NO MORE WILL I PRETEND, DON'T NEED THE SERVICES YOU LEND, BECAUSE I'M STRONGER ON MY OWN, I'M STRONGER ON MY OWN
RIGHT NOW I SEE, JUST WHERE I WANT TO BE, AND IT'S BETTER ON MY OWN, I'M STRONGER ON MY OWN
Hey faggot, why don't you ever update your crappy website
Yeah, yeah, shut up. Christmas was boring, New Year was worse, and what else am I going to write about? Global disasters? Whether or not it's legal to declare arrays on the stack whose size is only known at runtime?
Hurt You So.mp3
Imagine, you're sitting there, you look in your email, you find one with an MP3. It turns out to be a record you heard off the radio and ever since have really wanted a proper copy
Okay it's Christmas morning, 1997. Kool FM was on and they're playing a looped tape of old school hardcore from 1992. There's this one record that, well, lets just say I liked it enough to steal the strings off it, several times since.
Then it just turns up in my email seven years later! I couldn't stop laughing. Thanks Elliot.
The film version of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone wasn't as good the book. This is to be expected I guess
Monstrous Regiment was.. kind of depressing, actually
48 hour rhythm
It wasn't planned, I just was asked to be out of bed relatively early one day. I tried to go to sleep early, failed miserably, got up again and decided to stay up. One way or another I was up for 36 hours and then slept for 12. Having slept for 12 I actually felt like I'd slept properly for once.
However after trying to maintain this for a week I cannot report success. It's too hard to stay awake longer than 24 hours, you can't think straight and get anything done. And sleeping for 12 hours was good but it didn't seem so good the second or the third time. So I don't think this is worth pursuing. Oh well.
Why do millions of nerds find made up words funny?
I don't know. I'd ask Douglas Adams but he's dead.
I swear half the appeal of the Hitch Hiker's Guide is just so you can casually drop references to all the stupid shit Adams made up into conversations.
It's like a nerd's badge of honour, and gives the same subtle thrill of superiority over other lesser nerds that being able to casually mention MY GIRLFRIEND gives to nerds on internet forums trying to pretend they're cooler than the next nerd.
Why do millions of nerds like sucking the humour out of everything
Why do people like to overanalyse jokes to the point of killing all the humour in them? What is it about university science students that makes them do this? I've seen it happen over and over, from back in the day when idiots would ruin every thread on .misc, right up to the present day!
It's like at GCSE English where you analyse books over and over again until all their entertainment value has been sapped dry. You'd think having the experience of boring pointless Mickey Mouse subjects like English would teach them not to do this, but oh no!