Inspired by the best TV show in the world.
If your pregnant wife got into an accident, and you could save either the wife or the baby, which one would you save and why?
Your husband and your newborn child are in a burning car, both are unconscious. You only have time to run in and save one, which one do you choose and why?
Please, this is a serious entry and I'd appreciate some serious answers.
I hate it when members give Sal credit for everything. For guides, for tutorials, for the newspaper even. They completely disregard the name at the top of the article, and instead give credit to the man who made this site: Salmoneus.
Granted, Sal has done a lot. (As far as I know) he wrote many of the original guides, he started the forums, and he's helped a lot of people. As amazing as he is, he surely couldn't have written every piece of information on this site, could he?
I just don't see how members (new ones in particular) can give credit to Sal for every single thing on this site. It really annoys me. You put hours, sometimes hundreds of hours into something, and your readers don't even know who wrote it. Now maybe the person who wrote the article doesn't necessarily want credit, but if you're going to give it at least give it to the right person.
I mean... ARGH!
I'm not saying that I was that great of a member when I first started out here, but I knew to give credit where credit was due.
In other news, student counsel elections were today. The weird thing, there was only one grade 9 running for grade 9 representative. I mean, what's the point in trying to sell yourself and write a speech if there's nobody to compete against? :(
Have you ever heard a song that you thought was just so good, that you felt you had to see the music video? And then when you see it, you think "Wow, that video made the song ten times cooler than before." Well
is one of those songs.
After seeing yelo's blog entry with the link to MCR singing "Umbrella" by Rihanna, I was tempted to look up the vid on YouTube and hear the rest of the song. I've heard it before, but I hadn't in quite a while.
So the video starts, and the first 35 seconds of the song is just garbage. I don't really care to listen to this Jay-Z guy. I don't even like rap, and I've heard better rappers than him.
So this video is pretty much soft porn. Can you be wearing less clothes, Rihanna? And yeah, that umbrella is just a prop for prop's sake. It's just a regular umbrella, that's it that's all! <_<
And when she's in that hallway (which I presume is a green screen) not only is the wall getting "brighter" but so is she. Did a high school student work on those effects or something? Last time I checked, people aren't light on the top half and dark on the bottom, not even when there's very bright lights shining on them.
I can't think of anything else so I'll just go ahead and rate it now.
Video: I can't even give this a rating. Let's just say I think it's even worse than
by David Hasselhoff - at least that was entertaining.
Ima try to make more serious entries. I kinda need to practice serious writing and stuff.
Also, something I found amusing. As soon as I post something somewhat intelligent, the posts stop. Kinda sad. And I worked so hard on that limerick!
I had to have an operation on my foot
In short, ingrown toenails suck.
It's kind of funny, I play defense for most games I play (especially soccer). I can take getting kicked in the shin without pads, I can take getting winded by a guy twice my size, I can take mostly anything they throw at me. But an ingrown toenail makes me all :P
And the worst part, I don't even get to miss gym :glasses:
I hate the people who do this. You see them the most on YouTube. I want to rip out their vocal cords and cut off their hands so that they can never go "W00t 1st post" again.
And then the people who don't actually get the first post, but they say it anyway, I just feel sorry them.
I mean come on! If you're going to comment, MAKE IT A GOOD ONE. Actually say, "I really enjoyed that video," or at the very least "lol dat vid suk," because hey, ANYTHING is better than saying "First post!"
Not too long ago on a video on YouTube, I posted something like
And I got a bunch of people saying "You're just upset that you didn't get first post."
First off, I was very disappointed that nobody caught my hilarious joke in my previous entry.
Now for my main point.
Why can girls get away with kicking a guy *down there* while guys can hardly even poke a girl without somebody screaming "sexual abuse!"
Pretty fraked up if you ask me.
And yes, I did watch BSG Razor when it came out on Saturday (as if you care), but I was saddened to hear that this will be the final season. :(
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Why do so many people go "EDIT: Spelling + Grammar"? I don't care and I don't see why anybody would. If you're trying to be humble by admitting your mistakes, you're an idiot.
I don't know. It's almost as though they expect somebody to go
"Why did you edit your post at 3:15? Trying to hide something? Is there something you're not telling us?"
if they don't say why they edited.
Hello sir and/or madam. If you could just mosey on down and be clicking that there "Read more..." it would be much appreciated. Thank you. Filler filler filler filler filler filler filler filler filler filler. Click that --->
Old news, but YUSSSSS
Why don't I like posting? I mean, why am I so worried about what people will think of me? If somebody posts something negative, even if it's not rude in any way, I always take it really bad and start to doubt myself, and I usually end up asking for my topic to be closed.
Even if they do post something nice, I always take it as if they're trying to be nice. That they're just saying that so they won't hurt my feelings or something, which again makes me doubt myself.
I have no problem with posting in blogs or pming people. I don't know why, I'm just afraid of the forums.
Seriously, does anybody else do this? <_<
This is the millionth time it's been mentioned, but what's up with signing your post, let alone your blog? Don't get me wrong, I don't hate the person, but signing your post makes no sense at all. It's pretty much the same as wearing a name tag wherever you go and ending every few sentences of a conversation with somebody by pointing at your name tag and going, "Hey I'm Goliath by the way," while making a funny face.
You have avatars and sigs for a reason; To make it so that people can easily tell who's posting without having to check the username all the time. On top of that you have your username right to the left in bold lettering so you can check just to make sure whose post it is. But then you have to go and sign your name at the bottom too, with a smiley of course, or maybe a few of these things ~~~
I just really want to know why you guys do it. You got into the habit, I know. But why don't you stop? It's almost as though you're afraid that if you stop, something like this is going to happen:
So yeah... Why?
And think about the health benefits of not signing your post. You just might slow that carpal tunnel thing down. A few thousand posts... it adds up.
I'm not talking about Dissentor. I was just purposely spelling "this" wrong.
What's with people adding their birth year to their name? Info1994, Lilshu1990, Mcintron1993.
I just don't get it. Why do you do this?
You know what I'd love? A more serious sub-forum of Scape Lounge. It'd be nice to have games that actually make sense and actually require some thinking.
Probably wouldn't be all that popular, but it'd be nice to actually have some intelligent games.
[extract][/extract]Superheroes do a whole bunch of swinging and fighting and jumping and flying. What on earth do they eat that gives them all that energy? Nathan Petrelli must have to eat a hell of a lot to fly across the world and all that.
Superman I can kind of understand, as he gets his powers from the sun. But wow, he must be the most efficient solar cell in the universe to produce that kind of energy.
In other news, I had a web design project which my teacher thinks I "cheated" on. I did the project in DreamWeaver and that's apparently the same thing as copying an essay from the internet and claiming it as your own. Because of this I'm getting a lower mark than I would have gotten (I would have had perfect). DreamWeaver doesn't tell you what to do and what to code. I did all the coding myself, coding which took well over 8 hours to do. Her reasoning is ridiculous.
It pains me to look at these.
What were these guys thinking?
Also, a pretty cool tool. Scroll to the bottom of the page, submit a site and it tells you how much the colour scheme sucks or something.