Tuesday, April 26, 2005

さらば友よ... それでもオレは信じてる!

*Cue ominous track from episode III or V*


He Who Must Not Be Named For My Own Good (And Probably Yours Too) Strikes Back. Not the 1st time, and surely not the last.

Tuesday, April 19, 2005

Are you racist?

Me too. Ya'wl mah niggahs. I'd like to take this opportunity to come out of the closet about my being a 25-year-old housewife i mean bigoted, short-sighted, racist pig. I can't stand anyone - not chinese, malays or indians of all colours. Not even chickens, except maybe when deep fried to a crisp.

But i'm not alone k? After all just look at the new yakitate! japan ending. CG of a black guy in an afro moving to some grooves. If that's not racism, then I'm a tree-hugger. I mean, if it was supposed to look good, are they claiming stupid CG can dance as well as humans? And if it was supposed to look bad, are they making fun of black people? However u look at it, it's pure unadulterated racism. Whoever made that, those guys r so dead. They better start running - racism is soooooo not tolerated here. Yeah just hide in japan you racist pigs!!! Dun ever let us catch you here!

Oh and btw guys I didn't write this ok. Some script kiddie hacked into my account. I know man. The internet is such a dangerous place. Even my cunning old fox cries out frequently for security updates. And with a login like 'hackmepls' and a password like 'p0wn3d', it was only a matter of time before the inevitable. Nope, not written here. Oh wait you mean to tell me I left my admin password blank? Damn. Dat sux. Thanks 4 letting me know. U guys r too kind, u make the net so safe! I get a warm and fuzzy feeling all over here! Gee thanks! Love & peace!

Wednesday, April 13, 2005

Barely Legal(?) Videos

The Hot Uncensored Jamie Han and MML Action videos are finally available for download! Hurry come get them b4 the server gets shut down or just melts from the heat! mml.mov contains that scary d-word. mml2.mov contains even more iterations by MML himself.

Thanks to acidflask from whom i heard abt the KRMF and Jamie Han, chat-moyen for digitising some clips from the CNA video special, n spoon 4 providing hosting space. Hope this doesn't cause a server meltdown spoon. Or get your site banned.

Oh and for folks on windows who don't want to install quicktime, there's this quicktime alternative which uses the free and open source media player classic. Highly recommended.

Btw, does anyone know if that guy has set up a blog or something? And I don't mean MML.

Saturday, April 09, 2005

need a linkroll

but before that, will have to make do with this:

another rotflmao link, courtesy of chunhui

what's in a name?
W.E.E.K.A.N.G.: Wireless Electronic Entity Keen on Assassination and Nocturnal Gratification
B.E.A.N.: Being Engineered for Assassination and Nullification
F.A.R.N.Y.: Functional Android Responsible for Nocturnal Yelling
B.O.B.: Being Optimized for Battle
B.O.L.E.H.T.A.H.A.N.: Being Optimized for Logical Exploration and Harm/Transforming Android Hardwired for Assassination and Nullification

How many darwin awards does this deserve?

Les Horribles Cernettes, the first rock band on the web! Full of High Energy Girls!
for the confused, this wikipedia link may enlighten

and lastly, the probability of greatness:
Recently we discovered (cond-mat/0212043) that the majority of scientific citations are copied from the lists of references used in other papers. Here we show that a model, in which a scientist picks three random papers, cites them,and also copies a quarter of their references accounts quantitatively for empirically observed citation distribution. Simple mathematical probability, not genius, can explain why some papers are cited a lot more than the other.
During the “Manhattan project” (the making of nuclear bomb[sic]), Fermi asked Gen. Groves, the head of the project, what is the definition of a “great” general. Groves replied that any general who had won five battles in a row might safely be called great. Fermi then asked how many generals were great. Groves said about three out of every hundred. Fermi conjectured that considering that opposing forces for most battles are rougly equal in strength, the chance of winning one battle is 1/2 and the chance of winning five battles in a row is (1/2)^5=1/32. “So you're right General, about three out of every hundred. Mathematical probability, not genius.”
via quantum pontiff. Fermi is pure genius.