Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Not Here

No, I am not always here.
So don't always think that I'm here.
Why I'm scheduling random posts for this week I'll never know...

Monday, October 12, 2009

Yay! Great

I love it when the next day is a school B-day (we have an A-DAY/B-DAY schedule here at moeller).
Usually I can play games and have more free time when I get home!
And to you all, my gamertag is a88SUPAKILLA and my twitter is Algamer.
This rocks.


Beware his randomness.

Sunday, October 11, 2009


Thinking of selling my 8.9" screen Acer Aspire One on ebay so I can upgrade to a newer 10.1" one. that would be nice.

Fall Ball

Well, it didn't turn out AMAZING but it still was pretty fun. The Moeller Fall Ball was a blast although it left me quite tired. Evan brought his "ladyfriend" and I brought my BFF. She and I were going to eat at Red Robins and we had to wait for 15 minutes which was a pain in the arse. Afterwards, however, my mom picked us up (yes I'm a loser cuz I can't drive) and we went to the Fall Ball. There were many friends there as well as another BFF whose girlfriend broke up with him which must've sucked. A lot of my great Moeller friends showed up and I ran around talking to every one of them. It seems that everyone was having a great time except Wick H, since some [retarded] freshman put gum in his hair when he was dancing. I feel that frosh got what was coming to him, however. Anyway, it was an AWESOME event and who knows? MAYBE NEXT TIME I'll remember my camera.
A lot of my friends were cute with thier GFs dancing around together. Life rocks.

I'm Bored

I'm sure many of you readers can tell that at the moment.
I really don't update this as much as I should.

Too many

A lot of newcomers to Linux may be confuzzled as to why there are soo many choices for Linux Distrobutions- also called "Flavours"- out there. Well the answer is quite simple. There are just too many communites with differing opinions on what a Distro of Linux should have on it.
Take Ubuntu 9.04 for example. This community- along with Canonical- agrees that the interface should be simple, easy to use for Linux newcomers and clean of too many desktop icons. I agree with that opinion, therefore I use it.
However, since many newbies also use Ubuntu- it has become a "general" distro for gaming, working and many other activities.
Usually I make short little blog posts and this is no exception. If you want to find out more about what kinds of linux distros are out there, click the post title.


I don't like .bin files.
never have. Why people like Google, Sun or Oracle make them, I'll never know.They don't automatically open or install. No. You have to build them yourself. PITA of the day