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I think roughly a year ago and I move to Blogger.
I've gone more towards life blogging and blogging generally about what's on my mind.

Youcan find my Blog at Http://BehindHungryArtistSaku.BlogSpot.com/
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Okay so it's been a while since I posted a written blog. However every week I continue to post a video blog on YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/user/sakutonosai).
That was my self pimpage of the day.
Onto further subjects.
TO start off my blog on a shallow subject since I'm sleepy and about to fall into passed-outedness directly after welcoming Heidi1866 to Twitter (plug) via my own (same as the youtube) I think I shall begin with Fullmetal Alchemist.
Anyone who knows me knows that I am an Anime fan and that I read manga. My person favorite manga is the ongoing Fullmetal Alchemist by Hiromu Arakawa, one that I have based an Fan Fiction off of to practice my writing when I can't concentrate on my novel.
I recently made a trip to Cape Girardeau, Misery to go to the mall, where I purchased two pairs of jeans, made in Bangledash, sadly, from Old Navy, even sadder-er since I prefer thrift store, that were too big and now I run about the house either searching for a belt or tr
trying to keep my pants up.
Though with a belt, and the one large t-shirt I bought they look quite smashing. I also obtained three great button downs, at least one made in the U.S.A. and two made in India, FTW!.
The mall in Cape has a huge Barnes & Nobels, which is my store of choice at any mall, where I obtained two graphic novels, 17 and 18 of Fullmetal Alchemist, which are so far really great! THe story is falling into place wonderfully.
Speaking of books I am currently reading an Audiobook obtained from my buddy Adam[a] about the Halo series (Heil Mein Führer. Bill Gates. Figure that one out, lol) called "Contact: Harvest" (Joseph Staten) which follows the story of Sgt. Avery Johnson man years before Halo (1). Interesting story.
Another story I'll be reading is Angels & Demons by Dan Brown. And I don't care what the church says about the series, I'm not so Insecure about my frakking faith that some work of fiction is going to make me question my existance.
In recent time I have uploaded my 100th video to YouTube which I am very happy about considering I posted on the day one year after my first Video Blog. It's 8 long minutes of me reflecting on the year and how much I've changed. It's excrutiating for me to watch because, since I first began making videos, I have become more adapt at scrutinizing every pause in my speech which wastes precious minutes or makes it go on longer than I had hoped.
A lot has changed in a year, and speaking of a year, tomorrow is one year since me and Cheri...what's the word I'm looking for?....got together in the emotional lovey sense? Har har. But indeed it is a year and it is absolutely wonderful and I wish I were in Virginia to celebrate, because God knows I would. Especially since tonight is prom.
Funny how God hates me?
But I'm not going to bore you with my own common state of chronic depression, we shall move on to more pressing issues!
DOn't get me wrong, I love it here in Dexter. It's peaceful, friendly, nice! I love the quiet life and love the country. I'm like a country boy who enjoys the city life, actually.
Enough self analyzing.
In the near future, on monday actually, Barbara is dragging me up to St. Louis to see a Cardinal's Game.
I'm not one for sports, I mean I root for the Stealers in football, but I much prefer playing a game of American Football or Rugby to actually watching it.
Though hockey is tops to watch!
I know this is old news by now but I have to say the whole "Death of YouTube" thing involving the every so retarded nickname "Hulu-Tube" was complete bollocks.
My Person Favorite video concerning it was: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fayh_ZxTT_Q
Speaking of videos I want to share there are two:

First video is about a subject close to me and my close friends that a friend on Youtube made on a special day.
This subject to some, at first glance, may seem stupid and out right inappropriate but please pay attention to these facts and don't come whining to me with your narrow-minded heart-bleeds about sin and the old testiment because I've heard it all before!
So please, be nice: Tenebrousllama asks: Why Homophobia



Second video is about something I want badly. A Hackerspace! A hackerspace is something like a Communal Workshop combined with a Club. It's a place for tech junkies and hobbiests to work on their projects and interact with eachother. In most big cities there are one or two Hackerspaces; but way out here in the boonedocks it's not likely that there is large or concetrated enough community of hobbiests or hardware hackers.




