Monday, May 31, 2010

The Worst Things In Life

What are the worst things in life?

"Dad why are there good things and bad things?" The father looked at his song and took a breath. "Life is like a rainbow, you have to go through the rain to get the rainbow, Without the bad things, there can't be good things."

What are the worst things in life? Well, I think:
-A family member or loved one dying
-a broken heart
-when you find out your husband/wife has had an affair

What do you think are the worst things in life?

What about the best things in life?
-Good Health
-Family and Friends
And of course: The Internet! (Just Kidding!)

What do you think?

Saturday, May 29, 2010


"We base our Self value on certain things and feel like we're no good when we don't those things."

Sometimes we base our Self-Value on certain things. Friends and Family sometimes can convince us what is "Important" and the better we are if we are or/and have that thing.
Some people place their self-value on how much money they have. Or if they have a lot of "Toys" (Cars, Tvs, Computers etc.) Sometimes someone will think they are better if they have more of the oppisite sex chasing after them. Some people think they are more important and better if they have certain things. If a friend bases their self value on certain things, you might too.

But, just think about it for a second.... Why is this important?

And we think if we don't have these things, we aren't good enough...
But, if we shouldn't base our self-value on these things and what we're worth on those things? What should we base it on?

Well, I think you should just try to do your best and life. And live it to the fullest, you shouldn't have to judge yourself if you don't have certain things, So your self value should really just be accepting yourself and for who YOU are. Not what YOU have.

Friday, May 28, 2010

Eenie Meenie

Here is a song taking the charts by storm! The Famous Justin Bieber and Sean Kingston combine to make the hit known as Eenie Meenie!

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Internet Security At Schools

The Teachers and principals act confident of their internet security, so confident they don't bother to check it. Well there is 500 students, who wants to sit at a desk all day and check all the website history. Besides: All the Bad Sites are blocked! You tube, Face book, You know it! Meanwhile we have students in Room 203 gathered around the small monitor watching a funny youtube video. Think again Teachers, your security may be easily bypassed. Kids these days know how to get around it!
The Worst One:
Net Proxy,
Lots of school networks have this "Security," this is the easiest to get passed. The Kids just have to type in a few words in google and BAM!
For some networks that block Youtube: Most students go to google type the name of the video and click "Videos." Which allows them to view the video without actually going to youtube.
Since certain URLS are blocked:
For Example; A Student might type in or so on and so on.

So you may want to rethink your security blocks...

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Touching On My

New Song by 3Oh!3. This song has already risen onto the Charts!

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Why Blondes Have More Fun? Why Not Brunettes?

First lets go over the genes:
There is something called Dominant genes, that beat the recessive gene.

So: When a baby is born, genes from the parents come,
Say both of the parents give Recessive Genes, than the child will get that trait, but if one parent gives the child Recessive Gene, while the other gives a Dominant, the child will get the Dominant Trait,
In this case:
Dominant is Brown Hair, while Recessive is Blond hair. So, the point is there is less blonds and more brunettes.

So why does the media tell us Blonds have more fun?
Well, in movies, the blond girl is always the one that gets what she wants, is rich, has all the guys and so on.
So, this is telling women that "You will have a better life if you are Blond" So, since there is less Blonds, the Darker haired Women are more likely to get their hair dyed blond so they get this "Life."
See the point of the Blonds have more fun thing? The Point is hair dye=Money.
Because its also harder and more expensive to dye your hair blond, than it is to dye it darker. But if the media was really smart they would make it:
Reds have more fun! Since Red hair is even rarer.

To Let you know, the whole Blonds have more fun thing is a lie. Come on? How can the color of your hair determine how much fun you have?

For a list of Recessive and Dominant Genes:

Saturday, May 22, 2010

London 2012 Mascots: Really Worth The Money?

Above is a picture of London's 2012 Olympic mascots, The One-Eyed Creatures, have already had commentary by many people.
Some say they have an odd shape, and the video of them chasing after children doesn't help with their image,
It took 40 people and 70 million pounds to make these mascots, It also looks like it was made by second graders, Which It was, kind of. The makers took drawings from second graders and put them together,
"the mascots have one eye (it's a camera lens to see the world) and yellow lights on tops of their heads (an homage to London taxicabs)," Yahoo
They have no race, gender, or feet, Its supposed to be some kind of "Aimed at everyone!" thing, not that everyone can relate to a One-Eyed Creature, that has a camera lens for eyes, likes chasing after children, and one has a weird blue patch....

