Great article interview here.
Thursday, June 26, 2008
Wednesday, June 25, 2008
Members of Alien Black Market have been on a quest for the past few months attempting to uncover the identities of the Chronoauts who live among us. Perhaps it's you, maybe it's me. But as the TISL state (timeline international security laws-I'm not making this up) it is illegal to state so. So please keep it to your self for safety reasons. However, as this author suggests it is OK to hint at the fact that you are.
Tuesday, June 24, 2008
Thursday, June 19, 2008
Friday, June 13, 2008
Thursday, June 12, 2008
I don't like being the first to blog after Mr. Irwin's praise for his first book. So please scoll down and order it. I am just a humble blogger attempting to aware all of what may be, perhaps, the fist war like incident on Mars. Bleow is NASA's animated short about the MARS Science Laboratory.
Please note how around 2:42 into the wonderful cartoon how wonderfully simplistic their ray gun is used. But what may happen when Europe tries to sink its teeth into the Mars exploration game...
What will happen when the USA's delightful little robot comes across the EU's robot (who looks like a wimp)? Could this be the first chapter in the intergalactic droid wars? EMOS think so.
"We are worried that the initial steps into the exploration of Mars will pivot one robot against another and in the end we foresee two Continental powers facing one another for nothing more than territorial rights over a remote area Mars." says Johnathan Griffith, a said EMO and secrect Hip-Hop fanatic. "I foresee a great danger between two powers unless we see the deweaponization of Mars. DOMP forever, starts now."
It's a beautiful flim but don't let the the simplistic use of the lasers fool you...As Mr. Griffith states, " Why can't we all learn a lesson from Shatner's version of Rocket Man."
Yes indeed, the ultimate EMO anthem.
Tuesday, June 10, 2008
Jason Irwin's first book of poetry, Watering the Dead is available for purchase for now.
Go to the Pavement Saw Press website to buy it.
There are no aliens or robots in it. You'll have to wait for mine or Kraig's book of poetry for that.
Monday, June 09, 2008
This should scare all who hope to take to the streets in the near future.
Meanwhile, while scientists celebrate the Phoenix landing and Mars and all that it hopes to uncover, please take note of the end of this paragraph from the May 26 article from the Boston Globe (link to full ariticle):
"...Next year, the Mars Science Laboratory, a lander as large as an automobile and equipped with a ray-gun type laser to zap rocks at a distance of 30 feet, is scheduled to follow up on Phoenix's discoveries." The real reason why we are going to Mars? Why does NASA feel the need to "ZAP" space rocks. What is their real goal. Is testing such a weapon on Earth too dangerous. It's not like they are using naplam in Iraq (What's a cock-up? Read the article and find out.). Is there a ray gun ban on Earth. Is Mars the next testing ground for weapons..."
Bottom Line: The weaponization of Mars is soon to occur. Where is a treaty when you need one? The ABM (Alien Black Market) believes this why Alien sighting are now occurring in Denver and not on Mars. They are going to attack us here before we attack them there.
I pledge that we begin DOMP- the Deweaponization Of Mars Priority. Mars should be a weapon free planet. A spokes person from the ABM says, "We must not allow weapons to be used and brought to our beloved red sister planet. If we fail now, we fail the future of our great grandchildren who will no doubt colonize the planet generations from now."
Students have already begun to take to the streets in protest. This is a cuase that the EMO generation have embraced whole heartedly.
"We can't hate Mars. And we're sick of our parents who don't understand our music. It's not like the My Chemical Romance are biting the heads off of bats and sending weapons to Mars. We deplore the weaponization of Mars. That's what the X on our hands stand for. No weapons on planet X. We want peace on Mars."
Sunday, June 08, 2008
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Tuesday, June 03, 2008
Slopped by Subarashi Hinode at 6:15 PM
I have long had problems with my arms--as mentioned previously--namely an RSI problem. I should probably be resting my arms right now (I'm officially grading papers online fulltime right now) but before I do, look at the latest MAC toy:
I was a serious naysayer when it came to the iPhone--I thought it was the technological equivalent of Beck (enuff said). But I was really hoping for the new wave of interfaces to address the concerns of my lame-ass, inflamed tendons. Questions, concerns still loom, but I'm optimistic.