Monday, September 20, 2010


What is Otakun?
Otakun is a culture, like anything else. But instead of obsessing over "Hannah Montana." They obsess over stuff like "Anime, Manga and video games."

Sometimes you will see anime conventions-sometimes people will "Cosplay""
Cosplay: Costume and play equals cosplay. Its like a version of Pretend. People cosplay, characters from video games,
movies, comics, animes etc.

Here is some cosplays:
What do you think?

Friday, September 17, 2010


Life right now seems to be a chaos, there is no spare time to fit in important things. (Such as Anime and Drawing) Speaking of Anime, how are you guys enjoying the new anime streaming feature!

You Better be enjoying it, I worked hard on it.

~Just to let you know, I'm not dead yet!

I love you all so much! The Problem is with all the work I have its soooo hard to write!

Have a story or poem or drawing you want to share:
Send it to

Sunday, September 5, 2010

The Earth Shook in New Zealand

THESE are the scenes of devastation left by the massive earthquake that rocked the New Zealand city of Christchurch.

Buildings collapsed and roads cracked as the massive quake, which measured 7.1 on the Richter scale, hit the area at 4.35am yesterday.

Two people were seriously hurt and scores of others needed treatment for minor injuries but amazingly no one was reported killed. Prime Minister John Key said: "The damage is incredibly frightening. The only thing you can say is that it's a miracle no one lost their life."

A State Of Emergency was declared as rescuers checked no one was trapped in rubble.

And a curfew was imposed last night after reports of looting, although officials said it was to protect people from aftershocks.

Thousands of quakes hit New Zealand every year but they rarely cause damage. The last earthquake deaths there were in 1968.

This is Neko and Teko, still shaking.
This article can also be read at:

Saturday, September 4, 2010

Contact Juggling

This is a digital photograph of someone contac...Image via Wikipedia

Contact juggling is not an activity many have heard of. It is a work of art and to viewers, almost hypnotic.To those however who practice this, do so for hours. What do you think about this sport-like activity?

Moving to the Finals: America's Got Talent (Sample Acts)

This pair showed great improvement and dancing far past their age.

A biker with courage. 

This act is just radically cool!

What a voice for a person of her age!

Now that you've seen a sample of this phenomenol talent appearing in the Finals, watch the finals on the night of Tuesday, September 7. It's either at 8 or 9 pm. Show times may vary depending on where you live.
This is Neko and Teko reporting from the stage.

Flying High

Heres some music for you!

School Begins Soon

For you Canadians, you may have checked your calenders and been like 'OH DARN! School starts on Tuesday!" Or you may have said it with some inappropriate language, You parents probably looked at it and were like "YES!" 
Like that staples commercial:
In it I'm probably the kid with the frowny face, while my brother and sister are kind of  excited, My Sister is excited to show off her new clothes, and jump around in her Knee High Socks, My Brother is happy because his girlfriend is in the same class as him.

I'm sad because I won't be able to sit there all day and draw, and watch anime. 
This is what some people are like:

There are three types of BACK TO SCHOOL!  1: They are all excited, but usually start dreading school by November.
2: Those who dread school
3: Those who just go for the "Hot Girls or "Hot Guys"
(All drawn by me!)

What back to school type are you?

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Caught on Camera: Funny Moments

These are some funny animal moments caught on camera. Enjoy!
Bang, bang! Meow!

I Believe I can fly

Dear Jesus, Woof

This is what you call 'puppy-napped'

The Key is Stealth

That hurt????... just a bit

Let's just be friends.. I don't think this relationship is working out for us.

Its a bird; its a plane; no its BatPuppy!

These pictures are shown with much thanks to Google images and all the posters of these pictures.


Poptropica: Is the Blue Guy in Charge?

