Thursday, December 25, 2008
It conquered the cold.
I feel like a million bucks, although it made me sleep for twelve hours...
After I took a hit of that I couldn't keep my eyes open to save my life so I gave up, but I feel great today, Fuck you Oranges, Hello Gingah'.
Since I don't have Ginger left at home anymore I can't make a video but here is everybodies Kevin Rose teaching us How-To, enjoy:
Tuesday, December 23, 2008
Moms couldn't speak for 2 days (thank god for that) and dad was bedridden and hasn't gone to work (first time ever) although I tried to dodge it like it was aids alas... here I lay.
If it is possible to die from the cold I am possibly headed down that road.
"Acute viral nasopharyngitis, or acute coryza, usually known as the common cold, is a highly contagious, viral infectious disease of the upper respiratory system, primarily caused by picornaviruses (including rhinoviruses) or coronaviruses.
Common symptoms are sore throat, runny nose, nasal congestion, sneezing and coughing; sometimes accompanied by 'pink eye', muscle aches, fatigue, malaise, headaches, muscle weakness, and loss of appetite. Fever and extreme exhaustion are more usual in influenza. The symptoms of a cold usually resolve after about one week, but can last up to two. Symptoms may be more severe in infants and young children. Although the disease is generally mild and self-limiting, patients with common colds often seek professional medical help, use over-the-counter drugs, and may miss school or work days. The annual cumulative societal cost of the common cold in developed countries is considerable in terms of money spent on remedies, and hours of work lost.
The primary method to prevent infection is hand-washing to minimize person-to-person transmission of the virus. There are no antiviral drugs approved to treat or cure the infection. Most available medications are palliative and treat symptoms only. Megadoses of vitamin C, preparations from echinacea, and zinc gluconate have been studied as treatments for the common cold although none has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration or European Medicines Agency."
Well for a few days anyway.
I have to head to the kitchen, my friend Gustavo S (Who famously INVENTED the phrase F.O.B, Food over Bitches) said that vitamin C is good, which the Wiki article implies, so I'm going to overdose on that now, if I don't make it alive... whoever reads this can have my dreamcast.
Friday, December 19, 2008
Tuesday, December 16, 2008
In the past couple of weeks I've learned quite a lot about space and time and abstract stuff.
Just today I learned about time. It's really a very abstract thing to say the least. Time is a lot more then just the time on your watch or your digital clock.
Time is relative. It's relative to big ass objects in space. The time (as it were) runs at a constant speed here on earth because YOU as an individual who preserves time is standing on earth which is a BAOIS (Big Ass Object In Space). If you would take a trip out in space where you are nowhere near anything with mass time for you would SPEED UP. Time for you would go faster then us people on earth and thus you would grow older faster etc.
Admittedly they did not say how faster it would be, but I can imagine it being very very very tiny, like... you would not notice a difference, BUT there IS a difference and that's fucking A.
So they closer you get to something with larger mass, the more time slows down. They tested this theory out. They shot a radio beam on to the surface of Mercury, and waited for a signal to come back. Since Mercury was at a certain distance away they figured out it would take X amount of time for it to get back to earth. They shot a beam just as it was passing behind the sun. The radio beams wizzed past the sun, bounced of Mercury and came back, but it had taken LONGER then it should have because as the radio beams traveled past the sun which indeed is a BAOIS the time for the radio beam slowed down and IT slowed down. And that is fucking interesting, and that's not even the top and bottom of it, I just scraped the tip of the ice berg.
If you wanna see the BBC documentary you can find it here (it's a torrent).
Science, YOU ROCK.
More long ass boring facts like this that interests me later ^_^
Tuesday, December 9, 2008
There are a lot of songs that are not on the list but should be there but haven't gotten on there probably because I skip the last tiny bit before iTunes can record it as I have listened to it once.
I've come across some really really good tunes lately as well that are really fresh (for me anyways) like Alex Morph - Walk The Edge(Morph Woody van Eyden Remix) HQ. I like thoes heavy'ish techno kind of songs, they bring a lot of emotions with them somehow. Probably because I personally link them to some video I have seen or some Idea for a film or scene or something that is rolling in my head.
Vibe Tribe - Carousel
But also classics such as The Thorns - No Blue Sky, Kings of Convinience - Homesick. Amazing songs!
It's probably one of the greatest songs ever made, lyrically and all. It struck such a strong meaning to me. I don't really want to get into it but I was going through a really rough patch at a point in my life and I found this song hanging around and I found it and listened to it by accident and 2pac just sang everything I felt. So it has a really deep connection with me (wow that didn't sound corny at all). He must have wrote that song to a certain someone, he wanted that person to listen to that song and just ask that person Don't you trust me?
Don't you trust me?
10/10 Mr Shakur
Saturday, December 6, 2008
So I am gonna start showing off some amazing food now and again for your eyes to feast.
Today we start off with what my sis made today (the only good thing with having an older sister).
Chocolate cake with whipped cream! Suck it.
Here is a recipe for A (not the one we used, you think I am mad?) chocolate cake, make it, eat it, love it.