Monthly Archives: December 2006

The New Year

The New Year is coming. I hope we can all feel as fresh and alive as the day implies. It’s the world’s birthday (at least its socially accepted one) and its time to celebrate. Forgive your old grievances, call an old friend, say hello to that girl/boy you like. Kiss somebody… anybody. It may be an arbitrarily set date, but its as good an excuse as any to start all those things you ever wanted to start, and forget all those things you always wanted to forget.

Back to silly blogging or better writting soon!


The Holidays

This holiday season, forgot religion, forget “the war on christmas” I don’t care if you’re Christian, Jewish, Hindu, Muslim, atheist, or anything else. It is the coldest time of year and when we most need to have turned on our warmest human spirit. It been a hard and scary year and we are all in this together, so give someone a hug, wish them a happy whatever and feel some love.

With love,


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Merry Christmas


Global Orgasm Day

Get your significant other, fuck buddy, favorite toy, or right/left hand ready folks. Its time to orgasm while thinking about peace, and fill this world with positive energy. That’s right, Is Global Orgasm Day.

To lazy to read a site? Watch The Video that explains what the hell is going on, and why this is actually legitimately interesting.

To lazy to click annoying links? Best parts below (but the video really sums it up quite well.)

The Event

WHO? All Men and Women, you and everyone
you know.

WHERE? Everywhere in the world, but especially in countries with weapons of mass destruction.

Winter Solstice Day – Friday, December 22nd,
at the time of your choosing, in the place of your choosing and with as much privacy as you choose.

WHY? To effect positive change in the energy field of the Earth through input of the largest possible surge of human energy a Synchronized Global Orgasm. There are two more US fleets heading for the Persian Gulf with anti-submarine equipment that can only be for use against Iran, so the time to change Earth’s energy is NOW!

The Science

The Global Consciousness Project (, runs a network of Random Event Generators (REGs) around the world, which record changes in randomness during global events. The results show that human consciousness can be measured to have a global effect on matter and energy during widely-watched events such as 9/11 and the Indian Ocean tsunami. There have also been measurable results during mass meditations and prayers.

The Zero Point Field or Quantum Field surrounds and is part of everything in the universe. It can be affected by human consciousness, as can be seen when simple observation of a subatomic particle changes the particle’s state.

We hope that a huge influx of physical, mental and spiritual energy with conscious peaceful intent will not only show up on Princeton’s REGs, but will have profound positive effects that will change the violent state of the human world.

View a demonstration of how it all works.

Duking it Out in Style

Tony vs. Paul

They are sweet and they are well aware. There is a bit of stop motion masturbation, where they only do something to show they can, but that’s hip with me. Enjoy.

spotted on Absolute Moral Authority

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ZeFrank – Baseline

No inside jokes, just some good views.

I am really going to try and take this to heart. I have been beating my self up for beating my self up, getting depressed about being depressed, getting anxious of being anxious, and being happy about being happy. That last one doesn’t seem so bad, but it seems odd. I want to avoid stacking emotions and feel what’s there to be felt. Ride the highs that are meant to be high, and simply accept that yes, some things suck, but I should be upset about being sad that something suck. These are the evil middlemen

I am also trying to be more creative, so expect some lots more photos, a few doodles, a youtubeish video or two, and maybe even a short story coming up. But don’t get your hopes to high until Winter break.

Also expect some writing on this blog now, not just simple regurgitation of silly crap I find online. I will continue to provide the service of filtering you guys the highlights of my wasted hours on the intertubes and blag-o-sphere’s but begin to provide some opinions, explanations, and original work.

Oh, and I have a new browser recommendation for anybody who uses flickr, photobucket, or has a blog of any kind; Flock. They are a Firefox based web browser (meaning they started with Firefox’s open source code) and it has all kinds of neat tools. I am actually writing this entry on their blogging tool. Its quite nice. Check them out at

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So Pretty I Squealed Girly Like


Explanation: Last Thursday evening, stars were not the only lights in Iowa skies. Spectacular northern lights also shone from the heavens, extending across the midwestern USA and other locations not often graced with auroral displays. The wide-ranging auroral activity was triggered as a large solar flare – an energetic cloud of particles blasted outward from the Sun a few days earlier – collided with planet Earth’s magnetosphere. Alerted to conditions ripe for aurora, photographer Stan Richard recorded this apparition over Saylorville Lake, near Des Moines, Iowa, USA. While the colorful rays seem to end just above the water, they are actually at altitudes of 100 kilometers or more.