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.