Have you ever right-clicked on something, clicked “Inspect Element,” and hit 3D view?
Make the Most of It
Ever since my Pyramid Head helm incapacitated my right arm — which is my dominant arm — on the 4th of this month, I’ve obviously been having to do most tasks with my left. And while that is a rather inconvenient setback (and has caused quite a bit of grief), over the course of that time, I’ve been becoming quite proficient with the use of the sidekick limb I always just took for granted.
As an artist, I value my right arm to bring my mind’s world to life. But with that in a bind for the time being, my left has shown surprising ability to put forth quality as good as it’s twin, just in greater length of time. The same is applying to handwriting as well, although it seems to be a bit more difficult a task to conquer. I can, however, sign my signature quite efficiently and rather attractively (most of the time).
I believe I can honestly say that just in this short amount of time, I’m nearly adept in the art of ambidextrosity. Oh what good injury can bring.
Prank idea: Put on a neon green morph suit and break into a news studio. Harass the weatherman. Nobody at home will know why he’s freaking out.
Or go up in the rafters and pour neon green paint on him. Even better if he’s in on the joke and and everyone’s freaking out as he’s disintegrating.
I usually roll my eyes at quizzes, but these questions were irresistible.1) Put your iTunes on shuffle. Give me the first 6 songs that pop up.
2) If you could meet anyone on this earth, who would it be?
- -Showtek: “Dutchie”
- -Clive King & Xzellar: “Evolution Leaps FWD”
- -Coone: “Million Miles”
- -A-Lusion: “Talk Iz Tomorrow (Second Identity Remix)”
- -Zatox: “Andromeda”
- -DJ Isaac: “Bitches”
- Sir David Attenborough
- “roundings. Never a competent navigator, I could only guess vaguely by the sun” - “Dagon,” from H.P. Lovecraft, The Complete Fiction.
- My boyfriend, closely followed by cars, sportbikes, and mecha.
- My phone is out of service right now.
- I’m very fond of my robot pajamas.
- Hm. I’d have to think about that one. I can do a few weird things.
- Girls: Are conniving, manipulative, duplicitous, captious, temperamental, high-maintenance, onerous beings. Mostly. We moldbreakers do exist.
- Boys: Are despotic, territorial, supercilious, confrontational, pretentious Neanderthals. Mostly. There are, I think though, more genuine men than women. This is coming from a woman.
11) Do you have any strange phobias?
- Probably yesterday
12) Ever stuck a foreign object up your nose?
- Trypophobia :/
13) What’s your religion?
- Who hasn’t?
- I am strongly atheistic.
- Looking for wildlife — insects and snakes, mostly.
- I love my Canon Rebel
17) What was the last lie you told?
- Lemon Jelly
19) What does your URL mean?
- My link vs. comment karma is pretty good ;)
20) What is your greatest weakness; your greatest strength?
- It’s a horrible disorder of the spine.
- S: Animals. Tempt me with their cuteness or threaten me with their pain and I will buckle.
- W: Humor and quick wittedness
- DJ Shadow
23) How do you vent your anger?
- With humorous art.
- Can tabs and bar codes. I have multi thousands of each.
- For the most part.
- Hate: PEOPLE FUCKING CHEWING AND SMACKING THEIR FUCKING FOOD LIKE A PIG. STOP THAT SHIT.
- Love: Sportbike and powerful car engines. Guhhhh *melt*
- What if medical science turns against us in the future, and all of our antibacterial and vaccination efforts will have only made bacteria and viruses overwhelmingly powerful?
- Still not quite sure on ghosts. Had a few strange, unexplained encounters and sights. Aliens exist whether you like it or not. The universe is filled with life.
- What direction? Only contact I’ll be making wither way would be my tower, monitor, and speakers.
- My stank-ass dog lying next to me. <3
- My mind during a bad trip.
- Depends on where you are in either.
- Singer? I don’t know. I’m what you’d call a hipster I guess. My music often either requires hairy, bearded growlers, or electronic sampled voices.
