Monday, May 31, 2010

Sunday, May 30, 2010

«Incompatability Results in Insanity»

Once more we shall delve into the minds of the Japanese in an attempt to understand how Western culture has changed them.

[Donald] [east] can only hear the other stereo Ranranru (rough translation)

After close observation, it appears Western culture is incompatible with traditional Japanese culture. When the two are combined it results in insanity.
Ronald McDonald brainwashing video crazy MCdonalds (dark brainwashing ritual Edition)

That last one was in fact posted to YouTube by a Chinese person. The video itself however, stems from Japan. Clearly, the insanity born in Japan is not confined there. This is further supported by the description of this video on YouTube, which starts with a warning.

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Saturday, May 29, 2010

«Caturday: Treat Close Fart»

It's got to be a little creepy sometimes... Keeps it interesting.

where is my treat?
its...... so close...
i farts in yor gen'ral direkshun!

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Friday, May 28, 2010

«So That's How Many Savior Stories?»

So... It looks like the people who wrote the Bible lacked creativity as well as logic.

Origins of Religion ?

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Thursday, May 27, 2010

«Worst Disaster?»

What's the worst environmental disaster in history caused my humans? The Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico that has yet to be stopped, or the Chernobyl disaster in Ukraine, 1986? Bhopal disaster in India?

Or something else? What would you say is the worst?

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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

«Diamonds In My Poo (900th Post)»

Diamonds In My Poo

Yet that's still not the strangest thing I've seen on YouTube.

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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

«Not a Difficult Concept»

This is not a difficult concept.
It would have worked even if they showed a fetus in its first stages of development. I don't call it a human until it could live on its own without being a biological parasite inside its mother. That isn't to say I expect it to be able to find its own food. Rather, all its major bodily functions should work and be able to keep itself alive.

Even then, a baby doesn't have sapience.

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Monday, May 24, 2010

«Motivational Monday: Futurity»

Given the theme I had going last week, I couldn't resist.
Futurity / It really is as scary as it seems!

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Sunday, May 23, 2010

«Communist Party»

A different type of communist party

Because in Soviet Russia, communism parties you!

Yeah, ok... I'm done.

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Saturday, May 22, 2010

«Caturday: Soviet Captions Hats»

Because memes can be mixes and matched.
In Soviet Russia, burger bites you!!!!!!!
In Soviet Russia, kitteh captions you!!!
In Soviet Russia ...cats wear little furry hats

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Friday, May 21, 2010

«Soviet Weight Gain»

I rode 21.7 miles on a bicycle yesterday and I gained a pound. Because in Soviet1 Alaska, exercise causes you to GAIN weight.

I've had this happen before. I just think it's funny. I definitely don't exercise to lose weight. I just figure I'm keeping myself well hydrated and I'm building muscle mass.

This was my first "major" ride of the year. Yes, 21.7 miles is major when there's only 31 miles of road end-to-end on the island.

1: Yes, I know Alaska isn't a communist state. This was just a spin on the "Soviet Russian reversal" theme I've had going this week.

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Thursday, May 20, 2010

«Russian Reversal For Dummies»

Keeping the theme of the week alive... Because in Soviet Russia, the meme gets tired of YOU!

Russian Reversal For Dummies

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Wednesday, May 19, 2010

«Sin, Ta Dah!»

Ta dah!!!
To quote the image:

I'm going to create man and woman with original sin. The I'm going to impregnate a woman with myself as her child, so I can be born. Once alive, I will kill myself as a sacrifice to myself. To save you from the sin I originally condemned you to.

Ta dah!!!

At some point you've got to ask, "Why did He even bother?" Is God insane or was He bored out of his mind?

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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

«Law Breaks You»

I could do a whole week on the Soviet Russia reversal meme if I wanted to...

In Soviet Russia Law breaks you!!

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Monday, May 17, 2010

«Motivational Monday: Soviet Waldo»

In Soviet Russia / Waldo finds YOU

Also in Soviet Russia, the KGB enforces leash laws on fish. Scary stuff.

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Sunday, May 16, 2010

«When You See Waldo»

Your childhood will be forever tainted, or at least those of you who grew up with those "Where's Waldo?" books.
Where's Waldo?

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Is that Waldo's... No, it can't be... Can it?

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Saturday, May 15, 2010

«Caturday: Beer Codes Dumb»

I never have liked the taste of beer, so I'm not a beer drinker.
Fill er up!
I has the codes!!! No, wait...
I cannot brain today I have the dumb

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Friday, May 14, 2010

«Pirate Fish Leash»

This is by far the best graffiti I have ever seen in this town by a long-shot.
Pirate Fish on a leash

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The Pirate Fish of course is a symbol of Pastafarianism, also knows as the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster. I am honored that my town has been blessed by His Noodly Appendages.

There was also another sign that has the symbol of the IPU (Invisible Pink Unicorn).

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Thursday, May 13, 2010


No, not Dropbox. It's Deckbox (though Dropbox is useful, too). Deckbox is a site for making an inventory of your TCG cards, as well as make a tradelist and wishlist. It supports Magic: The Gathering, Warhammer Invasion, and World of Warcraft TCG.