On some articles, some people were commenting on the "Blue Patch" the monster has. And others were saying "Oh ya! We are so going to buy our kids some clothes with these monsters on them!"
In My opinion, these mascots were a waste of money. Look at the 70 million pounds that they are throwing out!

My Security Engine

My Security Engine is a nasty bugger.
Its a "Anti-Virus" program that puts fake viruses on your computer. I had the unlucky encounter of this nasty virus.
You can't delete it, When you delete the shortcut it pops back up again, along with "WARNINGS!" Along with putting the fake viruses on, it also shuts down your other anti-virus programs, and when you try to remove its fake viruses, it puts more on. If this keeps going, the virus files will jam up your hard drive causing all your other info to be deleted.

Its also Fraud: It wants you to pay $50 to remove these fake viruses, it has put on itself.

But never fear! There is a way to delete this nasty Virus!
The program is called Malewarebytes, When I had this virus, this program cleared it all up!
So, you may want to download Mal ware Bytes if you have security Engine, or to prevent it! (Click on Free Download)

My Security Engine: The Anti-Virus Program that puts Viruses On Your Computer!~

Friday, May 21, 2010

Google: TV

If You want more tech.
A great blog is
What do you think of google tv?

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Kenya: In Photos

Kenya is located in the continent of Africa, The Coastline is dipping into the Indian Ocean. It shares a border with Uganda, United Republic of Tanzania, Somalia, Sudan and Ethiopia. Kenya is location on the Equator, guaranteeing warm, dry weather.
Let us explore Kenya, In Pictures, because as they say "A Picture is worth a 1000 words!"
A breeze blows, throwing fistfuls of snow across Mount Kenya which is cutting into the perfect blue sky. There is not much snow in Kenya, so the Mountain provides a rare sight.
Mount Kenya's snow covered peaks are visible from a dry Savannah, A tree provides a gray blanket of shade.
A Giraffe stands by some lush plants. Stretching its elegant neck to sneak a peak at some visitors. A white sand beach with Palm Trees shows the edge of beauty of Kenya.
An Elephant Proudly stomps in the dust. Mount Kenya is slightly visible in the background.
A herd of elephants, strolls through the lush grass. Little babies grip their parents tails. A leopard sits neatly in the Kenya sun, soaking up the hot sun.
The Summits of Mount Kenya are surrounded by a white mist.The Sun starts to set as zebras graze.
The red sunset announces the end of the typical day of Kenya.

Monday, May 17, 2010


If you read THE SIGHT by David Clement Davies and enjoyed it, than you will like the sequel, Fell. Fell is about Fell, Larka's Brother. It tells of the Times after Larka's Death.
When Fell, A Lone Wolf gets a vision of Child, he feels the need to find and Guide the Child.
So If You have the time, pick it up, but make sure you've read the first book THE SIGHT first!

Sunday, May 16, 2010

History's Greatest UnSolved Crimes

History's Greatest Unsolved Crimes

History’s greatest unsolved crimes

From Jack the Ripper to Jimmy Hoffa, here are
10 of the most notorious cases yet to be cracked

By Ian Hodder

Nothing haunts the mind and stirs the imagination like a real-life whodunit. Gory details, large sums of money or sexual overtones pique the public's interest, while authorities struggle, sometimes for decades, to crack the case. Who killed the beauty queen? Where is the body buried? How did the heist unfold? Such questions might never be answered, but here's a mystery resolved below: What are history's 10 greatest unsolved crimes?

Everyone knows who murdered five (maybe more) prostitutes during 1888 in London's Whitechapel district: Jack the Ripper. The mystery is his real identity. In 2002, crime novelist Patricia Cornwell concluded a $4 million investigation by fingering painter Walter Sickert. Other suspects include Queen Victoria's grandson Prince Albert Victor, royal physician Sir William Gull, and even "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" author Lewis Carroll, who most Ripperologists conclude was a weird guy, but probably not a killer.

