Monday, December 31, 2007


Happy New Year from the east coast! Although I'd like to think that I am somehow farther into the future than all the people in GMT-6:00 and below, I'm really just in a different year according to time zones and calendars. So, what does 2008 mean for AKoKK?
AKoKK's New Year Resolutions

  • At least one (1) podcast

  • Some super-cool t-shirts for our "hard working" bloggers

  • Install a hit counter to see how few readers we actually have

  • And lastly, make 2008 seem awesome compared to 2007

Thank you and good night!

Sunday, December 30, 2007

Back from Oaxaca

I just got back from nine days spent in Oaxaca. It was really fun and I reccomend it to anyone. Maybe if I feel more energetic I'll write about it and post some pictures.

Thursday, December 27, 2007


Just got to the airport in DC. At one of those screens that shows flight status, there was a system error revealing that the computer running the display was using Windows 2000. Its good to know that our airplanes are run by Windows 2000. Right now I am at the hotel watching the sunrise and feeling very tired. Luckily there is a bagel shop across the street.

Friday, December 21, 2007

Finals Are Over

Yes, Finals are over and winter break is here!

My english teacher lifted the entire english final off of sparknotes.

Monday, December 17, 2007

Click, Click, Click

Hello Everyone!
Sorry for the absence in posting. I had just finished my last post when suddenly Lithuanians came and abducted me! I managed to escape from their clutches long enough to hop on a boat to Mexico, where I worked as an orange vendor to try and make enough money for the long trek back to the U.S. I did survive the long trip but I made many new friends along the way (i.e. Paco, Betsy, Eduardo). Since my return I have been very disappointed in the US. on we are number 11!!! WTF!!!!???!!!!!! COME ON AMERICA!!!!!!!!!!!! If we al do 998 clicks a day, we might even be able to beat Japan.

Tuesday, December 11, 2007


Protect yourself against cooties. Get a cootie shot.

I realized most peopel have probably seen this because it is in the top viewed. I just wanted to post it.

Also on the front page.

Sunday, December 9, 2007

The Requisite Stencil

Pretty cool, huh?

Here's how I madet the stencil and print:

I traced the logo onto a transparency with sharpie

I cut it out


Then I painted it over the the stencil on piece of paper

After a few attempts, I managed to get a good print.

Total Time Elapsed: 45 minutes

I tried doing this with an old t-shirt, but if the background is even slightly darker than the paint, it looks terrible. Also, the shirt now wreaks of Xylene, and the inhalation of even small quantities of this chemical can cause all sorts of horrific symptoms. I will attempt screen printing next weekend.

Saturday, December 8, 2007

The Requisite Logo

Someone make a stencil out of this.

Friday, December 7, 2007

Henry Kravis

Watch all this video!

I don't like Henry Kravis very much. Neither should you! Henry Kravis is a terrible person. What a HO!

I hate him so much, that Kael is going to make a funny logo about how I hate him! Right Kael?!

Sunday, November 25, 2007

The iTunes Meme!

How many total songs?
68 songs, 3.2 hours.

Sort by song title - first and last...
(Antichrist Television Blues) by The Arcade Fire, 505 by Arctic Monkeys.

Sort by time - shortest and longest...
D Is For Dangerous by Arctic Monkeys at 2:16, Around The World by Daft Punk at 7:10.

Sort by Album - first and last...
Deadringer by RJD2, Somos Los Que Estamos by Los Mono.

Sort by Artist - first and last...
The Arcade Fire, RJD2.

Top five played songs...
Black Mirror by The Arcade Fire, The Well and The Lighthouse by The Arcade Fire, Keep The Car Running by The Arcade Fire, Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger by Daft Punk, Neon Bible by The Arcade Fire.

Find the following words. How many songs show up?
Sex: 0, Death: 0, Love: 0, You: 1, Home: 1, Boy: 0, Girl: 0.

First five songs that come up on Party Shuffle...
Black Mirror by The Arcade Fire, Old Yellow Bricks by Arctic Monkeys, Promesas by Los Mono, At Conception by Cursive, Hecho Está by Los Mono.

Thursday, November 22, 2007

Give Thanks

Here's our AKoKK mascot, wishing you a happy thanksgiving as you cook him in a myriad of ways. He recommends deep frying.

What are you grateful for? I am grateful for our imaginary readers, as well as the wonderful toast I had this morning. It's the simple things that count.

Sunday, November 18, 2007


I am Beowulf!

This movie is awesome.

That is all.

Friday, November 16, 2007

For a Trillion Dollars...

Would you eat:

Your arm

Your brother

A bicycle

A car

A dead baby

A live baby

Your mom's brains (if she was dead)

Your own legs

Your dog

Your neighbor





Your penis (if you have one)



Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Short Response to "Sick"

Oh, I got sick too! Over the weekend! I just didn't post about it!

Yes, on Sunday I got a migraine. First there was the aura. Weird colorful geometric shapes in my vision. And I couldn't see my pinky finger. It just kept disapearing whenever I looked at it. Then my head started hurting so bad. Then came the nausea. I layed down for about 30 minutes. I got up and asked my mom for some medicine. She gave me a few pills. RIght after she gave them to me I threw up. I completely emptied the contents of my stomach into the toilet.

I would give a picture, but I don't have one.

My head still hurt but I felt a bit better. I went to sleep for a few hours, and woke up feeling good as new!


Well I'm sick. When was the last time I was sick?

And it sucks just as bad every single time. You might think I'm crazy, but I don't like missing school. More specifically, I don't like catching up on all my work after I get back.

I woke up yesterday morning feeling very sick, which was an improvement from the night before. This is how my morning went.
Mom: Do you need anything?
Me: No.
A few minutes later.
Dad: Do you need anything?
Me: No.
A few minutes later.
Brother: If you play with my videogames, I'm gonna kill you.

My conversations with my brother are always quite touching.

Did you know...
LogoThere are
people with my name
in the U.S.A.

How many have your name?

I feel so un-unique.
If I put the name that everyone calls me, however, things change drastically.
LogoThere are
people with my name
in the U.S.A.

How many have your name?

Lastly, everyone hop on over to Free Rice and help give some free rice to those who need it most.

Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Another Bad YouTube Post

Anyone who has ever been in band would appreciate this.

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Deviant Art Page Up!

My artwork is now viewable in all one place. I'll be sure update it as I scan more of my sketches and drawings. Feel free to add comments, and spread the word.

Also, we at AKOKK want to wish you a preemptive happy Halloween! More info on that later.

Check it out!

Leopard is Out (OS X.5)

I wonder how it is? Let's ask Kael.

Sunday, October 28, 2007

What is EMO?

Now you know!

Saturday, October 27, 2007

Look Around You

Friday, October 26, 2007

Crank Dat

We have all heard it. That annoying (yet catchy) song about crankin dat. What ever the hell that means. All in all I thinks its a fairly good song. However, this might be the one case where the remixes are better than the original song. Here are a few of my favorites.
Kyle's Top Ten Crank Dat Remixes.
10. Crank Dat Roadrunner
9. Crank Dat Urkel
8. Crank Dat Peter Pan
7. Crank Dat Batman
6. Crank Dat Juggernaut
5. Crank Dat Lion King
4. Crank Dat Pacman
3. Crank Dat Star Wars
2. Crank Dat Aqua Man
and the number one crank dat is...
1. Crank Dat Remix by Travis Barker

Monday, October 22, 2007

Lucid Dreaming

I have decided to attempt lucid dreaming, the act of remainging concious. So far I have been met with mild successes. You can read about it at my other blog I just made, Gman's Lucid Dreams! This blog will act as a dream journal, where I can write down all my dreams and experiences with Lucid Dreaming. But don't worry, I will still continue to post here just as infrequently as I do now!

My Awesome Dream Blog!!

Thursday, October 18, 2007

Homework and Sleep are Overdue for a Truce

Why is there so much hatred between sleep and homework? Or, I should say, why is there so much hatred between Kael and anything related to homework? The answer is unknown. Kael is a hopeless addict to everything made by sleep. He praises sleep almost to the point of worship. 

