Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Christmas Vacation

Hooray! Today (Dec. 20th) is the last day of school! For 2006 at least. This means a few things, A. My blog will not be updated nearly as much as I have been. (Considering the recent Computer Issues.) I'll only be able to update it on my dad's computer at home, (which will never happen) since I won't beable to update it during 6th period.

So, just consider this a vacation post. I'll be "vacationing" over the break from computers. *Sniffle* JK

Friday, December 15, 2006

Domain Name

Ok, that's it. I can't decide. I really want a domain name, and $6 a year really isn't that much. Although I don't know if I should...

What do you fellow readers say? (Please vote on the poll to the right, leave comments and reasons here if you want.)

Thursday, December 14, 2006


What is popularity? Who are "the popular people?" If this question was asked to the public, a variety of people would come up. Different groups of people would come up. Popularity can be described as a number of different things. For example, some people would call the cheerleaders popular. Why? Because everybody likes them right? Well, some people would count the popular people as the class idiots. A.K.A. class clowns. They're the people who show off, and act stupid on purpose in class. Why? Because everybody likes them right?
To skip to the point, popularity varies within the different "groups" of people. People consider other people popular than others. As for me? I don't really care about the groups, or a "popularity" rating. Mainly because of two reasons. 1st, I don't care what other people think. I just prefer to to do what I want, and act like myself. Not how society wants me to act. I think that's just stupid. 2ndly, well, I don't have a 2ndly anymore. I pretty much combined them in the 1st one.
Still don't get my point? Here, I'll give you some examples. First, the cheerleaders. They (along with others) think everybody likes them. (Now, I'm going to try and be non-bias here, but... just read on.) This isn't true. I have a few friends who are completely racist against cheerleaders. Sounds weird, but true. They HATE the cheerleaders. We had a dance at our school, where you had to pay to get in, and it was some kinda fund-raiser for the cheerleaders. They refused to go to it. Another example, me! Yay! OK, I won't use me as an example... How about Dan? Some people, (like the cheerleaders for example) wouldn't consider him "popular" or whatever. Others do. I can think of at least one person. Get my point? If not, I'm not going to stay talking about this one subject forever. Just go ask your friends to come to my awesome blog, and have them read it, THEN they can explain what all this gibberish means.

Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Computer Update

Finally! My computer is being repaired, and it should be up and working soon. The picture to the left is the current progress. Anyhow, if and when I get my computer back, I'll finally be able to blog at will! And if I think of a good domain name, I won't forget it before I have the chance to test it at school...

As far as the domain name is going however, at first I wanted to try and be "more professional" than what my other sites and blogs have been. I've just decided it would be easier to simply go with something that suits my site, and not try and be so, blah. I do know that the domain name I thought of had something to do with a river. It was actually pretty cool, and I liked it, but now I haven't the slightest idea of what it was. Darn. The problem with river, is that the ones I was thinking of (at first) were things like, flowing river, or running river. When you put the two words together, you get... flowingriver. To me, it looks like it says flowin griver. I also thought of one, where the 1st word ended with a d, (I think it was floodedriver) and it looked like it said "driver," not river.
So pretty much, I've thought of some cool ones I've liked, but none I'm completely happy with. Plus, there is still one more thing concerning this whole domain name thing. Do I really need one? To be completely honest, the main reason I wanted one, is Dan had one, and it's pretty cool how he has his own domain name. (Actually, he has more than one, but that's not the point.) However, if you look at his hit counter, he has over 8,800 hits now. I barely have over 100, most of which is me. As I've been thinking about it, I really don't think I need to spend money on a domain, (even if it IS only $6 a year.) until I actually generate some hits, and have at least committed to a site for awhile. THEN I could think about purchasing one. Until then however, it's always fun to think up domain names, and if I find one, check up and make sure it's still available for use. If it's a cool unique name, (like Steel-Froggy, which BTW, everyone has been copying me. I'll talk about that on a later entry though.) then hopefully it will be available.
Now, I can't decide if I should just post this as is, or if I should combine more subjects into one blog entry. Nah, I'll just post it now.
EDIT: Just one more thing, WHY IS MY FONT ALL WEIRD! It seems to be formatted different, I'm using the same settings, but for some reason, on this post, the type isn't double spaced. I have no idea why it is on the other ones, but whatever my blog is doing, it needs to make up it's mind. Just like when my title was going orange for some reason.