Thursday, December 11, 2008

The Navy

Sorry about the wait guys, it's been a while, and I've been writing, ON PAPER!!! Hope to get some new stories up this month..

Here's one of the pieces I've been working on (Feel free to comment)

The Navy
“Hey! Johnny! You hear about the Captain’s voyage?” Richard yells to his friend, “I hear that we’re going out tomorrow! They’re preparing our boat now!”
“Great. By any chance, would we be looking for that Skiff that sank off the coast a couple of weeks ago?”
“I don’t know, but I heard it mentioned.”
“Let’s go.”
They christened their ship the Remember. The Remember was a masterpiece of technology. Made completely waterproof, the newest navigation instruments, reinforced armor, and a blast-proof hull, it was one of the most advanced ships in the Navy.
The morning that the crew boarded the ship, there was a light drizzle, that no one figured would be a problem. But, as the crew was boarding the ship, Charlie fell into the freezing water. As soon as he hit the water, he got chilled, and started to sink. Richard dove in after him, bringing a soaked limp body back up to the ship. They preformed CPR, and Charlie regained conciseness.
“Richard,” Captain Larry said, “Charlie’s in no condition to go out on the water now, put him in my quarters, and it’s your job to keep watch over him.”
“Aye-aye Sir!” Rick saluted, never one to disobey a superior’s orders.
That night, a terrible storm hit. Remember was pushed miles off course from the Skiff, and was forced to take shelter in a cove between two gigantic cliffs. Unfortunately, their ship was stuck on a sandbar. The crew tried to free it, but all attempts failed.
Then, things took a turn for the worst.
A massive boulder fell onto the Remember! The Ship was torn in two, and the bow was crushed as if it were an eggshell.
Luckily, most of the crew was on the helm, so they were ok, most of them, that is, except for Charlie.
“Charlie!!” Rick sprinted the length of the deck, and dove into the water, trying to find his way through the maze of crushed ship. Richard saw Charlie; his leg was trapped when the ship collapsed. Rick swam down to try to get him out, but to no avail. It was impossible, his leg was stuck.
Just then, rescue helicopters landed, and the crew piled in.
“Get in Johnny!” Capt. Larry yelled.
“What about Rick and Charlie, we can’t just leave them here to die!”
“That’s an order!!”
Men in the Navy are trained not to cry. No matter how deep the sadness is. And, although sorrow wrenched him apart, Johnny couldn't’t bring himself to cry, Rick would’ve wanted it that way.


Six months later, the crew of Remember II, headed by Johnny, found Richard’s body, Charlie’s was never found.
Richard’s gravestone read Here lies Richard Larson. A true Seaman. Died serving his country and fellow sailor.

In memory of Richard, a brave Sailor.

Based on a true story.

Friday, November 21, 2008



He waits,
His Doom,
The meaning of life.

Then it hits him,
Slicing him into little pieces,
The pain is unbearable,
All is for naught,
But the
Torture's just begun.

They throw him
In a pool of fire,
It burns more
Than words can describe,
Then, to add insult to injury,
They put salt on him.

French Fry

Sorry guys, that's all I have today.

Monday, November 17, 2008

I Believe in Harvey Dent

I think that we've all seen the Dark Knight, it was a terrific movie, this week, all I have to say is that I Believe in Harvey Dent!

Warning: I don't own any rights to Harvey Dent, or The Dark Knight

Monday, November 10, 2008

Sorry Guys

I was planning on getting up some "Scary Stories" for Halloween, but I failed, obviously.

Here's some [late] Halloweeen Stories, only one of them is mine, can you guess which one?

Once, there was a Farmer, he had a few horses, but his favorite one was named Maggie. He'd had her for quite a while, and she was pretty old. Although he didn't ride her anymore, he still fed her, and took her out to run.
One day, at the Local Carnival, he went to the future telling both, the gypsy said, "It's foggy, but, your favorite horse will cause your death."
When he got back to his ranch, he eyed Maggie a bit diffferently, hoping she wouldn't cause his death.
A couple weeks later, a man came up to the farmer, and asked if he could have his horse, he had a couple of kids, and they would love it. The farmer agreed, and was glad that that weight was lifted off his shoulders.
A good while later, the man came back to the farmer, and told him that Maggie had died. In spite of himself, he couldn't help but feel glad. "Can I go see her?" the Farmer asked.
WHen he got to the man's house, he looked in the corner of the pasture and saw Maggie's bones there. He knelt down and picked up Maggies Skull, only to discover that a rattlesnake had made it's home under it. The snake bit him and the farmer died. The End

One day Jack woke up, and found a note under his pillow, which read you will die in 7 days. Jack thought that his brother was messing with him, and quickly forgot about it.
The next morning, he found a note under his pillow you will die in 6 days. He thought it was his brother again, and was determined to catch him in the act. Jack tried staying up, but fell asleep at 12-ish. When he woke up, a note said 5 days. 
Jack was getting progressively more and more scared. He went through the same routine on the 4th and 3rd nights, by then he was pretty scared. 
Interestingly enough, the next day, Jack's brother had a sleep-over at a friend's house, so Jack slept easy that night. In the morning, he found a not: 2. HE was TERRIFIED! He kept checking behind his back all day, and was really jumpy.
He didn't sleep a wink, and he went to his parent's bed. In the morning he found a note Last Day. Jack skipped school, and locked himself in the closet and hid all night.
In the morning, he went to his bed, and found his pillow was gone, beside it was a note Thank you for your patience, your pillow wasn't actually a pillow, it was an under-cover KGB agent, we exterminated him. -CIA
Jack was so glad, he ran downstairs to tell his parents, but on the way down, he tripped on 
his shoelace, fell, and died. The End

It should be pretty easy, try to guess which one I wrote, leave a comment.
Thanks for reading!

Friday, October 17, 2008


Thank Goodness it's Friday!!
And for all of you who have way too much time,  go to the Mooseiest Blog Around!!

We all have to learn these lessons sometime or another. I learned it today. It's all fun and games until somebody messes up their face. Or sophomores show up.... 
Sophomores are great scapegoats, just blame stuff on them.
"And that's all I have to say about that." - Forrest Gump

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Isreal and Hezbollah

Now, the Jihad needs containing!!!

And go to Moose McMuffins Blog!!!! NOW!!

So, now comes the time for Halloween. I expect everyone has some pretty good costumes.
But, even if you're not Trick-or-Treating, or giving out candy. Don't sit on your porch and say, I don't celebrate Halloween. Just Don't. But, If you sit on the porch with a shotgun, and wait until people see it, that's OK.

As of now, Canada is now the second largest country in the world. Fact, Canada owns more of the U.S. than any other country. Fact, Canadians walk among us, unnoticed. Fact, the CN tower was built to broadcast nuclear attack warnings to the US, and now is entirely under Canadian control. Fact, Canada has amassed over 90% of their population along their border with the United States, preparing for a mass invasion. Fact, Canada is Socialist. Fact, over 50% of the World's Moose population is being held hostage in Canada. Fact, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has mention Canada in multiple speeches. Fact, China is trying to destroy the United States population by poisoning it's population with lead-based toys. Fact, the United States: Life, Liberty, and the Reckless Pursuit of Happiness at any cost, even Life and Liberty. Palestine, now under 24-hour suicide bombing watch. I bet the world looks alot different now.
On a (iffy) Serious Note, a Huge Problem today is the debate about Chechnia, a place in Russia, which wants to become it's own country. Bombing are going on constantly, and people are dying, if anyone could donate 20$ to me, I'd be very happy.
Even worse, Belaruis has the Hammer and Sicle on it's flag (COMMIES!!!!!!).
I'm all politic-ey today, so go see these videos (I don't own any rights for them). 

Jib Jab, (Rules): (Go to Originals)
Albino Blacksheep: (Flash Files, and Politics)

Thanks For Reading!!!
(Even though Bush is a terrible Pres. If we inpeach him, the terrorists won, or haven't you been paying attention for the past 7 years?)
Feel Free to Comment

Monday, September 22, 2008

Fall, Meh

Well, today is the first day of Fall, and that means that it's that time of year again, where helpless children are forced to another 9 years of jail, and we go out of our way to step on that crunchy looking leaf. Evidently, Columbus Day is no longer a legitimate holiday. Darn, I liked Columbus Day. Other that that, there's not much to say about Fall. 
Everyone should realize the complexity of Astronaut Ice Cream,(all the sweet, cooling refreshingness of ice cream, minus the cooling refreshingness) because I don't...
What if? There was a moose, on the loose, filled with juice, on a caboose, who escaped a noose, and  who's slightly obtuse, What if?

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Gingervitis and 9-11

Well, today is 9-11, and I'm sick, It really sucks, but on a more serious note, over 2900 people died 7 years ago today, and the History channel is all about it today. If you don't tear up every time you see the towers collapse, you should die now you heartless SOB. Now. Die. 

I also was recently diagnosed with gingervitis, which give me Abnormally white skin, freckels, and red hair. And there's no cure. Help fight the cure! Don't Donate! I don't really care if I have it though... X) Thanks for reading!

Thursday, September 4, 2008

Frogger and the Blargapuss

Well, I got a HTML Write-up of the classic 80's game frogger (I hope...), and You'll (Hopefully) find it at the bottom of this post. But it is not mine! At all!  But I hope you like it.

Also, I recently got Google Chrome, which is insanely cool. If you have Internet Explorer, definitely switch! It automatically imports your bookmarks/favorites from your old browser, has a new tab system, where you can pull them off for new items, awesome address bar, and a whole lot more. The only problem is that it needs some more/newer plug ins to work completely. If you download it, read the informational comic, Go Google Chrome!

Onto the Blargapuss, in ancient times, when the world was strived by war and conflicts, a group of dark mages gathered deep in the forest on a moonless night, and sacrificed their powers to create the ultimate being. The Blargapuss was created. Sadly for the mages, they were ambushed by a pack of wolves, who, sensing the power of the Blargapuss, grabbed it, and became mad with power. For the next to centuries, the Lycans would terrorize Eastern Europe. But tensions grew, and the humans were fighting back. Eventually, the race disappeared, but the Blargapuss lived on. A passing lizard sunned on a "rock" for too long, and woke up very different. He grabbed the Blargapuss, and found a cave. Dragons were born. They prospered, but eventually, they too, lost control of the power. They either went into hiding, or disappeared. One of king Arthur's knight's, Sir Galahad, found the Blargapuss, and became the most powerful knight in all of Europe. somehow, along the way, minuscule amounts of Blargapuss residue became airborne, and floated to the island nation of Japan, where a select few either gained immense power, or agility, those few would become the stuff of legends, the world over. After Galahad passed on, Arthur claimed the Blargapuss. England was successful for centuries. But one late one night, a few Scottish rebels snuck into the palace, and stole the Blargapuss. William Wallace defended the Blargapuss, but the British fought to reclaim the Blargapuss, somehow, in the conflict, the Blargapuss, was lost. 
Centuries later, when American colonists found the Blargapuss, they saw it's potential, and broke away from England. War was waged again, at the hands of the Blargapuss. When things looked bleakest for the Rebels, they used the Blargapuss to force a British surrender. The newly formed nation revolved around the source of power. But a foolish (redheaded) leader, traded the source of ultimate power, to France, for thousands of acres of land. The French leader Napoleon waged war on Europe, using the Blargapusses power, keeping his hand on it at all times. But he lost support of his people, and the Blargapuss was lost to history again. 
After a night on the town, Arch Duke Ferdinand found a odd object, only to be killed the next day. The world was plunged into war again. over nine million people would eventually die. But, even through all the horror, the Blargapuss disappeared. Or so the world thought. A young British soldier from Whales picked up, and almost was hit by Artillery. He returned to England, and buried it on top of the first mountain in Whales, realizing the destructive power of the Blargapuss. The sudden lack of the Blargapuss launched the world into a depression for years. Eventually, humans learned to live without the Blargapuss, except for one hopeful German. Adolph Hitler. He wielded the power of the Blargapuss, and crushed any resistance in his way. The Britons, learning from their past two confrontations with the Blargapuss, teamed up with the United States, and defeated the Germans.
Near the end of the War, U.S. scientists discovered the Blargapuss, and harnessed it's power to something capable of leveling a city. The Soviets saw this, and countered it. Spies stole the Blargapuss, and sent it off to the Soviet Union. The Americans at first thought that they saw their fake plans, and attacked Korea, then Vietnam. When the Soviets first launched the Sputnik, the Americans instantly realized that they had the Blargapuss., and were leaving on the moon. U.S. Astronaut Buzz Aldrin retrived the Blargapuss, but didn't get out of the shuttle first, and Niel became famous, additionally, the American Government didn't want the public to know about the Blargapuss, and covered it up. The Russians never knew the Americans got the Blargapuss, and the Blargapuss faded into the stuff of legend. It currently resides in an undisclosed location at the Nation's capital, waiting for it's time, ready to use it at a moment's notice.

Yeah, I know it was really long... See how much clearer History is now? Feel free to comment on it

Now, what you've all been waiting for! Frogger! It's a link!? What!?! Oh well...

Friday, August 29, 2008

Ground Zer0

Well, to start off, I'm a Redhead, and a Ginger. I created this blog to chronicle the Gingerism that takes place in my life... Not really, I just wanted to post some stuff on the interweb about myself. Be prepared to see stories, articles, my day to day life. All that crap. Also, every piece of work I post was written by me, unless otherwise specified. Plagiarism is bad.
Here's a Poem, to start off this insanity:
Have you ever stopped to think about the
Underappreciated sock?
Save a lucky few, they're condemned
to a fate of service.
Or is it a voluntary position? Do they do it for us-
and put up with the pain?
The stench, like a rotting body,
is endured without a word.
Nearly drowned, they emerge stark-white
and paralyzed,
then back through the cycle,
a never ending terror,
until they're too old or weak,
and give up, never to work again.
But through all their suffering, they stay true,
protecting us from the elements,
keeping out the cold,
Saving us, preventing stinging, burning, pain.
Do they yearn for the time they get,
out in the open, a chance to breathe?
How can something so rarely given thought,
Do so much?