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Can't sleep, watching Tekzilla on Revision3 and spent the night watching Samproof who freaked on an imaginary man named muffin then I told him my old kitty (out of the many) named Muffin. "**** YOU IN THE ***, MUFFIN!"

[Note: This is somewhat a gadget blog, so if your interested in of the apps you read about here, all of them I have tested myself and work as well as I claim. Thank You, Brent]

Switched from Twhirl (An Adobe AIR Twitter application) to Tweetdeck and from Tweetdeck to DestroyTwitter. Tweetdeck was a moment of mistaken identity, because it looks very much like DT from a distance.
You see the best Twitter application I have ever used is DestroyTwitter. It's powerful, compact, and fast. It has some of the multi collumn capability of Tweetdeck, but is many times more powerful.
You can change your profile info from DT, tweet at wrap like speeds, and even create your own them at DestroyTwitter.com.
Again, my only criticism is that the designers did take advantage of the runtime it uses by integrating it into the desktop: it's not an integrated window/widget, thus if you use Windows, your still stuck with the bulky exterior of Windows chrome borders.
Because I really, really hate the bulky look and feel of XP chrome I still use twhirl on the PC. It's all I reall NEED on the PC so it's fine, but one the mac, where I am not surrounded by the mass of windows sporting the blue borders borders of XP chrome, I have decided to install DestroyTwitter.
Because the application uses Adobe Integrated Runtime in runs on both Windows and Mac using the same exact version.
A beta is also released for Linux.

Eating Salt and Vinegar Potato chips drinking chocolate milk. YUMZ!

This Blog really has no big meaning, just typing as I think it up in Blogger.

Listening to some music:
Mudvayne, discovered through my friend in the U.S. Army (because Soldiers rule!), Private Rusty Fisher
-----Happy?
-----Fall Into Sleep
Cursive, Sam Proof introduced me to this group earlier this morning/night.
-----From the Hips
As far as I can tell it's a song about frakking! FUN! lol

My Primary Blog is *\^_^/* or BehindHungryArtistSaku.Blogspot.com
My primary blog is now Blogger, now. I post there first and my Website's blog page is now fed by Blogger's Atom feed as appose to LiVEJOURNAL's feed.
The reader is powered by Feedmorf.com, for those of you interested in an easy way to set up a RSS/ATOM reader in a webpage via HTML and Javascript.
I also love the HTML freedom Blogger give someone who knows there stuff, like myself, to edit the page. Completely redid the layout's proportions, added an impromptu banner (Made in Corel Paintshop Pro X) and removed the Menu bar from sight.
All very basic HTML settings to change.

For those of you who, like me, have maybe a gajillion programs and applications running at the same time in Windows XP, I've discovered a lovely little program called Taskbar Shuffle, and yes I still occasionally can be found enthralled by several programs on my P.C. box.
Taskbar Shuffle is a very simple application that has a very simple purpose, but it can make big difference when you have a taskbar full of programs. (Especially since I have a vertical taskbar, to the left of my screen, that is so small you can only see the icons!)
Taskbar shuffle allows one to mmove the tabs on the taskbar around and organize them, much liek tabs on Mozilla Firefox, Camino, and Google Chrome.
Commonly they are organized by "latest opened" but with this app you can move them around easily.
I have tested this, it takes about ten minutes to install, depending on your download speed, and works like a charm.

Speaking of Chrome, I eagerly and somewhat patiently await it's beta release for Max OS X. Which may be a while given the fact that Macintosh doesn't give programmers a choice on what sort of chrome you can use. One of the reasons I dislike Firefox here in Macintosh land. I misses my retro Super Mario Brothers theme on Mozilla. Don't get me wrong, I love the Macintosh interface very easy to use! I may switch from Firefox to Camino though, at least until Chrome is released. Camino is a sort of Mac OS equivalent to FIrefox for windows, so I am curious.

I'm about to install an XP to Seven theme into my XP PC. so we'll see how tht goes, I'm somewhat hesitant, but since Tekzilla trusts it, I'll give it shot.
! I have tested the Seven Remix XP and it works really well. For a ful transformation you can run the installation package and replace all system files with Windows 7 like abilities. The remix set keeps a copy of all XP system files, just incase you want to go back.
Alas, I did. Th replcement of system files Shell32 and other DLLs was not letting certain programs run. This may have been my own Computer so it's worth trying to install the system files.
I can tell you it does no harm to try! Because when I ran the uninstaller and restarted my machine it was back to normal.
However I only removed the System File, by choice, and the themes still remained and work perfectly.
So if you just want to spice up the appearance download Seven Remix XP.
http://www.niwradsoft.com/blog/seven-remix-xp/

Well it turned out kind of techy, but some people like that.

