient ancestors. That's as far back as I could trace the line on one side of the family. I have no idea about the other side.

Saturday, March 12, 2011

Disasters

are....well bad. Poor Japan can't get a break. Earthquake then a Tsunami, then a nuclear power plant melts down. Now all we need is for the Yellowstone Caldera and Mount Vesuvius to erupt. Both of those are actually overdue. Speaking of Mount Vesuvius it actually preserved the town of Pompeii well enough to recover graffiti from the walls of its buildings. Here are some of the funnier ones.

Outside a resturant: The finances officer of the emporer Nero says this food is poison.
Gladiator Barracks: Antiochus hung out here with his girlfriend Cithera.
Gladiator Barracks: Celadus the Thracian Gladiator is the delight of all the girls.
On an atrium wall: Whoever does not believe in Venus should gaze at my girlfriend.
Merchant House: Atimetus got me pregnant.
Basilica: Epaphra, You are bald!
Basilica: Oh walls you have held up so much tedious graffiti that I am amazed you have not already collapsed in ruin.

There's a lot more but, like today, most of them have to do with sex.
(Mostly guy on guy) well it was Rome where pretty much anything went.

Well I feel sorry for those in Japan. I do seriously hope there's not as many dead as the estimates are saying.

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Creeeeeepy

Ok I often check up on the Russian news website Itar tass. It's got what you would expect on it, things like terrorists shooting themselves whilst conveniently on a firing rage. But I discovered something scary. I went to their 'world' news and the countries the stories involved went like this...

Belarus
China
Yemen
Lithuania
Belarus
Indonesia
Georgia
Japan
Yemen
Kyrgyzstan
Latvia
Latvia... again
Serbia
USA
Kyrgyzstan
Iran
Jordan
Ukraine
Estonia
Korea
Belarus
Belarus
USA
Sweden ...wtf?
Japan
Ukraine
Ukraine
Ukraine o_0
Kazakhstan
Belarus
Ukraine
Libya
Lithuania

The list goes on and on...

If you're not noticing a pattern then you don't know what countries composed the former Soviet Union (The ones mentioned in the above list are Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Belarus, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Kyrgyzstan and Georgia). Every two or less news stories about the 'world' are usually about countries that used to be in the Soviet Union. Russia seems to have a bit of a stalker issue.

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Really random facts about me.

Because....well why not?

Hmmm I've got to think of something. I guess I'll just do 30 facts about myself for a random number.


30.The only animal I hate is the mosquito, because they love me.
29.I always win at the straight face game, because people often get really close to try and make you laugh, and with my personal bubble it just annoys me. So I am able to keep a stern face.
28.I'm going to visit every country in the world or die trying.
27.I'm one of those few people that find Sphinx cats and Chinese crested dogs cute.
26.I'm absolutely convinced my house is haunted by something, and whatever it is, it lives in the attic.
25.Slugbugs have always been my favorite car.
24.I would never cut my hair so short that it showed my ears.
23.Children always seem to like me for some reason.
22.I get a bad headache if my ears get cold.
21.I used to hate anime and now I only like about 10% of it.
20.I have come up with 26 stick figure characters that I draw regularly and also a stick figure for every state and one for every european countries' capital.
19.I can sing 2 songs in Japanese... I'm working on more.
18.I'm going to take Russian in college.
17.I have three W.O.C's(weapon of choice). Sub machine guns, Cleavers, and Aluminum Baseball bats.
16.I like to spy on people and happenings. Typical nosey neighbor I guess.
15. I can pretty much sleep anywhere as long as my life is not in immediate danger. I've fallen asleep standing up, on the ground, in a closet, at a desk, under a bridge, in a cave, and in a tree.
14.I have tresspassed on private property in four different states!
13.I have quite a talent for remembering song lyrics.
12.Daft Punk is my favorite band.
11.I think stereotypes are hilarious.
10.Once I latch on to an idea I never let go of it.
9.I am a capitalist at heart, cheap and a tad greedy.
8.I never imitated the disney princesses like Sleeping beauty or snow white. I imitated Mulan and tried to cut my hair because I thought she was cool. That's also the reason I had bangs throughout my childhood because my mom had to fix it.
7.I still have more sympathy for animals than people.
6.If I hurt myself badly I'll often curse in a different language.
5.My favorite looney toons characters are Pepe le pew and Daffy Duck.
4.My favorite cartoon as a kid was Ed Edd n Eddy.
3.I used to get up every night at midnight to watch the Twilight zone, and afterwards I would switch over to adult swim to watch Futurama.(I do believe that was from ages 8-13.)
2.I don't support pairing House up with Cuddy on House M.D, I still like the show though.
1.I once swallowed a penny by mistake.

