Friday, May 18, 2007

Highlander: Search for Vengeance

Here's a trailer for the new anime based off the Highlander series (SWEET!!!!!) called "Highlander: Search for Vengeance."

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Random Crap Vol. 1

Hello, this is my latest blog category called "Random Crap."
This is where I just post random crap about things.

This time, I would like to thank all of the foreign visitors I have gotten so far.
The foreign countries include:
United Kingdom
and, last, but not least, Saudi Arabia

Thanks to all of these foreign visitors, who mainly clicked on the "random blog" link up above, and those three or four people who googled something to get to this!!!!

I also have almost 200 views on .hack//TOMORROW on YouTube, and They Might Be Final, Here Comes The Fantasy! has almost 7,000 aggregate views on YouTube (5,100 with the higher res, and 1,600 with the lower res)!!!!!!


I also want to remind you all to sign the Monster Rancher Petition!!!!

Tuesday, May 8, 2007

TV Turn Off Week, Days 5-7

Well, it's taken longer to respond than I thought, but at least I'm posting it!!!:

Friday, April 27th, Day 5:
I slept and, before that, I skipped half of school to get a physical.
I also started to memorize hiragana, and I am actually getting pretty good at reading Japanese now, but I don't really know what's being said...

Saturday, April 28th, Day 6:
I slept, read, cleaned, and worked.
I was getting pretty bored, because I was tired of reading, and I had slept so much, I wasn't tired enough to even take a nap before eleven...
The post-prom started at 12:30, but I'm just going to talk about it now.
It was pretty fun, but I couldn't play any video games *tear*.
I won a new camera! It's a lot better than my old crappy one!
I memorized some more hiragana, and I was able to write "Domo arigato, Mr. Roboto," but I didn't put the katakina, or whatever that one is, for Roboto, because I'll get to that later.

Sunday, April 29th, Day 7:
This was the second hardest day, because I had less than 24 hours until I could watch TV again.
I went to sleep at 4:30, and woke up at 11:20, because I had to go to Morris to go eat with my family and visit with my brother, who's in college.
I also learned some more hiragana, and slept.

Well, that's it!

I found out that I didn't need to go on the web, play games, or watch as much TV as I used to, because I can do so much more with my time if I didn't do as much of these.

Armored Core 4 Poem

Here's my poem for Armored Core 4:

Armored Core
Is now on four

Every day I wait
Because it's so great

I need to get some cash
So I have a mech to bash

I loved the demo
Something that rhymes with demo

I had a good fight
So I can say good night

Sunday, May 6, 2007

.hack//TOMORROW now on MetaCafe!!!

.hack//TOMORROW is now up on MetaCafe!!!

.hack//TOMORROW - Funny bloopers R us

It's currently being reviewed by the members of MetaCafe to make sure it isn't offensive, but I think everyone should be able to watch it.

Here's my old video, They Might Be Final, Here Comes The Fantasy!:

They Might Be Final, Here Comes The Fantasy! - Funny bloopers are a click away

Friday, May 4, 2007

I'm in the TGC Blog AGAIN!! AND I'm in the MAIN Headline!!!

Here's thatgamecompany's blog: Mwahahaha HAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!

It's about when I brought flOw to Anime Detour, but they said it was last week, and it was actually over a month ago...

flOw is a downloadable PS3 game that's available NOW!!!!

(I'm Amish Gramish, if any of you haven't noticed...)

Thursday, May 3, 2007

Monster Rancher DVD Petition has EIGHT signatures!!!!

The Monster Rancher on DVD petition has Eight signatures now!!!!

I haven't done anything with it for a couple weeks now, and it seems I should start again!!!

I'm going to post links on a bunch more Monster Rancher related AMVs and clips, and I might even make a video advertising it!

As always, the link for the petition is here: Monster Rancher on DVD Petition.

For all of you who don't know what the petition is about, it is for bringing Monster Rancher on DVD in the United States and Canada, because all we have is the first 9 and first 12 episodes on DVD, and it's very hard to find them, even on eBay, and the first season was released on VHS, but it's probably even harder to find those.

TV Turn Off Week, days 2-4

Sorry about not posting about TV Turn Off Week for a while, for my 0 readers, but I've been busy with internet stuff and friend stuff.

Okay, I'll get back to my story:

Tuesday, April 24th, 2007, day 2:

I started reading more of Ledges and I hung out with friends for almost the whole day (not counting school) and went trash picking!!! (It was trash pickin' week, the week that's after Spring Clean-up Week)

I got a bunch of stuff, including a chair that can easily be fixed, a desk (which my dad ended running over with a vehicle of some sort, and a bunch of really freaking old books.

Wednesday, April 25th, 2007, day 3:

I slept until Youth Group, which starts at seven, and we played some weird Frisbee(r)/football game until 8:20. Then Berg, Im, and I all went to Dairy Queen and ate some ice cream! (Strawberry Waffle Bowl for me!)

All I did that night was just read some magazines and more of Ledges.

But I did realize something that day: I realized that I rely way, way too much on TV, the radio, video games, and my computer. I could do a lot more things (involving learning Japanese, which I haven't done anything with since Sunday) if I didn't watch as much TV, play as many games, etc.
I knew this even more so, because I read 100 pages of Ledges in the past three days, which it took me one month to read the first 100!

Thursday, April 26th, 2007, day 4:

I went home, slept, ate, cleaned, and read the last 70 pages of Ledges and some articles in some magazines.

Yeah, that's all that happened on Thursday.

I should (hopefully) have more info up tomorrow!

Wednesday, May 2, 2007

I'm in the thatgamecompany blog!!!!

I'm in the thatgamecompany blog!
I'm in their blog about Folding@home, which is talking about the team's score.
Amish is kicking everyone's ass in finding the cure for cancer, Cloud668 trails behind with a measly 3407, and Jenova is pathetically in third place even though he has a PS3 SITTING AT HIS DESK.
I like that first line!

I have only 30 Work Units completed with the thatgamecompany team, but I have 46 total work units!!!!

Folding@home is on the PS3 (which is what I run it on) and the PC.
It was developed by Stanford University, which is where all the protein folding information is sent.

Remember to Fold@home!