Thursday, December 27, 2007

Sweep the Leg

This is about Johnny from the Cobra Kai's revenge. Take note of the peeps in this...

Tuesday, December 25, 2007


The picture is a link.

Friday, December 21, 2007

Radiohead trivia...

I can't remember where I read this but here something cool about radiohead that you should know. So you know that part at the end of 'All I Need' where its gets all noisy and big? Well, during rehearsals Jonny liked how the acoustics of the live environment naturally produced a sort of background white noise when they went into that loud part, and then Thom would come over the top of it all with those vocals. So he wanted to recreate the noise on the album. So he had a bunch of strings just sustain every note in the scale at that part. That makes it noisy and big.

Sunday, December 16, 2007

DVD and CD-ROM exploration.

This whole thing is good... but the best line comes at 5min 50sec.

Dangerously low white wine level.

Saturday, December 15, 2007

Saturday, December 08, 2007

Thursday, December 06, 2007

Best Windows Error Ever May Rip Time-Space Continuum, Destroy Reality

I got this from Digg, an interesting news site (which is heavily infiltrated by Ron Paulbots, Facebook and everything anti-establishment in-between):

In what computer analysts and physicists all over the world have classified as "a clear and present danger to the survivability of the Human Race and the Universe as we know it," LA area-man and Gizmodo reader Kevin Barbee reports that his Windows Vista Problem Reporting has reported that it has stopped reporting. White House's security advisor for Weapons of Mass Destruction Tom Lennox pointed that government experts are now scrambling to understand how this doomsday device, what they call the Krazawski-Gothenberg-Travolta Paradox, arrived to Kevin's computer:

Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Captain Ron 2

Captain Ron 2: The Curse of the Nanotechnological Pirates

Thought I may drop my mark on this blog.

Where did everyone go?

Bored? Tired? Hungry? Fresh?

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Friday, November 23, 2007


Please call Kate Radonski asap: 805 698 9294
Thank you and continue to read Karl Popper.

Skullduggery: the real culprit of Global Warming

This is culled from the Wikipedia entry for the Flying Spaghetti Monster. It uses historical records and scientific facts to prove that Global Warming is caused by the decreasing number of pirates in the world.

Pirates and global warming

According to the Pastafarian belief system, pirates are "absolute divine beings" and the original Pastafarians.Their image as "thieves and outcasts" is misinformation spread by Christian theologians in the Middle Ages and Hare Krishnas. Pastafarianism says that they were in fact "peace-loving explorers and spreaders of good will" who distributed candy to small children, and adds that modern pirates are in no way similar to "the fun-loving buccaneers from history."

Pastafarians celebrate International Talk Like a Pirate Day on the 19th of September.

The inclusion of pirates in Pastafarianism was part of Henderson's original letter to the Kansas School Board. It illustrated that correlation does not equal causation.

Henderson put forth the argument that "global warming, earthquakes, hurricanes, and other natural disasters are a direct effect of the shrinking numbers of pirates since the 1800s."

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

The cleansman reunion over the break....

So Im coming back wednesday. We should combine forces in a renewed effort to destroy our livers and lungs. Lets get communicative.

Ghostbusters reunite for video game

i heard there's going to a bonus "Venkman in Space" round, where you try to eat as many space ghosts as you can in a minute.

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

M. Lydon c. 2001
Title: M. Lydon Explains the Roots of Mythology

this will have to do before the president decides to make an appearance for himself

I made this!

Go vote. Make the right choice.

Saturday, November 10, 2007

Whatever happened to Matt Lydon on here? (darstark/darkstar)

Matt's back in the abyss and he needs to reemerge into the blogosphere with a glorious post.

Oh my dear God... tonight was an amazing exercise in the art of drinking alone. To my credit I did text message some people but they weren't ready for libation, so I handled things for everyone.

Does my capitalization of God in the previous paragraph and in this sentence imply that I believe in said entity and show him/her/it some kind of respect? Dunno...

I should drive to the office right now and lay down some really hot C++ data structures.

Matt... you're the only mammal on this blog who knows that a named mutex is the optimal way to ensure that only a single instance of an application can run at a given time.

Thursday, November 08, 2007

Matt Drudge likes Radiohead?

If you were unaware, the Drudge Report is a pretty interesting headline aggregation page, and I almost always find something worth reading off of it. Yes, the nature of which political stories he picks reflect a flamingly conservative bias, but more importantly he is a master of presenting news as entertainment, which is why he averages about 20 million views a day.

In the last month or so, he's posted 12 different Radiohead articles, which can be found here, and there's one today about how the new album is being physically released on Dec 31st. Which begs the question: how is it possible for conservatives to like Radiohead? I mean, besides the obvious fact that Radiohead rocks and everyone should like them...