Well there 31 really random facts about me. Have an ok day.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Pet peeves

I need to rant so here I go. I have quite a few things that irk the hell out of me, so I made a top 25 list.

25. People who scrape forks against the plate.(It's not that damn hard to not do it.)
24.The colour pink.(I hate hate hate this colour.)
23.When people try to correct me on spelling when I'm spelling it in the British fashion (a.e favourite, colour, grey, ect.)
22.When someone lets ice cream melt and then licks it off the side of the cone. (I don't know why but this just bugs the hell out of me)
21.People who keep talking without breathing(My Earth science teacher in Freshmen year was one of these.)
20.People who sigh and clutch their head when annoyed( There's a girl in my English class who does this whenever the class gets off topic, or laughs a bunch. It is annoying as hell.)
19.When someone brings up the movie Avatar and how great it was(F**k that F**king recycled plot that I have seen a MILLION TIMES BEFORE.)
18.People who try to correct me in a snotty tone. (Look if I'm wrong, say it and say where you heard differently. Don't just correct me because you feel like being contrary to the smart kid.)
17.People who don't flush.(Is it seriously that F**king hard to remember?)
16.People who tell you their sob stories, OVER AND OVER.(Seriously I get to the point where I'm just like "Bitch, I DON'T care" but of course I don't say that. Wankers.)
15.People who stand in front of my locker in circles in the morning(F**king TALK SOMEWHERE ELSE!)
14.People who consistently talk in a condescending tone.( Like my Chemistry Teacher.)
13.
People that have no F**king sense of personal space.(I Hate people that touch me or hug me. Hugging is for crying people and moments of trauma only.)
12.People that complain about themselves to other people.(I had to listen to this shit every P.E class last year. "I have man shoulders.""My boobs are too big.""I hate my neckline." KEEP IT TO YOURSELF!)
11.People that discuss their lack of virginity in class during a study session.(There is no F**king reason why you should be discussing that in class, and especially not when you are sitting right NEXT TO ME.)
10.People who put their feet on the back of my seat in a movie theater.(Yeah.)
9.Too much artificial light.(Why I dislike my school, it gives me a headache.)
8.People who curse every other word in daily conversation.(You're just talking about where you went for lunch, F**k is not needed there.
7.When people say I'll like something if I'd only just try it, when I've ALREADY HAD IT BEFORE.(Just why?)
6.When anyone mentions eating rabbits or harming them.(I don't care if you are family or friend, you will get a death glare if not a slug in the face. And then I won't talk to you for a while.)
5.People who curse out or say they hate animals of any sort.(Snakes, spiders, and insects I can forgive. Or if you have a natural phobia of something. But my friend Josh annoys the hell out of me constantly by cursing out cats just because he is allergic to them. Even going so far as saying he was glad one was injured. If he ever tried that shit if my cat got hurt he'd get a book to the face.)
4.People who forgive animal cosmetic testing for shit reasons.(Seriously, this one girl's reason was just, and I quote, "Well they have to be doing it for some reason." Idiot.)
3.People who lean in close to talk to you.(I'm not deaf. Get the F**k out of my face.)
2.People who try to change me when they themselves are miserable.(I take advice from happy people, so gtfo.)
1.People who fake crying, or cry loudly.( I am a very silent cryer. I don't ever make those really damn annoying sobbing sounds. Not since I was a kid anyway.)

