Monday, November 27, 2006

Crazy Shit

You know, I'm definately opposed to hard drugs, but watching this video on how cocaine is made makes me wonder even more why people would put this trash in their bodies. This is a documentary made by Matthew Bristow and it's a little long, over six minutes, but well worth it. Still reeling from it.

Friday, November 17, 2006

Moo Post

I really haven't got much exciting news to post about, so I will simply just post some Moo to fulfill your junkie need for the cutest cat.

Moo finds out the best place to be is under the covers.

More undercover Moo.

What I see when I walk into my room (excuse the mess), Moo in the duvet crater.

We have successfully found a Moo approved toy. String.

Wednesday, November 15, 2006


I was checking out my blog on someone else's computer (yes I am that obsessed about it) and noticed that videos weren't loading, there was just a blank space there, but it's fine on my computer. Let me know if that's what you're experiencing... If you are I will curse Google's aquisition of YouTube and try to fix it.

Monday, November 13, 2006

Good Music and Stupid Updates

So, I'm honestly too lazy to go through again and format the pictures from Big Sur, so I'll eventually post them on Flickr and you can watch the elephant seal video right here, very interesting shimmy:

He's actually shuffling towards a juvenile elephant seal, if you can't see him, see that dark spot in the middle of the screen? That's the shadow cast by his head. The great thing is, he is either shimmying to shoo the juvenile off or to (as the volunteer guy said) "make it" with the juvenile. Luckily the little sucker got away, unfortunately I didn't get video of that.

In other news, I installed the newest windows update and now I have Internet Explorer 7 and let me tell you, it's annoying. I wonder how long I can use my IE v.6 before it becomes defunct.

And then...Just wanted to let you good folks know what kind of music I play on my iPod. Here's something that I pulled up today, I always feel happy when listening to this song. So here's "Captain Kirk" by Bob Schneider:

Monday, November 06, 2006

Avoiding school work

I have this big project due on Wednesday, it's 11:56AM on Monday, I've got time, but no drive. I don't want to work on the project right at this moment so I decided to post.

Today I will post:
-Bitching statements about my back pain
-Elephant seal videos
-Big Sur pictures
-Anything else that comes to mind later

First off...I'm going to throw in a curve ball and mess up the order because I must complain about my back NOW. It's in PAIN. I have no idea why, and I didn't bring my pain/aching balm with me to school because I was in a hurry this morning and Moo kept attacking my foot randomly, I was constantly looking around corners and doorways this morning to avoid having cat-sized cow attached to my leg intermittently bitting and releasing her claws into my foot. She's really quite a sweet cat, last night when I was sleeping on the couch she nuzzled up to my face and I pet her for quite a while before she fell asleep leaning on my face. Unfortunately the position wasn't too comfortable for me and I was forced to move and which point she used me as a catapult to the ground. But it seems that in the morning Moo takes a little bit of meth or crack or whateve street drug she has hidden in our house and then runs around the house constantly begging for attention even though we attempt to play with her with the toy. She is not amused by said toy.

Now...comics: Ctrl+Alt+Del is one of the comics I enjoy reading every Mon/Wed/Fri/Sat, sometimes it's hilarious and sometimes it flies over my head. That's what happens when you're a sporadic gamer. Here are some recent comics I enjoyed:

I remember when I was playing City of Heroes and morons would join the team, look to see if we had enough for a task force and leave if we didn't have 7. But then there's the idiots that join and go take a shit for and hour without telling us so we're stuck with this player that's just taking up space and of course he's the shooter and the rest of us are defenders. Can't get too far with a team full of defenders on a task force people. Remember that.

After Will explained this whole deal with the Wii and PS3 I realised that this was really funny. And would explain alot.

There's probably more, but I'm too lazy to look for them.

Post to be some point today.

Sunday, November 05, 2006

Well I Am Ninja....

In case you haven't ever seen this, you NEED to, he's so hi-larious, he had me clutching my stomach and laughing in pain (positive I swear). Click here to visit the funniest ninja. His videos are in many different formats, including podcast so you can watch on your iPod video.

And below, my favorite video so far, Ninja explains Podcasting to people over the age of 12:

Friday, November 03, 2006

Daily Outlet...

WHY? Why won't my bluetooth device just be installed all the time from the first time I installed it? Why must I reinstall again? You know, everything in my mind is supposed to have it's place, installation CDs go together, all my art supplies in its box, YET because of my inherit laziness, I never seem to put things where they belong, and I put myself in the same situation where I am on the floor, under my desk searching through piles and piles of CDs trying to look for the right one. I swear, one of these days I will bog down and get my shit organized. Meanwhile, a book I am reading:

Dun-dun-dun! Eye of the World by Robert Jordan, one of about 11 books in the series. For at least a year this book had been sitting in my apartment in Fresno and then in San Francisco not doing anything. Will suggested I read something that he enjoyed reading and I finally got around to starting it a few weeks ago and after the initial scared-ded-ness because there was some seriously scary mojo going on in that book, I've actually started to enjoy it, expect a full review sometime in the far future. I read slow.
And noooow, more pictures of the famed Moo cat.

Moo messing with my materials stash.

Moo plays with her/my hanger.

Moo chasing her toy under the couch.

Moo plays with the hand.
Moo falls asleep still grasping said hand.
Sleeping in a duvet.

On her a-little-too-small bed, in the armchair.

And the kicker! Moo in a plastic bag.

Use Your Imagination

A vintage PSA that I saw on Dlisted