Saturday, November 03, 2007

Thursday, November 01, 2007

This is teh gay but I couldn't help myself

lolcats funny cat pictures

Also, this is awesome.

"This sounds really daft, but I still cannot understand – I wish I could – why all the religious movements can’t sit down together and say, ‘OK, now this is what we have got in common: this, this, this and this. OK, there are some things we disagree on, but your figurehead and your figurehead and your figurehead are basically the same person, just at different points in human evolution. So, why don’t we agree that it’s the same person and we’ve got more in common than we have not in common? And now let’s stop fighting!’"--Thom Yorke

Saturday, October 27, 2007

Lord Radon

I've gone as Radon the last two Halloweens and I ain't stoppin' now!

Also I got warmed up at the DPHS 10 year reunion today.

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Some more In Rainbows talk

Its pretty good, I'm still getting into it but listening to it pretty much daily.

a few faves:

-15 Step is a funky, signature "5/4"-signature track, which gets my signature of approval

-Weird Fishes, probably tied with All I Need as my favorite tracks, I love the density and multilayering of each track, especially the big, heavenly build at the end of All I Need

-Jigsaw Falling Into Place is great, sounds like the soundtrack to a pensive quest of sorts, also a great buildup and interesting chord developments/unfoldings

-Videotape is also excellent, kind of haunting & somber yet engaging in the way only Thom Yorke can make it, if I had a soul it'd be touched by it.

not so faves:

-Bodysnatchers reminds me hella of Cuttooth...
-Nude reminds me of Don't Get Any Big Ideas!
-Faust Arp... House of Cards would be more interesting if I knew how they created some of those sounds...

alright well that took a good half hour, now i gotta find shit to do for only 1 more hour and i'm on my way home.

When you're pushed, killing's as easy as breathing.

Monday, October 22, 2007

My Encounter with the Beast from the Sea


This guy doesn't look very big in this picture, but is probably 6 feet long and weighs about 5-600 lbs. He was just chillin as me & my crew were taking pictures of him, but then all the sudden he got up and started barking like a motherfucker. Our humanoid scents must have pissed him off, because he then lunged for us, and I barely escaped the grasp of his powerful jaws (not really, they actually only move about 1 mph on rocks, and I was about 8 feet away). But it was kinda scary for a few seconds when he was charging at us, galumphing his oafish, shiny mass at us in a hateful manner.

We saw this sign on the way out:

Then, having lived to go home and write a blog about it, I did.

(if you are bored and so inclined, here are a few more pictures from the journey... i'll probably put up more Hawaii pics in the future, as i figure out how to use my digital camera better)

Friday, October 19, 2007

Blog Mulching experiment 1B...

Attempt to develop ever more accurate cosmological simulations of reality (on computers).

I'm sick of this 'world-of-irrational-terrorists' scenario that the media keeps stuffing down our throats. Shouldn't the public education system of this country ensure that our citizens are wary of such ridiculous demonization schemes?

I will test your motherfuckin theory so hard its motherfuckin ass turns red.

What about the urges for interstellar exploration that spontaneously erupt during the dotted, intertwining polyphonic melodies of the Grateful Dead or Pink Floyd?

Reggae: ....thats just country for stoners...

This mother forced her baby to take mad hits of the bizong, so that the child would become more mellow and docile.

Embattled U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum said America has avoided a second terrorist attack for five years because the “Eye of Mordor” has been drawn to Iraq instead.

...the sole contributing factor by which our
musical products have value is 'creative infusion
by intrepretting subjects'.

How did I resist the call of Taco Bell on the way home from the library this evening?
Why are we still in Iraq?

Darth Maul was not played by an actor, but was rather an actual demon that was possessing Rick McCallum’s waffle iron.

The majority of our work together will consist in furious and meticulous recreations of Paco De Lucia guitar solos from which we will extract nuggets of tonal expression which will later be reimplemented/arranged as a suite of extended non-diatonic 'tone poems'.

Donovan NcNabb took to one final drag from his cock-shaped crack pipe before falling into bed.

Best Muse song?
I say "Knights of Cydonia" because when I'm at the gym and the burn is real cavernous and domestic, and I feel like giving into the hatred of the terrorist, thus letting the terrorist win, that glorious epic comes on and gives me six more minutes on the treadmill, thus lessening the impact on my liver and lungs from all the dirty fucking filth I put in there.

Thursday, October 18, 2007

Some nostalgia...

...for all the lovers of early 90's emo/melodic hardcore or something. (Hum, 'Pod')

Damn, that place is going off!

Van Halen goes experimental, attempts to blaze new trails with microtonal cock rock...

Well, not really. At a recent performance in New York, the mega group finished their set on a rather experiemental note when the the keyboard backing tracks for their finale, 'Jump', played back at the wrong sampling rate. The result, 3 minutes of atonal bliss. Note how Eddie tries to transpose his part in real time. Unfortunately, the keyboards are playing back at 48khz when they should be playing at 44.1khz, so there is no way to compensate on guitar; the keyboards are 1.5 half-steps sharp. Lol.

