Tuesday, November 29, 2005

On the first day of Thanksgiving...

Off to the lembogothory of another two weeks of school. I've crammed the last canned cran, and played the last game of the Thanksgiving Holiday. I'll just end the lamocity with an enjoyable translation recently found, "..el parque de diversiones del futuro, donde nada puede Malir Sal..". I think I'll rename my room the Malir Sal. Oooh, work... when did I sign on for this? Oh, and mad props to all the new bloggers out there.

Friday, November 18, 2005

That evil which lies between 'C' and 'E'

The letter 'D' must go.
This realization comes after much thought, but the letter must go. Working within insurance, the letter has many negative associations. There's ADD (Accidental Death and Dismemberment), DD (a Divorce Decree), but also the new Medicare section D, which has been a major frustration for our office, as well as many citizens that no longer work, as they have gotten in their necessary years, plus are recieving a pension. What more can you expect from a letter that begins death, doom, and destruction?


These charts prove my point - the first chart is the frequency of letters of the English Alphabet repeats in any typical paper (In the analysis of pages that contain 400+ letter combinations). Chart Number 2 is the coolness of each letter, meticulously calculated. Chart 3 shows the relative coolness, using the numbers in charts 1 plus 2 (i.e. if a letter is cool, plus it repeats frequently, then it's relative coolness is higher. Coolness is more important than use, however).
But how to go about this? We simply cannot leave a gap in the language where the letter at one time was. As is proven by this post, it's nearly impossible to remove all the vocabulary that has that letter in it. My solution?
Google has become very popular recently. It has seen to the increase of usage of the letter 'G' in web browers to almost its septuple (estimation on numbers that I got from my brain). We have to jump onto the wagon to get running with this popularity. Most instances of the letter can have the seamless surrogate of the letter 'g'. Example sentence - "I'm surprised Gerick got his goctor of megicine - that guy goesn't have a clue of what he's going (orally "gooing")". See? Seamless.
Possible backlash - vocabulary repitition. One might lack comprehension upon scanning the text of Ezekiel 39, where Gog will consume the city of Gog with fire until there isn't a gog left alive. However, these setbacks aside, I think much goog will come from this program. We will have a more gelightful, givine language. UNITE ALL!

Thursday, November 17, 2005

Ok, so I do have a post

Computer software is controlling our lives. It just is. Sure, it seems like we make our own decisions, but the processes all go through computer software. Crap! it happened again, I get on a good rant, write some stuff down, and decide it all sucks. Ok, so the reason I'm even here is because Maya 7.0 freezes up like a banana driving under the influence of metabolife. So I'd thought I'd shoot off a nice, sarcastic rant, and here I am two posts later, and it's still frozen, This is why I saved right before loading the textures. Maybe I'll just go with a plain grey plantain. Anyhow, I'm just trying to force myself into a blogging mood, and I'm ending up bloogning. I'll think of something good soon.

Almost there..

I wrote a blog post today, but then decided that it really cut a slice of crapple pie. Since I haven't posted in a while, this concerns me, but I'm werking on it.

Thursday, November 10, 2005

Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Travel

The journey of 1,000 miles begins with a single sit.

Monday, November 07, 2005

Initiative

I think if we all had a little less initiative, we'd all look a little better. So remember, I'm just doing my best to make ya'll look a little better. It'd help if you'd do your part.

Saturday, November 05, 2005

Who knew?

Wow -
Thirteen years of public education, an Associates degree, three years of undergraduate work, and I'm spending the evening painting speckled dots on a banana's butt for the highest level class I've ever taken. Now that's ironing. With style.

Blogs: the new radio talk show

Change the channel, Marge.

Thursday, November 03, 2005

The school library.

So, the school media center is open until 1:45. Blessing or a curse? Why the school library sucks: Suck by association - library is connected to studying, homework, other. Why the library rocks: bathrooms. The most up-to-date bathrooms on campus, to be precise. Ideally, you should be able to go to the bathroom without having to touch anything, but the library comes close enough. I hate having to determine whether or not the soap dispenser is sanitary enough to use.

Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Ambiguity

You know what I mean?