Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Pictures from Canada

Well I got back yesterday and I figured I'd put the link to the pictures in my blog since I haven't posted in forever.


Sunday, July 1, 2007

VR Defender Y3K

A new version of the great Y2K. It is an amazing game with even more fun! With 50 levels, 7 different types of towers, and 4 maps to choose from you can expect hours of your precious time wasted. Enjoy.

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VR Defender Y3K

A new version of the great Y2K. It is an amazing game with even more fun! With 50 levels, 7 different types of towers, and 4 maps to choose from you can expect hours of your precious time wasted. Enjoy.

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Monday, June 11, 2007


It's finally out! Ya so I played my first game and scored 54478 on Switchback map

Here is a link

New info - I got 104549 on Snaking Path ranking me 29th for the day wooooot!

Sunday, June 10, 2007

Funny Video - "Sensitivity Training"

I found this video hilarious. It will most likely be funnier for a guy to watch it but it is still very funny.Here is what goes on at sensitivity training at a coed college.

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Saturday, June 9, 2007

Site Statistics

Well I have now added a new statistics counter for my blog to check how the traffic is through it. I know it will not be very high, but it lets me see peak times and such.

Friday, June 1, 2007

Forgot Something Important

KROQ! YAY Top 106.7 KROQ bands of all time

1 Red Hot Chili Peppers
2 Nirvana
3 Sublime
4 Green Day
5 Rage Against the Machine
6 Depeche Mode
7 Nine Inch Nails
8 U2
9 Foo Fighters
10 Linkin Park
11 Radiohead
12 The Smashing Pumpkins
13 Weezer
14 Tool
15 The Killers
16 Pearl Jam
17 System of a Down
18 The Cure
19 Incubus
20 Bob Marley
21 The Offspring
22 Metallica

The Smiths/Morrissey

24 Stone Temple Pilots
25 Social Distortion
26 Korn
27 No Doubt
28 The Ramones
29 Beastie Boys
30 Jane's Addiction
31 Pennywise
32 Coldplay
33 Soundgarden
34 Blink 182
35 Violent Femmes
36 Alice in Chains
37 The White Stripes
38 311
39 Bad Religion

The Clash

41 AFI
42 Bush
43 Guns N Roses
44 My Chemical Romance
45 The Police
46 Jimmy Eat World
47 Muse
48 Rancid
49 Beck
50 Queens of the Stone Age
51 The Strokes
52 Jack Johnson
53 White Zombie/Rob Zombie
54 R.E.M.
55 Papa Roach
56 Oasis
57 Rise Against
58 Cypress Hill
59 Oingo Boingo
60 Fall Out Boy
61 Deftones
62 Modest Mouse
63 David Bowie
64 Marilyn Manson
65 New Order
66 Gorillaz
67 Chevelle
68 Cake
69 Audioslave
70 Interpol
71 Dave Matthews Band
72 Staind

Billy Idol

74 P.O.D.
75 Death Cab For Cutie
76 30 Seconds to Mars
77 Duran Duran
78 Face to Face
79 The Shins
80 Panic! at the Disco
81 Live
82 Devo
83 Dashboard Confessional
84 Three Days Grace
85 Blondie
86 Sum 41
87 Blur
88 A Perfect Circle
89 Talking Heads
90 Garbage
91 Limp Bizkit
92 The Sex Pistols
93 Blind Melon
94 The Cult
95 Avenged Sevenfold
96 The Arcade Fire
97 Hole
98 Echo and the Bunnymen
99 Primus
100 Snow Patrol
101 Wolfmother
102 X
103 Tiger Army
104 The Pixies
105 Good Charlotte
106 Velvet Revolver
106.7 Siouxsie and the Banshees

Thursday, May 31, 2007

Super Post

I havn't posted in like ever so I decided I might as well put all the posts I should have done seperately into 1 long 1 even though it won't be very long.

So many new good flash games, SO MANY!

So here's links to them with short little descriptions about each

This game is a tower defense type game where one can chain towers to make devastating combos, good fun once you get used to it.