And there you go the top 25 things that annoy me.

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Alignment

I like this little alignment system I found it goes:

Lawful Good- A lawful good believes in the goodness inherent in all human beings. They also believe in a code of conduct and the law. They can have inner conflicts over what is lawful and what is good. Examples include Superman, Mr. Spock, and Commissioner Jim Gordon from the Dark Knight.

Chaotic Good- People who believe in doing the right thing, by their own standards. They don't really follow the law, but they always do good deeds. Examples include Batman, V from V for Vendetta, Indiana Jones, Dr. House, and Iron Man.

Neutral Good-
A person that will always do the right thing even if a law conflicts with it. They will usually follow the law but will go against it if they see it as unfair or unjust. Examples include Wonder Woman, Spider Man, Luke Skywalker, Will Turner, and Captain Kirk.

Lawful Neutral- A person that always believes in the law, or their own personal code, above all else. They do not see things as good or evil but rather as if it's breaking the law or not. Examples include The Deputy Marshal from The Fugitive, Robocop, and the stormtroopers from Star Wars.

True Neutral- A person that just does not take any side in anything, sometimes they just don't care other times they don't want to get in danger. They may fight against evil if threatened though. Examples include The Kaminoans from Star Wars, Mundungus Fletcher from Harry Potter, The Aliens, Tom Bombadil, and The watchers, guess what they do, from Marvel comics.

Chaotic Neutral- People who do whatever the hell they like and damn the consequences! For the most part that is. A lot of the time they will have a sense of morality like not hurting innocent people, or obeying the law so they don't get arrested. They never feel committed to helping others or following the law though. Examples include Captain Jack Sparrow, The Mask, Bugs Bunny, and June from Avatar the last airbender.

Neutral Evil- A person who is basically a jerk in it for themselves and are very selfish. They don't do anything that isn't for their own benefit and are usually the worst kind of assholes. Examples include Agent Smith in the Matrix sequels, Cruella De Vil, Lex Luthor, Voldemort, Scar, Skeletor, and Lucius Malfoy.

Lawful Evil- A person who believes in order and laws even if they are horrible, or if they must be kept by dreadful means. Sometimes they are people who don't care if they are horrible but will always follow certain rules. Examples include Darth Vader, The predators, Dolores Umbridge, Commander Cobra, Sauron, and General Woundwort from Watership down.

Chaotic Evil- They are like the Chaotic neutral except instead of sometimes doing good things they do bad.They will do whatever they want whenever they want to do it, which, seeing as they are evil, usually entails lots and lots of death and mayhem. Examples include The Joker, The Gremlins, Hannibal Lecter, Samara, Bellatrix Lestrange, Morgoth, and Maleficent.


I took this test http://www.easydamus.com/alignmenttest.html and got True neutral. My other two highest scores were Chaotic neutral and neutral good so I walk the line between those three. But in general I just don't care about sides... go me? Pointwise I got 10 for neutral 6 for good and 4 for evil. So I am neutral with a slight lean towards good. Here's the full text of my result.

True Neutral- A true neutral character does what seems to be a good idea. He doesn't feel strongly one way or the other when it comes to good vs. evil or law vs. chaos. Most true neutral characters exhibit a lack of conviction or bias rather than a commitment to neutrality. Such a character thinks of good as better than evil after all, he would rather have good neighbors and rulers than evil ones. Still, he's not personally committed to upholding good in any abstract or universal way. Some true neutral characters, on the other hand, commit themselves philosophically to neutrality. They see good, evil, law, and chaos as prejudices and dangerous extremes. They advocate the middle way of neutrality as the best, most balanced road in the long run. True neutral is the best alignment you can be because it means you act naturally, without prejudice or compulsion. However, true neutral can be a dangerous alignment because it represents apathy, indifference, and a lack of conviction.

Also I found this interesting list of the ten commandments for a neutral.

