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Earlier I posted a comment elsewhere about the ability to manipulate other people’s comments on one’s blog. However, the passing quality was so low that there was no point trying to make them worse, and I didn’t want to delete any when I get scarce traffic as it is. But that is DUST compared to this:

I’m checking my comments and I see this screen:

Oh dear God. This is crazy. This is all any hacker, cyberbully, spammer, or stalker needs to make your life miserable. Huck Huck Huck Shot Shot Shot Shot Shot Shot. And people wonder why their data gets hacked or they get viruses.

(Oh, and yes, my autocorrect corrects huck to huck and shot to shot)

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Facebook? Nah.

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So I decided to give Facebook a try, because Google+ and a school blog are seriously inadequate for online socializing. However, I got offended during the signup process and decided against it.

Two anchors left…

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So now that I’ve finished the assignment, it’s back to posting random stuff.

I tried my hand at writing a private blog some months ago. Unfortunately, due to dastardly circumstances, I had to delete it. During the process, my awesome mind found an allusion to the process. Just don’t make fun of me for it.

“Jack, please, stay with me. I need you. I love you forever”

“Hold tight, Jack, we’ll get through this together…Jack? NOOOO! JACK!”

(whispers, crying)Goodbye, Jack, I’ll never forget you.”

I had to post it. 😐

“Australian animals are venomous” they said

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In the name of all the Australian wombats, kangaroos, dolphins, wallabies, mammals, koalas, and the other 97% of the animal population that is not venomous, I must charge to defend your legacy.

But seriously. The only poisonous animals there are, like, the platypus, some snakes and some insects. As compared to the hundreds of cute, unique, and largely harmless animals that live in this great continent. Do not defame the name of the Australian outback with improperly researched comments.

Brought to you by Hyperbole Nazis, Inc.

(BTW this is a big joke so please don’t get offended :-D)

 

 

First world problems

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Eh, why do I have such high standards? And why does everyone overlook them?

A Very Wistful Bucket List

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As Adam said in a previous comment elsewhere, it’s a bad idea to open up yourself to the world – someone will always find a way to nail you for it. Nonetheless, this is an assignment that I feel very personally about. It’s simple. No complex baking of raw opinions/feelings into text. Just a (and yes it pretty much is a ) wish list. A G-rated one, true, but still, essentially a wish list.

Now, this will be a list of everything, even stuff that is not currently physically achievable. So time travel and friends are included. Enjoy, and comment about specific items, no “cool bro” trash. And I’m sorry if some of these don’t make sense, but like I said, it’s personal.

Stuff To Do Before I Die:

  1. Fly first class in a modern jet.
  2. Climb a mountain (a biiig talll mountain) and yell HAKUNA MATATA at the top.
  3. Ask ****** ****** out and make it the best night she ever had.
  4. Go whitewater rafting in a one-man canoe with some buddies
  5. Develop Winux.
  6. Get the most expensive stereo money can and BLAST all my favorite songs all night long.
  7. Make foods taste good but without the chemicals
  8. Travel back in time with a camera and take a photo of all those hilarious moments.
  9. Tell a certain celebrity that she is mind-blowingly hot.
  10. Skydive
  11. Do that roll-window-down-and-tilt-glasses scene for someone I dislike.
  12. Go to a party and actually have fun.
  13. Stop hoping to have an awesome life, and go and actually have an awesome life.
  14. Develop selectively-solid light technology.
  15. Become an acclaimed and awesome photographer
  16. Plan an unique and wonderful birthday party for someone that without them ever knowing who did it.
  17. Start a technology company, make actually good products, and become the next Apple only with a soul.
  18. Make a single-person jetpack capable of going at Mach 3, into outer space, and fly all day on full throttle.
  19. Learn to play guitar
  20. Build my own eco-awesoeme-dream house that runs completely on solar power.
  21. Change the world for the better
  22. Develop a 4D gaming system
  23. Learn how to dance, like seriously cool dance (I mean, the fist-thumping scenario is no longer applicable)
  24. Make a bunch of money so I can do what I want.
  25. RIDE A DUNE BUGGY IN SOME DUNES
  26. Go to a R/C plane flying competition, and win.
  27. Become a guy that someone would voluntarily hug.
  28. Drive up to school on prom night in a Fisker Karma wearing a classy suit
  29. Get mind-reading abilities
  30. Perform in a theater
  31. Get friends, like a lot of friends
  32. Become an expert in audio-visual technologies
  33. Become good at some sport, maybe swimming or track or biking.
  34. Go to CalTech and figure out what I’m gonna be in life
  35. Stage a real-life hot pursuit, with jammers and EMP’s and everything
  36. Learn computer programming
  37. Get a good-looking hairstyle
  38. Finish high school with all A’s.
  39. Buy 10,000 acres of forest and make it a natural reserve.
  40. Win the lottery
  41. Ride one of those super-long rainforest ziplines.
  42. Own and know how to fly in something that flies (paraglider, airplane, glider)
  43. Find a me place that no one else in the world knows about.
  44. Change/save someone’s life.
  45. Once a year, google “postcard” and travel to a place like in one of the results (seriously, where do they GET those pictures of mountain rivers and white sandy beaches and stuff???)
  46. Be an investigator for the CIA on a case.
  47. Order a CARGO TRUCK FULL of all my favorite foods.
  48. Stay at a 5-star hotel
  49. Buy something because I like it and no other reason
  50. Eat as much glazed donuts as I want.
  51. Go scuba diving in Mediterranean-crystal-clear water
  52. Be on the roof of a skyscraper
  53. Become a good cook
  54. Eat dinner with a girl at the top of the Eiffel Tower. Kiss recommended but not required.
  55. Get a really fast and powerful computer.
  56. Have a personal theater in the basement of my new house with a mini snack bar next to each of the couches.
  57. Play the THX trademark sound at full volume in my personal theater’s 7.1 surround system.
  58. Play airsoft/paintball
  59. Rent a jetski for a week
  60. Do the stuff below:

And that’s my  (current, G-rated, school-policy-complying) bucket list. It’s long, but…good things may come in small packages; good writing comes in long packages.

Off topic again

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Anyone notice how those looong blogs just turn your interest off? It’s all text and no fun. I’m trying to spice mine up, while waiting for the next assignment.

Okay, so I’ve been receiving updates from Gizmodo since Saturday, and I love it. It’s the technical equivalent of TIME, no lie. The stories are to the point, interesting, and G-rated, meaning I can reblog anything. You guys should check it out.

I was reading articles about Apple’s exorbitant moneymaking, and I saw this:

Apple CEO Tim Cook Made a Funny!

[Apple]
By Brian Barrett

Apr 24, 2012 5:35 PM

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During Apple’s call today to discuss its monster earnings last quarter, CEO Tim Cook was asked his opinion on Windows 8. He said all of the expected things about how the iPad has unlimited potential, but also weighed in on tablet-PC hybrid devices with this little bon mot:

“You can converge a toaster and a fridge, but those things are probably not going to be pleasing to the user.”

I get your point, Tim, but if I’m being totally honest with myself? If I saw a toaster-fridge at Lowe’s on payday I would buy it. No question.

Update: And because this is the Internet, FridgeToaster has already responded on Twitter:

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I stopped rolling on the floor long enough to reblog this. Comment if you get it.
(A similar article was found on Geekwire, which explains the irony more thoroughly)

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