Frostey's Mind Unplugged

Wednesday, June 29, 2005

The president and the war.

In the New York Times today, I have read an article about George W. Bush making a speech about how the Iraqi War is, "worth the sacrifice:"
"Sacrifice in Iraq is good, since it's vital to the future security of our country [the U.S. of A.]"
-George W. Bush at Fort Dragg on 28th June A.D. 2005

"Killing 1,000,000 people is good, because they are possibly going to, in a 1 : 432,432,767,467.432 chance, attack us [the U.S. of A.]; besides, I like having my country being hated! Oh, and two more things: 1.: Killing people is good. 2.: We are going to attack Norway, because I think they will steal all of our paintings. Now, I hope you enjoy being terrified and pissed off. ^_^ "
- A very absurd U.S. president as of 2001-2008, at Fort Dragg on 28th June A.D. 2005
-Eben "Frostey"

Tuesday, June 28, 2005

I guess this counts as last week's post, then.

*Sigh* As usual, I'm sorry I didn't update my blog last week; I didn't mean to, etc., etc.
So, it is now the end of my school term for now- exactly on this day; this was because my town experienced more than 5 snow days, like.
Now, currently, I have, say, over 20 flash film ideas that I have written; I am working on one of the films on the list, but I havn't been able to work on the stuffs for a while, really.
Recently my family has been thinking of going to Banff, Canada; now, orignally, my family has been thinking of going to these following European countries: Germany, Italy and -I think- Austria; however, we were too late! Augh! Gosh! Bloody! Uff DÃ¥! Foutise! Etc.!

Anyway, about the blogpost about how I said, "I hated patriotism," I don't really hate anything anymore, I would just say that I thought it could be overdone, or have bad beliefs.
For example, I don't really hate the U.S. of A., but I think it's annoying somtimes when people put the U.S. flags all over their gym [i.e. Rex Kwon Do in Napoleon Dynomite -ed]. For an example, click here for somthing annoying.

-Eben "Frostey"

Saturday, June 18, 2005

My paintballing inbetweener

Hallo. Recently, I have been interested in this blog hosted by a Norwegian immigrant friend of mine. Here's the link: here. It is very interesting. It is not in Norwegian, so go ahead if you speak English, but not Norwegian.

So, anyway, no stories about the bagel place today because nothing I did there was anything special. But, I have a little thing to tell about someone that I meet alot.
Usually, I whenever he goes up to me, he starts saying rubbish like, "I can take down a bunch of beer bottles with a paintball gun," or, "my ex-girl friend's father is CEO of whateverwhatever," or, "I have a paintball team and a bunch of my friends have joined it," or, "I am in the navy," and so on.
Whenever I tell him, "no, offence, but you are obviously lying," he just gasps at me. He says they are completely true!! Well, I guess I would believe him, then - but I find it colossally hard to believe.
-Eben "Frostey"

Monday, June 06, 2005

Attention People Who Have Been Spending too Much on Lattes!

So, wow. I finished all my homework...and read 50 pages of my Comic Fantasy 2 book.
So, I have read an article on how people have been suffering from buying too many money-eating Lattes. It read that people have been suffering because of the fact that they are thinking they could only buy them! That is not true. I know how to make Lattes without having to buy the real, expensive, thing! In fact, I'm drinking a non-commercial Latte right now.
Anyway, to cure the problem here's what to do to make the Latte.
  • milk/ soymilk/ whatever type of milk you use that is not chocolate
  • coffee mix
  • hot water
  • sweetener
  • flavored extract
  1. Get a mug and pour a half the mug with water (big, round mug is suggested).
  2. Pour the other half with milk.
  3. Put in sweetener, extract, coffee mix.
  4. Put much - but not all - of the the wet ingredients into a blender.
  5. Turn the blender on for 30 seconds approx.
  6. Pour the wet ingredients into the mug (save some of it for later if you can't pour all of it in.
  7. Drink it!
-Eben "Frostey

Those bloody fake domain names!

I have recently got myself a domain name for my webpage, which is; got tooken by yet another silly, usless, search webpage.
What I have been noticing earlier this year is how there have been so many people getting usless domian names. I mean, it can be a waste of money, really.
A kind of usless domain name that I noticed - was a version of the orignal address, but with a different nationallity. This has happened to One of the fake domains are, which used to be just a white backround with text that read, "I was raised by a cup of coffee."
Anyway, I have updated my webpage (it didn't sound like it, did it?) with a Canada Day film, a 404 page, and, outside the webpage, I have made a Flickr account.
-Eben "Frostey"

Saturday, June 04, 2005

The theory of how the english language started.

Many people don't happen to know how the English language got started. Many people think it's a great language, but - after learning a tiny bit of Norwegian - I think think that the English language is too complex. I mean, while the Norwegians have one suffix for one type of word (I.E. "et," for past tence verb) , we use like, 4,932,438,473,627,436,743,767,267,637 suffixes for nouns, verbs, adjectives, whatever. Anyway, I have a theory of how this whole mess started.
Back incredibly long ago, when the Englishmen were escaping from Rome, one child who was studying on how to speak Latin totally flunked out (just like the soon-to-be immigrants from Rome-to-France and Rome-to-Spain). The man -er- child was a liberal, so he taught the other Englishmen how to speak this messed up language, then;! I thought I would have more things to say in this story. Oh bloody well.
-Eben "Frostey"