|Little Caesar's Signshaker.. Any Way to make it less boring?||September 12, 2013, 7:51 pm|
So.. I'm starting on a job as one of those sign-shakers for one of the Little Caesar's Pizza stores near here.
I'll be standing out there for a good 4 hours each day, and I need a little something to help me pass the time while I stand there.. holding that sign.
I'd wanted to take a set of headphones with me and have some fun with it, but I'm not too sure if that's acceptable there.
(I've heard of people doing this.. not sure if they were necessarily -allowed- to do this.)
But yeah.. all I've got going for me right now is music.
Any suggestions are welcome..
|Never Mind.||September 7, 2013, 7:56 pm|
|Weird shit happening again.||July 27, 2013, 1:19 am|
Reinstalled Windows 7 on my laptop for the umpteenth time this year, due to a recurring problem that shows up after some time of using my Wacom tablet / USB mouse / laptop touchpad:
1. Touchpad is barely responsive
2. Mouse has its red light, but flickers and shuts off every now and then.
3. When I go to use my tablet, even while holding the pen in place, the on-screen cursor goes on a shaking fit on the screen. Quite annoying when I'm going to draw straight lines. =/
I have a Dell Latitude D520 laptop at the moment, not exactly the best thing on Earth. But, since I don't have too much in funds coming in either way, I have to stick with it for now.
Has anyone else had this problem? I've tried looking it up, but most of the sites I go to provide me with stupid "Turn off / Turn back on" and "Unplug / plug back in" -esque answers.
|More laptop problems..||May 23, 2013, 12:29 pm|
I finally got myself another laptop from a buddy of mine, and so far, despite its age, it runs circles around the last (HP Pavilion DV9700) one I had. (This one is a Dell Latitude D520.)
As of earlier this afternoon, I've been having a bit of trouble with the touchpad for this thing. The thing barely responds to pressure, and when it does work, the movement is sluggish / jittery / for some reason, 'clicks' stuff without having me click it.
I've tried to clean it off, reinstall drivers, et cedera. I'm not sure if there's something I'm doing wrong about fixing the problem, but it's certainly a head-scratcher for me.
If anyone could help me out with this, it'd be much appreciated. (Also running WinXP 32-bit)
|Today marks my 20th anniversary of circling the sun.||March 8, 2013, 6:25 am|
So, as it turns out, it's my birthday today. I should really get on the ball about posting here more often..
However, that seems to be hard when there's nothing really worthwhile I can post. **' (Other than work on the Doom RPG.)
Perhaps I can make up some map stuff, improve a bit on that.
Hm... Seems I'm wanting to give more, rather than receive, considering the fact about today..
|Battery Going Kaput...||January 9, 2013, 3:57 pm|
So, I've got this new HP Pavilion dv9000 laptop from a buddy of mine, who'd said the only problem with it is the fact that the laptop screen doesn't want to stay open.
For the past few weeks, I've worked on a Doom RPG project I'd planned to have another update posted up about, but it seems that when I'm on the move, my laptop can't hold a charge worth anything.
Every time I supposedly charge my laptop, and take it up to the park, the battery charge jumps from 100% to 67%... within 5 minutes. After that, it steadily drains.
I've already decided to get a new battery, but I'm not exactly sure if this was the way to go, or if there was something else wrong with it...
|Metal Gathering in Louisville...||May 25, 2012, 6:59 am|
Yup, I know it's been a while since I'd posted anything related to Doom or the RPG, and today won't be the day either, I'm afraid.
Today is the day I tell about an event that I'm hosting a few days from now here in my town. It seems that Kentucky is almost practically devoid of metal and such, and filled with the stuff called "Rap" and "Pop" and stuff like that.
This sunday, however, I'm bringin' about my buddies and such to a local metal music gathering and such. I'm hoping the turnout'll be good.
There's supposed to be people bringin' their music shit like guitars, drums,and such. And hopefully we don't get our asses arrested for this. (We shouldn't, as it's a PUBLIC park, and there'll most likely be less than 50 people coming.)
People'll be bringin' Metal / Classic Rock CDs and such, and someone's bringing a good supply of food and a karaoke machine for 'Metal-oke' or whats-it-called.
...So, are there any other Doomers here in Louisville / Kentucky that would be able to make it to this thing? (Camp Taylor Park)
Or, jus' post here if ye'd wanna share comments and shit. Here's a mockup pic I did for the Hell of it:
I did the artwork, someone else came up with the name of the event.
|General Rainbow Bacon's Hellish Imp Fireballs||March 19, 2012, 2:15 pm|
Well. I've just received a large package of rather spicy peanuts from General Rainbow Bacon (DoomHero85). I was told they'd be spicy, just not sure how spicy just yet. I'll be taking pictures and posting a YouTube video of my feat with these peanuts.
Now, ladies and gentlemen, is the enemy:
Here are the precautions:
And here is the dumbass who's actually insane enough to try these:
wish me luck, guise.
|My Radio Stream is up...||December 11, 2011, 6:02 pm|
Indeed it is. Featuring my art on the cover, giving you daily dosages of
classic rock,heavy metal, and eveything in between during your early and late-night hours, with little disturbance in between.
Here's our Bandlist:
Megadeth -- Metallica --Iron Maiden -- Green Day --Black Sabbath
Motorhead -- System of A Down -- Led Zeppelin -- The Eagles
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers -- Diamond Head -- Pink Floyd
Ozzy Osbourne -- Billy Idol -- Soundgarden --White Zombie --Queen
Bon Jovi -- Judas Priest -- KISS -- Warrant -- Nirvana -- Pantera
Budgie -- Cream -- Aerosmith -- Van Halen -- Def Leppard -- AC/DC
Blue Oyster Cult -- Motley Crue -- Creedence Clearwater Revival
The Misfits -- Whitesnake -- George Thorogood -- Disturbed --
Guns 'n' Roses -- Mercyful Fate -- Lynyrd Skynyrd -- Boston --
Tool -- Billy Joel --
All in all, that's 42 bands for the radio.
I'll post link when the stream gets ready to start.