Computer Games


I just don’t know what it is. Maybe it’s because I’m a product of the cold war era. Maybe because I got to see it in it’s decline, and to see it finally die. Maybe because it gave me such great things as the James Bond series or great post-apocalyptic games. Now, hear me out – it’s not because I want to see society collapse, no, not at all. In fact, I am very much against that, trying to work for the Federal Government to preserve it, having done military time, etc. However, there is something about the exploration that comes with a post-apocalyptic world that ignites a rather childish delight inside of me. Why is it that crawling over (more…)

Fucking Turians, never believing Shepard.

I don’t know what prompted that other than my RABID LOVE FOR THAT FUCKING GAME. Seriously. ME2 GOTY or GTFO.

Ah-hem, excuse me. On to the real news.

First off, the RIAA and MPAA are fucking off their rockers. I really don’t understand what the hell they are thinking, wanting to be able to get into our computers remotely and delete what they think is unauthorized material? Seriously, see this shit here. Assholes. They want government backing, too! I would say who the hell would allow this to happen, but with what republicans are bitching about these days, who the hell knows what is possible. I can guarantee you that if this happens all my systems will be switching away from windows to probably freebsd, since I doubt they are smart enough to figure that out. In case you haven’t realized, I don’t really like the RIAA and MPAA, greedy fucking assholes.

It’s hard to believe, but today is the 15th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing. What a tragedy. I hope that we can learn a lot from timmy about how dangerous domestic extremism can get. About how racism can cause such dramatic shifts in personality, and how one can drive themselves to commit acts of terror like this with no clear outcome desired.

The two senior Al-qaeda leaders in Iraq have been killed. While this is a good thing, most don’t understand that AQ operates under a very independent, cellular structure. While it is possible to kill off leaders, often time other cells don’t even realize this for quite a while. This is why it can be so difficult to slow the progress of Al-Qaeda. The reason they can do this while others haven’t is because they have very good funding and great organization. They are still extremely dangerous, but this does set them back quite a bit, thankfully. However, we cannot let our guard down, ever.

Sometimes severe danger to the country comes from odd places. That’s right, this is a link talking about the loss of money for the airlines of the world. Why is this such a concern for me? Simply because airlines are pretty integral to the world economy. As airlines start to collapse or have problems with money, it tends to hurt the economy severely. The loss of airlines could lead to another collapse of the economy, and a possible hurt to global relations as people are not able to travel as easily. It’s just something worrisome for me considering all that is going on in the world presently.

Oh well. That’s really all for now.

This was something I generated right after call of duty 4 came out in 2008. My friend Keith has gone through 3 accounts already and been banned on more servers than I care to count. People claim he is cheating he does so good, and I know he isn’t because he plays exactly the same on my system as his own. It reminded me of a line from a book known as Idoru by William Gibson. So one slow day, I whipped up a little theory that came from watching him play and his own explanations of why he fired where he was and why he moved where he did.

Brett was bitching that including the text was too long, so here’s a link to a word document of it:
First interpretation of information nodal point theory

I told you this shit was unexplainable.

I told you this shit was unexplainable.