Black Dahlia
The 1947 slaying of 22-year-old aspiring starlet Elizabeth Short, dubbed the Black Dahlia for her dark hair and wardrobe, unfolded like a film noir. In an empty Los Angeles lot, Short's body was found mutilated, sliced in two and drained of blood, all with surgical precision. The LAPD dismissed many suspects, including a handful who confessed, and never cracked the case. Several books have claimed to name the murderer, including 2003's "Black Dahlia Avenger," in which author Steve Hodel convicts his own father, a former L.A. doctor.

Marilyn Sheppard
Cleveland neurosurgeon Dr. Sam Sheppard
was charged with the July 1954 murder of his 31-year-old pregnant
wife, Marilyn, while their 7-year-old son slept in the next room.
Sheppard maintained his innocence and implicated a
dark-haired intruder — the "one-armed man" of "The Fugitive" TV series and
movie this case inspired.
Nonetheless, Sheppard was found guilty. He appealed, and eventually
the U.S. Supreme Court overturned his conviction on the grounds that
excessive publicity unfairly influenced his trial. He was acquitted at a retrial.
Until his death in 1970, Sheppard sought to find his wife's killer, a mission his family
continues to this day.

The Zodiac Killings
Creepiness incarnate, the Bay Area's Zodiac Killer shot

to death two teens in December 1968 who had parked on a rural

road to make out. Six months later, he fired at another couple.

Although one victim survived that attack, his witness account failed

to yield a suspect, and the Zodiac would kill seven people before ending his

spree in October 1969. (He might also have slain others in years

before and after his attributed crimes.) But he would taunt

police for a decade with coded, clue-laden letters to San Francisco newspapers.

His final note arrived in 1978, although there’s debate over its authenticity.

Some investigators believe the Zodiac Killer might still live in California.

D.B. Cooper
On Thanksgiving Eve, 1971, D.B. Cooper, the passenger in seat

18E on Northwest Orient Airlines Flight 305 from Portland, Ore.,

to Seattle, threatened to blow up the plane unless he received $200,000 cash.

Cooper collected his ransom at Seattle's airport, and demanded the

pilot fly back toward Oregon. Just north of Portland, Cooper opened

the rear door and parachuted into the dark from the airborne 727

with 21 pounds of $20 bills strapped to his torso. Neither he nor

the money (except for $5,880, found years later along the

Columbia River) was ever seen again. The case remains the FBI's only

unsolved airplane hijacking.

Jimmy Hoffa
Deposed Teamsters president Jimmy Hoffa vanished

in July 1975 from a Detroit restaurant. Guessing the

whereabouts of his corpse (Hoffa was declared dead in 1982) has since

been a national pastime. Under Giants Stadium, down a Pennsylvania

mineshaft or buried in Northern Michigan are popular options.

Thanks to his strong-arm tactics, Hoffa had many enemies,

including government officials, labor leaders and mobsters,

who presumably rubbed him out. The 2004 book

"I Heard You Paint Houses" claimed that the late hit man

Frank Sheeran shot Hoffa outside Detroit, and left the body there.

Ciudad Juaréz
This past July in Juaréz, Mexico, authorities found

the body of Alma Brisa Molina Baca, a 34-year-old

factory worker who had been raped and strangled.

She was the latest victim in a decade-long pattern

of killings that has claimed, by some estimates, 370 women —

most of them poor workers at nearby maquiladoras,

most of their bodies dumped in the desert.

That staggering statistic, plus outrage with

what human-rights advocates call half-hearted

law enforcement, has sparked Amnesty International and other

worldwide groups to urge authorities to find the killers.

Gardner Museum
Art historians have been cringing since St. Patrick's Day,

1990, when two men stole 13 paintings worth an estimated

$300 million from Boston's Gardner Museum. Cringing because

the artworks were hacked from their frames. Cringing because

the museum was uninsured. Cringing because the unarmed

thieves, dressed as policemen, simply knocked on the door late at night,

and security guards let them in. Cringing because a $5 million reward

and an investigation that has touched upon the Massachusetts

mob and even the Irish Republican Army has failed to crack the

world's biggest art heist.

Tupac Shakur, Biggie Smalls
A drive-by shooter killed 25-year-old rapper

Tupac Shakur in September 1996, in Las Vegas.

Six months later, March 1997, rival Biggie Smalls,

24, was gunned down in Los Angeles. The victims were

former friends who became entangled in hip-hop's East Coast

(Smalls) vs. West Coast (Shakur, who'd switched teams) feud.