Those of us who find ourselves on Poptropica may wonder whose in charge of this site. Well, it just so happens that the Blue Guy, a.k.a. Blue Agate is in running the show. Until recently, Blue Agate has not been seen by the human eye. Known as Timbuktu's most wanted, this mustard eating maniac is thought to be in league with  the 7 dwarfs. Thats another story though. 
Why is he running poptropica, a kids website? Probably because it's awesome and he loves music. Not that music has anything to do with Poptropica. Here are some pictures of him caught on camera:
The blue guyImage by kodomut via Flickr
AgateImage via Wikipedia
Blue GuyImage by jpmatth via                                                                                                                            Flickr

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Same Gain, Less Pain

None - This image is in the public domain and ...Image via Wikipedia

This article can be found in the Toronto Star: Entertainment and Living: Section E: Monday August 30, 2010  or

My reason for writing this article, is because I HATE NEEDLES! I hate them because I HAVE FAINTED BECAUSE OF ONE! That is my own opinion. Let's see what you think about this nasal sensation.


New flu vaccines promise less pain

August 30, 2010
Andrea Gordon


As flu season approaches, so does decision time for families about who should get vaccinated against the virus. And this year, Canadians have some new developments to consider.

First, the vaccine for 2010-2011 also protects against H1N1 virus, unlike last year when separate shots were required.

And for those who shudder at the sight of a syringe, there are two new forms that don’t involve being jabbed in the muscle: one is a nasal spray; the other is an intradermal vaccine that uses a tiny needle that is inserted beneath the skin rather than into muscle.

“We’re very excited to have new ways to administer vaccines other than (the standard) injections, says Dr. Bonnie Henry, chair of the Canadian Coalition for Immunization Awareness and Promotion and epidemiologist at the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control.

Public health physicians hope that the combined shot as well as newer forms of vaccines down the road may mean more Canadians choose to be immunized.

Last year, 42 per cent of Ontarians got a flu shot, while 28 per cent were vaccinated against H1N1. The vaccies are free.

On Friday, Canada’s National Advisory Committee on Immunization released its annual statement on the flu vaccine.

In line with recommendations from the World Health Organization, the Canadian seasonal vaccine will incorporate three strains: the 2009 strain known as H1N1; a new influenza A (H3N2); and the same B component as last year.

But unlike the U.S., where health authorities last week urged everyone over the age of 6 months to receive the vaccine, the Canadian committee put the focus on high-risk groups such as very young children, seniors, people with other health conditions and health care workers.

“However, influenza vaccine is encouraged for all Canadians who have no contraindication,” said the statement from the committee, which advises Health Canada on immunization issues.

Unlike the traditional vaccine, families in Ontario will have to pay to receive the flu shot if they wish to receive it through one of the two new methods. Prices have not been released, but both FluMist and Intanza are expected to cost more than the regular flu vaccines, which are available from Canada’s two bulk suppliers for roughly $10 per injection.

Health Canada recently approved the nasal spray FluMist, Canada’s first non-injectible vaccine, which is available for people ages 2 through 59.

The spray is applied to each nostril, where the virus usually enters the body, and unlike regular injections does not contain the preservative thimerosol, which has caused controversy among some groups because of potential low-level toxicity.

FluMist has been available in the U.S. since 2003, with 27 million doses distributed to date.

Intanza, also newly approved, uses a needle 10 times smaller than regular to inject the vaccine beneath the skin surface.

The intradermal vaccine, available to adults ages 18 to 59.

Both FluMist and Intanza are expected to cost more than the regular flu vaccines, which are available from Canada’s two bulk suppliers for roughly $10 per injection.

What do you think? For your flu shot this year are you going to fight through the regular needle? Or are you choosing the nasal spray route? What about FluMist or Intanza?
Whatever your decision, remember: Its all the Same gain.... but some may have less pain.

Moshi Monsters


Ya, you may say that this website looks babyish. Well, its not! When I, Teko, first went on this site I was thinking that it would be a waste of time... think again! On Moshi monsters, you pick one of the characters (seen in the photo above). Then you can go up levels by playing their awesome games... I like the Ice cream game found on OOH la Lane the best. You can also earn money to decorate your house with as well as dress your character. You do not have to buy a membership to have fun on this website! To become a member, you pay $5 per month and that allows you access to two special islands and the Moshling Zoo.
 So why not sign up on this website? Member or not a member, theres something for people of all ages- whether you're 6 or you're 36.
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