Sunday, June 29, 2014

Hello There

     I had a very interesting week. Unfortunately, I can't tell you about it because I would prefer to remain anonymous on the internet. But I will tell you this, I went on a trip. This trip was taken at a significant place. It was full of significant things and people. I took many significant pictures, and I was significantly impressed. You could view this trip as somewhat of a vacation. It was nice.

I bought something that was very neat. It was a bullet keychain. Not just the bullet, but the entire round. Powder drained of course. It cost me a pretty penny too. Upon buying it, a manly thought came about in my head: In a combat situation, if my gun was out of ammo, could I use that round in the gun? Of course, I know the answer to this. Which is in fact, no.

But my common sense didn't douse the flame of manly thoughtetude that had entered my head. Just imagine, you're in the middle of a warzone, and you run out of ammo. Your enemy looms over you. You can practically feel his breath on your face. You pull out your bullet keychain that your great-grand-pappy gave you when you turned twelve. You load the round and a burst of thunder utters forth. The enemy falls like a mighty oak. You stand, victorious.

Yeah, that's the kind of situation that enters a guy's head after buying a simple keychain.

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Summer Posting

     I realized that I have not yet explained to you guys (my loyal fans), what my plan for summer posting is. When I started this blog, it was a break of sorts from the pressures of my life. This would primarily include school. Now that summer has started, that takes care of this problem, so you would assume that I would stop posting altogether during the summer. This isn't the case.

If you've followed this blog at all, then you know I'm a writer of sorts. I write anything: essays, short stories, and of course, blog posts. As a writer, there's no secret writing technique that will make your stuff better. Well actually, there is. It's called practice. And this blog gives me practice writing. I'm not the most eloquent writer, so I need all the help I can get.

So, to cut to the chase, I will not stop posting during the summer, but you will see a significant drop in the number of posts. Perhaps maybe one or two posts per week. It may come as a shock to you, but yes, I do have a social life. I'm not a nerd who lives on the computer... I prefer the term geek. ;)

I've already filled your brains with that load of boring stuff about schedules and posts, now it's time to get on with some random funny junk. Can you imagine how terrible it would be to be a T-Rex in modern society? Think of all the things you can't do. You can't type, reach the toilet paper, do push-ups, or give someone a high five. It would just be awful. Maybe we should engineer a drinking fountain for T-Rex's. We've all seen the "short person" drinking fountains that are only a few inches shorter than the "tall person" ones, so why can't we make one for T-Rex's? I'm sure they'd appreciate it very much.

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