Monday, September 6, 2010

Sweet Jebus! This is SO boring >.>

So, I decided to look around other blogs and found some to be more entertaining than others. I came back to mine however and noticed my posts have been rather "lacking" overall. I kinda don't want to have to spruce up the place with some semi-NSFW crap or what not butt the situation looks like it could call for it. I'll probably try to spend more time on blogging than I currently do. Being a writer and all, you'd think I would have done this in the beginning (¬,¬). But seriously, I want to make this a success, so whether I need to post more often or post more efficiently< I'll f-ing do it! BTW, I WIll be posting random things now and again so don't be surprised (Or actually, give me every type of emotion possible, since that's what Im here for). Besides, If I want to post up my artwork I have deviant art for that~ PS: Response to anonymous from Old Spice Guy

Friday, September 3, 2010

Hamster died + "stuff"

AS the title suggests, my hamster finally took the "eternal dirt nap". It pains me to see him leave especially since He is the only pet I had that would be allowed in my apartment >.>

In other news, I find it quite hilarious how republicans/democrats mainly believe that our economy can be fixed with one or two main "reforms", when in reality, the best way to solve a problem is to use a bit from both ideologies to fix the problem. If one looks at history one will not fail to notice that many small problems usually lead to a greater problem, and solutions usually require many smaller plans.


Here's a hamster vid in commemoration to mine ...

Saturday, August 28, 2010

Writing and drawing are not the only ways to illicit an emotional response from individuals. Sometimes all you need to do is sit down and "investigate" social life, find what can be used and spit out what the people want to hear. In other words, a comedian. A comedian gets the materials from many sources, but the most notable pieces usually come from life experience. This makes it so that the majority of comedians automatically gain -sociologist- status. And one of the BEST sociologists I know Is Dave Chappelle.

Even after being out of commission for a while, one can still notice that his stand-up still maintains
an interest in its delivery. Wish I could support the man a little better, but he'll have to settle for a spread of his skills.

"Keeping up the Circle"


Probably wont be updating too frequently for now, since I'm thinking of moving soon =P

Other than that, I should be able to keep up to date on all kinds of things I'll be working on as well as some of the games I'll be playing on my off time~
Maybe some interesting things will come out of this new move.