Archives: June, 2006

Amazing Shaman PvP Video

Friday, June 30th, 2006

And as an added bonus, it’s a shaman on my server!

I present Nii, of , in this great 30/0/21 (and briefly 31/0/20) PvP video in both Google Video and FileFront formats:

Streaming, Fast Download:
MUCH better quality, recommended:;5197868;;/fileinfo.html

8 Ways to kill someone using an iPod Nano

Friday, June 30th, 2006


1. Break it in half with your hands (very easy to do) and use the glass viewing screen’s broken edge as a razorblade to slice the jugular when they are looking the other way.

2. Take off one sock (a dress or tube sock; pantyhose will work in a pinch), place the Nano in the sock, swing it around as fast as you can (being careful to not hit yourself), and whack the intended target right on the temple.

3. Take the reflective shiny part and catch the sun’s ray and shine it in a vehicle driver’s eyes, or if you are at a rock concert and the lead singer is prancing around on a center stage that protrudes into the audience like a phallus, you can use the same technique.

4. The cord on the earbud headphones can be used to strangle someone. A knee in the back can give extra leverage.

5. Dig a pit about 5 feet deep, then take about 15 3-foot-long stakes 2 inches in diameter and sharpen one end to a fine point, like a very sharp pencil. Jam the sticks at least a foot into the ground, with the sharp ends pointing up. Cover the hole with pine boughs, grass, and leaves. Treat the Nano like a slice of cheese pizza in a deep, hot oven and place it gently in the middle.

6. Carefully unstaple a tea bag and pour the contents on a plate. Break into the lithium-ion battery pack and saturate the tea with the battery’s poison, then dry the tea in the sun (or with a hair dryer if you are in a hurry). Put tea back in tea bag and bend the staple back to its original position. Put the tea bag back where you got it.

7. Download to the Nano “We’ve Only Just Begun” by the Carpenters. Tell someone you will give him or her your Nano if they listen to that song a hundred times in a row.

8. Hide the Nano in a bowl of lutefisk, then take it to the annual Norsefest Lutefisk Eating Competition in Madison, Minnesota

Best game for when you’re bored!

Tuesday, June 27th, 2006

Try this:

Close your eyes, wiggle around your mouse, and guess where it is! You could be a winner! (Windows XP w/ shadowed mouse only.)

Turn Windows XP in Windows Vista!

Sunday, June 11th, 2006

Using the transformation package here, you can transform your boring old Windows XP into the shiny new Aero theme from Windows Vista. This package includes everything: icons, logons, boot screens, sounds, and of course, the theme.

Here’s a screenshot of my desktop, and of this post!

Signature for a friend

Saturday, June 10th, 2006

I made this picture for a friend. He uses it in various forum signatures:

Pie is more than Cake

New Page – On My iPod

Tuesday, June 6th, 2006

Learn a little more about my music preferences on the new page here.

Black and Blue

Monday, June 5th, 2006

A couple friends from school are developing a Halo 2 series based on Red vs Blue called Black and Blue. You can check out their first episode and trailer here. From what I understand, they have many more episodes either written or nearing completion. Enjoy!

Spider Spider Spider FANKRISS

Monday, June 5th, 2006

The most recent horror from Cuttlefish comes in the form of a flash movie! Based on the popular Badger Badger Badger flash movie comes a brand new feature! Check out Spider Spider Spider!

The movie depicts monsters from the Fankriss fight in World of Warcraft. I got the idea while Nalk was lying dead and someone in Ventrilo yelled out “Ack it’s a snake!”


I’ve been found out!

Monday, June 5th, 2006

Finally, some researchers at Ryerson University have developed a technology very similar to the version I perfected years ago. Their version of a robotic student allows the actual human to stay at home while a robot attends class for them at school. The only difference between their technology and my own is that my robot looks much more human, while theirs looks much more like a machine.

Read the full article here: