Title: The Noremakk Mini-blog!
Noremakk - October 11, 2007 04:12 AM (GMT)
As Malons suggested, we should all have our own mini-blogs; so here's mine! Special rules apply to mini-blogs; you're allowed double-posting, but only one post per day. If you have something extra to say, edit and use dividers:
Like that. Or something cooler
Like that. or you can use
:Zombie: :ninja: :yarr: :robot:
'cause that's awesome.
Anyways, you guys can make your own blogs too. The "Puny Insignificant News" section would be a good place for it. However, if you find anything more important than your silly little personal issues and personal interests, then post it in its own topic! :O
Noremakk - October 11, 2007 04:20 AM (GMT)
Mercury Meltdown Revolution comes out today! I'm off to buy it sometime this weekend. Woohoo for me. I must buy.
Just for those who do not know about MMR, it's a game like Marble Madness or Super Monkey Ball, but you can change its consistency and size with switches and pads and whatnot to solve puzzles. It's been out for a few months in Europe, and the brits are all loving the game. Must buy.
Noremakk - October 11, 2007 10:09 PM (GMT)
I gots to do lotsa piano theory. LOTS. Like 10 pages. And each page takes like 15 mintes each. Plus homework. And I've gotta do this all before 5:00. STRESSFUL! Plus we ahve these doodz in our house installing a new kitchen countertop and whatnot. No table to do my theory on! :(
What am I to do??
Noremakk - October 13, 2007 02:08 AM (GMT)
The day, to-day.
Block 1: Foods really really early in the morning. I have a morning (7:00 A.M.) foods class this morning. We made home-made granola bars; mine and my friend Chris (who was my cooking partner today)'s turned out really well. Too bad I forgot to bring them home.
Block 2: Band. Music. Fairly regular.
Block 3: French - Our portable was condemned, so we're in the portable where the "troubled" students normally go. We get couches. :D Other than that, though, I had to sit through boring projects. I drifted off after a bit.
Lunch! I ate. Spoke with friends. Woohoo.
Block 4: Science. We blew up Hydrogen :D It was fun.
Block 5: Engrish. This is with my favourite english teacher. I didn't do my homework, though, so he was my favourite pissed off english teacher. It wasn't my fault; I'm just forgetful. :P
Afterwards, I went to my friend's house and played video games for a while. Then came home. fun.
Noremakk - October 15, 2007 01:34 PM (GMT)
Monday: euhhnn.... It's early. I don't feel like doing this today. I feel like Ze Frank, telling himself that he's "a pretty princess", but I'm not motivated to jump up and put on a cape and tiara and run around the room advertising said costume.
I don't know why I don't feel sleepy, though; I only got about 6 hours of sleep last night. Sure, it may seem okay to you guys, but I don't drink Coffee or Rockstar, no caffiene. I'm used to 8-10 hours on the weekends, just 'cause I can sleep that long. 6 hours a night may not seem like much, but it piles up.
We rented movies. From Blockbuster. And it got me thinking: how many other people have seen these movies? How many times have these discs spun 'round real fast in some different DVD player? These kinds of questions bug me, because I know that I'll never know. To be able to know would require RFID tags in everything, and a government that allows people to spy on the happenings of everything and everyone all the time.
And it's that sense of insecurity that somebody may be watching me at this moment that kicks in right about there. I double-take over my shoulder, I open doors Sam Fischer-style, my left hand constantly a fist, my right hand out ever so slightly to be extra momentum moving backwards as my left flies forwards. I've come close to punching holes in my walls many times. But that scar on my eyebrow reminds me: it's not good to do dive-rolls indoors. I figured that out the hard way, involving a sharp-eged bookshelf. <_<
But back to the DVDs. Why can I not fathom who has watched these before? Is it just too eerie to imagine someone completely unidentifiable using what is sitting on the stool beside my chair, in my home? Or is it the fact that quite possibly a friend of mine watched this, then sent it back. We all send them back; We have to. In this way, movies are like Karma; the worse they are, the faster they are returned.
My family is starting to wake up and come downstairs to greet me; I feel a lot less tired. Thank you, people.
Noremakk - October 16, 2007 01:17 PM (GMT)
Whoa, reading what I wrote yesterday... I'm good at writing! :P What do you guys think about yesterday's post? I have little time this morning for writing due to morning classes, so I'll just talk about the last post. There, I did. Wahey.
What do you guys think? This isn't just a monologue, it's a conversation between me and you where what I say is several paragraphs long.
Noremakk - October 17, 2007 01:29 PM (GMT)
Eurrkay, so nobody else liked monday's post, or maybe they didn't feel like reading it. Whatever. Today is wednesday, and I'm feeling tired, but normal. Sitting here way too early in the morning listening to The Killers, I feel completely at home, if a bit bored and jittery. I haven't been playing a console for the last week, but I've been playing a ROMulated version of Chrono Trigger (did you really think I would lay down 80$ on ebay? Hell, no...) on my computer, and I'm about 1/3 of the way through.
Mercury Meltdown Revolution comes out tomorrow, I just hope the store gets a shipment on time. It wouldn't be the first time that the game is late. <_<
I have actually very little to say today, except that you should all check the topic Malons made in the music section entitled "Thy Unveiling", scroll down to the bottom and download "Feeling Good" by Muse from where I've uploaded it.
Noremakk - October 22, 2007 01:40 PM (GMT)
I R Back frum teh vaykayshun. I R Happeh. I R likin me peurst teurdee buckyouse I R hahveen nose gramdas. ueur slplellieng.
But in all seriosity, (don't even try to tell me that's not a word) I can't find Mercury Meltdown Revolution ANY-Chicken!ING-WHERE!! They didn't make enough copies; I need to phone up the giant EB that's like an hour's drive away. They should have a copy....
Noremakk - November 6, 2007 02:16 PM (GMT)
I think it's about time I filled out another day in my log of absolutely stupid stuff that happens to me.
I have "marks cutoff" this friday; it means that I have to get all my work in. It also means that all my teachers that didn't really do anything suddenly are all like "oh shit, we need to do something!" My awesome english teacher (who sounds more and more like what you may become if you go teacher, Malons) swore at a student; probably from stress, but it was funny.. "How do you think you can get away with that kind of bullshit?!" Still, we were all kind of used to it; his class is the one place we're completely unafraid to express ourselves any which way we want.
In other news, I bought Battalion Wars 2 (see the topic in the Video Games section for more info) and I'm on the preorder list (well, it's more of a waiting list now that the game's come out) for Guitar Hero III.
Other than that, I really have very little free time; I'll finish your sig soon enough, Malons, I promise... I just can't find a way to make it awesome. <_<
Malons - November 6, 2007 10:39 PM (GMT)
All our teachers swear at us like ten times worse than that. I love my ghetto school. The new principal is trying to make it better but he can't.
Noremakk - November 7, 2007 04:14 AM (GMT)
Today I had 2 tests; one in Japanese, one in math. I used my iPod in math to tune out Tyson (he's the most annoying creature ever to frequent my life... I strangled him half-unconscious a couple years ago for being a complete prick) screaming "BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH" repeatedly, but my math teacher got pissed because he had said specifically "no iPods in my classroom" so he confiscated it and now I need one of my parents to go and get it from him.
I was so close to just acting like Neo when he was interrogated by the Agent Smiths and just saying "how 'bout this: I give you the finger, and you give me my fucking property back before I sue you." But I know it'd turn out a lot better if I just get me dad to pick it up for me. Or pick his pocket. Either one. :D