Monday, November 30, 2009

Lets Get it Together USA

Russia had weapons mounted on Space Stations. How did we overlook this.

"Defense measures

In addition to reconnaissance equipment, Almaz was equipped with a 23mm Nudelman rapid-fire cannon mounted in a stationary position to the forward belly of the station.[1] This self-lubricating cannon was modified from the tail-gun of Tu-22 jet bomber, and was capable of firing 950 rounds per minute. Each 200 gram projectile flew at a speed of 690 m/s relative to the station[2]. To aim the cannon the entire station would be quickly reoriented facing the threat.

Salyut 3/OPS-2 conducted a successful test firing on a target satellite remotely with the station unmanned due to concerns over excessive vibration and noise.

OPS-4 was to have featured two unguided missiles instead of the aircraft cannon, but this system has not been shown publicly and may have never been fully manufactured."


Daylight Spendings (Or More Properly, the end of Daylight Savings)

Ok, so, I've resovled that Daylight saings time is the best. I would type in a normal sentence format, but here's what I said to Nemo:
"Even though I Wake up an hour early for the first week (Which I wasted by staying up till 2 the night before) I get sunshine when it's morning, which I could care less about, even though It's nice for driving, when school's over, it's twilight, and I can only be outside until 5 before the sun goes down, and it's pitch black at 6! Which I personally think is ridiculous."
It's really depessing really. I honestly don't want to do anyting on my way to school, but I do want to do stuff after school, but it's pitch black by six o clock!!

Here's the Wikipedia article:

Some Facts:
"DST is commonly not observed during most of winter, because its mornings are darker: workers may have no sunlit leisure time, and children may need to leave for school in the dark." I honestly don't care. It may be a pain for people driving, but I don't mind it being dark in the morning, plus, it means I get to see the sunrise in the morning, which is much cooler than actual sunlight. Additionally, right before daylight spendings time enacted, I'd look to DC, and see the glow of the sun, at which point, I could convince myself it was a nuclear raid, sprint fullout to the school/fallout sheter. Oh the shennanigans...

"In 1975 the U.S. DOT conservatively identified a 0.7% reduction in traffic fatalities during DST, and estimated the real reduction to be 1.5% to 2%" SAFETY!! DST is safer than Non-DST!!! Look! Proof!

Well, that's about it, so, DST isn't coming around for a while, so I might as well just make the best of it, and have adventures before school and in the early morning more now. Thanks for Reading!

Saturday, November 28, 2009

The Orange Spaceship

Ok, so, I wrote this a while ago (at the end of this year, I'm going to have so many one paragraph stories/crappy vignettes...) and I just got around to posting it. I'll probably continue it sometime.

The passengers looked back on the world they were leaving behind, as the fleets moved in. Headed towards the only opening, high above Antarctica, praying they'd make it.
A result of intergalactic negotiations gone wrong, twelve hundred carriers from Citrusia had arrived on the already weakened Earth's doorstep. As their beams shot down apon the major cities, the frigates entered the atmosphere. Humans were preparing o fight, despite the imminent loss facing them. The laser installation on the moon had been wiped out before it could fire a shot.
The spaceship broke free of the atmosphere's pull, and those aboard knew that they wouldn't have an earth to come back to. The future of humanity lay aboard an Orange Spaceship

Tuesday, November 24, 2009


Ok, well, this is a bit concerning. But first, I TOLD YOU GINGERISM EXISTED!!!! Ok, well, this is kind of ridiculous on a few levels. First, they just followed the example of a South Park episode, which is absurd enough. Ok, look, South Park is funny, and you can joke about it, but for the love of, Following its example? Really? Second, I mean, it's pretty brutal, but, I feel like the kid couldn't defend himself, like, (not endorsing violence) If I was in that situation, I'd just tackle one kid and try to rip his head off, it would scare the hell oout of everyone... Also, there were a couple people talking about us in the same way white people talked about black people before the 1950's, while trying not to sound racist, I mean, I guess I never noticed it before, but, now that I'm on the reciveing end, I can see why there's still so much racial tension, white people just don't understand. Thy try, but white eople just can't emphasize, I'm sorry, you can't.
But it is also really concerning. I mean, I feel pretty much accepted, because I don't think my hair matters that much, even though I am the only redhead in my grade. I just don't think it's that weird, I guess because I never thought about it that much before, but evidently some people think that that's enough reason to ostracize some one. I mean, I feel like I have a better understanding of racism now, but I don't think that it can really compare.
But really, following South Park?! Really?!

