Waffling in THREE dimensions.

Friday, November 30, 2007


This is pretty cool, and by cool, I mean, totally sweet.


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Thursday, November 29, 2007

Do it

Kinda sad how I use blogger as a shortcut to post images in myspace comments, but it works pretty well for it.

Wednesday, November 28, 2007


I was going to get my exgirlfriend an apron that said "The cake is a lie" for Christmas, because I'd like to imagine that we're still friends, though we probably aren't so much. But since she did not want to take the copy of Portal I had made for her, that joke wouldn't make sense. This one would though:

My guy pillow - Official Site

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I'm not sure why, but this really bothers me. I find it unsettling. I don't watch Dancing with the Stars, but they were talking about it today on The Rick Emerson Show and several calls made an effort to affirm their affection for this woman. I decided to see what all the fuss was about on Wikipedia. Why does it affect me? I get that same faith-failing feeling I've been getting so often lately. I can't explain it; it feels like nothing is certain, perhaps everything is untrue. What if this isn't italics? Nothing makes sense. I'm burnt out and disillusioned. Life is wonderful.

Julianne Hough - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hough was engaged to Zach Wilson and originally planned to marry on August 8, 2007 in an LDS (Mormon) temple, but has postponed her marriage. Zach Wilson since has listed his profile as single on his MySpace site. She has also been romantically linked with Kevin Connolly of Entourage fame, who recently gave her a diamond ring and admitted that he is "actively pursuing" Julianne, although Julianne denies a romantic relationship.

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Tuesday, November 27, 2007

I ♥ House


I was just thinking about this

This sucks:

Spore (video game) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Release date

The release date has been the subject of massive speculation, but as of November 23, 2007, Electronic Arts has maintained its tentative Spring 2008 release date.[5] On October 24, 2007, Wright stated that Spore was in a fully-playable build, and would be ready in roughly six months.[6]

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Heroes, city of

Cool. I hadn't been really following this, but I'm kind of excited for it now.

City of Heroes Community Site

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I don't think I can do this

The data seems inconclusive. I don't agree with the argument I am to present. I'd feel bad leaving my group out to dry, but the weather is bad. I think I'm going to go lay down for a little while, maybe I can collect some thoughts.

Bobo doll experiment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

“On balance, violent videogames are bad for children”

Facts about videogames

What are children?

What is a videogame?

What constitutes violence?

What are we not talking about?


Examples of violence

violence as widespread in medium

Show the accessibility of violence

History of

What affects might violence have on children?


Increase aggression

aspect (murder simulators?)




and adults are different

Compare to
other media (analogues)

How are videogames assessed
differently from movies?

Compare violent depictions in

State other
benefits of videogames




Possible social messages

State other
harms of videogames

Obesity? (more, less, or similar to

Gender roles?

I love

research needs to be done

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Monday, November 26, 2007


Now playing: Cannonball Adderley - Straight, No Chaser [*]
via FoxyTunes


An excellent start to tonight's Chuck. I am exciting. I hope Heroes delivers as well. I still have things I need to do tonight, it will be sketchy!

Exclusive: NBC Extends Chuck, Life for Full Season! - Ausiello Report | TVGuide.com

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I don't know how I'm going to argue this

I'm supposed to argue something like "On balance, violent video games are bad (for children)" or something similar, I can't recall the exact wording, which will probably be important in some way. I have no idea how I'm going to argue a point I wholly disagree with. I picked a short straw.


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Sunday, November 25, 2007

Oooo exciting!

Kid Nation on CBS
The Town Council bans Taylor from having fun in Bonanza, and when her friends start bragging about all the good times they are having without her, Taylor has a surprising reaction. Sophia steams when Blaine shirks his cooking duties to become a pool shark and gamble his buffalo nickels. There's a new sheriff in town after the Council expresses the need for a law enforcer. Guess who...?

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Saturday, November 24, 2007

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I luuurve Mountain Dew

It's hard to admit we don't have anything in common anymore. We don't have the same interests or goals. I listen to NPR, you listen to Eldar. You bake delicious cake, I know that the cake is a lie. We don't really have any mutual friends to draw us together, and I seemed to have lost most of mine by attrition. Hell, I think my roommates had liked you more than me. I wouldn't have blamed them, either. My family is now more interesting to you than me, although they are always on their best behavior when you come to visit. You'll probably never read this; no one reads this. I miss things. Just as I type this, this song comes on. Then someone changed the station.

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Oh noes!

Friday, November 23, 2007

Team Photo

This is an awesome photo.

Thursday, November 22, 2007


Just saw an ad for this on NBC, whose parent company also owns SciFi and I'm pumped. Perhaps because I have a thing for Zoey Deschanel.

Tin Man (TV miniseries) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Bonanza City

It had to be fake, of course, but I didn't expect to find it's website!

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Spitting Spider-man!

Stan Lee forgot a power of extreme awesomeness:

Spitting spider - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Kid Nation

This is the episode I've been waiting for. A new "town council" turns everything upside down! They are so incompetent, with the exemption of Green, who has always out shown the others. If I recall correctly, all the new council members are gold star winners. It's interesting how quickly DK changed once he gained power, becoming more like Greg and Blaine when he was much more like previously very similar to Guylan, with whom he confided. The Wikipedia article has been locked due to vandalism. I'm going to stop blogging about the show and just watch it.
Holy shit. This is awesome!


It's a freaking holiday weekend, why am I bored?

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Human Papilloma Virus (HPV)


I can't believe

I used to do this every night?! I can hardly believe it. I took 25mg, which is 5mg higher than any dose I ever took (at once); I feel like I'm going to die. But that feeling (or is it the fear of death?) undulates. My heart pounding, joints burning, mouth dry and jaws clenched. I'd forgotten what it was like. I think I made the right decision. I don't care for these side effects much, although I don't mind the clarity, euphoria, and placebo confidence. I don't consider this experience to be anything against my streak, because it is not being used to augment myself but is instead a more recreational undertaking. I've also noticed a slightly diminished sex drive. I had never noticed that side effect before; it was the norm. Not that having sex is anywhere on my agenda.

Grid Wars is a lot more fun when you're jazzed. I played for like 2 hours straight, which is braggable.

Its 4.30 am. I should probably at least feign sleep. I don't need a relapse to bring any more disappointments? Damn it! I just added a misspelling of disappointment to the dictionary. Fouled dictionaries are another topic I should address at some point. I struggle putting sentences together at 4am, no matter my condition. I surrender my words to you, Blogger.

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Why buy a mattress anywhere else?

Why is she no longer the spokesperson for Sleep Country USA? I liked her much better than the new one. It reminds me of when they retooled the Brawny Man.

Topo Swope Talent - Mary Kae Irvin

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Tuesday, November 20, 2007


I don't know why my sisters seem so adverse to medication. In a moment of weakness, I took one of my sisters 25mg Adderall XR and it is awesome. I feel like my old self again. Since I took it at 7:30, I probably won't be able to sleep tonight. But that's fine, it's a long weekend. There was some fallout today, but I will discuss that later. I am disappointed that there is not a new episode of Boston Legal tonight, perhaps because of the writers' strike, but I cannot be sure. In any case, House was awesome. It actually was lupus, of which there are many varieties. I am blood type O+, just so you know.

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Sunday, November 18, 2007

This will make my night.

Make it fucking awesome, that is. Fuck yeah! I'm already pumped!

VGMusic.com - Sega Genesis Music - Classic

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My evil laugh isn't very evil. It's like an evil giggle. :-/

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I just don't seem to have a desire to do anything at all right now and haven't for the past few days. Maybe it has something to do with there not being anymore new episodes of The Office coming this year.

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Bad dream

I had a dream last night that I got jilted. I know, WTF. I spent the rest of the day pissed off.

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Friday, November 16, 2007

Arrested Development

I just finished a minimarathon and it was awesome. This guy always reminds me of Tim Riley


This episode was hilarious. I think I will go watch more now!

Making a Stand - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Sex Kills

I just watched the episode of House entitled "Sex Kills" and this girl was in it. I found her very attractive. I like to broadcast my feelings of desire over the internet.

Keri Lynn Pratt

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Thursday, November 15, 2007

always gold


I don't recommend sticking an entire roll of Fruit By The Foot in your mouth at once, even if it is the usually delicious Berry Tye Die. It is usually extremely delicious, but I almost spewed when I tried this. I've been almost throwing up a lot lately; actually did throw up last week. I'm not sick; well, I'm not ill. I have these two essays to write and I can't decide how or what to do, similar to the midterm last week that had me vomiting. Ugh. I'm all frizzle-frazzle. What's the point? I've already failed.

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Now playing: Vince Guaraldi Trio - 05 - Christmas Time is Here (Instrumental)
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Wednesday, November 14, 2007

The Clavicle

Spider stories

Tigers live in freaking Asia. This doesn't make sense.

1. Tying Tiger.

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I queue up my music and this is the first selection. ಥ_ಥ ...Beautiful

Now playing: TEH FINAL COUNTDOWN!!!1
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I find it easy to load pictures from here to myspace comments.

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Media and violence


Be sure to quote Jack Thompson for the lulz

Trust no one

Conclusion: While the primary parts of the story were the
same, such as who was involved and the reactions from each side, were largely
the same from source to source, subtle differences emerged between each piece. The
divergence between sources was startling and best and troubling at worst. With
the very numbers differing between sources, although this is possibly due to
differences in time of publication and verification rather than an issue of
journalistic inaccuracy, it makes the informed reader question what the truth
truly is, and who really holds control of it. The amount of people gathered for
this event varies up to one hundred thousand individuals, not a small number,
with a similar, through smaller, variance in the number injured. When one story
is highlighted as a feature for evening news, what other stories were omitted
to make way? Who decides what content to broadcast and to whom do they answer?
Which biases go unnoticed when this information is withheld? The answer seems
clear: trust no one.

Ok, so I'm not really going to end it that way, but I thought it'd be fun

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check this out later

Music: Teach Yourself Portal's End Theme
wrapping it up with a handy lyric sheet and chord chart so you can play the son

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Do you think they stopped filming new episodes of Carson Daly? I don't think he has writers, or they hate him; he sucks ass.

Hamas and Fatah Clash in Gaza Strip: Arafat's Memorial Rally Ends in Bloodshed - International - SPIEGEL ONLINE - News

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Procrastination follies

The story I chose to comment upon for my political science class unfortunately occurred after the newspapers were in circulation, but late enough that by the time I finally got around to doing the project, it was already tomorrow in the Middle East. Now I can't remember for the life of me whether you underline or italicize the names of newspapers. Do they classify as journals or magazines in the citation machine? How late will I be up tonight? I really should learn how to print things in the school library instead of just taking naps in there.

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Monday, November 12, 2007

Aww, shucks

I just uploaded that video to YouTube, the one of the spider. I was feeling quite accomplished until I decided to check and see if it would show up in a search, but instead I found that OPB had already uploaded it. Dang. Here's their video.

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The six-eyed sand spider

It is very deadly, but very friendly. I don't know why, but this spider is as adorable as spiders get. It buries itself! It is awesome.

Saturday, November 10, 2007


A clever graph I happened upon. Yay for not being b&

Do want.

It's got a bit of a fine attached, but it would be cool. Or awesome.

NPR : Cell Phones Drive Some to Break the Law

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ಥ_ಥ ...Beautiful

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Thursday, November 08, 2007


My mom was kind enough to make me some toast since I threw up this morning. The cat just hopped up on the desk and is now licking it. Damn it...