Thank You For Reading!

May God Bless,
Brent
 

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It's been a while since I just sat back wrote about life in general. Maybe I've been avoiding facing the truth, and through I've drifted away from what makes me crave the truth.

I once said, my goal in life is to better understand humanity; my humanity, my truth, who I am.

I've gotten somewhat shallow in my blogs recently. I've talked about things I've read, the macbook which I ordered, my projects and music; but very little about me.

So let's be honest, shall we?

I'm 1,500 away from the place I call home and the human being who I am closest to.
Everyday I feel like I'm in pain from depression.
My limp is getting worse because my knee seems to be getting worse.

But my Life is Good.
I have friends, who care and have very problems that, like mine, can't be ignored.
I have family, though it may not be blood or they may be very far, they still love me.
I'm intelligent and creative.
I have a knack for helping others, which I am grateful for.
I live a quiet life.
Something many people take for granted is the sound of silence, the light of the night, the feeling of the cool air. (Unless it's hot August and you live in southeast Misery)

The quiet life, although sometimes brain numbingly boring, suits me well.

I'm a geek, and a nerd, I enjoy blogging and technology which is why I now lay here on my bed at three in the morning pounding down the numerous letters and punctuation marks on the keyboard of my MacBook.
I love to read about others and their lives, hear their stories and examine the oddities of life that are ironically so common that they take us by surprise, simply because we don't notice them.
Sometimes I think God must have a sense of humour, others I think we're just hanging by a thread and that we're so monstrous that we don't deserve the reminded the standards we have set for ourselves.

But we're only human.
We live and we die.
We breath and we speak of the name God.
Words that can not be spoken as we understand it.

I was reminded by my Youth Leader just how important laughter is.
I often say I can't express my emotions but that's only half right.
For a long time I've struggled with depression, because I have lost the ability to unleash what I feel in anyway. Which is why everyday I hurt.
I've tried screaming, I've tried laughing. I can't cry anymore.
There is very little that makes it go away.
But I do express joy, that's something I still feel. When I'm happy the pain remains, but I still laugh.
Something I've taken from my father is a love of humour and laughter. If he heard something funny he laughed even if he was the one who told the joke, which was often very dry.
I laugh at my owns jokes, at stupid things sometimes because it makes sense in my head alone.
It was Red Skelton who said "If I tell a joke to an audience of a thousand people, why should I be the only one in the room not getting the joke?"
He also taught me to enjoy the little things in life. Because we only live once on this earth, so let's enjoy every detail of it. Beauty is everywhere, don't search for it, because if you do that your blind. Because it's right in front of you.

So why am I so "emotionally challenged"?

Sure life was pretty bad here and there, but it got better and will continue to.

I don't know.

But life is good.
I'm living the quiet life, trying to get my edumacation so I can be the success in life I've always dreamed of.
I have my gadget fix set for the time being and I absolutely love the time period I live in.
And my relationship is going strong, very strong.

I received my Macbook, built into the Anodized Aluminum Unibody and set it up with Adobe AIR and iTunes and I'm Happy. (And another software called Wallsaver which plays a Matrix Screensaver as my desktop)
And let me tell you this baby is beautiful! The design is perfect, although limited by the constraints of "top of the line" design. But beside the 2 USB ports it's an awesomely elite Personal Computer. (And I say that slap all Mac loving PC bashers in the metaphorical face!)
After rehacking my old modem I was able to hook up both the Mac and the Larry Box to the Modem and I have internet and full functionality! It's totally radsome!
Although I eagerly await the beta release of Google Chrome for Mac.

When all is said and done I may even turn my PC into a hackintosh.

I'm getting along well in church. Making friends and having fun.
Which leads me to not having fun..... Because I suck at math and I've had a year long educational hiatus I'm needing to study hard for the G.E.D. this year. So I may ask some one from youth to help me out, since they offered... hrmmmmm....

