Monthly Archives: November 2011

Grinds my Gears: Campus parking

You know what really grinds my gears?
The Parking here at Mines.

First of all, it seems the entire goal of parking services is to pit students against each other. They avoid condemnation by sending one of our own to do their dirty bidding. In their parking services lair, they slowly turn the innocent work study students into parking death eaters, in an attempt to gain more money.

Online piracy act New-speak

Stop Online Piracy Act was write by Comrade Lamar Smith and American Inner Party, thought by some as Congress, is talk about making it Truth. Law is Truth. Crimethinkers and crimespeakers have lived in Internet for big time, and now the Party tries to disappear them. Net places Google, Facebook, Youtube, Wikipedia, others now need watch crimespeak on sites and disappear it. Crimethinkers will be sent to Ministry of Love if they still write crimespeak on Net. American Net policy will be made same with our comrades in China and Iran. Is plus good that crimethinkers must obey Party and its Truth. Law is Truth. Party is Law.


The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim review

As my body sailed across the room from the one-hit kill, I reflected on how much time I had spent on this one boss and how much time I had spent on this game already. Make no mistake, Skyrim is a time sink like no other, but you will be too busy trying to kill dragons to care.

Skryim, the successor to Oblivion, and Morrowind before it, is a real-time RPG. Your left and right mouse buttons are bound to your (opposing) hands and you swing, draw your bow, block, cast a spell, etc. by clicking for the hand you wish to do an action with. This means battles become much more dynamic, as you attack, defend, and dodge based on the positioning of you and your enemy in the game world.

Scientific discoveries this week: 11-14-11

Santa Cruz, California – Astronomers have discovered what they believe is further proof of the big bang theory. The astronomers, from the University of Santa Cruz in Santa Cruz, California, have discovered a cloud of hydrogen and deuterium out in space, which they say is what would have existed in the early days after the big bang. As a result of the Big Bang, large clouds of hydrogen would have circulated, which in turn would develop into other elements and eventually metals. This hydrogen cloud is composed of “virgin” hydrogen, meaning it never produced any star material. If this cloud had produced star material, the astronomers would have seen oxygen and carbon instead, heavier elements produced through nuclear fusion.

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