Kael seems to think that I hate sleep and love homework. Strange notion, considering the fact that I OWN A BED. Yes. I own a bed. I think that beds are amazing things. They are much easier to use than many pencils. However, I, unlike Kael, do not despise homework. I used a pencil for a long time and I find that homework is superior to sleep in many aspects. 

What I don't see is why bed owners can't just be at peace with pencil owners, and pencil owners at peace with bed owners. It's just an object. Don't judge someone personality by their writing/sleeping device. 

Sleep and homework need a truce. Stop arguing about pointless things. Homework is better for buisness, sleep is better for fun, sleep is good for this, homework is good for that, wah wah wah. It doesn't matter. 

Although Kael can still continue with his sleep posts. Just stop including me in them, because I don't hate sleep.

Ahhh... its just like mad libs. Or find and replace. I need some sleep.

Macs and PCs are Overdue for a Truce

Why is there so much hatred between Macs and PCs? Or, I should say, why is there so much hatred between Kael and anything related to a PC? The answer is unknown. Kael is a hopeless addict to everything made by Apple. He praises Apple almost to the point of worship.

Kael seems to think that I hate Macs and love PCs. Strange notion, considering the fact that I OWN A MAC. Yes. I own a Mac. I think that Macs are amazing computers. They are much easier to use than many PCs. However, I, unlike Kael, do not despise PCs. I used a PC for a long time and I find that PCs are superior to Macs in many aspects.

What I don't see is why Mac owners can't just be at peace with PC owners, and PC owners at peace with Mac owners. It's just a computer. Don't judge someone personality by their computer.

Macs and PCs need a truce. Stop arguing about pointless things. PCs are better for buisness, Macs are better for fun, Macs are good for this, PCs are good for that, wah wah wah. It doesn't matter.

Although Kael can still continue with his Mac posts. Just stop including me in them, because I don't hate Macs.

Wednesday, October 17, 2007


For a while I've had my cell phone background set to this:

Now its time for an update.

Gman is gonna be pissed.

Monday, October 15, 2007

Big News (Or rather, lots of little news)

Ah, so much news recently. How to write it all? Paragraphs just won't do. No, its time to bring out the big guns. Or, rather, bullets.

  • Advertising. MochiAds has finally opened to everyone. What it is is an ad system for flash games. It is completely free for flash game designers and the only catch is that they don't pay you until you make at least $100. Because everyone who reads this blog designs flash games.

  • Portal. A flash version of the new game Portal has been created and now I really want the real Portal. Be prepared to be addicted.

  • Halloween! Its coming up, and I think Krazy Krap might get a costume soon. Stay tuned.

  • Vlogging. No, not us. But one of my favorite bloggers Dave from Blogography has started vlogging.

  • Alogging? I swear there will be another podcast soon. And it might be funny, but no promises there.

  • Insomnia. That would describe the opposite of what I am feeling now. But the movie is done, and you will be able to watch and vote for it starting Friday the 19th.

Sunday, October 14, 2007


Its done.
Need sleep.
More info later.

Saturday, October 13, 2007


So, me and some friends are making a movie for the Insomnia Film Festival. On the right side of the page I have put a countdown timer. Edit: No there isn't. As of writing it reads This timer shows how much time we have left to submit our movie.

Now we are done writing our script and are almost done filming. What's left is to edit, voiceover, score, and upload. I've got to stop blogging, I have some work to do.

Friday, October 12, 2007

Even More Artwork!

Finally, I bring you a post that isn't one of Kael's cryptic rants about Windows Vista! I haven't posted since the launch of my single issue web comic, and over that time, I've had an opportunity to take my drawings to new levels of artistic creativity and technique.

Please, tell me what you think.

Also, I recently read about an abandoned Titan Nuclear Missile Base that's being auctioned off on eBay. Seems pretty cool, doesn't it?


Monday, October 8, 2007

Breaking Through

I forgot. Okay? I forgot that when you bash Windows, you get little bits of glass stuck in your hands. And it hurts. And you have to get tweezers and pick them all out.

In this case, Gman was an appropriate substitute for glass. So now I have to replace this broken window. And this post is like the cardboard that you put up before the replacement you ordered. Except this post is higher quality then cardboard, more like plywood.

So the glass is coming you guys, just wait. When, you ask? In 3 to 4 days, according to UPS. I'll leave you to guess what the new glass is a symbol for. Look into your soul. Think deep. Or just ask in the comments.

Sunday, October 7, 2007

I think I voided my Warranty

Saturday, October 6, 2007

V for Vista!

So its official. Vista is awesome. And my name is Kitten Lover. And George W. Bush didn't veto a children's health care bill. And Jay is Games didn't just post the contestants for the fourth game design competition. And I don't have to take a piss really bad.

Using Vista is like being constipated. It really hurts, but you have to do it anyway.

Ignoring that metaphor for a moment, just listen to me with your eyes. Buy Leopard (that's OS 10.5, you microtards).

I have to go to bed soon, because my computer is starting to countdown to self destruction. (I installed the explosives myself, desperate measures to keep myself from dying of sleep deprivation). Wait a second, is that counting down five minutes or five seconds? Oh crap...

Wednesday, September 26, 2007


I can regain myself. Leopard comes out in October right?
I can make up for installing Vista. I will get Leopard.

Also, cool software called Quicksilver. It has increased my efficiency by 230%. That last sentence was total BS. But it still makes me much faster on my computer. Sorry windows users, this amazing software is mac only.

Wow, is it November already? Oh look, Halloween's coming up.

I feel too old to trick or treat, I don't like candy that much, but I still want to where a costume. Ideas?

What do you know? It's 2034. Where did the years go? Oh look, my daily neural nourishment has arrived. Thank you, Microsoft!

Oh, please look up atonement in the dictionary. It will do you some good.

Monday, September 24, 2007


So I installed Vista on my MacBook.

It was relatively easy, except I uninstalled because I thought something was wrong when some DOS crap showed up during startup. It kept saying stuff like "Failure!" and "Partition" leading me to think it was erasing my Mac OS X. So I reinstalled it, and the same crap came up. Turns out you just have to wait a while and Vista starts up.

Now I can finally play Knytt Stories.

I feal like a traitor. I feel treacherous.

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Amazing Claymation

Well, on Saturday night I was thinking of something to do, and then it hit me! I would make a stop motion animation movie. After many hours of hard labor, I bring you my awesome movie!

Thank you.

I know you can see my hand in some of the shots.

Sunday, September 9, 2007


Our podcast is up. Yay!
Try not to fall asleep.

Subscribe in iTunes.

Or just listen on the web.

Saturday, September 8, 2007

Bored, Sick, and the Internet

I'm sick.
I have this sore throat, cough, runny nose, etc., you know, all the usual ailments. Rather than consult a doctor, or take an advil, I tried to cure this plague with the internet. I've started to get interested in podcasts all over again and have been watching the Ricky Gervais video podcast.
Here's the latest video that came out recently, it really is hilarious.

When I tired of Ricky, I moved on to Instructables. However, I couldn't find a project that wasn't extremely ambitious, although I really want one of these beanbag sofas. The silver lining to all this is that I will probably feel better in the morning.

Edit: Try and download the video from the podcast instead of that youtube one. The youtube one has this annoying laugh track, and the podcast one is better quality.

Thursday, September 6, 2007

iPod Touch

This thing is fricken' awesome.
That is all.

Wednesday, September 5, 2007

My Web Comic!!

I drew this beautiful comic masterpiece a few days ago, and may it serve as a beacon of light in the shadowy darkness that has become AKOKK.

Sure, it may have a page's worth of tiny, illegible text, and poorly drawn stick figures, but I honestly tried to draw a web comic, and from deep within my dark imagination, came Fuzzy Logic Issue #1..

Click on the the thumbnail below for a larger view. I tried to add the text digitally, but my computer kept freezing.

EDIT: I posted this at 6:41 pm, but it says 5:03. What's up with that?

Also, lol at the new subtitle.

Friday, August 31, 2007

Daft Hands Video

I was talking to my cousin, and she showed me this amazing video. This video is the music video to the song Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger by Daft Punk.

In my opinion, this video is evidence of what people can do with a lot of time on their hands (no pun intended). Anyhoo, without further ado I bring you, Daft Hands!

