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Staying in my play pretend
Where the fun, ain't got no end
Staying in my play pretend
Where the fun, ain't got no end
Staying in my play pretend
Where the fun, ain't got no end

Can't go home alone again
Need someone to numb the pain
Can't go home alone again
Need someone to numb the pain
Can't go home alone again
Need someone to numb the pain

You're gone and I gotta stay
High all the time
To climb to
High all the time
To climb to
High all the time
To keep you off my mind
A journal from the app, a journal from the app, slinging those words like ugly fat stacks, a journal from the app, type tap tippity yo diggity slack, a journal from the app, yeahhhhhh.

I'm not saying it's bad buuuut little late. I'll still use it.
Just not to write journals. Or literature.

^
#protip
The suspense in the clast room crept on quietly. Everyone could smell the fear dripping from each others veins. As seconds ticked away like hours, Constan's cold stare continued to penetrate deep into everyones souls. He was sleuthing ceaselessly as he reigned on in triumph of his House; his race. The moment finally came when Constan finally spoke.

"I've had enough of them. Take them and deal them their justice. We have islands to conquer. Start prepping the Nether gates."

Without missing a beat all the gears, cogs and wheels snapped into motion. Feet were marching and arms were hauling.
  • Reading: The Lost Years of Merlin: Book 1
  • Watching: Game of Thrones
  • Playing: Path of Exile
Unmovable, unwavering and smooth as glass his heart was polished to radiate like gold and look as pristine as diamond. Rivalin's core is unlike any other with an incorruptible source. For they know if their victor isn't perfect beyond measure they are all doomed. Rivalin is their last choice. Their only choice.
  • Reading: Albert Einstein Biography
Gambling delight and tricky plights he wins no matter who he invites. Rochester begins, Rochester wins, Rochester disappears into many starry nights.
  • Reading: Albert Einstein Biography
Kilvin, master of metal and built like an ox. His blood red hair burns as a testament to the roaring fire within. He knows his metals, he knows his strength and with that he owns the earth.
  • Reading: Albert Einstein Biography
The last time I did one of these was one of the very first one of these I ever did.  Probably some time ago on myspace.  Consider this a grand favor.  You owe me one.

1. What was your first love like?
Like anyone else's.  Naive, fast and over before I knew it started.  It was true.

2. What makes you cry?
Pretty much anything, I'm a crybaby.

3. Favourite quote?
There are so many it's hard to pick one.  "The true ability is letting go that which does not truly matter"  Only one I could yank from my head on short notice.

4. What is something in the world you would change if you could?
The fear and denial of all ultimate truth.

5. Favourite subject? Why?
Life.

6. Favourite movie?
Oh geeeez.....I'll just go with my current favorite movie, which would be Tron Legacy.  Princess Bride is a classic though, I'll give you that, definitely a must see and something you can always revisit time and time again.

7. Do you like answering these questions?
No, not generally =/ but every once in a blue moon isn't all that bad I suppose =)

8. Most romantic thing that's ever happened to you?
I would have had an answer if it would have asked what's the most romantic thing I've ever done.  Now the world will never know!

9. LEAST romantic thing that's ever happened to you?
All the times I've been cheated on, lied to or manipulated.  Looking at you, female gender.

10. Something you wanna do in the future?
Learn a new language, relearn all the essential math skills, build a house, start a garden, get married.  The usual suspects!

11. How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
None it all if the zombie apocalypse ever happens.

12. 5 RANDOM FACTS ABOUT YOURSELF! GO GO GO!!!!
I'm eccentric, I'm very open minded, I use to live in Texas, my hair is the longest it has ever been my entire life, I am a defender and seeker of truth.
  • Reading: Albert Einstein Biography
Last night in my dreams my grandfather passed away.  It was very sad to say the least.  But the place where he died is very familiar....but I have no idea where it is or where it is I saw this place.  There was a ton more to the story but I have no idea what it is now.  Go tell your grandparents how awesome they are because you might not have another chance.
  • Listening to: Tron Legacy
  • Reading: This Present Darkness
  • Watching: Pandorum
  • Playing: Skyrim
My dreams have been elusive these last few nights.  I've grown restless not remembering what it was that I was dreaming about.  Some would say I'm drinking not enough or too much.  It's hard to tell, well, because i don't remember my dreams.

:ahoy:
  • Listening to: Tron Legacy
  • Reading: This Present Darkness
  • Watching: Pandorum
  • Playing: Skyrim
Last night I took a trip to France in my dreams.  It was spectacular.  I think I've seen a side of France not many get to see but that's beside the point.  In my bathroom, wherever it was that I was staying, was full of books.  Books I've read and maybe some books I haven't read.  At the very top of the stack I recognized several great titles. Calvin and Hobbes and Michael Crichton shared the area near the towel rack.  Everything about this place and maybe even France was very warm and friendly.  But this is beside the point.

A very old friend rode up to me on his bike and asked me what was really bothering me.  I didn't have an answer for him.  

