Monday, December 31, 2007

A Note I Wrote

A note I wrote to someone who reviews artists...

I'm an artist, but you wont find typical art on my site. I consider free speech an art too, so even though seemingly dry in taste, I take great effort in creating such works that make a reader feel as though they're grinding their mind on sandpaper. I do however create traditional works of art you can find when you explore my site, for even a short while. I do hope you will enjoy!

Sunday, December 30, 2007

My parents named me...

My parents named me "The Shit" so people would know I was The Shit. Now that I'm a major, people just call me Major Shit.


SHHH!!!!! Listen very carefully... I don't know what I'm talking about....

I Love You

Even so with my passion for justice, though lately unfortunately wavering, I thought by now not that I would be so afraid to even tell my friends of best that I love them, because of the notions which it dost imply depending on the audience, even though privacy is supposedly present, eaves dropping I haveth fear which makes the perception of mein thoughts unaveared to be so quickly settled as to the assumption of their most not understood intentions, even by myself, though I do seek adamantly. My love is there and goes no where but everywhere, with or without implications, fornications, misunderstatements, misabravement, fear, or pretty, spoken, broken, and dozen a token statements.

From this was inspired "Thong Attention" on

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Yoshiro Nakamatsu

Yoshiro Nakamatsu (中松 義郎, Nakamatsu Yoshirō?), born June 26, 1928, also known as Dr. NakaMats, is a Japanese inventor claiming to hold the world record for number of inventions with over 3,000, including "PyonPyon" spring shoes and the basic technology for the floppy disk, the CD, the DVD, the digital watch, CinemaScope, and the taxicab meter.[1][2] Nakamatsu claims that he licensed about a dozen of his patents related to the floppy disk technology to IBM Corporation in 1979, but the details of the arrangement are confidential.[1] A spokesman for IBM said that the company has an "ongoing relationship" with Nakamatsu,[1] and, in another media report, said that the company owns the legal patent to the floppy disk and that it reached several nonexclusive patent agreements with Nakamatsu in the late 1970s to avoid conflicts.[3]

Nakamatsu has appeared on several American TV shows, including Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous and Late Night with David Letterman.[2]

He was awarded the 2005 Ig Nobel prize for Nutrition, for photographing and retrospectively analyzing every meal he has consumed during a period of 34 years (and counting). The goal of Nakamatsu is to live over 140 years old.[4]

In 2007, Nakamatsu became a candidate in the 2007 gubernatorial election in Tokyo, and also ran for the Upper House election, but failed to get a seat. [1][2] He is known for frequently entering and losing elections in Tokyo.[citation needed]

Nakamatsu's Official website in English:

More information on Dr. Nakamats: (Becomming Governor) Says his secret to Creative Genius Japan's "Thomas Edison"
  1. ^ a b c Lazarus, David (1995-04-10). 'Japan's Edison' Is Country's Gadget King : Japanese Inventor Holds Record for Patent. International Herald Tribune. Retrieved on 2007-10-12.
  2. ^ a b Thompson, Charles "Chic". The Edison of Japan: An Interview with Dr. Yoshiro Nakamats. First published in Thomson's book What a Great Idea!: The Key Steps Creative People Take, Perennial (HarperCollins), 1992. ISBN 0-06-096901-6
  3. ^ Hornyak, Tim (January 2002). Dr. NakaMats: Japan's Self-Proclaimed Savior. Japan Inc. Retrieved on 2007-10-13.
  4. ^ Grayson, Ian. "'NakaMats': Creative mind is the key", CNN, May 8, 2006. Retrieved on 2007-10-13.
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Monday, December 17, 2007

Backward Rotating Part Of Milky Way

My response to this:
Blog Catalog Popular Science Group Topic (Which involces a Yahoo News Story)

" It may also be possible that it isn't rotating at all, it's just sitting still and everything else is just moving around it.

From standing on the shore of a river, it looks like the river is moving, but if you have lived your whole life going down a river, it would seem as if the shore is moving.

I'm not saying that's what it is, just a possibility. "

Sunday, December 16, 2007

Poor Mistake

Wow, the promotion "Gifts To Grow" where you enter points for each pack of diapers you buy (so more than 10 boxes of diapers, which is over $200) and we saved up a whopping 61 points. We clicked on a toy for our daughter to redeem for "free" and it turns out you have to pay shipping. For a book that probably cost $2.00 in an expensive store, you have to pay $3.66 shipping! LOL! Taste the sarcasm. That's what it costs when your inconsiderate of peoples time. Maybe you were trying to do something good? Yeah, I'm going to open up a homeless shelter where I charge rent, and a soup kitchen where I charge per the pound.