Also, what is this I hear about Russion spacejunk sending balls of fire over Hampton Roads? I live for that sort of thing!!! How come I'm always the last to know. sadface....
I mean that's so radically cool! A loud bang and flash in the sky that wont immediately disintigrate you to a carbon shadow?! THAT'S AWESOME!

I'm getting the itch to pull out the sewing machine after the years of gathering dust and do a project and do something that's eco friendly so I came to a conslusion:
Upcycle a bunch of drugstore plastic bags into a fused plastic Laptop case!
All of this I whille record and post on Youtube.

On the subject of my knee, it's been hurting like the devil recently. I'm been walking 75% of the time trying not to move it. I should probably go to the doctor about it, but I don't. Oh well.



I'm hurt, physically and emotionally, but that doesn't matter.
Life could be so much worse.
I'm happy, even in my sadness.
I'm fed.
I'm intrigued
I'm alive.
I'm loved, I am reminded of that everyday by at least one voice.
God put me here on this earth for a reason and even if that weren't reason enough I have another reason.
Until the day I can no longer speak the name of God, until the last breath I naturally take, I will live for that reason.

But life is really hard, and really good at the same time. No matter hard it gets, don't forget that you only live once and that you should find the beauty in every detail and enjoy it to the best of your ability.

Call it a load crap if you insist, but I believe that life is precious.
Every frakking second of it.

Brent / Saku

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Okay so while I was watching Leo Laporte (the tech guy) on Stickam I began grabbing off the shelf speakers and toying with my iPod.
As we all know, the iPod classic comes in a box that has pastic insert which holds the iPod itself inplace against the lid at the top of the box.
When unpacking it it is at the top, just like the life size image on the lid, you look at it, say "oooo-la-la", pull it out the plastic insert that fits snuggly like a shelf, and begin pulling out the four page manual, stickers, warrenty information, earphones, and U.S.B. cord. When it's all done and said your left with really good box. Let's face it, from electronics to the packaging they come in, Apple does not screw around!
So I saved the box.
Well about a while back, shortly before my last blog I think, I was reading Wired.com's Gadget blog and a number of other blogs and I came across this really cool thing device at GeekAlerts.com.
It was a speaker insert that was made the exact dimensions to fit in the clear plastic case that the iPod Shuffle comes in. (Shuffle 2nd and 3rd Gen & the iPod Nano 1st and 2nd Gen)
http://www.geekalerts.com/ipod-recycling-speaker-by-bird-electron/
Well I thought that was pretty cool. I wouldn't buy it, because:
A) I'm Broke
B) I have a Classic
C) I'm a DIY fanatic
Well this evening I was on Stickam, a live video broadcasting site, watching Leo Laporte, the Tech Guy (of course), and began thinking. I have some off the shelf speakers which I can easily repair, wires that are practically hanging the from the ceiling, three eighth inch stereo audio jacks, and how-many boxes in this room.
So I got to work with my off the shelf components, superglue and scotch tape.

Don't laugh, I'm cheap.

Okay, go ahead.

In the end it turned out like this:

It has really good audio quality, after I repaired the speaker. It can be pulled out fo the box and fits snuggly inside. The wire can be hidden so that the lid can be slid over the speaker, for safe transport.

Perfect volume for my room.

Okay so that was my project!
In other news my MacBook is on the way and is due anyday now.
Thank you for reading!

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Excellent!
It was the perfect ending. It can't be contradicted.
It was good and happy ending, while at the same time it was sad.
I have to say it is truly the best Television show ever created.
It was realistic, believable and logical.
It was Radical, Out of this world, and thought provoking.
It was Rich, Vivid, and easy to relate to.

And the best part is, it tied into our world perfectly without flaw!

Even thought I was hoping for another ending, after watching the journey, I think they deserved more. But that's life.

I can't find fault with the ending.

Ronald D. Moore is pure genius!

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Hello Readers! =D

I'm back with another Blog.

So if you know me I Video Blog and Text Blog quite often. Because of this I'm a firm Believer in RSS or Atom, which are feed systems used to give/get live updates on....stuff. Just Wikipedia it @ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RSS & http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atom_(standard). But anyway, I am a firm Believer in RSS, which is why I am happy to say that Video Blog now comes in Podcast and can be updated via RSS, from Blip.tv. This allows the little player on the Index Page of my Website to display my latest Video Blog, unless I'm just too lazy to update Blip.Tv, lol.

