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  1. First day on the job (and no training!)

    So, about to head out to my first day at the new job. I was supposed to start two weeks of training last Monday, but I got a call that Monday telling me that the GM canceled the training.

    Still no new schedule for training, but they called and scheduled me for today and the next couple of days for regular work. Supposed to be shadowing somebody, I know their name and all, I just don't know their face. I don't even know how I am supposed to clock in yet .

    Eh, I'm sure I'll be fine.
  2. Minimalist Desktop

    My new Minimalist desktop for Windows 7.

    The box with the Steam, XFire, and other icons in it is a Windows Gadget made by and allows me to store any program shortcuts I want there. The first Icon that you see which is a Chess Piece opens up a flyout window listing all files in there (in this case all my game shortcuts) and allows me to open/execute them without actually opening the folder, which means I won't have a folder in the background while I am gaming.

    The box at the top more near the left is a Systems control box that allows me to shut down, restart, open the Task manager, or start the ...
  3. Replacements

    What is it with everyone today, replacing everything good in their lives?

    We have perfectly good phones, computers, laptops, and cars. But that isn't enough. We need to have the best; always the best.

    The new version of the iPhone came out today? Well then, fuck, you better throw your brand new iPhone that you got two months into the waste bin and head to the Apple Store in your brand new sports car you bought this week with the rest of the extreme debt you are already in.

    No, seriously, you need to. I mean, it has like 1 and a half new features of no use on it that will not be available on your other brand new iPhone for at least a WEEK.

    If you thought any of the above is somewhat ...
  4. The first of many.

    This will be the first of many blog entries I will have on many different things at random.

    I used to do this on MySpace 2 years ago until someone over there decided to get jealous and ban me because my blog was actually getting popular. The reason? "Terms of Use Violation" on a photo of a naked woman that did not show any of the "inappropriate" parts.

    The photo was actually quite clever; it was a comparison on tricking the mind into thinking the positioning of the legs were actually a lamp when the photo was inverted and zoomed in (again, no "naughty" parts were shown nude).

    But this also brings me to the next part of my blog post. Why must we label so many things naughty ...