No wonder the first thing out of stock is "Free Blockbuster Movie Rental." I thought it was just parents rather having a free movie for themselves over a free toy for their kid. It's probably just smart parents who realize the shipping price for those supposedly free toys cost more than the toys themselves, except I suppose, if you live in new york, maybe the toys cost more there since everything else seems to. But I live in Maryland, we have Wal Marts, K Marts, and Flea Markets here, things are cheap. 13 page books don't cost $3.66, they cost 97 cents.

Wow pampers. Maybe you should learn "value vs cost." You wasted my time. Hopefully the free blockbuster movies will be back in stock. Also, corporations like yourself usually have brains enough to work out some kind of deal with postal companies, especially when it's for kids, if you haven't learned that by now, I fear your company is doomed and that's sad, because you make good diapers. Maybe you should just include free block buster rentals in your boxes? More people would buy them, and you'd save more people time.

Maybe I'm just being to hard. My Native American Sioux brethren call me "yuo huiyue tat" which in English means "stands with a BFG" so maybe that says something. Just joking, I made that Sioux stuff up, my Indian side is mostly Cherokee anyway.

Friday, December 14, 2007 Spammers

Today my Yahoo email account was violated. Someone sent links to everyone in my address book to go to "," and because I didn't send it nor give anyone permission to, it must have been a spammer who hacked my easy password. Luckily, they didn't change it, so now I've made it difficult enough that I'll probably forget it.

It seems haoyuebay pretends to be ebay. Once someone goes to their site, they probably steal peoples passwords then commit online fraud like most companies who do this, buying stuff using someone else's eBay account and/or paypal, maybe even stealing the credit card numbers. They're called "phishers."

Wednesday, December 12, 2007


Being an INTP personality type, as the test I have taken has told me I am (literally, it spoke to me, called me names, just joking!), I am going to have to use my intuition in mentioning my name here, as it will be useful for people finding this this article.

David Rader II personality type
Introverted (I) 51.28% Extroverted (E) 48.72%
Intuitive (N) 70.37% Sensing (S) 29.63%
Thinking (T) 62.16% Feeling (F) 37.84%
Perceiving (P) 57.14% Judging (J) 42.86%

You can find out your for MBTI personality type (Byers Briggs Type Indicator) free too by answering the questions on this page:

Other explanations of an INTP:


From what I've read on Similar Minds (elsewhere, and assumed), it's good to take multiple tests to find a more accurate result. So, I took a second test at and received my personality type as "INTJ."


* moderately expressed introvert
* very expressed intuitive personality
* slightly expressed thinking personality
* moderately expressed judging personality

Other explanations of INTJ:
While I would say I'm discerning, I wouldn't consider myself a judgmental person. I can tell the difference between two things very well, but I am very slow to judge because as far as what is ultimately good or bad (as judging implies to judge the rightness or wrongness of something "definitively"), I am not sure I know the ultimate truth of whether specific things are ultimately good or bad.

Monday, December 10, 2007

Interesting Spam

Within the past week I stumbled across a blog that looked like noone had touched for quite some time and it had some unlreated spam on it. Apparently this spam (who's phone numbers I've changed to ZERO's) is trying to attack the psyche of readers. I don't think I've seen an attempt at spamming quite like this.

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Psychologically preying spam seems even more immoral than normal spam. Who thought it could get any worse? lol...

Sunday, December 09, 2007

Two New Books!

My birthday is about 9 days away now, but my wife decided to get and give me an early birthday present! Well, two presents actually!

The first one is one I've been wanting for over a year, but didn't want to read until I had really gotten a chance to get into Dalai Lama, His Essential Wisdom. Now that I've reinforced my inner peace with the Dalai Lama's help, I'm ready to read the Art of War, by Sun Tzu! It was originally written about 8,000 years ago and it's even more popular today (hey, we have printing machines now!). She bought it at Barnes and Noble, but you can find it on eBay too. The book was originally written in Chinese as well, so you may find many supposed authors of this book, but they're more closely related to "interpretors" in my opinion.

The second book is called "Mind Games" by Michael Powell. It's one of those books that you can pick up and flip to any page to sharpen your mind. It's also the kind of book that if you leave laying around, guests will pick it up and enjoy it as well, without having to really get into it. Two pages worth of reading can leave them just as fulfilled as if they read twenty. Because some of the concepts are somewhat difficult to grasp, it might be best if they only read a few pages anyway. It would be fantastic for a waiting room. Sure, lots of people would touch it and get germs all over it, but there's no perfume samples in it, so they probably wont be rubbing it all over their bodies. The tips in this book probably wont really get old for over 100 years too. They're somewhat eclectic.

Special thanks to Book Calendar, who gives in depth literary opinions for inspiring me to put my two cents in about books.

Saturday, December 08, 2007

Lots of Pics - And Getting Paid Too!

I signed up on a while back... It's great for hosting images free, and you also get paid for it! Here are some of my images on there: