Monday, August 20, 2007

one last post

Well, this will be my real last post. First off, a few people have asked me what the new blog it all about. Well, I'll explain it. I've decided to run a YouTube-based serial entitled "The Seventeen". I can't really think of anything to compare it to. It'll be a comedy. I've realized that I won't have time to manage that and all the related things along with this blog, so I decided to move away from this blog. That other blog will be "in character", but what that means will have to be a surprise. I've written the script for the first episode and am currently editting it, so be patient.

On another note, the reason I wanted to make one last blog post was because I realized how much Google has access to my life. With blogger, GMail, YouTube, iGoogle, Google Calendar, and my search history, the only thing they don't really have control over is my phone and Facebook. Oh wait, that's right. I'm going to be using Grand Central in the next little while. So the only thing they don't have control over is Facebook. This worries me.

End of Line. Forever.

Monday, August 13, 2007


Yep, that's right, I'm moving. Keep and eye out for all future blog posts at this blog.

Monday, July 30, 2007


In case you haven't noticed, I was taking a vacation from blogging. I've been thinking about it a lot, and I've realized that blogging is really stupid. No one cares what you have to say or about your opinions. The only reason to have a blog was if you already had fame; blogs are not a way to get it. Blogging must be one of the most pointless things on the internet. Yes, I do see the irony in this, and yes, I do know the correct way to use irony.

Despite my epiphany, I will still continue to blog. I may even start up a Video Blog. I've really been having a lot of funny with my camera and making videos, so expect to see some videos from me in the near future. Anyways, on to making fun of technology today. It's been a while, so some of my jokes may be a little outdated for the interwebs.

The first thing on the list is the iPhone and its security flaws. Basically, a hacker can now take over your iPhone and control it completely, from what I understand. I think Apple should forget trying to fix it and just market it as the "iPhone Shuffle". It can still do all those things the original one did, only now you can't control it. I had figured the iPhone, with all its amazing technology, would not turn over control from its owner to a hacker, but rather start controlling itself anyways. It needs that new custom case imported from Japan anyways, and besides, if you didn't want it, why'd you give it your credit card information?

Okay, that's all I have the stomach to make fun of today.

End of Line.

Saturday, July 14, 2007

my pokemans!

So, to anyone out there who is wondering why I'm no longer choosing zigs or memes or whatever you wish to call them for Fads of The Week, it is because I realised just how stupid the internet was. Before I knew it was stupid, but now I actually can measure it. It scores a 3.2 out of 100.

Anyways, I think Pokémon has officially become one of the main driving forces in my life. Scary, eh? I beat the Elite Four, but I'm still obsessed with the game. I even went so far as to find my Blue, Yellow, Ruby, and Emerald versions and restart those games so I can get Pokémon from them on to my Pearl version. I think I may even go buy a used copy of Gold... I can't explain why I'm so obsessed with this game. I haven't been this controlled by a video game since Animal Crossing, when I was close to adding gaming time to my schedule. Actually, that might be a good idea... I good get back to all my favorite games. Maybe Pokémon isn't so evil. It's resparked my love for games.

I've actually been trying to get hooked on a different game. Star Fox 64 isn't working, so I think I may have to buy a new game. Now would be a good time to get that 360 Elite, and then I could get Guitar Hero II... At least on August 27th I'll have Metroid Prime 3.

So, yeah, basic ramblings. Nothing exciting going on in my real life, but a whole lot's happening inside my DS screen. That game's just so addicting. In a week I'll have a nice good book to read, so maybe that'll help. Oh, yeah, and it's also my 15th birthday, but no one cares. They'll all be reading, or ruining for people. I think I may push my birthday a few days back this year.

In other news, well, uh... I- umm... Really, there's nothing else going on in my life. It stinks. I may need to lock that game away so I can stop playing it.

End of Line.

Friday, July 13, 2007

clue hug!

I watched the Season Premieres of Monk and Psych today. It's pretty exciting because those are two of my top five T.V. shows. The episodes were definitely some of my favorites from each series. I loved Disher's obsession with the Jenga-esque game, and the ending was hilarious. Not to mention Sara Silverman's guest star role- arguably some of the funniest moments in the history of Monk. Clue hug! Psych was so enjoyable because of my personal choice to abstain from watching American Idol except for the first round. "And besides, that guy's Latino, not black. It's totally different." My favorite part was Jules and her obsessive dance/cheerleader persona, reawakened from that sorority episode. Well, any ways, I should be able to stuff myself with enough detective comedies until the Season Premiere of The Office.

End of Line.

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

remember the gamers

Ahh, E3. My favorite time of year. Even though this year I just read a few updates and otherwsie didn't pay any attention to it. At all. I completely ignored Sony as usual, just hoping that there'd be enough humor in their keynote to replace all the "Giant Enemy Crab" videos on YouTube. The only things Microsoft-wise I am concerned about with are the Elite and Halo 3, and until I get an Elite I'm not too worried about those. Then came Nintendo's press conference. Wow. They need their own convention. They're not dealing with video games any more.

First off, let me say that December 3rd is joining August 27th for the "Most Anticipated Day This Year" for me. I'm pretty excited. The zapper looked pretty cool. But now, we need to get to the big shocker: Wii Fit. What in the world is this Nintendo? A balance board? I don't want my Wii to know how much I weigh!

So apparently video games have officially gotten to the point where they are healthy for you. You can cancel your membership at 24 Hour Fitness, because you can have your body by Wii. I think a better way to get in shape would be to sell Reggie Fils-Aime as a personal trainer. I'd think everyone would be a lot more healthy if they had him in their living room yelling at them to get in shape.

"Reggie, I need a water break, I been in here all day!"
"What did you say?"
"Said, I need a water break."
"A water break? Water is for cowards. Water makes you weak. Water is for washing blood off that Wii-mote and you don't get no blood on my Wii-mote, boy you must be outside your mind! We are going to do up-downs, until Mario is no longer tired, and thirsty. "

I just want some more real games. What every happened to Star Fox 64? (Which, by the way, I recently downloaded and am currently obsessed with)

End of Line.

Monday, July 9, 2007

more than meets the eyes

Yes, I saw Transformers. Yes, it was amazing. It was probably the most action-packed movie of the summer. Sometimes the action was so intense I couldn't even tell whether two robots were fighting or one was just transforming. I loved the show and have the entire first season on DVD. And, not to spoil anything, but this movie did not have the same horrible ending the first Transformers movie had.

So yes, sometimes the transforming sequences were unnecessarily long, but it was still a great movie. Much better than "Evan Almighty".

End of Line.