Monday, November 23, 2009

More Comics, and the Rest of the Drawings

So, I made some more comics, and I decided "What the hell" and am going to post the rest of those drawings that I never got around to doing. Hopefully the next blog post will have some legitimate amount of writing.

Ha! I lied, there are still more drawings!

Here's a quote form the Who:
Let's see action! Let's see people! Let's see freedom!

Here's a quote from xkcd:

We did not invent the algorithm. The algorithm consistently finds Jesus. The algorithm killed Jeeves.
The algorithm is banned in China. The algorithm is from Jersey. The algorithm constantly finds Jesus.
This is not the algorithm. This is close.

Sunday, November 22, 2009

More Comics!

I can't figure out a name, but,

Here's some more comics (I hope you like them too...) [And if you click on them, they zoom in!]

I made a comic!

Well, Nemo bought some army men yesterday, and made a few comics, here's one I made.
I hope you like it...

Monday, November 16, 2009

Cowboys and Woolly Mammoths

Ok, so last night, I lied.

Sorry. I guess I was just really tired. now, here's some pictures of a Cowboy riding a Wooly mammoth.

Here's the Proof to prove it:

Statments: Reasons:
1. Humans lived at the same time as 1. Given
woolly mammoths
2. Types of Indians lived at the same 2. Given
time as woolly mammoths.
3. Cowboys lived at the same time 3. The Sundance Kid
as Indians.
4. Cowboys are human. 4. Given
5. Cowboys lived at the same time as 5. Substitution Property and
woolly mammoths. deductive reasoning.

If any one can prove otherwise, show me said proof! There's my proof!

Sunday, November 15, 2009


Ok, well, I've realized that my sense of humor has pretty much reverted back to third grade. Maybe to be "ironic" but it's all absurdism, dinosaurs, and playing tetris compulsively. This is a problem. I'm not sure what I can attribute it to though, but I'm going to assume xkcd, MLIA, and College Humor. This needs to turn around NOW! I looked back at elementary schoolers, and I had a simillar sense of humor as them, which I attributed to me tryign to "be ironic". This is bad/
I apologize about not adding a drawing to this blog post. I have more, but, stuff.

Crazydude needs to post more on his blog.

Jesus, I'm not even elaboration on anything now. I'm probably not going to post anything on this blog for a while, there's just not enough time for anything anymore, and i have to not fail this quarter. So, yeah, whatever.

Friday, November 13, 2009


As you can see above, Google Earth captured a Lancaster Bomber flying over a neighborhood in England. If you want to see it in Google Earth, go to 52 20 10.87N 0 11 43.34W and under "Edit" "Historical View" and go to December 30th 2003.

In additional news, I apologize for the embryo donation ad on the bottom of the blog, but I can't et rid of it without getting rid of tetris...

Saturday, November 7, 2009

According to the dentist, flossiog is my new hobby...

Friday, November 6, 2009

He's the One, Who Likes All Our Pretty Songs

Ha! Fooled you! I bet that you thought I was going to talk about Nirvana or In Bloom! Which is on Never- nevermind, I guess I did in fact, talk about Nirvana. Drat! Outsmarted again!

Well, I'm sitting here, drinking root beer, and reflecting on the fact that my kneecaps no longer work. But, root beer is delicious, so it evens out.

I read a Choose Your Own Adventure book last night (Surely the ultimate form of literature), and my adventure was pretty good, but left me with more questions than answers. My friends and I flew to the Sahara, and spotted a UFO, the aliens asked us to steal some salt from the traders nearby, and we agreed. They gave us a laser pistol, and as we started off, we ran into ourselves, and the other us said that the traders needed water, which the Aliens had accidentally dug up, and the Aliens needed salt, and we ended up getting a tour of the galaxy. Despite how confused I was, it was an adventure, none the less.

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Aero 6-5000

They should toatally make one! No joke! I mean, it might be kinda awkward to cross the bridge, but think about it, it'd be like a road trip, in the Sky!!!

Hmm, I just realized that the Triceratops drawing would've looked better if I put it with my dinosaur post, oh well, fail.

Well, today, I went on an epic adventure with Nemo, involving Smurfs, Ice Cream, a tower, and Dinosaurs. Hopefully he'll put up pictures soon.