Castle Wars

Ahh wow this game took me back. An Arcomage off shoot, in case you don't know you non gamers, Arcomage was a minigame in Might and Magic and was pretty much my favorite thing. Basically you have to use strategy to either get your castle to 100 or destroy your opponents. Pretty Fun

Finger Twister
This is basically a twister game for the computer using the keyboard. Be warned, it is painful. Not lieing here either.

Found out about this today and was in awe. It isn't out yet but it looks AMAZING! I'll post again when it comes out with more details

Next, Minutes to Midnight is still amazingness and pretty much all I listen to. Tonight though I did get a song that has grown on me over the past week and I highly recommend it, it is even my new song on Facebook if you want to listen to it. Tarantula, Smashing Pumpkins.

Thirdly, there will only be 1 disneyland post just cause I'm lazy and the pictures I got have a very high resolution, leading to high file size.

Finally, I wish luck to everyone taking SAT/SAT II's on Saturday including myself.

K done yay

Saturday, May 26, 2007

Perspective on our "Media"...

My grandfather sent me this email it I think it demonstrates and important message that needs to be conveyed.

Eye of the Beholder by Victor Davis Hanson The American Enterprise Online

War torn Iraq has about 26 million residents, a peaceful California perhaps now 35 million. The former is a violent and impoverished landscape, the latter said to be paradise on Earth. But how you envision either place to some degree depends on the eye of the beholder and is predicated on what the daily media appear to make of each.

As a fifth generation Californian, I deeply love this state, but still imagine what the reaction would be if the world awoke each morning to be told that once again there were six more murders, 27 rapes, 38 arsons, 180 robberies, and 360 instances of assault in California yesterday, today, tomorrow, and every day. I wonder if the headlines would scream about "Nearly 200 poor Californians butchered again this month!"

How about a monthly media dose of "600 women raped in February alone!" Or try, "Over 600 violent robberies and assaults in March, with no end in sight!" Those do not even make up all of the state's yearly 200,000 violent acts that law enforcement knows about.

Iraq's judicial system seems a mess. On the eve of the war, Saddam let out 100,000 inmates from his vast prison archipelago. He himself sat in the dock months after his t rial began. But imagine an Iraq with a penal system like California's with 170,000 criminals - an inmate population larger than those of Germany, France, the Netherlands, and Singapore combined. Just to house such a shadow population costs our state nearly $7 billion a year or about the same price of keeping 40,000 Army personnel per year in Iraq. What would be the image of our Golden State if we were reminded each morning, "Another $20 million spent today on housing our criminals"?

Some of California's most recent prison scandals would be easy to sensationalize: "Guards watch as inmates are raped!" Or "Correction officer accused of having sex with under-aged detainee!" And apropos of Saddam's sluggish trial, remember that our home state multiple murderer, Tookie Williams, was finally executed in December 2005 - TWENTY SIX years after he was originally sentenced.

Much is made of the inability to patrol Iraq's borders with Iran, Jordan, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Syria, and Turkey. But California has on ly a single border with a foreign nation, not six Yet over 3 million foreigners who sneaked in illegally now live in our state. Worse, there are about 15,000 convicted alien felons incarcerated in our penal system, costing about $500 million a year. Imagine the potential tabloid headlines: "Illegal aliens in state comprise population larger than San Francisco!" or "Drugs, criminals, and smugglers given free pass into California!"

Every year, over 4,000 Californians die in car crashes - more than the number of Americans lost so far in the years of combat operations in Iraq. In some sense, then, our badly maintained roads, and often poorly trained and sometimes intoxicated drivers, are even more lethal than IED's (Improvised Explosive Devices.) Perhaps tomorrow's headline might scream out at us: "300 Californians to perish this month on state highways! Hundreds more will be maimed and crippled!"

In 2001, California had 32 days of power outages, despite paying nearly the highest rates for electricity in the United States. Before complaining about the smoke in Baghdad rising from private generators, think back to the run on generators in California when they were contemplated as a future part of every household's line of defense.