Also I've been reading different bogs and stuffs and I came across a really cool article about a project called Eyeborg on Wired.com gadget blog. Eyeborg is abotu a man who lost his eye and plans to replace it with a prosthetic that contains a wireless Camera that will record every waking moment of his life. A project I can admire, because it combines three things I love: Cameras, Tech, Cybernetics (not really)! Check out the Article at http://blog.wired.com/gadgets/2009/03/video-wireless.html and the Website www.EyeborgProject.com.

Another Blog by my "hero", Bre Pettis, tell about the greatest invention of all time, at last it has been created, I have no idea how the human race has made it with such a Robot! The Frostruder!! http://www.brepettis.com/blog/2009/3/9/frostruder-a-first-design-for-a-frosting-extruder.html! It's far superior to his Sudo Make Me A Sandwich Bot!

Also by Bre is one of the greatest Manifestos in Hackerdom! The Cult of Done.

My Life is going well, I'm looking into getting the G.E.D., at long last, and my Driver Permit, at long last, which means my chances of survival have officially doubled. My Survival rating is now .008 it was .00395! So, yeah~ I'm kind of kicking back right now, but studying as well.

The local U.M.C. is nice, Barbara wants to look into some other churches, but I really like the crowd at First United Methodist, it's very friendly. My only beef, well not even that, I find it funny, is that Larry calls me Keanu. But it's cool! =D

I played a hysterical game of Pool with....I forgot her name.....but I played a game of pool each with Emma and another one (who's name slips my mind) and it was funny. I kept frakking up one way or another.

My next Rant is of course a music rant. Okay I love screamo, but Dashboard Confessionalhas gotten on my last nerve...........be gone with Carrabba! Oy! And onto the good stuff:
The Christian Rock Band, Red. I know I'm a month late, but my Computer situation has been kind of strained. So I finally got around to listening to the Album Innocence & Instinct. Great Album, go buy it, listen to it, love it.
In a more 90s note I've been listening to Ra - Album: Duality - alot, check them out as well, if you want something new (or not so much) to listen to.
Finally, something a bit uplifting would be Chairlift, a Brooklyn based Electro-pop group consisting or Aaron Pfenning, Caroline Polachek, and Patrick Wimberly. Not too mainstream, still indie. I'm a hard time locating some of the songs from their album Does You Inspire You, the album off which the song Bruises came. Their song Bruises can be heard in the latest Apple iPod Nano (Chromatic) commercial.

So yeah. Since my Hard drive switch I've also repaired a lot of the errors and installed my need software, and wanted software. If your Windows or Mac user there is one thing I suggest looking into, that would be Adobe AIR, Adobe Integrated Runtime. A software that allows other applications to run off it and integrate into your computer's desktop and so on. It is what allows me to use my RSS ticker, at the bottom of my screen and Twhirl (my Twitter Application). It also allows tons and tons of different apps to be used, so I would definitely suggest looking into it. I'm currently looking around at several YouTube Apps. can't decide which one I like more.

Anyway, Thank you for reading my Blog! =D

May God Bless,

Brent

 

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 Okay so first off and explaination:
1. Before Barbara moved Hard Drive 1, let's call it Larry, died, software error because it was cut from current in the middle of a diagnostic thingy.
2. I used my second, ready to go hard drive #2, let's call it Bob, for the next three months. It because 1337 (Elite) and I learned to live with and love it without sound.
3. Last night Bobert became unresponsive. A Hardware error that 5u..
3A Bob Died.
3B Bob was a good Hard Drive
3B subi Even he couldn't talk
3B subii so this sucks.....
3B subiii Because I had Adobe AIR apps and iTunes and pictures Google desktop and videos and.... and... yeah that's all.
4. I repaired the software in on Larry shove Larry into the big metal box and shut it so he'd be left alone in a dark machine.
5. Larry now plays sound and works at top proformance after cleaning up unwanted software and old documents that were also...unwanted.

So yeah I saved my music, podcasts, Tv shows, and movies from my iPod to my Archival (my version "My Documents") so I'm relatively happy. Irreplaceable things like photos are lost forever. Although, a good heapin' load of my pictures and photos are spread over the web. Like of Flickr, deviantART, and here.

