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I decided to read Elliot Rodger's manifesto, because not many mass murderers write about their entire life before killing a bunch of people, and the prospect of seeing inside a mass murderer's mind was kind of intriguing. Now I'm not saying that Elliot's actions were justified, but honestly I find myself similar with him with most, if not all of the things he's said in his manifesto. I think I may become an incel (or be one, idk). I don't know if I should or shouldn't and I'm asking you, the community, to give me some advice. Thanks.
I am in the air right now. 35,000 feet. How am I texting you? Inflight WiFi. I recently read somewhere that the port 3128 is never blocked on inflight WiFi. So I did a little science experiment. I set up a proxy on port 3128 and lo and behold, I can browse the internet on a United flight without having to go thru the paywall. I'm planning to disconnect after this post though, because even if I'm a piracy advocate, I find this a little too scummy. Hey, United, please patch up port 3128 so that I can't browse the web for free. Thanks!
i dunno why but I'm feeling a little nostalgic since late
I've been going thru my photos and text messages and all that and darn have I changed
Back then I used to like Green Day and I played the clarinet
speaking of green day they've made a song that perfectly expresses my feelings:
I've noticed I'm not as active here as I used to be
I dunno why, but I'll try to be more active because I love you guys. Thanks.
I got a new phone! A Moto E4 plus!
I'm pretty happy today, because it's a nice phone. Love y'all!
Also here's the art for today:
Made by some guy on deviantart
Today we went from Northern Virginia to New York City to visit some family!
The drive took about 7 hours. It was really treacherous because there was a metric ton of rain falling from the sky (There was even a flash flood alert!)
And of course you had the usual Friday traffic. For the entire ride I just either caught up on all the sleep I've lost because of school or read books on my Kindle.
I think my Kindle was a good buy for $25.
We're going to see the statue of liberty tomorrow! I'll try sending picutres on the next entry of Jelly's Day!
Yes, it sure is.
Here it is in its entirety.
The Bee Movie. What an interesting movie this is. It was released in 2007 and the directors were Steve Hickner and Simon J. Smith. The story of this movie follows Barry the Bee, played by Jerry Seinfeld. After realizing that the human race have illegitimately stolen honey from bees, he decides to do what any rational bee would do; sue the collective human race.
He gets help from a human friend named Vanessa, who is played by Renee Zelleweger and his bee friend, Adam, who is played by Matthew Broderick. The message of this movie is quite obviously about animal rights, but it’s done in such an anomalous way that it could buzz (bee pun!) above the viewer’s heads. In this movie, the U.S. government is mostly portrayed as evil, selfish people that have allowed these large honey corporations to run uncontrollably. This movie is very, very, middle-of-the-road. However, one thing this movie excels at is its pacing.
Everything happens at the right time. And look at that cinematography! It’s very well done, from a purely technical standpoint. But what I don’t like about this movie is the dialogue. The dialogue is legendary for its unfunny jokes and terrible puns. There are a minefield’s worth of terrible jokes in this movie. However, the cringe factor in this movie is sublime.
There is no better movie to awkwardly laugh at than the Bee Movie. And that’s why people still watch it. It’s so awkward that it’s become an inside joke with a lot of people. The beginning of the movie perfectly sums up what I am talking about right now.
“According to all known laws of aviation, there is no way a bee should be able to fly.
Its wings are too small to get its fat little body off the ground. The bee, of course, flies anyway because bees don't care what humans think is impossible.”
How ridiculous is that line? The entire movie goes like that. Bees disrespecting humans. That’s the theme of the movie.
The bottom line is, this is an okay movie for the cringe value. If you love seeing movies that are so bad they’re good, you’ll enjoy this.
“Too much pollen.”
In civics class, we are required to do a movie review of movie whose plot ties into civics and socioeconomic issues. My teacher's cool and funny, so I ask him, "yo mr. teacher, can i do the bee movie? there's a court scene which takes up a good half hour of it" He says I'll think about it. Now a few days later I ask him what he thinks. He says "Sure you can do it lol" So uh now I'm doing the Bee movie as a project.
TL;DR I have to watch The Bee Movie or else I'll get a zero for the semester
I have a case of chronic boredom. This has caused me to find something to spend my time on. So what I'll be doing is remaking the game in Java. Don't be surprised if I don't release it because it probably will have so many bugs i wouldn't want to release it. The reason why I'm doing this is because if I release it and it gets DMCA'd, Nintendo will have to publicly acknowledge the existence of Hotel Mario. :^)
No I'm not reanimating the cutscenes, but if anyone wants to, I'll add it in
So I did all of my final exams for each of my classes except math.
They were pretty **eh**.
My scores were
here in Virginia the scores are weird
the maximum score is 600
if you get a 500 or above, you're advanced
Wish me luck for my math exam tomorrow!
Today is May 6th!
That means it's my birthday!
My mom and dad gave me a really cool present... A Nintendo Switch with Mario Odyssey!
It's a really cool game, although you'd know that by now.
BTW i prefer online functionality, so I'm waiting till a hack that doesn't require you to open up the right joycon
What are some cool birthday presents you have gotten?
So for our field trip we went to an amusement park called Kings Dominion. I got to ride the intimidator 305, which is the 10th tallest rollercoaster in the world. It's 305 feet tall and goes 93 miles per hour. I also got to go on a ton of other coasters. For example, the Dominator. It was cool because there were like 8 loops. I had a lot of fun.
What were some of your favorite field trips?
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