Thursday, May 28, 2009

Wow, Thursday

Okay so it's been a while since I posted a written blog. However every week I continue to post a video blog on YouTube (
That was my self pimpage of the day.
Onto further subjects.
TO start off my blog on a shallow subject since I'm sleepy and about to fall into passed-outedness directly after welcoming Heidi1866 to Twitter (plug) via my own (same as the youtube) I think I shall begin with Fullmetal Alchemist.
Anyone who knows me knows that I am an Anime fan and that I read manga. My person favorite manga is the ongoing Fullmetal Alchemist by Hiromu Arakawa, one that I have based an Fan Fiction off of to practice my writing when I can't concentrate on my novel.
I recently made a trip to Cape Girardeau, Misery to go to the mall, where I purchased two pairs of jeans, made in Bangledash, sadly, from Old Navy, even sadder-er since I prefer thrift store, that were too big and now I run about the house either searching for a belt or tr
trying to keep my pants up.
Though with a belt, and the one large t-shirt I bought they look quite smashing. I also obtained three great button downs, at least one made in the U.S.A. and two made in India, FTW!.
The mall in Cape has a huge Barnes & Nobels, which is my store of choice at any mall, where I obtained two graphic novels, 17 and 18 of Fullmetal Alchemist, which are so far really great! THe story is falling into place wonderfully.
Speaking of books I am currently reading an Audiobook obtained from my buddy Adam[a] about the Halo series (Heil Mein F├╝hrer. Bill Gates. Figure that one out, lol) called "Contact: Harvest" (Joseph Staten) which follows the story of Sgt. Avery Johnson man years before Halo (1). Interesting story.
Another story I'll be reading is Angels & Demons by Dan Brown. And I don't care what the church says about the series, I'm not so Insecure about my frakking faith that some work of fiction is going to make me question my existance.
In recent time I have uploaded my 100th video to YouTube which I am very happy about considering I posted on the day one year after my first Video Blog. It's 8 long minutes of me reflecting on the year and how much I've changed. It's excrutiating for me to watch because, since I first began making videos, I have become more adapt at scrutinizing every pause in my speech which wastes precious minutes or makes it go on longer than I had hoped.
A lot has changed in a year, and speaking of a year, tomorrow is one year since me and Cheri...what's the word I'm looking for? together in the emotional lovey sense? Har har. But indeed it is a year and it is absolutely wonderful and I wish I were in Virginia to celebrate, because God knows I would. Especially since tonight is prom.
Funny how God hates me?
But I'm not going to bore you with my own common state of chronic depression, we shall move on to more pressing issues!
DOn't get me wrong, I love it here in Dexter. It's peaceful, friendly, nice! I love the quiet life and love the country. I'm like a country boy who enjoys the city life, actually.
Enough self analyzing.
In the near future, on monday actually, Barbara is dragging me up to St. Louis to see a Cardinal's Game.
I'm not one for sports, I mean I root for the Stealers in football, but I much prefer playing a game of American Football or Rugby to actually watching it.
Though hockey is tops to watch!
I know this is old news by now but I have to say the whole "Death of YouTube" thing involving the every so retarded nickname "Hulu-Tube" was complete bollocks.
My Person Favorite video concerning it was:
Speaking of videos I want to share there are two:

First video is about a subject close to me and my close friends that a friend on Youtube made on a special day.
This subject to some, at first glance, may seem stupid and out right inappropriate but please pay attention to these facts and don't come whining to me with your narrow-minded heart-bleeds about sin and the old testament because I've heard it all before!
So please, be nice: Tenebrousllama asks: Why Homophobia

Second video is about something I want badly. A Hackerspace! A hackerspace is something like a Communal Workshop combined with a Club. It's a place for tech junkies and hobbiests to work on their projects and interact with eachother. In most big cities there are one or two Hackerspaces; but way out here in the boonedocks it's not likely that there is large or concetrated enough community of hobbiests or hardware hackers.

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