In 2002, a Los Angeles Times investigation suggested Smalls

paid the Southside Crips gang to assassinate Shakur, while

documentarian Nick Broomfield implicated Shakur's record-label chief,

Suge Knight, who allegedly had Smalls erased to confuse authorities.

Both cases remain open.

JonBenét Ramsey
A murder made in tabloid heaven:

Six-year-old beauty queen JonBenét Ramsey,

daughter of a wealthy Boulder, Colo.,

executive and his socially ambitious wife,

was found dead in the basement of the family

home after Christmas, 1996. An odd ransom note left

at the scene and clashes between family, police and district attorney

fanned the media frenzy, while public speculation centered on parents

John and Patsy Ramsey. Eight years later, still no arrest.

(Side note: John Ramsey ran unsuccessfully this year for a seat

in Michigan's legislature.)

Ian Hodder is a freelance writer living in New York.

How To Become A Millionaire

There is a simple tip to become a millionaire by 40, no you don't have to have a high paying job. Its actually quite simple: As soon as you start working (Say around 20.) You put away $25 from what you make and put in into a separate bank account. Than around the time when your in your 40's or 50's combined with your regular money: (Say $4000?) You'll have near a million dollars!
Another BECOME a millionaire trick from
1. Make money
2. Don’t spend all of your money
3. Save some money
4. Invest that money
5. Repeat

What do you guys think of money? Why is it the main idea of the world?

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Dear Ryan-Superhero

Friday, May 14, 2010


"..we are pleased to report record revenues and earnings during the second quarter. This places us in a solid position as we enter the second half of fiscal 2006. Our robust second quarter delivered net revenue growth of 24% to $1.9 billion, net earnings growth of 27% to $127 million, and second quarter earnings per share of $0.16."

Above is how much Starbucks made in 2006. Starbucks is the biggest coffee shop in the world.
A quote from Wikipedia says:
"with 17,133 stores in 49 countries, including 11,068 in the United States, nearly 1,000 in Canada and more than 800 in Japan" (
WOW! Starbucks is for sure on of the leading Coffee Places.

Did you know Starbucks was this big?

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Sixth Grader Wows School

Above is the performance of a boy in grade 6 playing an acoustic cover of Lady Ga Ga's paparazzi.
Who do you think is better?

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Does The Popular Norton Really Work?

You are walking down the computer software department of a store. You spot a program labeled: Norton. Its says it protects against viruses. You've probably heard of it before. You buy it and are confident that your computer is protected. That Norton will elimate every virus. WRONG!
Norton is not designed to destroy viruses. Its designed to warn you of viruses. While you think they are gone. They aren't.
When the screen says "Virus Blocked" Its not really blocked, and it doesn't warn you of all the viruses.
Now Imagine an ocean, now imagine a scanner. The Ocean is 40 feet deep, the scanner only scans 2 feet down. So only the viruses near the top are picked up and not the deadly spyware nesting near the bottom.
Here is what people say of Norton:

Norton is utter junk you even have to remove norton like a virus. Instead of clicking uninstall and clicking a button you have to do that plus install a norton removeal tool then use that tool to really uninstall it then uninstall that tool.

Norton is useless, such a resource hog.

Above are from a Computer "Geek" forum,
Computer Users suggest:
AVG~Picks up surface Viruses
SpyBot~Picks up spyware

Monday, May 10, 2010

Music Mondays

This Weeks Song is Alejandro By Lady Ga Ga! ITs on the top of the charts... Like many of the other Lady Ga Ga songs.
What do you think of this song?

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Is There Too Much Fuss Over Love?

Its Everywhere! Songs, Books, Movies, It all seems to be about Love. Is it made too much of a deal?
If we change the wording a bit, it would be: Is Love really this important?
Or Why do they make a big deal about it?

As Human Beings we long to be accepted, the media uses this as a marketing advantage. They can make you dress a certain way so you think you'll find love that way. (One strategy is showing a model in those clothes with lots of the opposite
sex around her) and so on.
But Is it made too much of a deal?

Some say:
Love is important

Some say:
No one cares about money, the world, only love! We should focus on other topics!

Do you think Love is a too big of a deal?