Thursday, August 30, 2007

More Artwork


Because as my life settles into the drudgery and torment of the great inevitability, I find drawing to provide a small distraction, a mini-vacation from my own chaotic life to the nightmarish, chaotic, dystopian world of my twisted imagination.

I like it there.

Here are a few more of it's creations:

Click on the thumbnails below for a larger view.

Edit: Strange. My request to upload images cannot be processed. I am instructed to try again...

Apparently, they're viewed by computer as a security threat (in a sense, they are!) and can't be uploaded, so I'll post links to them.

Another Drawing of Mine

Yet Another

This one is done on Scratchboard

The Coolest One, in my opinion

Final One for Today

Also, I'm starting work on a web comic. More info on that later.

Thursday, August 23, 2007


Anyone reading this may think, "this guy is a loser." I assure you, I am not. I am however, incredibely bored.

It is Thursday night and tomorrow is Friday (No Way, right?). I have nothing to do, because I have finished all my homework.

So, I am making this post. What is this post about? Nothing. There is no hidden humour, no sublte jokes, nothing. I am not attempting to seem cool, funny, or anything else.

I am bored. So bored that I am posting on this blog. I am seiriously bored. Ugh, this really sucks.

Anyway, I'm going to go do something else to try and cure my boredom.

Like I said, I am not trying to be funny here. Just trying to cure my boredom, at our few readers expense.

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Back To School

2007- "Back To School"
Kael, Pseudar, and G-Man return to school yet again for another adventure. See what happens what happens when everything that possibly can go wrong goes wrong, and watch Kael get pissed at K-Rizzle because he goes to school a week later.
Rated PG-13 for some language.

So, once again, I return for another year of school, and I've got all the big guns ready.
(Here comes the obligatory bulleted list)

  • Pencils. Some people don't think of these, believe it or not. Sharpened, Armed, and Dangerous!

  • iWork '08. I really hate Microsoft Office, and now I can use a genuine Apple product for this kind of stuff. It lets me import and export Word, Powerpoint, and Excel documents, so I don't have to worry about compatibility issues.

  • Vulture Detterent. Always be prepared.

  • My Brain. I actually had trouble finding this sucker.

  • Lots of Luck. How else do you do good in school?

  • The Ricky Gervais Show. Starring Karl Pilkington, the round-headed buffoon. The best way to counteract a day of learning.

Hopefully something interesting will happen, this blog could always use some of that. I just realized that the part about iWork sounds like a total Apple ad. Unsurprising, coming from me.

Monday, August 20, 2007

My Artwork

I finally got my scanner working, allowing me to digitize most of my drawings and sketches.

Every few days, I will try to post more of my hundreds of sketches, so stay tuned.

However, due to technical constraints, I can only post 3 images at a time.

Constructive criticism is welcome.


Click on the Thumbnails below for a larger view

Sunday, August 19, 2007

My new iMac and it's awesome specifications.

As I said, I got a new iMac. I don't regret it at all. I went to the apple store with my dad after getting back from high school oreintation. The "mac genius" helped us pick out what to get. He had my old blue nikes, so I knew he was cool. I told him I was going to get a 20 inch iMac with 2.4ghz of whatever. Blah blah blah, I ended up getting this sweet computer.

I have 2gigs of ram, 320 gigs of hard drive space in addition to a 320 gig external harddrive.

I downloaded this cool program called boot camp and then installed vista onto my computer. I found a neat way to save 200 dollars too! I used an upgrade version of vista, but I found you could upgrade off of the upgrade CD!

I also got a free 30 gig video iPod with the purchase of my new computer. I have a nice wireless mighty mouse, a sweet new .Mac account (I got $30 dollars off, how could I not buy it?), and Parallels desktop.

Parallels desktop allows me to run vista programs while booted onto OS X.


Friday, August 17, 2007

PSUEDAR IS BACK! Also, I quit World of Warcraft

After months of silence, I have returned to AKOKK.

My good friend Gman got me into the fun and addicting World of Warcraft, and after over a year, I think it's time call it quits. Also, the planned "expansion" seemed excessively disappointing, and it's utter lameness has, in a way, served as a wake up call for us all. Goodbye, Vgeresh, my 70 Human Mage. Goodbye Forever.

In a slightly related story, High School is starting for all members of the Krazy Krap Krew, so to the viewer, (there is only one we know of) expect posts to slightly increase in frequency and interestingness.

I also built a giant airzooka and made a whole bunch of cool drawings, but more on that later.

Thursday, August 16, 2007

School is Starting. I am getting an iMac.

The title says it all. School is Starting. *Sigh*. Summer went by so fast. I seriously want to cry. I think we all are aware of what horrors school holds. Essays, homework, teachers. As I type this, I am getting a lump in my throat. The sad music I am listening to is probably not helping. School. This post really is pretty stream-of-consciousness style isn't it? Ah, I don't want summer to end. High school is going to be pretty crazy. I don't know anyone else, besides the people from my school coming. I'm kind of nervous. Apparently there is a back to school dance, the Friday when school ends. I probably won't go, I'm such a party animal. Hah.

School, oh god, I don't want to go back. I really, really, really don't. 9 more months until next summer.

Oh, and I am getting an iMac tomorrow. For a nominal fee anyone may come to my house and observe it in its sleek beauty.

By the way, I am kind of bored. Someone please call me, I want to do something before school ends.

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Lame Video (that I made)

So here is a lame video that I made.

Feel free to make fun of it.

Friday, August 10, 2007


Well, a few days ago, apple announced a new iMac.
It looks cool.
But what looks cooler is the new iLife '08.
It cost $79. I want $79. Someone give it to me.

In other Apple-related news, a new report shows that Vista causes global warming. (via Fake Steve Jobs)
It wasn't like this was unexpected; there have been events like this in the past. Reports have shown that Microsoft is responsible for the 1906 earthquake, the resulting fire, and reality TV.

Due to this recent development, and rumors that the Zune is programmed to steal votes in the upcoming presidential election, I am teaming up with questionably real people to investigate Microsoft's activities. You're next, Google!

Monday, July 30, 2007


Visit to see the energy saving sensation that is sweeping the nation. It takes less energy to have a black screen than a colored one, so Blackle is a Google search engine, only with a black background. The amount of people using google is huge, so energy is saved. It's that easy!

Set blackle to your desktop now! You may not be able to search for images, but that's what the little searchbar built into your internet explorer (or netscape) is for!

Sunday, July 29, 2007


Well, I have returned from my long vacation just in time to celebrate...
The 100th Post!

Well, that took long enough.

Saturday, July 28, 2007

Back Again

I am back again from the "Lair of the Bear" Camp. It was very cool, and I have a lot of stories to tell you all. In person. I can't type them here, mainly because I haven't typed anything in a while and my fingers are tired.

And that airzooka? Definetly happening. In a possibly upcoming post I will explain everything.

Sunday, July 22, 2007

Crazy Norwegians

Caution! The following post contains a YouTube Video! The Surgeon General does not reccomend more than 30 minutes of YouTube a day. You have been warned.
I saw this YouTube video and I couldn't pass up the oppurtunity to post it here.

Please be real... please be real...

Yeah, it's definitely not real.

Saturday, July 21, 2007

Hello Goodbye

I just got back from Band Camp. It was totally awesome and I enjoyed it. There were some idiots in my cabin, but that is expected, right? Anyway, I am leaving early tommorow morning for another camp. It should be fun, but nevertheless I am feeling rushed. So, I am downloading a lot of music off of iTunes.

Hooray for iTunes gift cards, right? Keep them comin'. Also, I could use some burned CD's. I don't care whats on it, but give me your music.

I'll tell ya'll how my next camp is. Meanwhile, stay awesome, and stuff.

When I return, I need some help building a GIANT airzooka. That's right. A GIANT airzooka. I'm talking trash-can sized.

Later my blogging homedawgs.


Today I ate a hamburger. It was extremely satisfying. But deep down inside me, I had the feeling that somewhere a vegetarian was crying. The kind of feeling Gman would wish me to feel. It was short lived, because my fries were waiting.

And now for something completely different.

My vacation will soon be over, in seven days I will be back home. Not that it matters to you space defying internet folks.

Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Band Camp

Today I am leaving for Band Camp. I said it. Band Camp. I beg and plead and beg some more but my fate remains the same. I am going to...Band Camp.

I play the Clarinet, or at least I played it. I haven't practiced in over 40 days due to being out of the country, taking care of business before school ended. And, procrastination. I am completely unprepared to go to Band Camp. I will do miserably and play terribly. It will be 11 days of pure lameness.

Lameness? Isn't Band Camp already lame? It's Band Camp, right? Wrong. It is actually very fun. I went last year and enjoyed it. There were a few kids who fit the stereotypical "nerd" profile, but most everyone else was cool.

TLDR: I am going to Band Camp. I haven't practiced. Ouch.

See you all in 11 days, when I get back from band camp and immediately leave for another camp.

Wednesday, July 4, 2007

Happy Birthday to Me

Today's my birthday. It's also the country's birthday.
My dad told me that I got screwed because everybody is celebrating the country's birthday.
I think that the country got screwed.
So screw the country, at least for today, because its all about me.

Monday, July 2, 2007

Buy One, Get to Vermont

Here I am, posting from Vermont on my summer vacation. My computer is broken, it won't start up, probably a broken logic board, probably won't be using that computer ever again. I managed to snag this computer for a moment to write this post, luckilly.
If you have been reading my Twitter, you would see that I was in the San Francisco airport taking a flight on JetBlue to Boston. By the way, JetBlue is a great airline. We hardly ever experience delays and they have excellent in-flight entertainment if you are always bored like me. The JetBlue terminal is new to SFO, so for some reason it is located in the International Terminal even though their flights are domestic. As a result, we experienced no lines in baggage check-in or security, despite the recent attacks in Europe and the upcoming 4th of July holiday (Because its my birthday!). So, we had two hours to goof off before our flight boarded.
On the plane, they had a channel where they were showing only episodes of The Simpsons as part of a promotion for the upcoming movie. It was a redeye, so I managed to get some sleep. (But clearly not enough, because when I woke up I felt like a piece of crap.) Once in Boston we met with some family and ate breakfast briefly where we started our three hour drive north to Vermont. I slept half the time, and unlike my previous nap, I awoke feeling refreshed and ready for the day. I looking forward to Wednesday, because it is like one of those rare buy-one-get-two-free deals. A holiday, my birthday, and the Transformers movie all in one day.
I'll return from my trip on the 28th and hopefully post some more details then.

Saturday, June 30, 2007

Costa Rica and the Joy of Flying

I got back from Costa Rica on Friday. My trip was very exciting and filled with beautiful animals. I can't explain how cool everything was myself, so I am just going to rewrite the itinerary.

Day 1: I met the group at San Jose airport. I was traveling with my aunt, who teachers science at Keys school. 15 students from the 27 student class had decided to attend the trip. I felt awkward, but 10 hours of flying changed that. We flew to Dallas, Texas and then to San Jose, Costa Rica. We drove in a bus to a small hotel/lodge, where we spent the night.

Day 2: On our way to El Station las Tortugas (Station of the Turtles), we stopped at The Butterfly Garden. There were quite a lot of butterflies there. The entire place swarmed with them. We also say a sloth. Then back to the bus, where we continued the drive to El Station. We arrived at a dock and were taken by boat to the station. At 8:00 that night I walked the beaches patrolling for turtles. We say one leatherback sea turtle. This huge beast gave birth to over sixty eggs, which we took to a hatchery to prevent poachers from stealing. We wandered the beach until 12:00 at which point we slept.

Day 3: The day was uneventful, some fun activities interspersed with plenty of free time on the beach. About 4 kids played spin the bottle. I laughed at them and took pictures which I used to mock them. Losers. At 12:00 Midnight I was woken to patrol the beach until 4:00. It was really, really tiring.

Day 4: Another uneventful day. At 8:00 I walked the beach, this night only till 10. What a relief that was. However, it was short lived because...

Day 5: We got up at 6:00 today. We had breakfast, and then hopped on a boat with our luggage and went back to the dock. On the boat ride we say sloths, spider monkeys, and howler monkeys. Then we drove in a bus for about an hour. We stopped at a river to go White Water River Rafting. It was great, even though it was on a 2-3 rank river. Challenging enough for a noob like me. We slept in a hotel that night. My bunkmate did a strikingly accurate Asian accent, so we made prank calls to the other cabins with other members of our group. We designed two prank calls. The first went like this:

"Herro! You stupid for pick up phone. You know why? This a funny prank call! We laugh at you now. You retarded or something! We making funny prank call and you pick up phone and believe us. You retard!"

The next prank call went like this:

"You want order Asian sensation phone sex? We good, we have pikachu penis! So cute and mini! You wa-ant, you know it. Normally 10 darra for you, 1 darra. We give you sample now! 'Dis a sample of phone sex. Oh, yea. We having phone sex now. It good. Oh yea. Phone sex'"

Quite a funny night. Also, we had lighting that night. One bolt landed 15 meters away from our cabin. The window shook really hard, and scared the crap out of me.

Day 6: We ventured up a mountain and swam by a waterfall. It was beautiful and scenic. Then we went into town and bought souvenirs. We went back to our hotel and continued making prank calls. We did our phone sex call to some girl cabins. They all came to our room in the pouring rain to give us one dollar. They were only wearing panties. Too bad there was only one attractive girl in the group. Then they ran out of the room because they thought a teacher was coming. Once they got back to our rooms they called us and demanded we give them phone sex. What started out as a joke got nasty really fast. We hung up because the girls were getting to into it. I felt sick from the realistic sounds they were making.

Day 7: We left the hotel and drove to our homestay. The group got divided into 5 sub-groups. Each sub-group went to a separate household. We stayed with people who only spoke Spanish and worked on a farm. We had one translator. This was fun, the people were nice. I felt bad for them though, they lived in a lot of poverty.

Day 8: Early in the morning we got up and planted trees. I was covered in mud and soaked to the bone from the rain. Then we drove to a resort. It was amazing! The drive took 5 hours, but it was worth it. 3 swimming pools, a dance hall, mini-golf. (Don't tell anyone, but there was also a porn channel on the televisions).

Day 9: We spent the day at the resort. We went swimming in the pacific ocean, where we spotted some sea turtles. Huge waves, too. Then we went up to a mountain and watched scarlet macaws. We counted 130 macaws.

Day 10: We went ziplining today. I even went upside-down. What a thrill! Then we drove to the first place we stayed, where we spent the night.

Day 11: Early in the morning we got up to catch our flight. Too bad it was delayed 10 freaking hours! It was supposed to leave at 7 in the morning, but it left at 5 in the afternoon! What the heck do you do with ten hours at an airport? NOTHING! We landed in Dallas, Texas at 10:00 that night. We were bussed to Austin, which took 4 hours. I couldn't sleep, but it still brings me to the next day.

Day 12: At 2:00 in the morning we went to an IHOP to get something to eat. We hadn't eaten in 14 hours, and we were starved. Too bad IHOP had a 40 freakin minute wait at 2:00 in the morning. Who the heck goes to IHOP at 2? Texans, apparently. Instead we went to Denny's. I had hashbrowns with eggs over easy. We got to the airport at 4, when it opened. At 7:00 our flight left. I sat on the plane with two people I didn't know. A black guy with dreads and a skinniny white guy with gelled hair. Finally I landed back in Cali. It feels good to be home.

TLDR: Super fun trip, American airlines has lame service. Delayed flight. Animals. Cool stuff.

Friday, June 29, 2007


The iPhone comes out at 6:00 PM today, Friday, June 29.

I want one.

There are however, many significant hurdles in accomplishing that goal.

  • They cost $500, plus $60 a month

  • There is too much demand, and not enough supply

  • I currently use Sprint, not AT&T

  • Did I mention they cost $500, plus $60 a month? How the hell can everyone in those lines afford that?

Maybe someday.

Tuesday, June 26, 2007


So, I ordered this electronics kit to put together the other day, and it finally came. Everything was going great, until I opened the bag. All of the sudden the whole bag exploded and sent parts flying all over my kitchen. I managed to find every part except for one, which meant I needed a replacement. Luckily, I found a replacement part in another electronic kit I had lying around. So, with all the parts, I started to solder. After soldering two pins I successfully burnt myself. After icing the burn, I continued to solder the rest. Two down, only 98 to go. I finally finished, the whole process took about three hours. The instructions to the kit said it should only take about 10 minutes. I guess I have a lot to learn.

Friday, June 22, 2007


It is 11:44 and I am not really tired. What the hell is wrong with me? I'm gonna lay in bed and stare at the light on my laptop. It's one of those iBooks where the light on the front fades on and off. I'll count the times it turns on... like counting sheep. Why do people count sheep? I've tried it, it doesn't work. iBooks are probably more effective.

Completely unrelated: If you want to see a funny website, go to Uncyclopedia. If you've been to Wikipedia you'll get it.

Thursday, June 21, 2007

Summer Camp II: Tales From the Picnic Grounds

Another day of summer camp has come and gone. The main difference between this day and the others was the weather. Yesterday, we had overcast skies and cold, windy weather. Today it was completely blue skies and uncomfortably hot. Mother Nature's having mood swings.
The highlight of the day, for both me and the campers, was the pirate ship jumpy. Complete with canons and a mast, it managed to slightly resemble a pirate ship. The campers, however, thought it would be a brilliant idea to crawl all over me inside the jumpy. Needless to say, I wasn't too keen about this course of action. I managed to get them off with my new method of instructing the campers, counting down from 10. Try it. It actually works pretty well.
Stay tuned for Summer Camp III, the last in this series, and also the last multipart post until further notice. Why no more multipart posts? Because we never finish them. I probably won't even finish this one. Talk about going out with a bang.

Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Summer Camp

This year, I am once again enrolled in a summer camp. However, I am not one of the campers. This year I am a counselor in training. What is the difference between a counselor and a counselor in training, you ask? The difference is that I am younger and do not get paid.
So far I have been to camp three days. On Monday, I arrived after an extremely long bike ride (approx. 2 minutes) from my house. Once there, I had to choose a camp name that the campers would call me. Due to my previous experience, or lack thereof, I have been dubbed "Rookie".
I soon found that the campers' favorite activity is chasing me around and grabbing on too me. Once about eight have done so, there combined strength is able to pull me to the ground. Everything besides that was going well.
Then it was lunchtime.
I was surprised at some of the disturbing things that the campers talked about. One was talking about shooting the president because the weatherman predicted the weather inaccurately, another was talking about how an intoxicated adult with a chainsaw would cut people into bite-sized pieces. I feel like one of those adults talking about how everything is wrong with the new generation.
I wouldn't worry, though, because you can't stop kids from thinking about these things. After all that they just resumed chasing me. I'll have to post again after Friday, when the camp ends.

Friday, June 15, 2007

It's Graduation, Man! pt. 1

It's been two days since i last went to school, and i have a good reason. I decided to stop going, and just leave the torture and triumph of this year behind me. Also, it was over, but the school year didn't give up without a fight.

This epic battle between the forces of good and the forces of awesome, the final showdown between boredom and nervous laughter, and the brutal struggle for a place atop the bloodstained alter of disinterest and heatstroke, graduation is hard to define, and even harder to undergo. To put it simply, it was a sequence of long, agonizingly boring events, punctuated by opportunities for extreme catastrophic failure in front off all of our family and friends, much like a car wash.

After 3 or so hours of valiantly defending our last refuges of lingering sanity against the endless waves of boredom zombies, we realized it wasn't all that bad. I realized that the wrinkles in my pants distorted my shadow so it looked like i grew an extra finger, someone in the audience yelled out "Party Like a Rockstar!" a few times, and fellow AKOKK blogger K-Rizzle gave an inspiring speech about the values of education and understanding in today's world. That, and the incredibly awesome dance party that followed, were a fitting conclusion to the school year, and ultimately, made the summer far more worthwhile.

Monday, June 11, 2007

The Final Epic, Part II

I stand over the body of my opponent.
The foe has been vanquished.
Storm clouds part.
The sun shines through.
Ponies and unicorns dance under a rainbow.
Okay I lied.

Sunday, June 10, 2007

New Look

Thats right folks. Ew look. Because now our blog looks like a sad attempt to give the Frankensteinn Monster a makeover. And its all my fault. I'm working on it, so just keep your pants on. For real.

6/11/07 Update: Turns out I am completely incompetent when it comes to blogger templates. I switched back to the old one for now.

Thursday, June 7, 2007

My first post in a while

To our 550,000 non-existent readers:
I haven't posted in a large amount of time, but after months of procrastination and forgetting, i am back! Finals are still going on, and I am only more confused. Ms.A*** uses this crazy mathematical lunacy, alongside a bucket of moldy yellow fluid (seriously, it's under the sink), to grade our papers. From what she told the class in a series of fits and trances, it goes like this.

If we get an F, it means we get a 0, but it actually counts in the gradebook as 50% The grading program used enters this into the computer.



If we talk during the test, we get a double-F, or double-0 as it's sometimes referred to, which should count for 0 points both on the score sheet and in the grading program. However, the correct way to write it is as NG, or No Grade. When you write "FF" or OO, it is....



50^2 =/= 0



Therefore, according to the grading algorithm used in the grading software, a double-F counts as the original value multiplied by 2.
That means that when Ms. A***** enters "FF" into the computer, and I've seen her do it, it gives us 2500%. WTF????

By failing the final, are we giving ourselves a 1000% in her class, giving us a grade point average of more than 10 times what is allowed by the district! Could failing the final give us a higher grade than what is physically possible, and crash the school grading network?

Only one way to find out...

I think that's what the bucket of putrid yellow fluid is for.


Wednesday, June 6, 2007

New Look

I think it is about time our blog gets a new look. I know a little more about making them, so I'm gonna try and make my own template. So don't be alarmed if you see our blog's appearence change very often. Please comment on this post if you have any ideas about what we should do.

Tuesday, June 5, 2007

The Final Epic, Part I

"Oh, finals, why do you hate me so?"
"We do not hate you, Kael. We simply wish you to learn," reply the finals in a distant ghost-like voice. The voice echoes through the empty air, sounding like a thousand tortured souls in chorus.
"Why do you lie to me, finals?"
"Ah, a clever one, I see. You have uncovered us for what we truly are."
"Yes, I know everything."
"But nobody knows everything!" snickers the finals.
"But I am nobody."
"Perhaps I have underestimated you, Kael. But you will still perish under the weight of my sixteen pages!"
"We shall see, finals, we shall see!"

And so the epic battle begins.

Authors note: I don't quite get it either. Please read the previous posts for more explantion of what the hell is going on.

Not Studying For Finals

Well, the year is over, and I am posting from home. You know what that means? I can post whatever I want about my teachers. This is completely unaffiliated with school. Therefore, I can post something I have been wanting to post for a long time, but couldn't because I was using my school computer.

I hate Ms. Aloi.

Yes, I said it. Read that again:

I HATE Ms. Aloi.


I really, really hate Ms. Aloi.

I hope she is fired from every job she gets.

I hope she is never hired.

I really hate Ms. Aloi.

I hate Ms. Aloi

Ah, that feels better. Yes, uncensored for the first time, we all hate Ms. Aloi. That brings me to my next topic, finals.

Ah yes, I have finals in English tommorow, along with Ms. Aloi. English I am prepared for. As for Ms. Aloi?

I HATE HER. She hasn't taught us anything, and she is giving us another teachers final. She doesn't answer questions. I am not even going to bother studying, because whatever grade I get will not be even remotely determined by how hard I tried, or my natural genius.

It will be determined by a cage filled with monkeys, an imaginary husband, and a magic eight ball. The fumes of her room probably help too.

Uncensored hate of Ms. Aloi. Pure, pure hate. Ms. Aloi. Please die.

Gman, over and out!

Monday, June 4, 2007

Abesence in Posting (Again)

We are very very very sorry for the absence in posting. We here at the AKOKK have been frantically studying for finals. I assure you, after June 9, we will be posting more frequently.
Thank you for your understanding,
The Krazy Krap Team

Wednesday, May 30, 2007



This is an obligatory post. I am posting an update on everything I have been doing.

I haven't done anything amazing. I printed some stickers, launched a potato gun, and have had other assorted fun.

Oh, and Mr. Miles sent me outside.

Damn you Mr. Miles. I will win, I swear!

Spartans, what is your proffession?!?

Friday, May 25, 2007

Maker Faire

I hope everyone had fun at the makerfaire (even though I did not attend). I heard that it was a blast!! I wanted to tell everyone that our Ms. A*** - isms will be posted as soon as Summer Break starts. In case you haven't heard about this phenomenon, these Ms. A*** - isms are sayings from our crazy...uhh...well, you'll find out!!! Here is a sample ism. ENJOY!!

Us: How long is a light-year?
Her: I don't know, I'm not a scientist.
Us: Whats your best guess?
Her: Umm, a month???

Saturday, May 19, 2007

Dispatch from the Maker Faire

I have just returned from the Maker Faire, and there is but one word to describe it: awesome. I will try to recount the events as best as I can. After parking, we made our way to the main entrance. Nothing seemed that special about this gathering, but as we walked through the parking lot, we saw a person holding some device in their hand, and a robot trailing behind them. This was my first clue that the Maker Faire was my kind of fair. Then there was the people. We overheard that 45,000 people had attended, twice the amount of the year before. Suddenly, I heard a loud boom and saw a mushroom cloud of fire burst into the air in the distance. That's enough clues for me. The San Mateo fairgrounds are quite large, and every square inch contained a person or an invention, and sometimes both. I was happy to see Sparkfun Electronics there, demoing a picture-frame tetris game. Very neat indeed. We also had some fun on a bicycle pedal powered ferris wheel, and we even saw Justin from!

What else did I miss? There were at least five 3d printers, most notably Fab@Home. One of them even printed things out of sugar! The things it made looked really good, but a sign said "Do not touch" and I assumed they also did not want me to eat it, either. It's not just a nerd event, almost everyone there came as a family. I really reccomend that you go tommorow for the second day, and make sure you get there right at 10:00. Remember the word: Awesome. I would definetley go again next year.

Crusade!!! To piss Gabe off!!

That's right. Free poop in every bite. Shocking.

Gabe sucks.

Thursday, May 17, 2007

The Office. Season Finale.

Well, after Kael kind of got me into the office, I watched the season finale. Can't wait to hear what all you guys thought about it at school tommorow.

I thought it was pretty funny. Yeah!

Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Become A Vegitarian. Now.

I am a vegitarian. And I think you should all consider becoming one yourselves. I know many of you love meat, and I am probably just punching a brick wall trying to change your ways. Just watch this entire video and think about what you do every day when you wolf down a hamburger.

Watch more videos at

Monday, May 14, 2007

So much for part 2 and 3...

Well, since I showed everyone the Demotivators website (, I don't think anyone really needs me to post the other sections of the demotivators. If you want to go to the website, wait until you're feeling really good about yourself so you'll lose all your motivation. Also, If anybody knows anyone who is far too motivated, introduce them to this site. Please. And try to say variations of "motivation" and "demotivation" like I have, redundantly and pointlessly.

Friday, May 11, 2007


Twitter is a cool new MySpace-esque internet site. Except cooler than myspace. Basically, you post on it what you are doing through the web, IM, or a text message, and all your friends can see it. As you can see, I added my current twitter status to the right over there, under the always nifty "Quote of the Day". My screenname on twitter is kingkael, so just add me to your friends, all right?

Friday, May 4, 2007


Yo. I'm Narf. I was here a while ago... but I got lazy and didn't post much. I'll do better this time.

Here's a list of good demotivators when you feel too good about yourself [part 1]

• You can do anything you set your mind to when you have vision, determination, and an endless supply of expendable labor.
• That which does not kill me postpones the inevitable.
• The best leaders inspire by example. When that's not an option, brute intimidation works pretty well, too.
• If you're attractive enough on the outside, people will forgive you for being irritating to the core.
• The secret to success is knowing who to blame for your failures.
• When the winds of change blow hard enough, the most trivial of things can become deadly projectiles.
• There are no stupid questions, but there are a LOT of inquisitive idiots.
• Let's agree to respect each others views, no matter how wrong yours may be
• You were meant for me. Perhaps as a punishment.

I'll continue these over the next few days, probably as a four part set

Whoops. [and] Disturbia

I think I forgot to post Ketchup Part II. Whoops.
And now for...

Kael Reviews: Disturbia
Shia LeBouf (aka "The Even Stevens Guy") plays a character coincidentally named Kale in the drama/horror flick Disturbia. I usually don't like to see horror movies, but something made me think this movie was better than the rest of the pack. And it was. The idea was a good one: A teenager suspects his neighbor is a serial killer, but is unable to do anything because he is under house arrest. The movie starts out with a scary scene of a car crash in which Kale's father is killed, and then cuts to him in highschool three years later. The only real complaint I have about this movie is the title, which seems like a failed attempt to combine the words "Disturb" and "Suburbia". Beyond that, I suggest you all go out and see this movie.
Score:4.8 out of 5

Wednesday, April 18, 2007


This post goes out to G-man and all of the other WOW players our there! FOR THE HORDE!!!

Saturday, April 14, 2007

Ketchup, Part I

Hello, fellow readers! I have returned from the frigid region of Lake Tahoe with many a tale to tell. So many, in fact, that I have to break this post into two parts, namely, Ketchup parts I and II. This name is appropriate because this is a big catch-up to the always krazy, sometimes krappy, going-ons of my life. To organize all this krap, I have chosen to use a bulleted list. So, here goes Ketchup, Part I.

  • Spam Mail
    Most people don't bother to look at their spam mail. I usually don't even have to see it in my inbox, because Gmail's excellent spam filter tucks it away in the aptly titled "Spam" folder. But on occasion a clever one sneaks past this filter and into my inbox. I recieved one such email recently. Here is the unabridged message with the juicy parts in italics:

    Acquire a whopping lower on your Meds-RX

    reputable varieties, elite quality.

    humongous disversification, including Hard to find drugs
    0 prescriptoin indispensable.
    Secret with No waiting space or arrangmenet required
    Buy in totality and Save! even if added

    Just type www [.] pillking [dot] org
    in Your IE

    But Uncle Henry and Aunt Em need me to help them, she added, so I can't ever be very long away from the farm in KansasBut he resolved to be brave, whatever happened, so he stumbled along after the savages without a wordThe relative risks and confidence intervals available with all current evidence do not point to a potential benefit overall or in specific subgroups of patients Furthermore assessment of efficacy among subgroups such as patients with P aeruginosa infections probably requires an unachievable number of patients treated empirically at the time benefit of antibiotic treatment is most evident

    What it lacks in basic grammar and mechanics, it makes up for with a decent thesaurus. Where else can you get words like "disversification"?

    Have you ever craved the ability to follow someone every moment of their life? Me neither. That is, until I saw Justin is wearing a live broadcasting camera on his head 24/7. You can watch him do interesting things, like sleeping, waking up at 1:00 pm, partying, and going to bed at 2:00 am. I don't know why I like to watch this krap, but I am not alone. His website hits are probably somewhere in the millions. I wish we had hits like that.

  • Briefly: Boarding
    As mentioned earlier, I just returned from Lake Tahoe where I attempted to snowboard yet again. If you must see, here is a video.

Well, that's it for Ketchup Part I. Stay tuned for Part II which will feature another edition of Kael Reviews, and, as always, some more krazy krap.

Sunday, April 8, 2007

Happy Easter!

I suppose I'm obligated to make a post wishing you all a happy Easter. So, Happy Easter!

Friday, March 30, 2007

Braces Off!

I am going to be getting my braces off today! In about 45 minutes, I will depart for the orthodontist. And thus will end a long a painful chapter in my teeth's life. wOOOT! I R TEH PWNZORZ NUBSS!!!

Wednesday, March 28, 2007


This is the most amazing time in our life. We are on Google! Search under "Krazy-Krap" and you will find AKOKK right there on the first page!! I am nearly crying with joy!!


So, I was thinking (What are the odds?!) and then I thought to myself, "Who the hell would come up with an invention like a stapler?" Think about this. I mean, I understand inventing a lightbulb, but a stapler. Who wakes up in the morning and says, "You know what would be a great invention? Something to staple pages together. Yea!"

Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Alive and Well, Mostly

I haven't posted in a long, long time. So long in fact, that many of you may have wondered wheter or not I was alive. I mean, if you care. Which I hope you do. Anyway, I have spent a while away from the computer...

I'm just joshing! Time away from the computer...pshht. I was just busy playing world of warcraft and building my mousetrap car to pay any attention to this blog.

Yes, I did say mousetrap car. I built a car powered solely by a mousetrap. The car is very complex, and it went quite fast. I tried to emulate a dragster in the building of the car. More news on my world record breaking (!) mousetrap car at 11.

Thursday, March 22, 2007

Dashboard Widget

All Kinds of Krazy Krap has a dashboard widget!

System Requirements:

  • Mac OS X version 10.4.0 or later

  • Keyboard

  • Mouse

  • Screen

  • Computer

  • Compulsive desire to read AKKoK


Monday, March 19, 2007


This thing is so cool I just had to make a new post. (Isn't that what blogging is about?) Drawball is a cool flash, um, thing that lets you draw in this giant ball full of others drawings. But, you have to be zoomed in far enough to do it. This thing is just full of drawings! If you look closely, you can see my name.

Homestar Disappoints

Normally I love the hilarious cartoons at, but this weeks cartoon, Drive Thru, was disappointing. This is the first time I have seen a Homestar Runner cartoon that was truly bad. I hope they make up for it with a real cartoon. In the words of Homestar Runner, "Seriously you guys."

Sunday, March 11, 2007

Kael Reviews: 300

For the second installment of "Kael Reviews", I am doing an in-depth review of the movie 300.

The Spartan king is forced to go to war with Persia's army of 3 million with his small army of 300 after refusing to give tribute to them.

This movie is filled to the brim with special effects. I think that every scene included one. Most of the effects were long battle shots with blood flying through the air in slow motion. Although the plot was a bit lacking, the action scenes make up for it. This movie will probably not deeply inspire you emotionally, but it may lead you to chant "For Sparta!" in the parking lot of the movie theater, as it did to me.

I give it: 4.5 out of 5

Saturday, March 10, 2007

Krazy Glue

Given my natrual tendency to spell Crazy with a K instead of a C, see blog title, I thought I would give Krazy Glue a try. It really does stick to anything, including your own fingers. So unless you want sticky lobster claws for hands, I reccomend using caution. This warning comes from experience, an experience that occured just minutes ago. It wasn't that bad, because I am typing right now, but be warned. Stay tuned for an exteneded review of 300 tommorow.

Wednesday, March 7, 2007

Kael Reviews: Movies that came out a while ago

Here is my quick list of "must-see" movies:

  • Little Miss Sunshine- This movie is pretty sweet

  • The Departed- Lots of violence, but still pretty sweet

  • Pans Labyrinth- Sad, but still pretty sweet

  • The Queen- Kind of sweet

  • Stranger Than Fiction- Very sweet

  • Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan- Hilariously sweet

Yes, I had to copy and paste the full title for Borat.

Monday, February 19, 2007

Ski Week

YEAH, SKI WEEK IS FINALLY HERE!!!!!Ahh, now we can all relax and enjoy some well deserved rest. No more tests, quiz's', or Ms. ****. Life is pretty sweet. I have just gotten into British Premier League Soccer. My cousins from England came and introduced me into this new, cool sport. I even have a favorite team (Chelsea). So if you read this blog you will most likely see me referring to it a lot. Well South Park is on and I hope everyone is having a fantastic vacation.

-GO BLUE!!!!!!

Thursday, February 15, 2007

Amazing Editing Skillz

This is, without a doubt, some of the most amazing editing skills in existince. This guy has made a few of these videos, in which he fools around making noise and edits it with amazing results. This video is a testament to skill.

I challenge everyone reading this blog to make an edited video that is as cool, or cooler than this.

Monday, February 12, 2007


A vicious thing. Procrastination is the practice of putting work off until a later time, and letting build up. As you read this now, you are witness to me procrastinating. See, I should be finish up a drawing for English. I ask you, when did people have to start drawing in English? Anyway, I'm going to get back to my work.

Also, a thought to think about. They call them laptops, but they are too hot to use in your lap.

Speech! Speech! Speech!

Contrary to popular belief, speech is not spelt "speach". What follows is my speech.

Our country, the U.S. of A., is a great one. We have stood the test of time, our country has lasted since the final day of the American Revolution. This great country needs great leaders, and that is why I, Kael, officially declare my canidicy for president of the United States of America.

Sunday, February 11, 2007

Cool Video

I found this little peice of brilliance a few days ago, probably during english or math. Enjoy

Saturday, February 10, 2007

School Dance

So once again, another school dance has come and gone. It had it's ups and downs, mostly downs, and hit an all time low when the DJ decided to play "The Chicken Dance". So it was pretty bad. So why do I go, you may ask? Well, the main reason people don't go is that no one else goes. So by not going, they are creating the reason they do not go. It's a vicious cycle, a paradox, and it sucks. That's why I go, because I don't wish to be part of that paradox. So if you go to my school, I encourage you to go the next school dance, and it won't be so bad. I promise.

Saturday, February 3, 2007


All the Kael said is true. I was stolen by an assassin Tikbalang and hoarded away in to the treetops. The cruel Tikbalangs had little mercy, but I was able to escape! I highly recommend that everyone here buys an Infallible Tikbalang Talisman!! It really does work!! After being stolen, I purchased one and since than, no Tikbalang has come near me!!
I am planning on watching Pan's Labyrinth, maybe even tonight! Contrary to what Kael said, posting will continue on this blog. Without my daily dose of Krazy Krap, I could go insane!

Friday, February 2, 2007

Excuses, Excuses

Why no new posts, you may ask? We all have our reasons. Gman was captured by an assassin rogue and got lost in deep space. K-rizzle got some badly needed sleep...and still hasn't woken up. Not that he didn't show up for school, he just slept through it all. Psuedar was contemplating the meaning of life, and a better screen name. As for myself, was watching "The Office", and spent a week telling people about how hilarious it was. (Yes, the American one, for those who know there is also a British one.)
We won't be posting that much anymore, not that anyone reads this. If you do, please get a blogger account and comment to show you care. "TheBigHoochie", our only reader, has sadly left us. Also, if it is still playing, watch "Pan's Labyrinth". It's an awesome movie.

Wednesday, January 24, 2007

TheBigHoochie: Congrats, First Commentor!

TheBigHoochie is a somewhat mysterious blog commenter that I would like to talk about. First off, we are really making a big deal about finding out who he is, a bigger deal than we should make. Second, I don't think we have properly welcomed him as the first outsider to comment on our blog. In years to come, we will remember you, as most blogs make it a tradition to remember there first commenter. Third, in order to figure out who you are, could you please give some subtle hints or a sort of riddle that we have to solve? It would be quite nice if you mad it rhyme, too, because you seem to be good at that. So please comment on this post, and we will see if we can solve your riddle. Once again, congratulations being our first commentor!


Ten Thoughts to Ponder for 2007

Number 10
Life is sexually transmitted.

Number 9
Good health is merely the slowest possible rate at which one can die.

Number 8
Men have two emotions: Hungry and Horny. If you see him without an erection, make him a sandwich.

Number 7
Give a person a fish and you feed them for a day; teach a person to use the Internet and they won't bother you for weeks.

Number 6
Some people are like a Slinky ... not really good for anything, but you still can't help but smile when you shove them down the stairs.

Number 5
Health nuts are going to feel stupid someday, lying in hospitals dying of nothing.

Number 4
All of us could take a lesson from the weather. It pays no attention to criticism.

Number 3
Why does a slight tax increase cost you $200.00 and a substantial tax cut saves you 30¢?

Number 2
In the 60s, people took acid to make the world weird. Now the world is weird and people take Prozac to make it normal.


We know exactly where one cow with Mad-cow-disease is located among the millions and millions of cows in America but we haven't got a clue as to where thousands of illegal immigrants and terrorists are located.
Maybe we should put the Department of Agriculture in charge of immigration.