But that's beside the point.
  • Listening to: BOOKS
  • Reading: BOOKS
  • Watching: BOOKS
  • Playing: BOOKS
  • Eating: PAPER FROM MY BOOKS
  • Drinking: BOOKS
I've created a new system to help myself digest my inexhaustible list of books.  This is necessary considering I've bought over twenty books from Barnes & Noble in the last three weeks.  I've applied a set of rules to The Stack that will hopefully instill more discipline, continual reading and a minimal level of comprehension.  Here is the set of rules that govern The Stack.

1. Any book placed into The Stack may not be removed from The Stack.

2. All books within The Stack must be read in order from beginning to end.

3. All books within The Stack must alternate between fictional and non-fictional(forcing me to switch between power reading and reading for comprehension).

4. A minimum of a chapter a day is required of non-fictional books.

5. Books may be inserted into The Stack at any point with adherence to rule #3.

6. The Stack permits three floaters that can be read and consumed at any interval at anytime under any circumstance(usually consists of collections of short stories or something technical on subjects ranging from grammar to physics).

7. Any books not currently placed in The Stack may remain out of The Stack at any length of time(this is in part to give myself leeway for recommendations or borrowed books from other people insuring that when they are placed in the stack that I may read them almost immediately).

I have the system.  I have the rules.  Now I need reward/punishment incentives to uphold the laws of The Stack.
  • Listening to: BOOKS
  • Reading: BOOKS
  • Watching: BOOKS
  • Playing: BOOKS
  • Eating: PAPER FROM MY BOOKS
  • Drinking: BOOKS
When my debt is paid off I'm disappearing.  Me and Supertramp.
Hey fellow deviants, currently in the San Fran area!  Hit me up if you wanna chill or can show me around the town a bit!
dear mom, im getting a tattoo.

PS -  you'll only be mad for a little bit ;)

love, your best & favorite son.
If you follow any deviants with a million + pageviews could ya do me a favor and link'em? Still on a conquest for art.

KTHNXBYE1



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To-Do List

Fri May 14, 2010, 12:40 PM
1.Release more CC 3.0 work.

2.Release more deviations with comments disabled.

3.Number my deviations rather than name.

4.Release a deviation within every DA category.

Halo Reach Beta

Tue May 4, 2010, 8:02 AM
Well I was fortunate enough to play the new Halo Reach Beta with some of my friends the other night. Overall I'm currently impressed with what they've got going on. I'll hit on a few key points.

First and foremost they've seemed to have dropped equipment entirely and replaced it with 'kits' or 'load-outs'.  Not entirely sure what the official title for that is.  They've got scout, guard, stalker and airborne.

Scout: Scout is the sprinting kit. It's nice for getting around and getting to cap points quickly. I also liked rushing up on people for the sweet melee attack that pulls your knife out and drops an opponent in a little animated sequence. I could do without the sequence though.

Guard: Guard drops you down to one knee with an invincible shield surrounding you. It's nice when you're taking damage and got an entire team looking at you and boom, you go into guard mode. From the games we played last night it seems guard keeps people pre-occupied and lets your team get into position or get a flag out of a hot zone. We also found out that a charged up shot from the plasma pistol will drop this shield. Beware guardsmen.

Stalker: A nice little cloak set. I personally didn't use this kit at all. One major drawback is that when you cloak you have a radar jammer that goes up too. Anytime I saw radar jammer go up I immediately went alert knowing that someone cloaked was nearby. I felt like it was very detrimental to the kit and gives away your position, defeating the purpose of cloaking.

Airborne: As it suggests you've now got access to jetpacks. Reminiscent of the Tribes series. If you're using bumper jumper as your button layout Airborne will be somewhat difficult. It was very hard to jetpack, look around and engage the enemy as you use the X button to fly. I had to sort of crab claw my controller to get enough fingers on there to work all the buttons.

As for the covy they had two loadouts at this point with the only noticeable difference being different starting weapons. Both loadouts had a sweet rolling dive that helped cover distance and avoid plasma grenades. I foresee these players being formidable opponents as the rolling dive is a very swift motion, hard to keep your guns on'em.

Another new feature they've added is a new vote system. Instead of giving you one option to veto out you get three to choose from and vote into the next game type. As my friend Tanner quickly pointed out being in a party casts all your votes into one. So if you have a party of four and one person in the party votes for oddball on whatever all four votes are cast. We'll see how this is handled in the future and if people will enjoy this or not.

All in all Halo Reach was a fairly enjoyable experience and is worth playing. If you didn't purchase ODST don't sweat it. Find a friend who has and join in as a guest or sign in with your XBOX live account. Just as before with all the great multilayer fun you can get four screens going at once. Definitely a game worth checking out.

Devious Journal Entry

Fri Apr 30, 2010, 8:05 AM
I can't write anything, anywhere, without the right or wrong people seeing it.  I hate it.  Fuck.

  • Listening to: Animal Collective

Devious Journal Entry

Tue Apr 20, 2010, 10:52 PM
One post a day, for the rest of my life.  That is my new goal.  No name, I don't own them, all free.  I'll only keep track of what number I'm on.  Name them whatever you want.  Posting them in "daily offering".

"I think that, to some degree, this is part of my character as a designer: To keep moving and not get stuck in my own past.  This is what I try very hard to do.  I think at that moment in my life, I found a peculiar path: To continually discard a lot of things that I knew how to do in favor of finding out what I didn't."


~Milton Glaser

  • Eating: fresh green beans