We're told that Iraq's finances are a mess. Yet until recently, so were California's. Two years ago, Governor Schwarzenegger inherited a $38 billion annual budget shortfall. That could have made for strong morning newscast teasers: "Another $100 million borrowed today - $3 billion more in red ink to pile up by month's end!"

So is California comparable to Iraq? Hardly. Yet it could easily be sketched by a reporter intent on doing so as a bankrupt, crime-ridden area with murderous highways, tens of thousands of inmates, with wide-open borders.

I myself recently returned home to California, without incident, from a visit to Iraq's notorious Sunni Triangle. While I was gone, a drug-addicted criminal with a long list of convictions broke into our kitchen at 4 a.m. was surprised by my wife and daughter, and fled with our credit cards, cash, keys, and cell phones. Sometimes I wonder who really was safer that week.

Disneyland - Part 1

Since I don't have my friends pictures yet I have decided to post the 1 picture of what I did during my time at Disneyland w/ my friends. Ya I know you'll probably mock me cause I'm a "nerd" but ohh well, computer games must have trained me well

Here is a link to the full picture

KROQ'S 106.7 Biggest Bands of All Time

Well today at 3:40 I found out who KROQ's Biggest Band of All Time was, Red Hot Chili Peppers. Supposedly on monday they are going to have a list of all the bands but I was happy I actually liked the number 1 band because sometimes I end up hating what they say is the best. Ya Math 2 subject test is really boring to study.

Thursday, May 24, 2007


While I was looking for a good uploading site I came across sendspace. It has 300mb's of uploading space per upload and I just uploaded a 200mb file in less than an hour. If you want to sign up just click here.
Sign up here

Sunday, May 20, 2007


Since finals are coming up I decided to make this for you people who like to see what they need on their final for a certain grade.

Cool Online Calculator

Enough said

Maybe Gas Prices Aren't So Bad

So I was thinking about the price we pay for stuff these days, and it dawned on me. We are willing to pay a lot of money for luxury items but refuse to accept that staple items are subject to inflation just like everything else. Take a look at this graph of the relative price of certain goods:

How many people do you know who must have their Starbucks coffee every morning? Or who guzzle down can after can of Pepsi. Ever take a trip to Cedar Point, a Major League Baseball Game or the zoo? If you have, you better enjoy that bottled water, because you are paying over $15 per gallon of it. When you think about it, you'd be hard-pressed to find any liquid product that you can buy for less than $3.20 per gallon.

We don't mind paying so much for luxury goods because we get some sort of immediate gratification from them. Pepsi goes great with pizza and chicken wings; bottled water at the ball game quenches your thirst; and a Starbucks Java Chip Frappuccino is the most delicious way to wake up in the morning. We want our cars to go but don't want to pay to make them go. In retrospect, it could be a lot worse. Imagine what the world would be like if cars ran on Starbucks lattes instead of gasoline...

Taken from

Starcraft II!

Surprisingly Blizzard decided to release information about their upcoming new game. Starcraft II!
I am very excited for this and hope it will live up to the hype.

Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Facebook = BAD!

Ya so I wanted to see why Christina made a facebook so I decided to myself. DONT DO IT! It actually is addictive because it actually looks good. It is definitely a struggle atm to not go over there.

Christina come back to blogging it is way better! Plus you don't lose your life here

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Minutes to Midnight!

Yay it is out and it's pretty sweet!

Monday, May 14, 2007


Well I havn't posted in a while so I decided to just post for the heck of it.

Can't believe Christina went to Facebook, (the dark side is the good side so she used the wrong connotation there)

24 was absolutely amazing tonight, so was How I Met Your Mother

Math class owns with all 5 today and all 3 tomorrow

and yea i think thats it :)

Wednesday, May 9, 2007

RSS Feeds

Added RSS Feeds from Christina's, John's, and Mike's blog to the bottom of mine so if you're looking at mine and wanna see if any of those 3 have anything new, you will be able to see it!

Move Away

Wow what a great song! Thought I'd put it here to let you soak up its amazingness!
No video but you get the point :P

Tuesday, May 8, 2007


This game is sweet!

1st time
Level 39

Thursday, May 3, 2007

Guess the Google!

Here's the link

Sorry about for it being a link to just the picture earlier

Guess the Google

A Plethora of Videos!

A Very Sad Yet True Map of the Internet

Click on the image to make bigger

Very Funny Video

This is a video about how it seems to be the big buisiness comapnies get one's business nowadays. Enjoy

Wednesday, May 2, 2007

Crazy Juggler

This guy is ridiculous!

Monday, April 30, 2007

Funny Joke

A man was cruising on his Harley up the California coast when suddenly the
sky clouded above his head and, in a booming voice, the Lord said, "Because
you have tried to be faithful to me in all ways, I will grant you one wish.

The biker pulled over and said, "Build a bridge to Hawaii so I can ride over
anytime I want." The Lord said, "Your request is materialistic, think of
the enormous challenges for that kind of undertaking; the supports required
reaching the bottom of the Pacific and the concrete and steel it would take!
It will nearly exhaust several natural resources. Of course I can do it, but
it is hard for me to justify your desire for worldly things. Take a little
more time and think of something that could
possibly help mankind."

The biker thought about it for a long time. Finally, he said, "Lord, I
wish that I and all men could understand women; I want to know how a woman
feels inside, what she's thinking when she gives me the silent treatment,
why she cries, what she means when she says nothing's wrong, and how I can
make a Woman truly happy."

The Lord replied, "You want two lanes or four on that bridge?"

Sunday, April 29, 2007

Addison May Be Leaving Grey's

Details on the 'Grey's Anatomy' Spinoff

Wanna hear a secret? No, not the Oprah/Law of Attraction kind. But the juicy, exclusive, behind-the scenes kind, from an insider who offers insight into the much-buzzed about "Grey's Anatomy" spin-off.

ABC and creator Shonda Rhimes have been so hush-hush about the "enhanced" two-hour "Grey's" May episode -- which will introduce a new life for Kate Walsh's Dr. Addison Montgomery -- that during a development presentation with advertisers last week, the cast of the new show was trotted on stage but were not allowed to divulge any details.

So we will:

Following her recent disastrous romantic misfortunes, Addison travels to Santa Monica, Calif., to seek advice from her old medical school pals, Naomi (Merrin Dungey) and Jackson (Taye Diggs) whom she believes have it all: a beautiful teenage daughter, a great marriage and a highly successful health cooperative.

Addison quickly learns that Jackson, also a successful TV health guru, has divorced Naomi. During the visit, Addison also meets the rest of the gang at the cooperative: a widowed alternative medicine doctor, a self-doubting therapist, and a male gynecologist who knows little about women, and realizes she is on familiar ground.

Addison concludes that the personal lives of the people around her may be a mess, but professionally they stand out. (Sounds like those crazy interns, right?) So she decides to leave Seattle Grace behind and join the Oceanside Wellness Group team.

That is, of course, if ABC picks up the series, which is a good bet since the cast -- which also includes Chris Lowell ("Veronica Mars"), Amy Brenneman ("Judging Amy"), Tim Daly ("The Nine") and Paul Adelstein ("Prison Break") -- was already paraded before the people with the big bucks.

Friday, April 27, 2007

Some Ways to Procrastinate Studying for those Finals

There you go :)

Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Another New Song of the Week

Since I lagged last week, I decided to fit 2 or so into this week. Unfortunately in the past month I listened to a ton of new music but I am gonna have to go with this song on account that it's an amazing album!

Friday, April 20, 2007

New song of the week!

Added another new song of the week, enjoy!

Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Halo 24 - Year Zero!

Finally Halo 24 - aka Year Zero - Nine Inch Nails is out and I just got my copy tonight. I have listened to a few songs already and it is amazing. A realyl cool thing about the cd is the the cd actually changes colors while you play it!

Tuesday, April 3, 2007

YouTube Customer Care Video

I found this video absolutely hilarious. I can only imagine what a YouTube emplyee goes through on a daily basis.