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

New blood.

What do you guys think about inviting more folk to enhance the girth and potency of Cleansmanship? Murph/Zell/Gorm maybe? (..hehe..)

I bet one of you guys knows...

how to take down a online forum. It's a rather unsecure one as well. Let's do this.

Monday, October 15, 2007

Cody's Newspaper (Approx. Age 6)

Apparently, when I was a youngling, I would create fictional news stories then print them out and put them on people's doorsteps. I chose to show this one because it's remarkably like something I would write today.

The extreme heat of the heat blast will destroy dogs and cats and people.

That is a disaster.

We think strange things called muscles were made by the gun.

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Please could you stop that noise I'm trying to listen to In Rainbows

How come I end up where I started
How come I end up where I belong
Won't take my eyes off the ball again
You reel me out the you cut the string

How come I end up where I started
How come I end up where I belong
Won't take my eyes off the ball again
You reel me out the you cut the string

You used to be alright
What happened?
Did the cat get your tongue
Did your string come undone
One by one
One by one
It comes to us all
It's as soft as your pillow

You used to be alright
What happened?
Etcetera etcetera
Facts for whatever
Fifteen steps
Then a shear drop

Thursday, October 04, 2007

Top ten unexplained phenomena...

Got this from According to the article, the Taos Hum is the number 1 most unexplained phenomenon, right after bigfoot (italics are mine).

The Taos Hum
Some residents and visitors in the small city of Taos, New Mexico, have for years been annoyed and puzzled by a mysterious and faint low-frequency hum in the desert air. Oddly, only about 2 percent of Taos residents report hearing the sound. Some believe it is caused by unusual acoustics; others suspect mass hysteria or some secret, sinister purpose. Whether described as a whir, hum, or buzz and whether psychological, natural, or supernatural no one has yet been able to locate the sound's origin.

Only 2 percent of the population hear it and yet its the #1 unexplained phenomenon!!?? WTF!! Of the ten, only the 'mind/body connection' and 'UFO' phenomenon are really significant, but what about the cattle mutilations? Why arent they on the list? They actually provide documentable evidence to be investigated! I hate this godamn popular pseudoscience crap.

Here are some phenomenon that actually are significant and unexplained:

1) Observed gravitational effects which we attempt to account for with 'dark matter' theories, which may be the wrong approach, btw.

2) Quantum computations (must parallel universes factor into the explaination?).

3) The material transformation of the earths surface into cities, roads, power and communication infrastructure, buildings, particle accelerators, cars, furniture, computers, sex toys, and anything else you can think of that humans create. Few try to explain this, because it is so easily taken for granted. But of course I try, and you probably know that I would tell you that it leads us right into transhumanism.

Here's a quantum computer. This should make you feel better.

Shot of the D-Wave chip holder - a robotic looking contraption

Wednesday, October 03, 2007


Tuesday, September 25, 2007

This story melted your brain, in a parallel universe...

Parallel universes exist - study

Press Association
Sep 23 11:33 PM US/Eastern

Parallel universes really do exist, according to a mathematical discovery by Oxford scientists described by one expert as "one of the most important developments in the history of science".

The parallel universe theory, first proposed in 1950 by the US physicist Hugh Everett, helps explain mysteries of quantum mechanics that have baffled scientists for decades, it is claimed.

In Everett's "many worlds" universe, every time a new physical possibility is explored, the universe splits. Given a number of possible alternative outcomes, each one is played out - in its own universe.

A motorist who has a near miss, for instance, might feel relieved at his lucky escape. But in a parallel universe, another version of the same driver will have been killed. Yet another universe will see the motorist recover after treatment in hospital. The number of alternative scenarios is endless.

It is a bizarre idea which has been dismissed as fanciful by many experts. But the new research from Oxford shows that it offers a mathematical answer to quantum conundrums that cannot be dismissed lightly - and suggests that Dr Everett, who was a Phd student at Princeton University when he came up with the theory, was on the right track.

Commenting in New Scientist magazine, Dr Andy Albrecht, a physicist at the University of California at Davis, said: "This work will go down as one of the most important developments in the history of science."According to quantum mechanics, nothing at the subatomic scale can really be said to exist until it is observed. Until then, particles occupy nebulous "superposition" states, in which they can have simultaneous "up" and "down" spins, or appear to be in different places at the same time.

Observation appears to "nail down" a particular state of reality, in the same way as a spinning coin can only be said to be in a "heads" or "tails" state once it is caught.According to quantum mechanics, unobserved particles are described by "wave functions" representing a set of multiple "probable" states. When an observer makes a measurement, the particle then settles down into one of these multiple options.

The Oxford team, led by Dr David Deutsch, showed mathematically that the bush-like branching structure created by the universe splitting into parallel versions of itself can explain the probabilistic nature of quantum outcomes.


The parallel universe theory only still _can_ explain "the probabilistic nature of quantum outcomes", but really I still need some proof to buy into it. Show me some videotape of me being laid by Jessica Alba, recorded in a parallel universe, or me composing the ultimate song to bring about the end of universes everywhere. Even just a demonstrably practicable quantum computer would suffice, one that utilizes multidimensional states to render Halo 3 like a hot knife through buttered brie.

(ps: in this picture I am not insinuating the book itself is farcical, but our ability to define and explain "reality" so remains...)

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Who Watches "The View" Anyway?

I know I'm being hypocritical by talking about a show that I think doesn't deserve so much attention, but really, if you're an intelligent human being that can think for yourself and you've seen 'The View' once, why the fuck would you ever watch it again, much less rely on it as a credible source of relevant information & analysis, unless you are trying to become a dumber person?

But the main point of this entry is more to tell you about a sweet website,
Improbable Research, which covers ridiculous "stories of science and research." Its pretty damn entertaining. This was today's story:

September 19th, 2007

Scientists, it is said, never take any assumption for granted. A panel of amateur scientists on the American TV program “The View” debated two such assumptions... Here is a transcript covering one of the two questions (the video clip covers both questions):

WHOOPI GOLDBERG: Is the world flat?
SHERRI SHEPHERD: Is the world flat? (laughter)
SHEPHERD: …I Don’t know.
GOLDBERG: What do you think?
SHEPHERD: I… I never thought about it, Whoopi. Is the world flat? I never thought about it.
BARBARA WALTERS: You’ve never thought about whether the world was round or flat?
SHEPHERD: I tell you what I’ve thought about. How I’m going to feed my child–
WALTERS: Well you can do both.
SHEPERD: …how I’m going to take care of my family. The world, is the world flat has never entered into, like that has not been an important thing to me.
ELIZABETH HASSELBECK: You’ll teach your son, Jeffery, right?
SHEPHERD: If my son, Jeffery, asks me ‘is the world flat,’ I guess I would go…
JOY BEHAR: You know, didn’t some person already work this question out? I mean, why are we doing this again? (laughter, applause)


... and then the world became a slightly stupider place to live in...

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Why I'm Not Afraid of Foreign Invasion

The Associated Press

OKLAHOMA CITY -- To some University of Oklahoma football fans, there are things that just aren't done in the heart of Sooner Nation, and one of them is to walk into a bar wearing a Texas Longhorns T-shirt.

That's exactly what touched off a bloody skirmish that left a University of Texas fan nearly castrated and an Oklahoma fan facing aggravated assault charges that could put him in prison for up to five years.

The case has set off a raging debate in this football-crazed region about the extreme passions behind a bitter rivalry. Some legal observers even question whether this case could ever truly have an impartial jury.

"I've actually heard callers on talk radio say that this guy deserved what he got for wearing a Texas T-shirt into a bar in the middle of Sooner country," said Irven Box, an attorney in this city 20 miles from OU's campus in Norman.

Police say Brian Christopher Thomas, 32, walked into Henry Hudson's Pub on June 17 wearing a Longhorns T-shirt and quickly became the focus of football trash talk from another regular, Sooners fan Allen Michael Beckett, 53.

Thomas told police that when he went to the bar to pay his tab, Beckett grabbed him in the crotch, pulled him to the ground and wouldn't let go, even as other bar patrons tried to break it up.

It took more than 60 stitches to close the wound, and police interviewed Thomas at a nearby hospital.

Beckett's attorney, Billy Bock, concedes that his client commented about Thomas' shirt but said that it was just good-natured ribbing and that he apologized to Thomas when it appeared to upset the Texas fan. Later, Bock said, Thomas approached his client at the bar and threatened him.

Thomas' attorney disputes Beckett's version. "That's total malarkey," Hughes said. "My client never said a word to him. He got up to pay and when he paid and left a tip, the guy grabbed him."

Beckett, a church deacon, federal auditor and former Army combat veteran, has pleaded not guilty. His next court appearance comes Oct. 4, two days before the Sooners and Longhorns tangle in their annual football game at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas.


That's the real America in action right there: simple football- and religion-loving country folk, who will rip your dick off if you fuck with them.

That sounds like a much worse fate than catching some shrapnel from a suicide bomber to me.

These model citizens would cut up and eat an invading army with their bare hands; God bless 'Merica.

(of course my state would roll over, or else be annihilated altogether in the case of a war with China, as we have military bases & gift shops for every armed service here)

Monday, September 10, 2007

Thursday, September 06, 2007

Which of the Presidential Contenders Would Win in a Fighting Freeforall?

No holds barred...

Here are my top 4:

1. Barack "The Black Rocky" Obama

age: 46

height: 6'2

weight: 190

fighting style: young grasshopper

special skills: 'Bama learned how to throw fish with deadly accuracy in the hoodz of Honolulu, doesn't like war or fighting really, but is still black, and knows some hard hittin n----s he can call up if it comes to that...

2. Hillary "Thrill Killer" Clinton

age: 59

height: 5'6

weight: 135

fighting style: dirty nut twister

special skills: Battle-hardened from beating the shit out of adversarial politicians (and her husband) for decades on end, Hillary enters the arena to win, even if it means leaving no man standing, and no pair of nuts untwisted...

3. "Rowdy" Rudy Giuliani

age: 63

height: 5'10

weight: 170

fighting style: bald lizard

special skills: While not the youngest contender in the ring, Rudy is deft, delivering swift blows to his many opponents (bums with squeegies, mafioso, terrorists, ex-wives and ex-family members), and lives for a classic, epitomizing fight, along with a little trash talk for good measure...

4. John "The Baptist of Pain" McCain

age: 71

height: 5'7

weight: 210
fighting style: none (relies on enemy attrition)

special skills: Already a highly-trained foot soldier during the Reagan Revolution, McCain has been baptising his senatorial challengers in huge margins of defeat since 1982; he's also a real soldier and apparently enjoys receiving large amounts of pain (because he preferred to receive beatings instead of sign a bogus confessional drawn up by the Vietcong).
I wanted to simulate a whole 2-party, 16-contender tournament, but doing just this much took me a solid 3 hrs at work already. Maybe I'll come up with some more nicknames later.
Joe Biden
Hillary Clinton
Chris Dodd
John Edwards
Al Gore
Dennis Kucinich
Barack Obama
Bill Richardson

Sam Brownback
Fred Thompson
Rudy Giuliani
Mitt Romney
Duncan Hunter
John McCain
Ron Paul
Tom Tancredo

Wednesday, September 05, 2007

From the Onion

Bro, you're a God among Bros

By Zach Caldwell

You know you're one of my top bros, bro, because you got my back. And I got yours. You're my bro. But you went above and beyond the other night, bromaldehyde. You really did. Saving me that seat at the Velvet Revolver show, even though all those other bros were trying to get up front, bro? So clutch.

You are truly a god among bros.

Just when I think you're as solid as a bro can get, you raise the very definition of brodom to new heights. You're like a brogle, soaring to the farthest reaches of the atbrosphere. Seriously. If it weren't for you and your extreme brobility to hook a bro up when it is most croosh, I'd have been stuck in some bitch-ass seat, cramped all in the corner with a bunch of bitch-asses, bro. But you stepped up. You brovercame all obstacles to help a bro out. This is the kind of shit that makes bros for life.

Brody, I was so stoked when you told Gina to go eat a fat one after she asked if she could have your other ticket, even though you knew you could probably get a pretty deese HJ from her. Bros before hos, bro. That's what I'm talking about.

You are the king of all bros. Brotankhamen. You are the Ayatollah Bromeini. You are Broseidon, lord of the brocean.

But this is just one of many times you've fallen on a grenade for me, brozo. Who took the blame when I broke Skeeter's bong and fucking Skeeter was all fucking pissed? You, bro. Who was the first to bro up and carry that fucking keg of Killian's up four flights of stairs for Duke's surprise party? You, bro. Who was the only Bromo sapien on the planet to tell me he thought the brand-new rims on my F-350 were the shit even though everyone else was all, like, fucking not that excited about them? Bro, you know it was you. You're my broheim supremo, bro, and don't you ever forget it.

I'm so fucking glad we're bros, bro!

I've long admired your absolute broficiency in all things bro-related, and the way you've always carried yourself in a brofessional manner. I consider you a brole model. When I was new in this town, you took me under your wing and showed me the bropes. And I will always preesh that. Not only did you school me in proper brotocol, but you were a spiritual leader, a confidant, and, more importantly, a bro. You taught me how to be true to my inner bro and to bros around me. You are a real bro. Not a fake bro, like those other douches. I hate fake bros, bro. Faux breaux. Fuck that. No, really, bro…you're practically a bro-ther to me.

Look at you, blasting in like Rambro and firing off your launcher like nobrody's business, bro. Serious Brotosaurus Rex action. Brodius Maximus. I'm not big on labels, but you, more than any of the wiggers, bitches, goth chicks, dorks, homos, or Mexicans I know, are absolutely beyond rebroach.

In fact, your brotitude is so brossential that, in many ways, you are the ultimate brototype: You sprung out of the brotean ooze at the very broment of creation, unformed, unmolded, and became the ultimate bro, more powerful than any who came brofore. I don't fear your power, bro, but I respect it. And I will always brobey it.

Brosemite Sam. Potassium Bromide. Brobi Wan Kenobi. Brover Norquist.

Like Broseph Stalin, you are leading the way to the dictatorship of the broletariate. It is truly revbrolutionary. Like the Bro v. Wade of our generation. You brobliterate the enemy from the very peak of Mt. Brolympus. That's some shit. That's brolific. But that's the kind of bro you are.

Bro-S.A.! Bro-S.A.! I'm so pumped right now! Bro-S.A.!

You are the epitome of bro, in every brossible way, and that's the Bro's honest truth, bro. I may have a bropensity for broverstatement, but this no mere hyperbrole: You are 100 brocent, absbrolutely the broest. Brotally.

I wish I had the words to describe what a good friend you are, dude

Tuesday, September 04, 2007

Cambria Blast 2: MEGALODON

Thanks to all those that made the Cambria adventure a success. My throat may never recover.

Guess who bought "Virtua Tennis 3" yesterday?

Back to work is harsh, but at least it's only a four day week.

Tuesday, August 28, 2007

The future of HD audio.

I'm going to need an OK Computer remaster in this format:

Monday, August 27, 2007

Metroid Prime 3 Tomorrow!!!

I just watched the review on IGN and it looks amazing - like a 360 game. Now two things must happen before tomorrow:
1) I have to beat Bioshock
2) I have to figure out which games I should sell back to buy MP3

Anyway, all the reviews are calling it the best game for the Wii so far, and as it's my second favorite Nintendo series behind Zelda, I must have it.

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Clean Matt Lydon Party

This is coming up soon: Labor Day weekend, Cambria, Brews, Baked Goods and Goods Baked. Be there or die.

Biology Blast (ie Bioshock)...

Ok gentlemen, its here...What's the verdict?

Thursday, August 16, 2007

Space/Time Travel is Here

'We have broken speed of light'

By Nic Fleming, Science Correspondent

Telegraph U.K.

12:01am BST 16/08/2007

A pair of German physicists claim to have broken the speed of light - an achievement that would undermine our entire understanding of space and time.

According to Einstein's special theory of relativity, it would require an infinite amount of energy to propel an object at more than 186,000 miles per second.

However, Dr Gunter Nimtz and Dr Alfons Stahlhofen, of the University of Koblenz, say they may have breached a key tenet of that theory.

The pair say they have conducted an experiment in which microwave photons - energetic packets of light - travelled "instantaneously" between a pair of prisms that had been moved up to 3ft apart.

Being able to travel faster than the speed of light would lead to a wide variety of bizarre consequences.

For instance, an astronaut moving faster than it would theoretically arrive at a destination before leaving.

The scientists were investigating a phenomenon called quantum tunnelling, which allows sub-atomic particles to break apparently unbreakable laws.

Dr Nimtz told New Scientist magazine: "For the time being, this is the only violation of special relativity that I know of."


If you arrive at a destination before leaving, then aren't you in the past, and you still have somewhere to go? Then you try and leave again but end up further in the past? I can't think about the implications of this too hard right now. Kevin?

"Instantaneous data transfer is keen." - D. Deutsch

Friday, August 10, 2007

Its Friday, I'm in Dubb

Whilst the beginning of the weekend has probably set in for most of you Easterners, here is some good reading material to take up some time and perhaps entertain you whilst on this weird planet:

Man attacked in Karaoke bar by woman for singing Coldplay song - further proof that Coldplay is one of the worst fucking bands of this century.

$10 Million-Dollar Burger: Allergy-prone man sues McDonald's for putting cheese on his Quarter Pounder - couldn't the guy have double-checked the burger for cheese FIRST maybe? This guys lawyer should be executed already for making the world a stupider place to live in.

Thursday, August 09, 2007

Deep thoughts

We have first person shooters, and third person shooters, but what about second person shooters? Is it even possible, and what would it look like?
(Credit to Sarah)

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Friday, July 20, 2007

Points of randomnimity...

I had another incredible dream about monkeys last night. Not the realistic, stupid, dirty monkeys of our world, but the small, intelligent, crafty monkey's of my imagination. The kind of monkey's that are the size of your hand and sit on your shoulder and understand English. That was an awesome dream, even though one of the monkey's got destroyed because someone in the dream was filming some movie that called for it.

I really need to compose and record some more music. I get always get bored of my own stuff before I can commit it to 'tape'. I need better vocal melodies, and I need to write electronicish stuff that sounds less conventional.

I have more to say but I'm bored of it too so I'll stop now...

Thursday, July 12, 2007

Heres some nice ones I got...

Hurt Cure
Ideal Hurt
Filthy Slice
Slice Children
Strain Pork
Fat Princess
Slant Of The Neutron Pulp
Burnt Flesh Lady
Candid Mammal

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Cy, you are awesome, do acid...

Yah, BTF on Myspace, the biz...Cy, you've inspired me. Not only with your innovative moves in trip-hop/downtempo production and steadfast friendship, but because you somehow managed to keep those BTF masters around, ready for internet publishing. I lost all my old recorded stuff because I suk. Now the moment of truth when, yes, I, Kevin Minor, do create my own Myspace page. I'm going to pretend I'm not as antisocial as I really be.

Tuesday, July 10, 2007



that is all.

Friday, July 06, 2007

What If....

July 8th, 2007
The Hot Times

Live Earth Concerts Trigger Countrywide Power Failure

On an extremely hot summer Sunday - in the month energy consumption surpassed record levels - the simultaneous conduction of dozens of Live Earth concerts by musicians "rockin' out for the environment" caused massive power grid failures across the country, resulting in brownouts, blackouts and subsequently the meltdown of several power generators in multiple states, resulting in the release of thousands of tons of CO2 and radioactive materials into the earth's atmosphere.

As a result, the estimated rate of global warming has quadrupled in intensity, hastening an impending and apocalyptic climate shift.

"Its your fault," explained Al Gore, organizer of the event and climate paranoia expert. "Nobody listened to me 12 years ago when I said the world only has 10 more years of sustainability if we don't make the necessary changes to our heathen lifestyles. I changed, and the world refused to change with me. So, its your fault. Now pardon me, I have a private jet to catch."

Gore had been criticized in recent months for failing to establish a connection between Live Earth and any actual benefit to the environment. His son, Rory Gore had also recently been arrested on suspicious driving and drug charges, which he immediately blamed on global warming.

"As the warming gets worse, I reckon I'll have to do more blow to keep cool," the younger Gore lamented.

Others were not so ready to admit global warming was a bad thing. Air conditioner, shaved ice & beer salesmen, nudists, sand collectors and heat aficionados all rejoiced in fucked-up unison.

"Good! Its friggin cold as shite in Scotland!" commented Arctic Monkeys lead singer Joe Monkey. "We are befittingly changing our name to the Warm Monkeys."

"Matt Damon," said Matt Damon.

Monday, July 02, 2007

I'm still not sure how this can be real...

BTW, I highly reccomend checking out the Truth Ministry website. You won't be disappointed.

(update: actually you can kind of see someone photoshopped the text from 'gay' or 'homosexual' to 'asian'. The website's response is pretty hilarious.)

Sunday, June 17, 2007

Gollum is the American Psycho

Click on this to make it bigger, it's easier to read that way.

Wednesday, June 13, 2007


WHITFORD, NJ—After several months of observation and interviews with nearly everyone in the young teen's life, an Onion investgation has conclusively determined that Whitford seventh grader David "Davey" Gendelman, 13, is presently undergoing the bodily changes that will slowly transform his awkward, boyish frame into that of a sexually mature adult.

Despite repeated denials from the transparently defensive Gendelman, members of his peer group told reporters that the Whitford native now experiences spontaneous erections throughout the day. The majority of these occur during third-period social studies class, in which he sits behind classmate Sarah Miller, also 13, and stares desperately at the bra straps visible under her tank top. Several handwritten poems discovered during a search of Gendelman's school locker identify Miller as the secret object of his budding affections.
When informed of her classmate's sexual interest in her underwear, Miller called Gendelman "perverted and gross."
The boy's penis, although still tiny compared to those of most boys his age, is becoming erect at other times as well, including in the hallway between classes, on the school bus, and at lunch, an analysis of school security-camera footage confirmed. Gendelman has been observed carrying textbooks and other objects directly in front of his midsection in an ineffective attempt to conceal his blood-engorged member from his peers.

Whitford Middle School nurse Kristin Price initially declined to comment on Gendelman's drastically changing body, citing confidentiality issues. However, notes obtained from Price's office revealed that the middle schooler visited her less than two weeks ago to ask a number of questions about the female reproductive system—a clear sign that hormones have begun to rage through his young body.
Gym class sources eagerly disclosed that the loner's "squeaky, childlike" voice now often cracks, and that Gendleman has recently developed body odor, leading to frequent instances of his "smelling nasty."
Though the signs of his puberty have become increasingly obvious, those closest to the 13-year-old were hesitant to speak to the news media about his transformation. His mother, Janice, had to be confronted with the results of a six-week examination of her family's laundry before admitting to reporters that the boy has begun to experience the nocturnal emissions of semen commonly known as "wet dreams."
Gendelman's father, Frank, expressed surprise when he was shown pictures of women exposing their vaginas and told that they were recovered using the browser history on his family's personal computer.
"Apparently, he doesn't know about the 'delete history' function," Frank Gendelman said. "He may be growing up, but he's still naïve in so many ways."
Interviews with more popular students in the school's locker room further confirmed Gendelman's budding pubescence. The larger boys revealed that despite "acting like a little baby all the time" and "playing basketball like a girl," Gendelman has finally sprouted a slight growth of "peach fuzz" on his genitalia—a trait that has even earned him the derisive and humiliating nickname "Peach Fuzz Gendelman" among his gym class peers.
Gendelman himself could not be reached for comment on this story, as he was locked in the family bathroom using the suction created after taking the top off of his mother's conditioner bottle, squeezing the air out of it, and placing his penis against the opening to simulate what he imagines oral sex to feel like.