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Is it true?

Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Well, fuck

They own fucking Neopets. I'm swearing a lot tonight. But, NEOPETS??? wtf

Viacom - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In June, Viacom announced its purchase of Neopets, a virtual pet website. That December, Paramount announced it would acquire DreamWorks. All indications are that the whole of DreamWorks - both live-action film and TV studios, albeit not the DreamWorks archive - which was sold to a group led by George Soros in March 2006 - (nor the animated unit, which was not part of the deal) will remain owned by Viacom, even though CBS acquired Paramount's own TV studio.

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The resolution doesn't do it justice, but the cover-girl for this issue of the New Era is very pretty. I had to bring that to everyone's attention. That is all.


My dad talks too fucking loud. I can't get my stupid computer to play music from my F(ucking) drive. I let my mom use my laptop and she busted a fucking key off of it. Fuck yeah..

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It'd be a lot easier to concentrate on my homework if my family was quieter and this room didn't smell like cat-shit. I will be doing these essays at 3am again. FUCK THIS.

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I suck at this game

But maybe I won't from now on...

How to Win at Monopoly ® - a Surefire Strategy

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They changed their line a bit. The black one looks pretty sweet. Mine is probably still better, although the eye holes aren't so swish. And mine is just a hoodie, not a jacket. Whatever.


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Monday, November 05, 2007

Damn it!

Stupid strike. Selfish bastards!

Updated!! THE OFFICE Is Closed!! -- Ain't It Cool News: The best in movie, TV, DVD, and comic book news.

From the wikipedia page about the strike:
The strike is against the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP), a trade organization that represents the interests of American film and television producers. Over 12,000 writers will be affected by the strike.[2] The last such strike was the 1988 Writers Guild of America strike; it lasted 22 weeks, costing the American entertainment industry an estimated 500 million dollars.[3]

22 weeks. Ugh. That's 4 and a half months, or until March. I hope they get it resolved within the month.

Amateur Diagnosis

I have a usual contempt for the layman's diagnosis, but this seems compelling.

Attachment disorder - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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I listened to this story twice this morning. It was entertaining.

NPR : Sweet, Sour, Salty, Bitter… and Umami

Wikipedia: Basic Taste

On Strike

Really unflattering picture of Tina Fey. Their signs kinda suck too. My favorite part:

Scrubs could possibly not be able to air a series finale due to only 12 of its 18 order episodes being written.[13]

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. I hate that show now. It has overstayed it's welcome. I bet they have a guest star on their series finale, sell-outs. A good show stands on it's own without guests.

NPR : Hollywood Writers Strike for New Media Royalties
Wikipedia article about the strike

Also look at this!

Look at this list!


Friday, November 02, 2007

Weighted Companion Cube on Ebay

I wish I was a dinosaur

Teeth and Dreams

I had a weird dream last night. I'm not sure how to describe it. It is beyond reality, as most dreams are.

Do your dreams ever persist into the waking world? This one has. I feel
like I need to floss. I already have today, several times, but the
feeling remains. I'll try again soon.

I have considered describing this dream, but it is an impossibility. It
is too strange. It involved a date with an old acquaintance--whom is hot
as balls, but I've known her forever and would be like dating my
cousin--and some sort of theater showing a kids movie which we were
asked to leave for impugning the ability of others to enjoy the feature
and some objects akin to dental tools getting stuck in my teeth.

Yesterday, I, along with countless others, were asked to leave the
library for reasons unspecified. I was quite perturbed, as well as
confused by the entire situation. I wrote the following note to myself
before it could fade into the abysm: "I was taking a nap! It was a
weird dream about being in the library, part was me semi-lucid dreaming
about sleeping in the library, the other part was me typing up some
confession of admiration to a girl who turned out to be at the booth
next to me. Even in my dreams I embarrass myself! She looked different
in the dream though, but just the hair, which was yellowish instead of

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