Monday, December 10, 2012


I've been thinking, and there's a lot of words and terms I don't hear much anymore that I think should be recognized and brought back, words with class that put things in a more articulate(using language easily and fluently; having facility with words.) way in my opinion.
These words include:

Steezy: A word meaning style with ease.

Rad: A word meaning really cool, but in a more subtle way, as opposed to extreme or awesome.

Word: Word is the shortened form of the phrase "my word is my bond" essentially it means "truth" or "to speak the truth." Implies something is legitimate.

Legitimate(Legit): A word used to describe something in the up-most truthfulness as well as other times implying severe impressiveness of something.

Groovy: A word meaning highly stimulating or attractive, excellent.
(Synonyms: Sick, Wicked, Sweet or Dope.)

Boss: A word meaning incredibly awesome or miraculous. Or implying alpha stature, "winning."

Chill: The word "chill" has a lot of uses it can mean to calm down, to hang out, to be easy going, for something to decrease in temperature, for something to be okay, or to imply something is groovy.

Terms for cigarettes: Coffin Nail, Fag, Tab, Snout, Stoge and Square are less used.

Terms for good-looking: Sharp, Attractive, Beautiful, Stunning, Breath-Taking, Aesthetically Appealing, and Dazzling.

How do you feel about these words? Did you know what they meant? And do you have any words you think should be brought back & why?

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Sadako Paper Cranes

For my Blogger class today I'm writing about Sadako. Sadako was a young Japanese girl at the time of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki Nuclear Bombings in WWII, she survived past the time of the bomb. She appeared fine until she was eleven running in a race, she was a very good runner. But she appeared white and unhealthy. Just weeks after she was found to have irregular lumps in her lungs, and was diagnosed with leukemia, a cancer of the bone marrow caused primarily by radiation. She was told a legend of one thousand paper cranes in which if she told one thousand paper cranes a wish it would be granted. It's said she folded 644 paper cranes, and her school did the other 356. Regardless, of what happened though she later died of her leukemia. This is a very sad story, and it really shows the long term effect nuclear war has had the one time it happened. Sadako was not a target in Japan during WWII, but she paid the price- not even as a accidental casualty from a stray bullet, due to excessive force and "research." Stories like this should be well known and I hope they help prevent any more nuclear war.

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Fear thy munchies!

Oh my! I've had a incredibly frightful experience last night!!

Around 19:00 (07:00pm) my mother came home with my little brother and they had a surplus of groceries of which I was pleasently surprised. After helping bring in all the food and put it away I decided on making some Pizza Rolls, what happened next I would have never expected.

The first plate I made turned out fine, I ate them down as I normally would, thoroughly enjoying all of the deliciousness. The first plate went down so well I decided on another! After making my second plate I ate down to the last two Pizza Rolls... I ate the second to last Pizza Roll and found glass in my mouth!!! What the fuck?!?! Tontinos is slacking.... cause that's not cool.

I have yet to decide what my final course of action will be regarding my glass infested Pizza Roll.

Monday, December 3, 2012

Relatively Relative.

Watch the video above and do not look away, you will appreciate it, trust me.

After Watching:
The name of that video is Black Moth Super Rainbow Tooth Decay, and the reason I showed it to you is to break the ice on the subject of relativity.
Nothing is absolute, and everything is ever changing, even you at this second are constantly transforming. This video goes through a series of stages and transformations of which would be difficult to describe in any way other than psychedelic.
Psychedelic is a word meaning "of or noting a mental state characterized by a profound sense of intensified sensory perception..." 
This video takes you through very relative, constantly changing and evolving visual concepts, and frequently changes. Essentially breaking the tie to thinking linear -which most people constantly do-, and looking at things overall, or in a free form fashion rather than structurally.

I think I'm going to leave this post open ended for discussion on this and people's thoughts.

My motive in encouraging you to watch this and attempt to understand it or get something out of it is only to provide a alternative method of thinking under the philosophy that the more you understand the wiser you are and therefore the better off you are.

Thursday, November 29, 2012

The road...

Walking down a one way stretch, there's always an experience to catch.
But always have remember there's only one direction and you can't go back.
But sometimes, within the thoughts of the past you'll discover yourself entrapped.

Pressuring opportunity and free-will enact nervousness in choosing which directions to take when laying the road which is your life.

But when the only moment you can form is immediately don't meaninglessly meander in the seemingly harmless elapse, tangled and trapped.
Press on henceforth in your conquest to beyond.
Balance is what maintains the opportunity to subsist in space's pond.
Process of flow and determine how the dice roll, and comeuppance directs 'fate.'
It's a process of yin and yang, if it weren't meant to exist it wouldn't remain.
Attract positive energies and you're bound to be of cheer, but the negative is likely to bring fear.

-yet to be finished-

Monday, November 26, 2012

The importance of parts of speech

Parts of speech are incredibly useful tools to us as mankind, they provide the ability to communicate through text  and establish philosophy and forms of verbal communication as a visual concept to glorify it and progress it farther. Some philosophers and scientists would argue the invention of written language has had a negative effect on mankind as prior to the invention of it people could memorize round-about of twenty thousand words consecutively commonly- now this is almost unheard of.
The eight primary parts of speech include adverb, conjunction, interjection, noun, participle, preposition, pronoun and verb. Each of these have very independent yet communicative distinguishing characters:
Adverbs are ultimately a verb altered from it's original state in a sentence, clause or phrase.
Conjunctions are essentially a binding part of speech describing the function of a word using one of the 'fanboys' [for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so.] For example: We were going to go to the movies, but we got there late.
Interjections are parts of speech expressing one's emotional state; i.e.: "Aha! I've found it!" 'Aha' would be an interjection in this example.
Nouns are the most well known part of speech, as it's a person, place, thing, or idea. A noun in the end is ultimately something you can name or refer to. You are a noun, and so is whatever device you're reading this from.
Participles are by definition are verbals that operate as an adjective like 'burning,' 'burying' or 'tapping.'
Prepositions are ultimately words implying relation from one thing to another for example: "The coffee is in the cup." is a sentence in which in is a preposition implying where the coffee is.
Pronoun is a noun of which lacks glorifacation. You know that the name Natalie is a proper noun, and girl is a noun, so the only way to be less descriptive while refering to something or somebody would be to use a phrase that lacks directness such as  "it" "she" "him" or "her."
Verbs, lastly but not least are activities that can be done. If it can be accomplished or done it is a verb.

Monday, November 5, 2012


I have really light sensitive eyes, and better than 20/20 vision, thus making me appreciate shades a bit more than the average Joe. If you appreciate shades be proud of it, they're not only one of the most comforting tools around, but some of the grooviest looking ones as well.
Go shades(: