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Sunday, August 21, 2011

True Story

Check out this comic I made. This really happened to me the other day at work


Thursday, July 28, 2011

Top 25 Played Songs on my iPod

If you remotely know me in the least amount, you know of my obsession with music and are armed with the knowledge that I bring my iPod everywhere. I have over 300 songs with more than 1000 plays, let alone songs over 500. No matter how embarrassing, here are the top 25 played songs on my iPod as of tonight:

25) Women In Uniform - Iron Maiden (1926 plays)

24) Be Bop-A-Lula - Gene Vincent (1936 plays)

23) Welcome to the Jungle - Guns N' Roses (1950 plays)

22) Hangar 18 - Megadeth (1951 plays)

21) Peggy Sue - Buddy Holly (1953 plays)

20) Anyway You Want It - Journey (1954 plays)

19) Pork and Beans - Weezer (1955 plays)

18) Call Me When You're Sober - Evanescence (1958 plays)

17) Look What the Cat Dragged In - Poison (1960 plays)

16) Gold Lion - Yeah Yeah Yeahs (1961 plays)

15) Raining Blood - Slayer (1961 plays)

14) Clocks - Coldplay (1967 plays)

13) What's My Age Again? - Blink 182 (1971 plays)

12) All My Loving - The Beatles (1972 plays)

11) I Should Have Known Better - The Beatles (1975 plays)

And now the TOP 10!!!!!

10) That'll Be the Day - Buddy Holly (1980 plays)

9) Imagine - John Lennon (1983 plays)

8) Slippin' and Slidin' - John Lennon (1984 plays)

7) Dani California - Red Hot Chili Peppers (1987 plays)

6) Nothin' But a Good Time - Poison (1989 plays)

5) Dethsupport - Dethklok (2081 plays)

4) Christmas in Heaven - Monty Python (2163 plays)

3) Cap My Point - Soldier Gaga ft. Spyonce (Lady Gaga parody - Team Fortress 2!) (2229 plays)

2) Always Look on the Bright Side of Life - Monty Python (2475 plays)

And finally, the most played song on my iPod (I'm so excited!):

1) Rock N' Roll High School - The Ramones (2508 plays)




:D

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Bruno Mars, I Hate You

Have I ever mentioned that I hate Bruno Mars? I can't stand him and his godforsaken stupid hat. If I see him in that damn hat again, i'll just start calling him Micheal Moore. He makes be want to chop off my right ear and give it to a prostitute. I want to take my CDs, throw them at his neck Tron-style and beat his profusely bleeding body with my cowbell, as he desperately needs more cowbell. I hate you, Bruno Mars.

I hate how you dress yourself up in retro 50's attire, yet you insist upon singing modern day crappy music; your music is awful and makes me want to beat the people who enjoy your music into a bloody pulp, again with my cowbell. You wear a pompadour and sing with an awesome retro microphone, yet all you insist on imputing into said microphone is some of the worst crap I've ever heard.

You can't do anything to contribute to music either. Your songs only consist of three stupid chords repeated over and over and yet you act like your fucking Beethoven. At least the Jonas Brothers played their own instruments (what happened to them? Did they die? Good). You're just an older version of Justin Beiber who wears a fedora; a crappy one at that.

And you know what? I just might be able to stand your idiocy, if only you weren't such a god damn liar. The song Just The Way You Are? Lies all the god damn way; you act like your all deep and caring, but you don't really give a fuck, you chauvinist pig. For example, I reference the song Grenade: "I would catch a grenade for love." What a fucking liar you are. You're not going to catch crap. First off, if you were in a battle zone, i'd guarantee that you'd run the other way, hide in a hole somewhere and make out with a guy. Secondly, I highly doubt you have the ability to catch a ball, let alone an active grenade, coming your way. It seems that the only thing comparable to athletic prowess is the ability to shit out the worst music possible. Plus your shitty album is called Doo-Wops and Hooligans. While I do agree that you're a god damn animalistic hooligan, there isn't any fucking doo-wop on your album. Stop fucking lying.

Bruno Mars, I hate you more than babies, animals, the environment, the Miami Heat, hippies, and the Dallas Cowboys all blended together in a banana smoothie of hate. Plus, you're probably a fucking communist. That is all.



I hate you.

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Ronald Reagan

This is what I wrote today for my discussion board post in American Government:


Ronald Reagan was the greatest president in the history of the United States.

One of the reasons why is because of the way he handled the economy of the United States. In 1980, when Ronald Reagan took office, inflation was at 12.4%. In the last year of the Reagan administration in 1988, inflation was down to 4.4% The US unemployment rate also diminished from 7.1% to 5.5% over the 8 years that Reagan was in office. He also lowered taxes for everyone in the US, not just the wealthy; he signed the Bipartisan Tax Act of 1981 which significantly lowered taxes.

Reagan also had to display military strength. He supported a plan called Peace though Strength, in which military spending increased by 40% during peace time specifically after the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. He also had to handle with the Soviet Union and the Cold War. Reagan was distinctly anti-communist and his foreign policies reflected that. For example, his Strategic Defense Initiative severed as was way to scare the Soviets and ensure that they would not initially attack the United States.
Perhaps Reagan is best known for his latter attempts with the Soviet Union for diplomacy: most notably his challenge to Mikhail Gorbachev to tear down the Berlin Wall and reunify Germany.

Ronald Reagan was the greatest president of all time because he was able to aid the economy while lowering taxes for all and he was able to protect the United States from the threat of communism and the Soviet Union. Also, he was the first president to ever survive an assassination. That's pretty brutal. Don't stop being awesome, Ronald Reagan!



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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Thursday, April 21, 2011

VVC



I always think that this is such a wonderful view of the VVC campus.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

A perspective of our place in the universe




I learned something pretty amazing in my astronomy textbook today.

Easily visible in our night sky now is the constellation Gemini. One of the brightest stars in that constellation is the star Pollux. Pollux is noted in the constellation map of Gemini above.

Now for the mind-blowing fact:
Pollux has a planet 3x the size of Jupiter orbiting it. That's a planet about 954x more massive than the earth!

As I look into that particular star, to imagine that orbiting it is a planet unfathomably large is an incredible thought. What else is out there? Is there anything out there who looks at our star from a distant planet and can't imagine that our solar system exists?

Makes you think...

I'm seriously considering changing my major to physics so I can be an astronomer.