Friday, May 16, 2014

Google Translate Telephone.

1. I like chicken, I like liver, Meow Mix, Meow Mix, please deliver.
I love her chicken, I like liver, meow mix, meow mix is, please provide.

2. Communism is the new black.
It is the new black.

3. Murder is best at dinner parties in old English mansions.
Murder is the perfect home for dinner in Old English.

4.Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious is an adjective for the more superfluous.
Magac of WAA incredible detail micno for.

5. NST is the way to go, call 683-7000.
Nst the way to go, call 683-7000.

6. Take Beano before, and there will be no gas.
Taken before the party and it's not gas.

Friday, March 7, 2014

Prologue Postponement

The prologue to my novel, Sierra Oscar Sierra, will be postponed. I am unable to get past my writer's block. Sorry. Also, my novel's title is still in development. Feel free to suggest titles or approve others!


     The interrobang is the greatest of punctuation marks, the noble union of a question mark (also known as an interrogative mark) and an exclamation mark (known affectionately in printer's jargon as a "bang"). This beautiful composition of punctuation is destined to rule the grammar world. However, many ignoramuses refuse to acknowledge the greatest of grammar tools due to the fact that haven't used it. However, they have been in plenty of situations when an interrobang would be important, such as a rhetorical question, or when one uses "?!."

     To quote The Human League, the interrobang would like to say, "Don't, don't you want me? You know I don't believe you when you say you don't need me." After all, the interrobang is very useful and and beautiful!

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Guest Authors and MOBA?

I'm thinking about a guest authors series.Or uploading LoL games with friends (Currently 3 I know play it: Andrew W, Murad L, and Stephanie W.). Most likely the former, and possibly in addition the latter, yet not only the latter. My ideas for a guest author: GM, RF, the protagonist from my novel, Deidre Rhodes, or Sierra, a main character. So, in conclusion, my novel is being worked on (finally), I might have a series with guests (fictional or not) on a MOBa or a post, and ENJOY THIS MUSIC!


Parícutin is a Mexican cinder cone volcano that was the first to be observed by human beings during its short lifespan outside of a village of the same name now buried beneath igneous rock. Three weeks before it first appeared, rumbles resembling thunder were heard throughout the village, which were actually deep earthquakes. It appeared on February 20, 1943 as fissure in a cornfield. In a week it was five stories tall, in a month it was able to be seen from afar. When it finished erupting in 1952, it had killed three people by lightning, reached 1,391 feet above the landscape, and two villages lay covered beneath lava and ash. Since most cinder cones are monogenetic, any more eruptions will most likely be in a new location.

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Church in San Juan Parangaricutiro, one of the two villages destroyed.              Dormant, barren Parícutin in 1994.

Monday, February 10, 2014

Multiple Intellengences

For Computer Technology, today we took a quiz on our multiple intellengences. Here's my results:

So I'm linguistic, logical, visual, and intrapersonal, and yet also interpersonal. Makes sense. After all, I learned how to tie my shoes my reading! (Seriously though, I did.) You should try the quiz and post your results in the comments!