May 25, 2009

Incesante Propagana


Nada me encabrona más que la propaganda + religión. Yo no lo expreso abiertamente, no le digo a la gente "Hola, soy de Yabucoa y odio la religión!", pero no me explico como atraigo a estos mediocres que para lo único que existen es para agotarle la paciencia a gente que está completamente tranquila. ¡HASTA POR MYSPACE!

From: guzman
To: Dreth
Date: May 19, 2009
Subject: Cristo Te ama


Porque de tal Manera amo Dios al Mundo que a dado asu Hijo Unijenito para que todo aquel que en crea no se pierda sino que tenga Vida eterna. Varon Cristo Te ama dale una Oportunidad el Cambiara tu Vida te lo Aseguro.


From: Dreth
To: guzman
Date: May 19, 2009
Subject: RE:Cristo Te ama

Maldita propaganda de cultos, ahora también atacan el Internet.

Háganos un favor y quédense en la Edad de Piedra, junto a su manera de pensar.

No estoy aquí para recibir sermones cibernéticos, no tan solo serán ignorados como los sermones que llegué una vez en la calle a recibir, pero los insultaré con todas las ganas del mundo para que me dejen quieto.


Exhorto a la gente que se siente incómoda con estos fanáticos, que se lo dejen saber en la cara, ya que ellos insisten en que el resto del mundo está mal. Ya que nos lo quieren restregar donde sea que nos vean, ¡devolvámosle el favor!

May 24, 2009

What our lamps don't let us see


People often ask me if I'm gay, because I like looking at the stars and have long hair. The latter being the most common reason, but still I wonder what the hell is wrong with looking at the stars?

People don't realize that since we're being showered by our own shiny devices, there's a whole sky up there to appreciate. This video shows us just that. So if this is what it takes to be gay, count me in. Just... leave out the whole part of me being attracted to other men.

Galactic Center of Milky Way Rises over Texas Star Party from William Castleman on Vimeo.

Geeky Update


Hiatus OVER!

Personally, I wanted to wait until I had my computer completely set up before I made another entry but I felt I had to share something. Not because of you, non-existent readers, but because I had a feeling of abandonment with myself. Regarding the blog at least.

On a less geeky note, I chopped off half my hair. (this was before the video shown below)

So, to bring you up to speed:

My old ASUS motherboard short-circuited, and even though my idea was to beat the living crap of my old PC, NOT buy any components for it and then get me a decent PC as time went out, I went for upgrading a lot of things as well. I was behind, way behind, in terms of hardware.

Old Stuff:

ASUS P5V800-MX
Intel Pentium 4 2.66 GHz
1.5 GB DDR RAM
ATi Radeon x1650 Pro AGP 512 MB
XBlade Case

New Stuff:

ASRock G31M-S
Intel Core2 Duo 2.80 GHz
2.0 DDRII RAM
nVidia GeForce 6600 512 MB PCI-E (for now)
ATi Radeon HD 4830 1GB PCI-E (in a few weeks)
Generic case full of stickers and less holes

The DVD writers and hard drives are the same, but soon I will be replacing the two 80 GB hard drives, which are IDE, with a single 160 GB SATA one.

So pretty much everything is newer, albeit the initial move was an involuntary one, I knew this would happen at some point.

Here's a small vid, goofing around with the [also] new webcam, modeling the extreme case modding at hand.

May 3, 2009

Positive side of the Swine Flu paranoia


So people say I'm pessimistic, well this will show you otherwise!

  1. Let us start by not calling it the Swine Flu but Piggy Achoo.
  2. We can also acknowledge no infected pigs have been found.
  3. The death toll has not even reached a two-digit number, as oppossed to the alleged 152 deadbeats.
  4. So why are we linking it to pork?
  5. Having said the above, we can call BS on the whole thing and hate the government, which is the cool thing to do.

BUT, what would be the worst case scenario?

People would die en masse. Which is what any sane god would want!

How's that for positive thinking?







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