Wednesday, 30 November 2011


Okay, so the top image is okay for the time being. It's a picture I took of some glowey sticks.


Basically, me and my friend are starting to kick around a few ideas for the Beethovenist Bible. We've already got a plan of how it will work, and will probably start writing in a few days. So for now, I present to you, a simple idea for what the cover will look like:

Yep, so that's that. In the world of technology, apparently "they" are coming out with a version of LEDs for lamps that's supposed to last something like 25 years. Do you have any idea how long that is?! If you get one as a teenager, your kids (if you buy any) will be able to buy some! So do yourself a favor, and BUY SOME! So, yes. Amazing new technology. You can read more about it here:
And if you're impatient for the Beethovenist Bible to come out, there's lots of info here:
And I'll see you soon.

Monday, 28 November 2011


I apologize for the bobideousness of the current top image. I'm trying to fix it, just wait.

Sunday, 27 November 2011

The Meaning Of Life

The meaning of life is iPads. Go away.

In other news, I've recently made a video parody of Disney Blu-Ray ads. I will include this video at the end of the post, as it is very entertaining.

In the world of Beethovenism, Beethovenists finally have a symbol! Sure, it's more complex than a cross, as christians have, but I personally think it's a lot better, which is kind of funny because I just whipped it up in under five minutes. It can be found on the Kikiwa theorem wiki, and I will also include an image at the end of this post.

In my next post, I'm going to be talking about something very exciting and important, so stay tuned for updates. Anyway, yeah. Thanks for reading this post, and here's your stuff:

The Kikiwa Theorem Wiki

Introducing Disney Blu-Ray:

The Beethovenist Symbol:

And I shall see you soon.

Saturday, 19 November 2011

Dear Cyclists, I Don't Like You Anymore

Today I went for a bike ride in central park with some people with whom I am affiliated. It's pretty nice; a nice big place, and seeing buildings in the background makes it both ironic and serene. But you know those hardcore cyclists, who are always wearing jerseys and these fancy bikes even though all they really do is ride around in parks? Well, these people demonstrated to me today that they are near-sighted jerks. First, a person I know known as Person A tried to ride across the road. Just then, this moronic cyclist who obviously saw Person A didn't stop, or, like, go around them, they decided to yell, "watch it watch it watch it WATCH IT", obviously expecting Person A to reverse time or something. At the last moment I guess they remembered they can turn, so they did, but as they continued on, they decided to shout, "HOLY SHIT!", for whatever reason. I mean, how can you possibly be so dumb?! I mean, there were young kids there, literally toddlers, and parents can thank him if they start saying "shit" around the house. And I might be able to forgive these people if it had been just the one. But it wasn't. Shortly afterwards, a completely different cyclist got cut off by a small child with whom I am also affiliated. When this happened, he proceeded to yell at the child (Person B), even though they were obviously close to tears, had a poor bike and was clearly inexperienced and uncomfortable. I mean, sure, it was a stupid move on Person B's part, but how can he possibly think he's so important that he can just make whatever little girl cry that he wants? This has demonstrated to me that cyclists are usually these ignorant jerks who think that just because they have a fancy shirt and an ostentatious bike, they can just do whatever they want. And these instances aren't the sole foundation of my opinion; it's more like the last straw. I can't count the number of times I've been in a car, going 20 km/h in an 80 zone because there were cyclists cutting the car off even though it's obviously there, it's perfectly easy to go single file and it's a no-passing zone. They just don't care. And that is why I am announcing, CYCLISTS, I DON'T LIKE YOU! I'm sure that not every showoff-y cyclist has the aura of a stereotypical ignorant American, I still hold that they're mostly total jerks.

Wow, I'm probably going to end up insulting a lot of people with this post...

Friday, 18 November 2011

A Thing

Here's a script for a video I might make, because I'm strange like that.

You know who I am.
Indeed, my purpose here is probably quite clear.
And I guess what's off the screen is validated because I can see it.
Fluctuations in quantum space, I guess.
It's where something that's been observed, changes.
Without shifting realities.
Anyway, what I wanted to talk about is the big problem here.
There's a man on the loose who would kill you on sight.
You can't escape him; he has the fastest mode of transportation in existence.
The secret subway.
Actually- no, steve still uses physical thrusters. You can't beat material reconstruction.
Kind of like teleportation, but it's different.
Yeah, I guess, teleportation's impossible.
The space organ uses vibration to calibrate the internal workings of string theory.
There's more than one Walker Man.
They are ageless. They are alive forever, and they're dead forever.
See, that's it. I need people to validate it. Like- here. Here's the script I'm reading off of. Here's a little dalek made of plastiscene. It does a good job of exterminating bugs.
Anyway, Kikiwa. You have to get past the elephant. What's difficult about the elephant is that it has a really, really really long trunk.
And his children. And his hideous wife.
Once you're past them, find the brick. It's somewhere. It's like, you know horcruxes? From harry potter, yeah. He's put his being into that brick. Find the brick. Destroy it. I don't care. The world's in trouble, and someone has to stabilize reality.
No, his security system isn't great. He isn't smart.
He can change his look. You can tell it's him because he reeks of nitroglycerin.
He can change his look. The police can't find him.
Glory days or oppression days?

Sunday, 13 November 2011


As of yesterday, my blog has received 205 views from all over the world! And, the rate of views per month is increasing, but I appreciate it if you share this blog, comment, or any such things! Anyway, thank you to all the people who have read my posts, and... um... yeah.

Friday, 11 November 2011


Hello. I realize it's been a while since I've posted, and one reason for that is that I have a computer anew. But enough about that. Since it's what I often do, I'm just going to talk about some random application or game that I like. And today, it has nothing to do Myst or Riven!

So, about this game. It's a point and click style adventure about this robot thingy. You must save your friend who is also the opposite gender, because apparently robots still have sexual attraction. Anyway, the whole thing is hand-drawn, and it solves a lot of the annoyances of other point and click games such as King's Quest. To name a few, you can't make the game unwinnable, and the implausible holding enormous amounts of stuff in your pockets theory is fixed by the robot eating everything, because apparently he's hollow. It also has a lot of neat ambient music, and the puzzles are usually not arbitrary. However, there are certain times that it seems like they put in a puzzle just for the sake of having a puzzle, unlike Riven where the team spent months trying to make everything seem real. That's not to say I don't like this game. It is a good game, but I'm afraid I still don't like it as much as the Myst series. Although Myst 5 wasn't that great. Anyway, yeah. It is a good game. If you're interested, you can play a demo or buy the full version here: