Sunday, July 26, 2009

In Which Humanity Destroys Nature


Ok, first, this post is more of a response to Nemo's statement than anything else, but I disagree with what he says. This will be a purely scientific standpoint, just to say.

When humans first came around, they lived, 20- 25 years, aboAlign Leftut as much as a wolf or a deer, they lived a normal time compared to other animals. But over the course of just 2 million years, we've risen to the most dominant being on earth. And, in around, 500 years, we've extended our lifespan to tremendous amounts. The oldest person ever was 122. 122! A lot of trees don't live to be 122! Humans have also carried animals along for the ride with them, and while most animals associated with humans are exploited for food our labor, some, like dogs, are just there for the point of being there, if you think about it, it's ridiculous, but humanity does it. The main thing we have is the ability to invent. We're no longer just existing in our environment, we actively go out and change our environment to suit our needs, and while it may not always be good, it just goes to show how far we've come. As well as changing our environments, we also can move freely between environments. There's humans on every corner of the globe, the only other animals that have that ability are dogs, and it's partially thanks to us. And while humanity's inventions may not always be good, and our bodies are still fragile, in the aspect of physical breaking, we've extended our original lifespans by 60+ years, have effectively wiped out an entire virus, an have taken over the world. Call it what you want, but I think that that's evidence enough to show that nature is distinctly not, beating us.

Sunday, July 19, 2009



Hey guys, I'm back from the Adirondacks, in NY. It was beutiful up there. Despite the fact that I got Super-Sunburnt, it was an awesome trip. The Adirondacks are 6 Million acres. That's almost a quarter of the entire state. Once you get up on top of a mountain, or in the center of the lake, you can see miles, and the view is breath taking. The Japanese come here and are astonished by how vast it is, because they sell land by the square foot.

Also, the entire week was spent with my mom's side of the family, and it was pretty awesome.

And, that's all I really can say right now.


Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Ever Notice How the Title is Kind of a Spoiler?

GRRRRR [Angry Face]. This bugs me, I would rant about it, but I'm sure my various rants that don't really apply to anyone must get really irritating...

On a lighter note, I found one of my old Super Balls!! Those things are insane! The rest of this week is going to rock.

Huh, I need to double check my spelling more...

I apologize for the incoherent-ness of this post.

Yes! Crazy Dude is back from China!! But he's on a 12 hour difference from us, so it'll be a couple of days before he's back on normal time. Speaking of which, Crazy Dude- My new radio tower makes yours look like a walkie-talkie!

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Various Pictures, and a New Story!


Well, Nemo and I are working on a new story, similar to "Sloth Island", and will be posted on Inexicplicable, and I finally scanned up a bunch of various drawings, so, I'll release them over the course of the week.
Explanations For the Pictures to Come:
1. Our shool got lazy...
2. Self Explaniatory mostly (The guy in the second drwaing is holding a "Torch Flashlight")
3. This happens to me on a regular basis...
4. Personal Experience...
5. A Moose!
6. I was bored, also, I wouldn't suggest Nuking Wyoming, just turn the entire state into a national park.

Monday, July 6, 2009

Various Thoughts From Camp

Well, here's just some thoughts and quotes from camp:

Damn Swedes, they're beating us in the spork race. They've already mastered the Sporf, far beyond the simple "Sporks" we're still messing with. As of now, it looks like socialism is the way to go, but, just like against the Russians, I have confidence that the US will prevail! This is why, although I have a Sporf, I find that the Ka-Bar Hobo (Similar One) is far a better tool. So remember, buy American Made!

Also, I found out that they replaced the "Cookie Monster" with the "Veggie Monster" most would assume that they just wanted to make it "Healthier", but I realized that the Cookie Monster had OD'd, what do you think was in those cookies, causeing him to eat them that obsessivly....

Also, in the debate of whether Sonic or Shadow is better, I just have to say, Speedy Gonzales kicks both of thier rear ends!

Saturday, July 4, 2009

America, and Some Thoughts from Camp...

Today is July 4th, the day of our Nation's independence, and the day America is most protected from Alien invasion by a cloud of fire (Wrond again! -Whoever made Independence Day, awesome movie though...). As I have said many times earlier, USA! USA! USA!! WOOOO!!!!! But, seriously, I thank whatever benevolent power there is that I was born an American, I live a great lifestyle, have more than I need, live in the most beautiful country on the planet. While the romanticized image of "The Land of Opprotunity" may be gone, America is still as full of opprotunity as it was 200 years ago.

Also, I just got back from summer camp, which, overall was pretty awesome. That's kind of why I didn't post for a week. Thankfully, I didn't get any ticks, go figure. I'll post my thoughts from camp later. Forcast for the rest of the summer: I'm going to a family reunion for a week, next Saturday, and then I'll go to another camp the first week of August, so my blogging may fail somewhat...

Well, I'm going to find out the recent events, and then go watch the fireworks, bye.