Sunday, September 25, 2005
Saturday, September 24, 2005
Here's what it said...
"Almost hard to imagine that such jarring and near-tuneless music could meld into teen consciousness alongside Maroon 5 and James Blunt. Still, there's a roaring appeal about this howling form of guitar pop this US side of Oasis and Kasabian. Clear evidence that Nirvana and Bad Religion are still trail-blazing the metal-pop path now."
Okay I'm not much of a fan for emocore, but Helena's the only emocore song I really liked next to Ohio is for Lovers. And I loved its chorus. Since when was it near-tuneless? And does it sound like pop to you? And what do they mean it's hard to imagine teenagers would like the song? It sounds great to me.
This is why I don't buy 8-days and people like my sister do.
Which reminds me: My sister has a liking for emocore! I caught her listening to I'm Not Okay! Holy Crip Piece of Crapple! Sith spit! Mula Picha! Lana Jack! RRRAAOOUURR! Someone who thinks Linkin Park is punk rock likes emocore! Help! The Apocalypse is coming! The sky is falling! We'll all swim in the Lake of Fire!
Not that I have anything against emocore, but I'm against people like her listening to it. It's an insult to emocore.
Played LoGD today. The thing that really sucks about playing this game is that you wait for six freakin' hours for a new game day and when it finally arrives, you spend all your turns in less than half an hour.
Other than that it rocks.
Oh well, after I finished LoGD I played DotA against AI (Normal). I tried using Anti-mage. The AI used Lion, which means there was a higher chance of me thrashing its ass, but due to inexperience with the character and lack of encountering the AI, I was killed a few times and didn't feel like playing him anymore. So I restarted mission and played Lightning Revenant. The AI used Pandaren Brewmaster this time. I thrashed it easily and slain Roshan for the first time (it may be nothing to most of you but for me it's a personal best).
I thrashed AI (Insane) with Lightning Revenant and the AI using Prophet just yesterday but the AI was so dumb that most of the time it surrounded one of my creeps with trees instead of me. And I realized that for most of the games I've played with AI, the AI usually bought Aegis of the Immortal. Maybe I'm ready to face human players now, but facing human opponents is much tougher because they have more tactics and I only played 1v1 against AI, so I could buy items more easily. I tried to enter eurobnet and it kept failing. Could it be that the server is down?
I think I prefer Acid Rain to Erotomania because Acid Rain is more fast-paced and I like the part where the guitar keeps alternating between the left and right speakers. It also shows more skill with the guitar and keyboard. One of the songs by Dream Theater which sounds unbelievable is Strange Deja Vu. Hear James Labrie sing in this song and you'll think he's some sick man. He can sing notes so high he sounds like a manly woman. I can only wish I could sing like him. I can only sing Metropolis. Hehe.
Thursday, September 22, 2005
Tuesday, September 20, 2005
Monday, September 19, 2005
Stupid punk. A blog is for you to voice your thoughts.
He must be some unpopular nerd who can't get a girlfriend and decided to do this so that he can get more attention.
What the Hell is that guy thinking? Is he going to change the way my friend is thinking just by spamming? Will proving his point change his way of thinking? Will talking to me about Christianity convert me? Okay no offence on that one. "One day, I will rule the Earth by spamming everyone's tagboards and frustrating them to Death! HAHAHA!"
To my friend: I love a good argument, so if that loser spams your board again, tell him to visit mine.
Saturday, September 17, 2005
The man who made it didn't need it.
The man who bought it didn't use it.
The man who used it didn't want it.
Legend of the Green Dragon is fun. Its link is on the one which says "browser-based fun".
And I watched Black Knight today. Martin Lawrence is retardedly funny.
Monday, September 12, 2005
Saturday, September 10, 2005
"Using his pertaining intelligence, this most successful of all mammals exploited the environment to produce food for an ever increasing population. In spite of disasters when civilizations have outreached themselves, that process has continued, indeed accelerated, even today. Now Mankind is looking for food not just on this planet, but on others. Perhaps the time has now come to put that process into reverse. Instead of controlling the environment for the benefit of the population, perhaps it's time we control the population to allow the survival of the environment."
Love that show.
Humans are so smart with technology and stuff but they don't even have the brains to think about Mother Nature which gave them life in the first place.
Hope more people can think about it.
Wednesday, September 07, 2005
After about two wipes, I threw the toilet paper into the toilet bowl. I was going to wash my hands when I saw a cockroach on the tap. Looked like a young adult. I, being a pussy, was scared of roaches, so I picked up the scoop in my toilet, filled it with water in the bucket and poured the water on the roach. It almost fell into the basin, but it held on tightly to the tap. I kept pouring wave after wave of water, but it didn't flinch.
Time to call in the cold shower. I let the roach feel what it was like being rained on. It looked like it had close to no effect on the roach. Why the hell are roaches so resilient?
Here comes the heavy artillery. It was the warm shower. It wasn't like the average shower which had a raining effect. There are only three holes on the head, and it shoots small rapid bursts of water. Like a massaging thing or something. But because it only has three holes, it shoots the same amount of water but at a much faster speed.
The roach was feeling more impact now, but it still didn't let go. I covered one hole with my finger, yelling "concentrated fire!" in my head. The water moved at an even much faster speed. If the roach still didn't move, I could cover another hole to make the impact even more, but it did. It finally fell back, and travelled with the water into the sink.
I kept shooting at it, hoping I could kill it. But after a while the roach still didn't die, and I found it a waste of water, so I had to think of a way to dispose of it. It kept trying to climb up, so I kept shooting at it and making it slide back down while thinking of a solution. Quite a funny sight.
I finally thought of something. I shot at the roach and forced it into walking inside the scoop, which I had put on the basin for it to climb into. Then I flicked the scoop and made the roach fall into the toilet bowl. Now it was struggling in the water. The water was too deep and the toilet bowl too steep, so it couldn't climb back up. I watched it struggle in the water and toilet paper which I used to wipe my ass. Finally it stopped moving, and I flushed it down.
Score one for the humans.
Brainiac is on tonight. 10pm on arts central.