Shown to me by John

Monday, April 2, 2007

Updated Song of the Week

I have once again updated the song of the week.

I also added a new section to my blog to permanently keep track of the songs of the week!

Song of the Week History
I Still Remember - Bloc Party
Hard to Explain - The Strokes
Survivalism - Nine Inch Nails

Friday, March 30, 2007

Games at - Skywire

Take control of the cable car and get the passengers to safety.

Play this free game now!!

I found this game really fun and thought I would share it :P

Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Bubble Tanks

I found this game cool, just wish that it would last longer

Sunday, March 25, 2007


I enjoyed this game a lot and thought I would share it with you guys.

Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Which Sports Car are You?

I'm a Mercedes SLK!

You appreciate the finer things in life. You have a split personality - wild or conservative, depending on your mood. Wherever you go, you like to travel first class. Luxury, style, and fun - who could ask for more?

Take the Which Sports Car Are You? quiz.

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Cool Pattern Creator

Click here

Found this and thought I'd share it with you guys

Cool Pattern Creator

Monday, March 12, 2007

Updated Song of the Week

I updated my song of the week.

There are also 2 other very good song I found this week that may possibly reach my song of the week goal.

Young Folk - Peter, Bjorn, and John

Ruby - Kaiser Chiefs

Song of the Week History
Survivalism - Nine Inch Nails

Tuesday, March 6, 2007

Test if you are Stupid

This quick test, full of easy-to-miss trick questions, will tell you if you are stupid. At the end of the test you get a graphical badge (with HTML code) to show others how smart / stupid you are.
Click read more to start the quiz!

BTW... I'm only 0% stupid.

Post your scores under comments

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Monday, March 5, 2007

Qnext 3.0 is out!

I just got the e-mail from Qnext saying that Qnext 3.0 is finally out! If any of you have no idea what this program is, it is an amazing P2P program that allows easy accessibility of files from one person to another without ever illegally hosting anything.

Get Qnext 3.0 here

Firefox in all its Glory

Well since I use Firefox and I believe it is way better than IE7 I wanted to share with you the best part about Firefox...EXTENSIONS! Yes I use about 6 or 7 and I am going to link my most used to least used in that order, but I do use everyone of these at some time or another.

Adblock Plus
Tab Mix Plus
Mouse Gestures
Batch Download
Yahoo! Toolbar

I use a few others very occasionally but I do not feel that they work well for everyone and tend to be used on preference. If you use gmail or another online mail service, I would suggest getting their toolbar instead of the Yahoo! one.

Sunday, March 4, 2007

The Impossible Quiz

The Impossible Quiz Deluxe by =Splapp-me-do on deviantART

It truly is impossible yet very entertaining

The Winner Premieres

The Winner, created by the makers of Family Guy, premieres tonight at 8:30 and another episode at 9:30 on Fox. I think it sounds really funny and am hoping it is as good as Family Guy and the rest of Fox's Sunday Night lineup.

The Winner Information

Also a new Family Guy is going to be on at 9:00 between the two new Winner episodes. According to Wikipedia, it is about how Peter takes Quagmire to the airport for work and messes things up, causing Quagmire to lose his job as a pilot. Quagmire can't find another job, so Peter and Cleveland devise a plan to get his old job back. When the plan flops, Quagmire receives advice from his idol, Hugh Hefner.

Suprising How Little History Class Has Taught Us

Name the 50 States in 10 minutes

My first time I got 48/50 states right but it is surprising that I could not finish it off with getting the last two being Montana and Wisconsin.

Post your scores under comments!

Saturday, March 3, 2007

For My Fellow Bloggers

I found a nice color scheme generator that allows you to pick the initial color and gives many choices as to what colors you may want to add to your blog.

Tool 1
Tool 2

Both work very well with slight differences between them, I found tool 2 to work better for me though.

My New Blog

Well I got bored and decided to start this up
I'll post cool stuff I find and maybe some of my interests and stuff

This post is lame so I'm ending it now...