Friday, May 25, 2007

What the fuck is that?

Alabama Boy Kills 1,051-Pound Monster Pig, Bigger Than 'Hogzilla'

"It feels really good," Jamison, of Pickensville, said in a telephone interview with The Associated Press. "It's a good accomplishment. I probably won't ever kill anything else that big."

Mike Stone is having sausage made from the rest of the animal. "We'll probably get 500 to 700 pounds," he said.

Monday, May 21, 2007

this is an unedited freestyle

Callin out Kevin Minor,
gotta go slow when i'm doin html
else my coding go to hell
and show all up in dat mov
like im disrespecting

but really i h adn't seen that guy
for a while
thought i'd hit that nigga up
see whats up get all up in his cup2 mug
no di didn't bein meanin 2 press 2 right after cup
but that's whats up bnuts


(ps where is that guy?)

Wednesday, May 02, 2007


I dunno if I totally agree with the vigorousness of intellectual splendor of all of this, but it is an interesting listen, like atonal classical guitar music:

THE SECESSIONIST METHOD OF COMPOSITION is a system of thought that was instigated by the precepts promulgated by the Kaluza-Klein, Superstring, Supergravity and M-Theories. It is fueled by the principle that all the dimensions that hold up music can be factorized down to three parent dimensions: the Cognitive Dimension, the Oscillatory Dimension and the Spatial Dimension. To arrive at the conclusions that affirm Secessionism, a deductive technique that incorporates art theory, philosophy and science was employed to mathematically intervene all three dimensions in order to formulate a doctrine that was able to scientifically prove that the primal powers of every preponderant theoretical proposition in music could be sustained within a common space-time, while retaining a plausible aesthetic inference. Its main propeller: The Secessionist Manifesto, labels these interventions (Abstract Tonality, Abstract Bitonality, Polysuspension and Dodecametrics) as the supreme solvents in which the limits of non-improvisation and the withdrawal from planned intention (the secessionist discourse) may be manifested. The Secessionist Method of Composition was schemed by Antonio Quijano by coherently interlocking a series of philosophical and scientific precepts (Suprematism, Fredkin’s Paradox, Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle, and Gödel’s Theorem) in order to attain a logical description of the mechanisms that define an art form which borders the ceilings of human aural perception.

Thursday, April 26, 2007


This was a letter I wrote to a local weekly that got printed on the first page the other day (usually they print their letters on the 3rd or 4th page), so I was stoked. It was in response to this guy who was agreeing with Native Hawaiian rights activists, and Tony Bennett of all people, who said "America has not contributed anything culturally to the world outside of jazz," and basically only aid in death and destruction. So it goes.

No Culture? Says Who?

This is in response to the letter entitled "Americans have no culture" (4/4).

Since I don't think its humanly possibly to be close-minded enough to completely ignore the positive impact of America on the world (especially when you are living in America), I would postulate that the people who run around saying "America has no culture" must do so for ulterior motivations, since downplaying the positive contributions America has made to the world seems to better fit their world view that America is good-for-nothing and can only do wrong.

Yes, America has made some grave mistakes, and it is unfortunate that because of you-know-who on Pennsylvania Ave. our international popularity has sunken to perhaps a new found low, but our wrongdoings as a nation do not somehow magically void out our great sense of culture as accomplishment as a people, contrary to the intentions of the whiney naysayers.

So what is American culture you ask? Besides democracy, electricity, the automobile, bluegrass, jazz, coutry, rap, grunge music, hamburgers, hotdogs, SPAM, baseball, basketball, football, The Godfather and a thousand other great movies, the sitcom, the Internet, the Xbox 360, the artificial heart and liver, the sequencing of the human genome, the exploration of space and the moon, and the creation of the United Nations, American culture can be found wherever Americans breathe, eat and sleep.

Cyrus McNally

Tuesday, April 24, 2007

No, don't do it!

Docs fight to save man's willy

My worst fear ever is that I might someday accidentally do that..

Friday, April 20, 2007

Thursday, April 19, 2007

Modest Mouse

The lead singer sounds remarkably like Brak. It's uncanny.

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

My top 50 movies

This was sweet, I had to put it somewhere. Not necessarily in any order.