Saturday, March 31, 2007

definitions of rape

-forced sexual activity

-domesticated crop plant

-a former administrative division of Sussex...?

Yeah. The British are sick, sick people.

Friday, March 30, 2007

blades of gayness

No, seriously, Blades of Glory was pretty good. Pretty much just another Frat Pack movie; Luke Wilson makes an appearance, of course. Heder felt a bit out of place, and Ferrell's role is very predictable. A plot as thin as my patience during a biology class, but it was pretty funny. Pam from The Office had a role, as did the guy from The Winner. If you're into penis jokes and homophobia, it's a good movie. I wouldn't mind seeing it again with some friends at a party, or something like that.

Other than that, I'm going to do nothing this weekend. Again. Yes.

Thursday, March 29, 2007

things that are stupid, pt. II:

Dashboard Confessional.


Jai Alai.

Overly-masculine people.

Zinedine Zidane.



Bad restaurants.

Flickering flourescent lightbulbs.

Wednesday, March 28, 2007


Damn, bitches. I could have sworn I posted something yesterday. I think it was about dinosaurs. Perhaps I just dreamt that I posted. Regardless, it is the first day that I've missed blogging, so, sorry. I won't do two posts to make up for it, 'cause I'm such a player.

In other news, this one lady was choking, and her dog performed the Heimlich Manoeuvre on her. Or so I heard. Really, I don't care. Do we really need another story about how amazing dogs are? Seriously, people choke everyday, and dogs kick ass everyday. Badda boom.

Monday, March 26, 2007


k so basically there is a thunderstorm going on right now, screwing up my internets. Therefore, I have to hurry to right this entry because my internets could go off at any time. So, here it is, my lame entry for today.

Good night.

Sunday, March 25, 2007

happy sunday

My family had a belated St. Patrick's Day celebration today, and by "celebration" I mean an early dinner with mashed potatoes. Still, it was good food, and my family really is Irish. Except for my sister and I. Damn adoption!

Fun fact: Spotted Hyenas have pseudo-penises.

Not-so-fun fact: TMNT debuted at #1 this weekend. Why would you pay money to see it? Why?

Saturday, March 24, 2007


So basically, from 9 PM last night to 7 AM this morning, half the school participated in the lock-in, where we were all... locked-in, and did "fun activities." Needless to say I was bored in the first hour. Still, it had its moments, though I'm not sure if I'd do it again. The main problem is that my sleeping pattern is now fuct up for the weekend, but this is nothing new, I suppose.

I'm almost falling asleep typing this, but I have a haircut appointment, so the eyes should stay open for a little longer.

Friday, March 23, 2007


Took away the anime picture of me. Most of you know what I look like, so the picture really didn't add much to the blog. I also added a new feature-- the Urban Word of the Day, courtesy of It's good to keep up with today's slang. Aren't we all hipsters?

Lock-in tonight @ school. I'll be a zombie tomorrow.

Thursday, March 22, 2007


Interesting. This article illustrates the different morals those have if they have brain damage.

Basically, certain people with some sort of brain-related problem can choose much easier to answer certain moral questions than those with "normal" brains. The example used in the article is the classic one of the ability to choose one child to save and let the other die, or let both die. You may have an answer immediately, but for many people and for obvious reasons, this is a difficult question to answer. Those with the brain thing, however, would have no problem answering-- they would choose one child to live, and let the other die.

The harming of other human beings is sometimes thought of as unforgivable, but it happens all the time-- war and hate fuel us. Plus, those with the brain damage are very much human, and should not be ignored. Perhaps we can learn from their morals, or maybe, we're just all insane.

Wednesday, March 21, 2007

stuff, i do say

Band concert was all right. West Side Story was pretty good, I guess. Then again, the ones who play in the concert are normally the most critical of themselves. Still, I thought it wasn't anything special. Ah well, perhaps next time? Psh, yeah.

PS3 is launching in Europe. And I don't care, really. Wii > PS3. I'd say the 360 is tied with the Wii, but no matter-- to me, it's just not worth it to fork over the dollars, or in this case, Euro. >__>

Also, new McCartney album this summer.

Monday, March 19, 2007

things that are stupid:

Television commercials for the US army, navy, marines, etc.

Slugs and worms.

Over-quoted movies.


Stupid stuff.

Jimmy Neutron.

Obnoxious people who are also fat.

Vivian Vande Velde.

Gays, blacks, Jews, and women. (just kiddin')

Sunday, March 18, 2007


Yeah, so I almost forgot an entry for today. It probably would have been better if I did, because now you're reading this half-assed post of nothing.

See this paragraph break? That's where I sat here for five minutes thinking of what to write. And nothing came. Yes, that's what she said.