1. You shall avoid lies.

2. You shall not kill the innocent.

3. You shall not murder.

4. You shall help the needy if such action aids yourself.

5. You shall honor those who honor you.

6. You shall follow the law unless breaking the law can advance you without harming others.

7. You shall not betray others unless your life is in jeopardy.

8. You shall aid those who aid you and harm those who harm you.

9. You shall not promote an extreme viewpoint.

10. You shall advance yourself without harming others.

That pretty much perfectly fits me. Have an ok day.

Friday, March 4, 2011

I'm Awesome

I'm dedicating today's post to me, because I'm awesome. I'm going to do amazingly cool things, because it doesn't matter how f**ked up the world is I can beat it. One of the cornerstones to my success was actually just wanting to be better than any arrogant ass that came my way and told me how to act. I suppose I could call myself a progressive pessimist. I believe that the world sucks and that it's getting worse all the time, but I can make myself better than any of it. The majority of humans will be bastards, and I'll have to deal with it. But I can do it cause I'm the best! The worst will always happen... but I can beat the worst. ME not anyone else! Things happen in a negative light for me, but I don't let it get me down. I suppose I'm unique among pessimists in that fact. But most Pessimists are doing it all wrong, or are one of the 92% of the human race who are jackasses. You look at the WORLD in a negative light not yourself. They keep bashing themselves and then calling themselves Pessimists. That's not a pessimist, that's just emo. What a pessimist should do is see that the world is craptastic, and then seperate themselves from the crappiness. The world is always awful, that doesn't mean YOU have to be. Sheesh no one gets pessimism. The dictionary definition of pessimism is: The feeling that things will turn out badly, and a general disposition to look on the dark side and expect the worst in all things. That's exactly what I do. I set VERY low expectations for people and how situations will turn out, that way if things work out I am pleasantly surprised instead of crushingly dissapointed. I love MY philosophy, and MY life, it's other people I'm not so thrilled about. I am awesome because I say so!

Thursday, March 3, 2011

What I do when I'm really bored

Meet Super doodling, where you fill up as much of the page with pencil as possible, while still making some sort of image. Fun.

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

sixx

Jake slowly came to, when he remembered what happened he snapped his eyes open. He was staring at an old wooden ceiling with obvious wood rot and numerous holes through which he could see the sky. He suddenly realized that there was something on his chest. He propped himself up on his elbows and looked down, and almost yelled. Resting on him was the girl from the lab. He stared at her wondering how he could get her off without waking her up. It was odd though, he realized that the spikes, claws, blood, and metal plates were missing. She now just basically looked like an normal pale petite brunette girl, who also happened to be naked and resting on top of him. He shifted slightly trying to move her, and froze as she lifted her head. Her face was right in front of his and she slowly opened her eyes. His green eyes met hers. Shockingly bright blue, with speckles of dark gray. She lurched back quickly and rolled off of him. He quickly got up stumbling slightly as his head pounded. They stared at each other, her sitting on her knees on a dusty tile floor, and him standing awkwardly a few feet away. Jake looked around quickly before snapping his attention back to her. They seemed to be in a rather old dilapidated apartment building, with no signs that anyone was living there. The girl cocked her head in a manner that would have looked awfully cute, had Jake not been fully aware that she had killed people. A gust of wind blew threw an open window and the girl visibly shivered. Almost on impulse Jake pulled off his security jacket, revealing the blue collared shirt underneath, and held it out to the girl. He froze midway. "What am I doing?" he thought to himself
"Offering my jacket to a lady."
"Yeah a lady that kills people!"
"She's just a girl."
"Girl, yeah right, A monster perhaps."
"Don't monsters deserve courtesy?"

While Jake as having his little inner fight, the girl reached out and tugged on the jacket. Jake snapped out of it and let go. The girl quickly pulled the jacket around her shoulders and snuggled into it. Jake stared at her, she really did look normal. Well for better or for worse, he felt as if he had a responsibility for her now. He wondered how far away he was from home.