I only play Magic: The Gathering, and I'm currently in the process of inputting all my cards, so I'll have an easily searchable database of all my cards. It's a long-term goal, it's going to take a while. For now I've got my rares and some of my commons entered, I'll continue working on it. So far (at the time I'm writing this) I've entered 5,777 cards.

You can view my profile to see my wishlist or tradelist. Yeah, I'm even adding commons to my tradelist. You can just use "Search & Filter" to find what you want. Or make an account of your own and add cards to your wishlist, then view my profile and it will tell you what cards I have that you want. Of course, I only trade face-to-face, so I'm not sure how much good it will do most of you. You'd have to be local in Ketchikan, Alaska...

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Wednesday, May 12, 2010

«"What's That Thing?", Second Edition»

The first edition wasn't really meant to seriously be a game, I even had the name of the object in the file name when I first posted it.

So here's a macro picture of the object, try to guess what it is:

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Bonus points if you can tell me exactly where it came from.

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Tuesday, May 11, 2010

«The High Ground»

I have the high ground, you cannot win!
Well guys... He has the high ground. You cannot win The Game.

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Monday, May 10, 2010

«Moitvational Monday: Catchy Name»

I wounder what that actually means in Japanese...
Success / For a business to be successful you need to have a catchy product name

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Sunday, May 9, 2010

«Hide and Seek Champs»

I lol'd. If you can't make fun of it, then there's a problem.

Hide and Seek World Champs / Missing Children's Network

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Saturday, May 8, 2010

Friday, May 7, 2010

«Prayer vs. Work»

It's the truth...

Prayer vs. Work

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Thursday, May 6, 2010

«Everything is Going to Kill Everybody»

So a couple of weeks ago I happened across an article on that was a sample chapter in a book called Everything is Going to Kill Everybody. I don't remember how I came across it, I don't follow

After reading that, I determined it was worth getting. I have a morbid interest in doomsday, so the book fell in line with my sense of humor. For the entire 2 years and 105 days I've been doing my blog, I've only read 21 books. Yeah, I'm that bad... I do my reading online.

A few of the disasters covered in the book are a bit unrealistic, like the hypercane or verneshot. The part about robots pointed out a bunch of new technologies that are more-or-less harmless by themselves, but when combined you get an overemotional flesh-eating monstrosity. Why would such technologies be combined? Well why would accelerometers, cameras, and clocks be combined? They are such different technologies, yet they are useful when combined. Just look at the iPhone.

So it will be with other technologies like the EATR (Energetically Autonomous Tactical Robot). It can eat bio-matter (like plants or meat) to power itself. How cool would it be to have a lawnmower that feeds itself on the very grass it cuts? Of course, meat is the most efficient fuel for the EATR, so it might rather eat you than your lawn...

The book also covered other more mundane doomsdays, like the asteroid Apophis that will buzz past Earth closer than our geosynchronous satellites in 2029. Depending upon the small gravitational effect those satellites have on it, it has a very good chance of colliding with Earth on its next pass in 2036. It'd be like the dinosaurs all over again. But perhaps by then the supervolcano we call Yellowstone National Park would have already killed us.

It really was a hilarious book, in a frightening non-fiction sort of way.

I finally delved into the Amazon Associates program, so the link to the book here is a referral link. handles all the transactions, so it's not like you have to trust me with your credit card number. I figured since I have to declare my blog as a business on my taxes, I may as well act like it is one!

1: The two books I read are Everything is Going to Kill Everybody (duh), and The Gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

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Wednesday, May 5, 2010

«MTG Group»

Before I get into my topic for today, I finally had to enact a capcha to cut down on comment spam, even with how much I hate capchas. So now you'll have to figure out what the squiggly little letters are before your comment will be posted. Sorry...

So my interest in Magic: the Gathering1 is up again. I found a group to play with (or rather, they found me). Old addictions can be rekindled at any time.

Out of nowhere I got a comment on an old post about weekly gatherings in town. Then an email. Next thing I know I'm at a pizza place with 7 other Magic players. And here I thought the Magic community was utterly dead in this town.

Now I'm back to looking through my cards and trying to find ways to hone my decks...

1: Magic: the Gathering is a trading card game.

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Tuesday, May 4, 2010

«iMaxi Pad»

It's the Maxi Pad case for the apple iPad!

iMaxi Pad case

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Sunday, May 2, 2010

«Please Insert Boot Device»

Well, my boot drive failed on my computer. I'll have to get to my other computer to continue my usual blog posts. For now, I'm stuck with only my iPhone (and no speelcheck[sic]1) to blog with. At least it was only my boot drive, I keep all my data on a seperate physical drive.

I should be at my other computer to make the Motivational Monday post on time. So untill then, I'm going to be bored as hell.

1: Yes, I meant to misspell spellcheck. However, there may be others I did not mean to. I really am quite bad at spelling. And holy crap, it's a pain to write HTML code on an iPhone!

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Saturday, May 1, 2010

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