Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Re: Craig Ferguson's Rattlesnake Cup

Am I using that right? Does Re: stand for Reply? Because I usually use it for things here that I'm not so much replying to as I am commenting on. You know, as if it stood for Regarding. Anyway, if you see posts like this on my blog, the Re: at the start of the title means Regarding.

Now, I forget who, but someone who was a guest on the Late Late Show made the mistake of giving Craig a gift from the Rattlesnake Museum. It's a coffee mug that looks like a coiled snake. Somehow, it's become a fixture on the show now. He replaced his regular Late Later Show mug with this one, and it's all any of the guests can talk about. They ask where he got it, he tells the whole story again, and we blow another 5 minutes talking about a cup.

Look, I'm not complaining, but what's the point of having a different guest each night if they're all going to talk about the damn snake cup? Does no one watch the show before they go on? Everyone's surprised by this thing? He's had it for at least a week now and people are still devoting 2 minutes out of their 10 minute interview to asking about the cool snake cup. I kind of expect Craig to get sick of telling the story about the Rattlesnake Museum thing over and over again. Then again, he tells the same jokes night after night, so maybe I'm underestimating him.

Also, sorry for my relatively low post count lately. Finals are coming up, I have projects whose due dates are approaching, and I'm just generally busy. I'm still making posts here and on Hubpages, though. I'll add the Hubpages link to the sidebar. Go check out my stuff there if you're still bored.

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Oh, why?

Why did I need to know this? More importantly, am I expected by the creators of this anti-Earth Day facebook group to change my opinion about the "left-wing communist agenda" based on one guy who killed someone?

Rather than argue this idiotic point, I'll just refer you to John Stewart's train of logic.

Long answer - Why is it that when the right wing is in power, they tell all the lefties that it's unamerican to not support the president and his policies, but when Obama gets into office, they suddenly decide it's time to revolt against the "oppression" of the "fascist" government? You seem to have communism/fascism confused with losing. As hard as it might be to accept, many people support the way things are going right now and their constituents aren't in a hurry to second-guess the new administration's plans. The majority made their decision, and now they're getting their way. You got to do it for 8 years. Give us at least a couple of months before you start whining.

Short answer - This is America. Love it or leave it.

Monday, April 20, 2009


Whatcha doin? Just chillin? Cool, cool.

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So... do you like popsicles?

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I shaved.

(And judging by this picture, I developed Down's syndrome)

Sunday, April 19, 2009

I love boobies

And I'm not talking about the species of seabird. Breasts. Mammaries. Jugs. Fun-bags.

But you know what? Boobs are in danger. From what? From cancer! ZOMG! Yes, it's true. Cancer destroys perfectly good sets of titties all the time. It's a disaster and a crime, and it needs to be stopped.

So what can you do about it? Simple. All it takes is a click or two.

If the GreaterGood's breast cancer site gets enough clicks by the end of April, they're going to donate $10,000 to breast cancer research. But time is running out, so get out there and click like crazy. Well, okay, not like crazy. Once a day per person. But still, you get the idea. Get the word out. Save a pair of boobs today!

I think I smell a meme

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

I need help

I think I must be the least motivated human being that ever lived. Day after day, I just do absolutely nothing. I have plenty of stuff that I could be doing, I should be doing, but do I do them? No, I sleep all day and dick around on the Internet at night. Once in a while I find time for schoolwork.

What's really scaring me is the lack of lucidity I have lately. Events of the past 60 hours or so just all seem to mesh together. If it weren't for my calendar, I'm not sure I'd even know the day of the week. Whenever people ask me what's up, I honestly have no idea what to say, because I can't process whatever the hell I'm doing with my life.

Okay, so bitching aside, here's my point: I'm basically a person who only ever gets things done under some kind of pressure. With the low-stress environment I create for myself, I get complacent and stop doing productive things. So, if I'm going to get anything done, I may need a kick in the backside. Here's my current to-do list:

  • Finish some of the short story ideas I've been working on

  • Work on turning Paradigm Shift into a webcomic so Jordan will stop taking it seriously and start liking it

  • Finish reading Fractured

  • Bathe

So, if any readers honestly want to see me finish any of those things, or just want to get on my case about something, comment or email me about it.

Wednesday, April 08, 2009


Just letting everyone know, this won't be the only place I scribble my inane ramblings on the Internet. I started an account on HubPages, and I've already written about the weather and my favorite movie of the year. Not all at once, mind you.

Clickify me, Cap'n

There's my profile over there. I'm directing people from there here, too, so I hope I'll gain a couple readers one way or another.

Other than that, I don't have much to write about. I mean, yeah, the weather blows, but I already wrote about that this morning. Oh, what's that? You didn't read that? Well, then I guess you'd better go over to my hub and check it out.

Okay, that's all for now, beloved interweb friends. Peace and love.

Tuesday, April 07, 2009


By the way, I'd just like to reiterate how much I'm loving Billy vs. SNAKEMAN. If you love anime or hate it, you should seriously consider trying this game. You only have to log in once a day, but you can choose to break it up into separate visits if you want. The whole system starts out kind of shallow but gets deeper and deeper as you go along. The "story" is hilarious, the missions are varied and fun, and there are a lot of cool people to be met.

Plus, the referral points for me wouldn't hurt.

This shit is hilarious to me

Anyone else read Last Blood? What about the comments? Oh, you must. They're a riot. And not just when Jon Pander is being himself.

A discussion emerged today so ridiculous, it bears sharing with others. Here's what you need to know: Jon explains how Mac (the character in the comic) will probably smack the zombie in the head with a golf ball so hard that it explodes. Systemz chooses to explain why this is impossible. Several WTF moments ensue. Start reading here:

I never can understand why trollish types online always ignore my feeble attempts at being the voice of reason. Well, whatever.