For some reason or another, I’ve learned to think that when there’s a computer in front of me, I will be more entertained than using my own mind for entertainment. I don’t really know how to word this correctly, so I’ll just point out that a lot of the time, the computer is more entertaining than whatever I can come up with to think about. However, at times like this, where I write useless blog posts because I have nothing better to do, I begin to think about things like this, and I realize that thinking might be more entertaining that just fooling around with the computer. But now I’m caught up in this blog post, so I need to finish it.
I enjoy thinking, I’m rather good at it. I can think about all sorts of different things on car rides and other times when I’m just sitting there, and I’ll be perfectly entertained in my own head.
I’m going to go do that now.
Redstone is one of my favorite things in Minecraft, so I set out to build something cool with it.
Here’s the video of it working:
And here’s an overview video: (with snazzy music)
The way that I did this was as follows:
If this doesn’t make sense, oh well, I’m tired. xD
Shelton Brown Blabs: Middle School Life -
Many people think that high school will be where all the bullies are and where kids are the meanest and the most insecure, but this is all wrong. People in middle school are unusually mean to some because of their own insecurities and how they feel about them selves. People are naturally concerned…
I confirm it. May this end all your suspicions. Yep.
Michele Bachmann left speechless by an 8 year old. -
What’s that you say? Michele Bachmann left speechless when eight-year-old boy says to her: ‘My mommy’s gay but she doesn’t need fixing’
One more link for /r/atheism -
Sorry, I can’t help myself. I thought this was funny.
We had elections at school today. (probably a few days ago by the time Tumblr’s queue spits this out) I don’t really know what the outcome will be. I do know it’s a popularity contest. I think about 1/2 to 2/3 of the school voted for someone because he/she is “popular.” In the end, won’t you be happier if you vote for someone who is popular, or even because their you’re friend? You’ll be happier- no, the entire SCHOOL will be happier if someone who is good at the job does it. I’m not saying your friends are unable to do it, I’m just saying there might be someone better. There’s no point in voting for someone because they’re popular, or they’re your friend. You really don’t gain anything, but the school as a whole takes a hit.
Don't give to the Salvation Army. -
There are better charities.
I don’t really know what I want to write about.
Well, I actually know exactly what I really want to write about, but I’m not going to write about that particular subject. If I did write about it, it’d be called “internal conflict”, as that’s been bouncing around in my head lately because my English teacher was talking about it, and fits the situation just fine.
I don’t know. What is there to write about? I could always write about something that randomly pops into my head, but I don’t like writing about things that don’t have meaning to me. There is always something that has meaning to me, but there might be a reason that I might not want to write about it. Return to paragraph 2 (seriously, reread it now and it’ll make more sense).
Now, back to subliminally messaging things to people on Skype without them knowing it.