Thursday, October 27, 2005

My Space ain't Your Space

It's been a while. I guess I should talk about Myspace.

Apparantely, there's this stupid ass piece of shit out there where Emos come out and think it's cool.
Myspace appears to have the average intelligence of Livejournal, which is essentially "OMG I R TEH COOL JESSE RULES FUK U" all over the average page.

Murdoch recently bought it. That sickens me. I'm an Orkut person myself. Anyone want an invite, hollaback....UGGH! I mean Post a comment.

Myspace propagates stupidity. Anyone who looks at the average comment on Myspace can verify this.

Now, what will I do to play with the game? I got it.

This may or may not have been attempted, but I am going to create a MYspace Whore. Literally, this person will be joining every group imaginable, have the IQ of the average AOLer, and otherwise piss people off.

I'll let you know when he/she's ready....Maybe I'll make it a S/he...........

Monday, October 10, 2005


What's the point behind Lyndon Larouche? I don't understand it.

Thursday, October 06, 2005

Petition to end Petitoners

I got accosted a few days ago by petitioners wanting me to...well...sign petitons.

You know, it's one thing to set up a desk out in the open and ask for peitions, but to go up to people who are chatting, eating, or are otherwise busy, and have them sign your goddamn petition is totally bogus.

That being said, Here are some things you can do:

1. You can't sign a petition if you're not registered to vote, so just say you're not registered to vote.
2. If they push it, say you are registered to vote, just not in your county.
3. Talk in a foreign language. If you don't know any, just make one up.

It's a good thing to sign petitions, but remember, petitions are nothing. You have to go to the source and yell at them.
A petition isn't going to solve anything. It's just a tool.

If you're a petitoner, let people come to you. Don't go into other people's personal spaces. It makes me automatically think NOT to sign your damn thing anyway.

Saturday, October 01, 2005

Doom's Doom

I was driving down a street today, when I happened to catch a billboard's advertisement. The moment I saw it, however, my heart sank to the depths.

It was an advertisement for Doom: The Movie.

That's right! Doom, the bloodthirsty game where people open portals to Hell and somehow, one guy manages to save the planet of Mars. Now it's getting its own fucking movie.

This is the worst decision Id Software has ever made with the Doom series. I can tell you this right now:

Like every video game movie before it, Doom will be an embarrassment to the VG community. Hell, Doom has one of the lousiest plots in game history. Good violence and graphics, yes, but plot stinks! There is no chance of Doom getting a good spot of popularity. Final Fantasy had the best chance of all VG movies to make it, and EVEN IT FAILED!

Id software was never good at telling a story. Look at Quake. Oh, a big monster is somewhere, and we need to get runes to kill it. Quake 3 Arena, the first multiplayer online game I ever played? Oh wow, we have to fight in an arena. Wowzers.

Id has its good stuff. Wolfenstein 3D is a classic, but Id needs to stay where they belong: In GAMING.