So, uh. Until Monday.

Sorry. :/

Saturday, March 17, 2007


Just saw 300. It was good. Not great, but good. I expected it to be more gory, actually. It also felt fragmented, with pieces all over the place that didn't really fit together. Still, it was enjoyable and entertaining, like any movie of 300's kind.

Xerxes' tent was full of lesbo action, which was also cool... if you like mutant lesbians...

That's it for today.

Friday, March 16, 2007


This evening, I watched Ocean's Twelve. It's my third time seeing it. I now have all of the loose ends tied up, but I'm still not all that satisfied. Honestly, it felt like the whole movie was being pushed and that the director, Steven Soderbergh, was simply trying too hard. After all, how could you follow up after the perfectly slick Ocean's Eleven?

Still, if you're willing to step out of your life for two hours with a pretty large suspension of disbelief, it's enjoyable. I have a feeling Ocean's Thirteen will be even less quality, probably because Al Pacino just doesn't seem to click in an Ocean movie. Hopefully I'm wrong.

On another less intesting, it's Friday night, and I have nothing to do... once again.


Thursday, March 15, 2007


Sorry for yesterday's not-so-cryptic conglomeration of Beatles quotes. I was feeling... Beatles-quote-y.

So, uh, today's entry.

Everything in my life is getting old. Old, old, old. And I am getting old along with it! Something's gotta change soon, or I will. 'Cause honestly, it's not just boredom, it's insanity. If I remain this way, I'll... become more Luke and less Luke. Y'know what I mean? No?

I don't know, really! Just leave me alone to fade away like the Backstreet Boys.

Wednesday, March 14, 2007


We are all together. Oh please, say to me that everybody's laughing. I do appreciate that life goes on within your mind. Let me take you on a boat below the storm. While wondering how you manage innocence, the sun and the sky are up. Make your mother a revolution, oh boy.

Woke up, got out of bed, and let her under my skin. Sat back and let the evening go; all I need is rain... I don't mind. She said that I want to tell you. When I call for no one, where did you go?

I'm only sleeping.

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

bio sub

Fact: Mr. Harvey is my hero.

We had a substitute teacher in biology today, and it was he. He was previously a sub in French, but he just seemed like a wacko. Today, though, he talked about living in Alaska, a friend getting mauled by a bear, and marrying a girl in New York.

Sounds like a lot of... uninteresting stuff, but you have to remember that my biology class consists of the sophomore class, which is full of... funny-ish people. As in people you laugh at, not with.

So yeah. You should have been there.

Monday, March 12, 2007


I get to answer questions from eighth graders tonight about high school. What a wonderful and enjoyable experience!

Yeah, except not. I really don't wanna do it, but I kinda have to, because my parents want me to and I was asked, so, uh, yeah...

Eighth graders are cool, though. I shouldn't be condescending, but it happens. Eighth grade teachers were da bomb, but I wanted to get the hell out of middle school. Yes, lolz, middle school, what a joke.

Still. Class of 2010 > Class of 2011.

And yes, I'm aware that you probably don't care. Unless you're in the class of 2010.

Sunday, March 11, 2007


I had something really cool to write about today. Honestly. But, I forgot what it was. I know, I know, sorry.

I'll tell you one thing, though-- I am sick of winter. Done with it. It is time for SPRING and its LEAVES and WARMTH and whatnot. Setting the clocks forward today was almost painful. Yes, it is my fault for not getting enough sleep during the week, but I do not enjoy that hour taken away from my life.

Then again, my life is dull, so an hour gone is about as important as... the Bible.

Yes, I made a Christian joke. Ha-ha.

Saturday, March 10, 2007


So, I went over to Nick's today and watched Borat. I'd forgotten just how funny it was since I last saw it in theaters. Baron Cohen is a genius; his character of Bruno is amazing too. It's pretty sad at some of the stuff he got people to say. Only problem with Borat is that it will be over-quoted and watched by idiots who think that a guy with an accent is hilarious.

Plus, there were naked, fat men. Which still scar[e] me.

Friday, March 9, 2007

last words

So, I was bored the other day. And you know what happens when Luke gets bored.

...He looks at Wikipedia.

Wikiquote, to be more specific. These are some pretty sweet last words from people on their death beds.
  • I'm bored with it all.
  • Thank God. I'm tired of being the funniest person in the room.
    • Who: Del Close, improvisor, teacher and comedian, died 1999.

  • Where is my clock?
  • Hurrah for anarchy! This is the happiest moment of my life
    • Who: George Engels, anarchist, union activist
    • Shouted before his execution at the gallows.

  • I'd hate to die twice. It's so boring.
  • Hey, fellas! How about this for a headline for tomorrow's paper? 'French Fries'!
    • Who: James French.
    • Notes: French, a convicted murderer, was sentenced to the electric chair. He shouted these words to members of the press who were to witness his execution.

  • Kiss my ass.
    • Who: John Wayne Gacy
    • Note: Those were Gacy's last words before being executed by lethal injection.

  • LSD, 100 micrograms I.M.
    • Who: Aldous Huxley To his wife. She obliged and he was injected twice before his death.

  • The bastards got me, but they won't get everybody.
So yeah. That's it.

Thursday, March 8, 2007

face transformer

So, I was browsing through my favorites, and I dug up something that I had forgotten about. It's a site that can transform a picture of your face into different races and skin colors. The stuff done to my face was pretty sweet. The cool thing is that detail is taken into account, not just in skin tone, but in eyes, nose, lips, narrowness of face, etc.

To transform your face, go here. Try choosing a relatively "normal" picture of yourself; it works better. I'll post the manga version of myself as my user picture. Check it out.

Wednesday, March 7, 2007


New PbF. It's called "Mario Too." Some of Gurewitch's more disturbing art, but still good.

Also: track started today. No room to run, anywhere. Still, it was good. When the weather turns nice, it will be awesome, because running outside is koo'.

That's all for today. I'm tired.

Tuesday, March 6, 2007

snow day... again

I'm not happy about this. Not happy at all.

We've used up all of our snow days! Thanks to this one, we're gonna have to subtract a day that we were going to have off.

Not to mention that my parents didn't have the courtesy to tell me that it was a snow day. I wake up at 6:30 this morning, get dressed, eat breakfast, feed my pets, and get my shoes and jacket on. It's not unusual for me to be the only one up at around 7:00; my dad will usually come down the stairs then all dressed and whatnot. Today, he didn't. I go up to my parents room and discover that, lo and behold, we don't have any school.

Yeah. Crap. I kick off my shoes and roll into bed, but I can't fall asleep. When I finally do, I have a nightmare about a tyrant trying to kill me. Great.

Thanks, God. URULE.

Monday, March 5, 2007


I almost died on the way home today. Kinda. Pretty much, the alleged "white-out conditions" were for real. It was like driving through a cloud or Santa Claus's beard-- you couldn't see a damn thing. I made it home safely, though, so I could write this post, just for you.

Speaking of snow-- bad news! Two snowflakes can be exactly alike, as reported by the American Meteorological Society. Old news to you folks who already know, but for those who don't... there goes your innocence.

Snow is lame anyway.

Sunday, March 4, 2007


I should probably begin starting my homework on Saturdays, because doing it all on Sunday is getting really old. Of course, on Friday, I'll tell myself that I'll start my homework on Saturday, but it will never really happen. Whatever, I'm done with it now anyway.

Also: Happy Weekiversary of this blog! It hasn't died yet. If you've been reading it for all seven days... you're amazing. If not, scroll down to see what you've missed, lolz.


Saturday, March 3, 2007

cooties and big fish

Forgot to post the week's Perry Bible Fellowship. Brings back old memories... kinda.

In other news - yesterday, I was reading about freshwater fish. There are some pretty freakingly huge ones out there. What if you were fishing, hoping for a trout or a bass, and you got some 2,700 kg fish on the line? Or even worse, you were swimming in the lake, and one of these bitches just comes up next to you? Scary.

Mekong giant catfish: Can grow up to 3 meters and 300 kg, as seen here. Sure, they're native to Southeast Asia, but next time you're in Laos... watch out. Yikes.

European sturgeon: 9 meter, 2,700 kg sturgeon have been recorded before. Strangely enough, these things can live up to 150 years. They're actually a common proposed explanation of certain "lake monsters" like Nessie.

Big Fish was a pretty good movie, too. Everyone loves Ewan McGregor!

Friday, March 2, 2007


Weekends are winners. Really, getting out of school on a Friday is like no other feeling, perhaps with the exception of a good back massage. It's the joy that one won't have to be in school for two whole days! Sure, one has to return home to the parents that drive them crazy (if you're in college, gtfo). Still, those two whole days aren't long enough and before one knows it, they're back in 1st period listening to the teacher drone on.

But a lot can happen in two days. I hope yours will be as enjoyable as mine.

And if mine is not very enjoyable, I wish you better luck.

Thursday, March 1, 2007


So, I was going to post the world's longest palindrome, but I decided that it was too long. Still, here are some pretty cool ones:

A dog! A panic in a pagoda!

I was sad--- no Hondas saw I.

Kayak salad, Alaska yak.

Look, sire, paper is kool!

No garden, one dragon.

On a clover, if alive, erupts a vast, pure evil--- a fire volcano!