"Life is like a jar of jalepenos. What you do today, might burn your ass tomorrow".

p.s. Oh yeah, and thebighochie should give us his initials so we can figure out who he is.

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Kman Begone!

I would like to announce, again, that you are no longer to refer to me as Kman. It's stupid. It's worse than "Mr. X". I shall now be called: Kael.

Newspaper Comics: What's wrong with them?

Reading the comics, one of my main sources of amusement in the wee hours of the morning, I found this comedic vacuum staring back at me.

Over the past months, humor has been increasingly outphased by it's absence, shown here in it's physical form. Aparently, the fantasy world which the comic's author has accepted as reality, the greater population's brains were harvested by the little green men. That's why they find the notion that Old Yeller is sad hillarious. Or, he could be a schitzophreniac.

That said, drawings with captions that are not funny in any way (the term "comics" doesn't apply) like these are increasing, and it won't be long before actuall good comics like Foxtrot or Brevity succumb to the corruption that is sweeping through America's funny pages.

Maybe comic artists are being replaced by humorless, soulless computers, the same ones that answer my calls to tech support and supply the music played in elevators. Maybe the comic artists just aren't getting paid enough, and they're using bad comics as a form of protest. Whatever the cause, comics suck, and when one fails society, society fails one, and that means we are all at fault. The true cause of horrible comics may be in each one of us, so the next time something fails to amuse you, look inside.

Monday, January 22, 2007

Epidemic Poster

We were recently attacked by a stoner attempting to impersonate a member of this blog. Fortunately, I was able to use my admin powers and ban the noob. Thank god, huh? To prevent further attacks, I have decided that if any stupid noob joins our blog, its ban time. NoobBusters!



Sunday, January 21, 2007

World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade

Yay! The WOW expansion is out! I already am level 61! And now I regret typing that. Ah well...I better close this page and get back to playing!! See all you later, or not!

Friday, January 19, 2007

Crusty Hair? You Better Believe It!

This is really funny. Me and K-man (mostly k-man) found this on As i was listening to Ms. **** babel on and on about her husband, I realized that she has CRUST IN HER HAIR!! I mean, if you smell its one thing, but CRUST. EEWWWWWW!!! I couldn't take my eyes off of it the whole rest of the period. It was disgusting. Well I hope I ruined your dinner or lunch or whatever.
-Mr. X
-Edited by Gman for anonymity. Mr.X put the picture up. I have nothing to do with it. Also....

Thursday, January 18, 2007

Compilation of random thoughts, arranged by gman

¤´¨)Bring it Back!
¸.·´¸.·*´¨) ¸.·*¨)
(¸.·´ (¸.·`¤ ☼ SwirlyBall☼

I've know a mouse and he hasn't got a house
I don't know why I call him gerald!-Pink Floyd, "Bike"

"I never let my schooling get in the way of my education," Mark Twain. I live my life by this.


If you can read-whatever language this is-please translate it!

Do not remove asbestos yourself.

Thank you for reading.

New Blogger

I am honored to become another member of the AKoKK team, and to kick it off, this is one of the funnier things i have seen over the last few months (although some parts of this may contain offensive language, so be warned). Check it out.

Wednesday, January 17, 2007


We have been blocked by Websense! This blog is, for the time being, inaccessable at school! If anyone has any information on any way that we could get around this, please post your comments! This is a serious crisis, people. Really. I dont know about all of you, but i need this blog! How else can I amuse myself during school hours! In all actuallity, I can't! In the words of the beatles, "Help!"

Game Design Competition

Jay Is Games, my favorite gaming website, is hosting a Flash game design competition. I will be entering my game that is currently in development. You need to know how to make Flash games to enter. (Duh) The deadline for entry is Feburary 9th at 11:59 PM. Click the picture below for more details.

Monday, January 15, 2007

HTML... Learn It

This is for all of you people on this blog.
Have you ever wondered how I do that magic bold, italic, underline, or even strikethrough?
It is all through the magic of HTML tags. HTML tags are usually formatted like this:
<tag>stuff that the tag applies to</tag>

There are tags for formatting text like

Links are special tags that have a paramater.
<a href="URL goes here">This is a link.</a>

As you can see, the tag is <a> and the paramater "href" is where the link goes to. I don't know why they called it "href". It's a stupid name.

Images have a parameter, too.
<img src="URL of image">

Images are different than other all the other tags here because there is no </img> at the end.
This concludes my beginner guide to HTML. So learn it. And comment if you have more questions.

The iPhone: Enough Already!

I am totally in to Macs, iPods, and anything else Apple serves up. And when the iPhone came out, it was really, really, cool. But I'm tired with people making such a big deal about it. At Macworld, people were oohing and awing at it, and it was actually quite funny watching people stare at it. So please, nothing more about the iPhone. Also, today is Martin Luther King, Jr. day. Please think about him for a while, because he's awesome. Like, more awesome than the iPhone.

Sunday, January 14, 2007

Mr. X

I am the new blogger of this site that will be referred to only as Mr. X. I lurk in the shadows of downtown Tiburon watching. Waiting. Man, this post is getting creepy so yeah. Here is my picture...

Mysterious New Poster...

Who is this guy? He appears on MY blog without any warning...I think that he should make a post introducing himself, and possible email me with his real name. I don't want any creepy hacker nerds who think that just because they hack the intarweb they deserve a spot on MY blog (sorry Kman, I know we share it). So make an introductory post, please.

Friday, January 12, 2007

Midnight Post

I was really bored so i decided to do a midnight post. probably no one will read this until the morning but who cares. you know whats great about the internet? they have no fcc. you can post whatever you want and not get in trouble. i still wont take that risk because the teachers probably read this. who reads this blog anyway?


i am the new blogger of this site!! i have hacked it! whats red, bubbly, and scratches at the window before it explodes? a dead baby in the microwave. god i love these jokes.

Tuesday, January 9, 2007

Read My Lips: No New Posts

Sorry for the long absence in posting. I have been relaxing and enjoying vacation, and was very alarmed to discover that school started today. It was shocking. If someone started a rehab center for vacation withdrawl, I would be the first to submit myself. In fact, I think that we should have a boycott of school. We instate picket lines around school and throw rocks at anyone who trys to pass them. But, I'm beggining to ramble...maybe its the lack of sleep. Anyone, again, I apolagize for not posting, and I would like to make it crystal clear that this is not Kman's blog. Thank you for reading. Krazy Krap is brought to you by the letter K, and bloggers like you. Thank you.

Saturday, January 6, 2007

I'm Back.

Well, I'm back from Tahoe and, as usual, there are no new posts. This might as well be just my blog. In fact, you may see that as the slogan shortly. If Galen cares enough to post, he can do whatever the hell he wants with the slogan. But for now its mine. All mine. Anyways, I was in Tahoe taking some snowboarding lessons. I'll tell you, it's hard. But fun. Must. Use. Longer. Sentences. Besides doing both faceplants and buttplants, I made it down the green runs. I switched to skiing on the last day to better enjoy the entire mountain. It was much easier than snowboarding, probably because I've skied since I was five. I really wish I had something interesting to blog about. At least I have something to blog about, obviously the other guys on this blog don't. Or they're on vacation.

Monday, January 1, 2007

New Years, And then some.

Happy new year folks!
I love new years. This particular year I managed to stay up till midnight, although grumpy from lack of sleep. I woke up this morning almost twelve hours later. I am still managing to eat three meals, though. For breakfast, I had french toast and bacon with a glass of OJ. (The drink, not the person.) For lunch, I had a few quesidillas and some leftover pizza with milk. I'm about to have dinner, which is going to me some steak and something to drink. This is how the first day of 2007 should be remembered, by its food. You won't see anymore posts from me for a while, because I'm heading up to Tahoe where I'll be trying snowboarding for the first time. I hope to have some great stories for you all when I get back. A little extra bit here for all you who actually read the whole post, my friend has created a software (Mac only) that calculates various math and geometry functions, for all of you still in school. I am doing some badly needed design work that you will hopefully see in version 1.7. (The current release is 1.5, but 1.6 is almost done, I'm the first one to try it out.)