So upsides:
1. Since this is the original Larry for this computer all the drivers for this computer are already installed properly.
2. Paint Shop Pro X is installed and Paid for here, so I CAN USE IT AGAIN! YAR!
3. YAR!I HAVE SOUND AGAIN!
4. After cleaning up Larry it works considerably better than before.

Downside:
It's still a little slow, from years of use I guess.

So now that the tech talk is out of the way let's move on to modern life.
Okay so life is good. Yeah right. Life sucks.
Anyway! Who wants cookies?
So I've been cool. Unpackign boxes, looking into getting my G.E.D. at last.
That's pretty much it....Yeah I have a boried life XD
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Okay so I downloaded so me cool Applications for my Desktop and Computer. For those of you who don't know I'm a Twitter user. Twitter is a Micro Blogging site for all those things in life that are too small to blog about so I installed Adobe Air (an awesome system by Adobe that allows you to run advanced integrated Apps on your PC) and Twhirl.
Twhirl is an Application that keeps you up to date on your Twitter account (and other sites) and allows you to post independently from Twhirl.
My Twitter is: http://twitter.com/Sakutonosai
I also downloaded Google Desktop. A program that has many applications that can be integrated to the Desktop Such as an Independent GMail App, RSS Reading App, Cool Clock apps, ect.
very handy. Now My desktop is Awesomesauce.
The sad part is since both of these Software are integrated software that is semitransparent Corel Paintshop incapable of taking a screencap..... Sadface~ 

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WHy the title? No Clue. Just wanted to be silly.
Anyway, I'm dead bored. It's eleven hundred seventeen here and I have nothing to do except eat. on top of that, there is no food to cook. Wow, what a way to start a day.
So as you can see, my day's pretty boring so I've been downloading the Entire Discography of the Neue Deutsche Härte band Rammstein. Their first records from the Album Herzeleid is really hard to find, especially records that weren't done live. I apply the controversy of the content to that though. Needless to say I couldn't find one recording of  Weißes Fleisch.
Hum~
None the less I found a few songs.
Such as the Stalker song "Du Riechst So Gut"! (English: You Smell So Good) lol
The English Stalker songs ofcourse are: Every Breath You Take [sting] (as we all know), and You're Beautiful [James Blunt]

Also, Pizza Hut's Pasta is good. I Approve. We tried the Lasagna last night.

Random I know, but it was really good.

Anyway, leave it to an Audiophile HACKER to take an average Durabrand Stereo from WalMart turn it into a Monster. Equiped with Subwoofer a hand made pocket Amplifier that sends the cranked signal to the speakers. Yeah, I got ahead of myself again. ANYWAY!
X< My family is right, I can't just simply leave any piece of electronics alone......

So, on the subject of my Video blog, I still don't have the resources to actually record decent video. I'm still having to cut back on Video Blogging, I'm sad, because I love it, it's fun. And I've made several really cool friends through it.

BUT! I may soon be able to remedy that. I'm looking into buying a Mac Mini or an iMac Desktop and leaving my person Hacked Computer to the lesser duties of Programming and Storage. The white 2GHZ Mac Book is only $999. ... ... ... I know "Only a THousand?" We're talking about a Mac, not a PC. There is close to know visur that  can take it, secondly I know a lot of Hackers and Programmers who use macs.
I've grown up and been self taught on a PC but a Mac should be easy enough to understand.
It's supposed to be twice as User friend as a PC.
My only beef will be is that it'll have Safari, which I dislike more than Internet Explorer. I love Google Chrome, but Google hasn't made a version for Macintosh yet. It really is the best browser ever, built for hte internet as it is now, and very smart, kinda get's to know what you want before you even type it.
That and Macintosh is unhackable (well, kinda. I'm not THAT good. My friend Maximilian knows the code pretty well. Ofcourse numbers is all he knows. What's that line from the Matrix? "You see numbers and letters, right? I see Blonde, brunette.")

I dunno.

Well, I'm off to watch some podcasts and contemplate why the Hekk I'm misery. And Maybe download all the records from Rosenrot, later.

May God Bless You,
Brent/Saku/Whatever-his-name-is



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