Friday, May 7, 2010

The Point Of Life

What is the point of life?
Some say its Love. Some say to be successful. Some say just to live, some say God was bored and just made life.

But, What I think:

Life is complex. People are complex. Everyone is different. Therefore I think every one's point of life is different, Everyone lives a different life, I think the point of life is what you make it to be, If your goal in life is to become rich, than that is your point of life, if you want to love, than your point of life is to love.
I think most people have more than one goal, or point of their lives, We usually have multiple goals or "wants." People want different things: *Usually more than one*
Say, Susan wants to find love, she wants to become rich, she wants to publish a book. Those are her Goals or Wants. Therefore she made those to be her points of life!

That's what I think. But what do other people think?

“Life without love is like a tree without blossoms or fruit.”
“Love has no other desire but to fulfill itself. To melt and be like a running brook that sings its melody to the night. To wake at dawn with a winged heart and give thanks for another day of loving.”
~Kahlil Gibran on love

Life is just a chance to grow a soul.~A. Powell Davies

The importance of life is to live it to the full~Unknown

"The Point of Life Is Love, Humans need acceptance which can only be fur filled by love."
~ Unknown

What do you think? What do you think Is The Point of Life?

The Sight

The Sight by David Clements Davies. By looking at the front cover you think this is your "Typical" wolf novel.
Truth is its not!
In the Shadow of the Carpathian mountains a pack of wolves seeks shelter from the Vicious weather. A Legend clings to them-a story of man and wolf, of power and death, The Sight has come into their world. They will never be the same again...
~Back Cover

The Sight is a type of power, To control minds, see through animals eyes and see the future in water.

Out of 5 stars this book gets a 5. Its amazing! Pick it up!

Thursday, May 6, 2010

My First Kiss and Like This Like That

Above is Ke$ha's And 3Oh!3's new song called My First Kiss! Its already ranking Number 2 in itunes!
Below is Alex Lacasse's new hit Like This Like That!

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Leave it to Bieber

Funny! Video!
Newly Released:
Lies By Micheal Grant

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Fun Tax

As Of May 1st In Canada. We now have a new tax! Amusement tax, or Fun Tax.
Basically, we are being taxed for having fun!
Isn't that great?
(Says Sarcastically)
On Saturday, Or May 1st if you want to see it that way. I went to see the movie Furry Vengeance. (Good Movie) On the receipt from buying the movie tickets, I noticed a slight price increase of a couple cents labeled: Amusement Tax. Isn't it great? We have to pay for having Fun!
Why the wonderful amusement tax that will help out our money troubles oh-so-well?
Reason: So we can take into account that having fun has to be paid for?
Real Reason: So the government can make more money!
What do you think of the amusement Tax.
If you like it: You are Either the government or have to much money, Or just plain Crazy.

Monday, May 3, 2010

New Look

You may have noticed that we have a new look, we hope you like it!
I like this look better because it is more nature like, and fits better with our "Adventure" theme.
I found that picture above. I think it looks nice.
I might start posting some nature pictures just for fun!
For Some reason my favourite pictures are of Birds and tropical fish. So don't be surprised if thats what you see! Don't worry I'll still be writing all the wonderful things I write. But, I think the pictures will help make this site more pleasing to the eye.

Thanks For Visiting!

New Look!

We have a new LOOK! Again!
What do you think?

Sunday, May 2, 2010

Who Invented the Compass?

Who invented the compass? We don't have a specific name, but we do have a country.
So What COUNTRY invented the compass?

The Compass was invented in Ancient China somewhere in the 2nd century. In the 11th century the compass was used for navigation.

But, That doesn't make sense! Compasses are supposed to point to north therefore for navigation. But, what did Ancient China use it for all those generations.
Using my sources: (Wikipedia)
It quotes:
"The earliest Chinese compasses were probably not designed for navigation, but rather to order and harmonize their environments and buildings in accordance with the geomantic principles of feng shui. These early compasses were made using lodestone, a special form of the mineral magnetite that aligns itself with the Earth’s magnetic field.["
Did you always know that the compass wasn't used for Navigation?
In the 3rd century, an old book writes about people in china using compasses to prevent them from getting lost? Maybe, the use of navigation was discovered later on?
We know that compasses went from looking like this:

To looking like this:
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