- Life, in my definition, is not as exquisite as we give it the impression. I believe it is more of a universal virus or bacteria, infecting planets unfortunate enough to be able to support it, effectively causing them to die much faster than they would naturally. Life (not just humanity) is constantly growing stronger, depleting the planet of its resources, and expediting the processes of its formation cycle, destroying its atmosphere, land, and liquid (if present).
- Art is the sensually perceptible manifestation of the contents of the mind.
- Cold, mostly clear, partly cloudy.
- 1:13 a.m.
- Yes; I’ve had a few experience, albeit they never involved another driver. I have Top Gear to thank for showing me how to powerslide, which saved my life.
- My collection of H.P. Lovecraft.
- It’s perfume.
- Ghost, Crunch (high school), Peas(gamer tag)
- In the theater? Silent Hill 2 (big mistake for SH fans >:/ )
- I slipped backwards onto the uprooted nub of a broken, rusty tetherball pole when I was about 7, and it lodged about half an inch into my left asscheek.
- Quite a few. Scooped up a handful from a migrating flight of Tigerswallows on a camping trip.
- Mecha, sportbikes, and cars.
- Pansexual, male pref.
- That’s a retarded fucking question, I’m sorry. Who hasn’t?
- OOH, are we in Pyroland? :’D
- For a little. If someone shows genuine repent and a desire for rectitude, I cannot deny them such.
- Save everything I can and only spend when necessary.
- Fallout 3 for my boyfriend as a Christmas present.
- Tragic are the days when one would ever choose lust over love.
- Lovingly so.
- No, but I wish I could. I could have a much larger bifurcation.
- Is this an interrogation?
- That’s a negative, Ghost Rider.
- I’m never seen without them.
63) What is your secret weapon to get someone to like you?
- Tardigrades, mofugga. Ultimate living machines.
- My usage of memes/obscure references/general nerdage, and sarcastic wit in speech.
- Not sure. He managed to slip out of his tracking collar.
- Spitting is just rude.
- German, Swedish, and Irish. Damn, do I love beer.
- Playing Team Fortress 2, I swear, Officer.
- Whatever yours is.
70) Are you the kind of friend you would want to have as a friend?
- You do ask a lot of obvious yes questions. I’m the only person I’ve been seeing for more than a year.
- I’d like to say so.
- There are other jobs. I will -never- leave an animal to die. No matter how small.
73) You can only have one of these things; trust or love.
- a) Hell yeah. You don’t get anything done if you don’t tell people.
- b) Take me to Yves Rossy. I’m wearing his wings and flying alongside fighter jets.
- c) I don’t fear death.
- Love never comes without trust, you ignoramus.
- Lemon Jelly: “A Tune for Jack.” I dare you not to smile.
- 7071, but it’s no use because I don’t have service lololololol
- Communication above all. If you can’t talk to each other openly about issues and bottle them up, there will be future problems.
- Trust one another and learn to accept each other for who they are. People WILL have flaws. Successful, marriage-bound relationships find one another beautiful for everything that makes them up.
- Love animals, everything science, don’t be religious, love a huge variety of music — especially techno (and especially hardstyle :E), love the outdoors, camping, and the simple pleasures. Also be a kinky motherfucker.
- Studies show that mental institution patients have strikingly more creative and insightful minds than the average person.
- Not committing suicide.
- 11 women’s, 9-9 1/2 men’s.
- I’d prefer not to have one.
- I’d have to say I’ve become quite fond of kyphoscoliosis, however, hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia is a great one. It’s the fear of long words :)
- Heart: a hollow, pumplike organ of blood circulation, composed mainly of rhythmically contractile smooth muscle, located in the chest between the lungs and slightly to the left and consisting of four chambers: a right atrium that receives blood returning from the body via the superior and inferior vena cavae, a right ventricle that pumps the blood through the pulmonary artery to the lungs for oxygenation, a left atrium that receives the oxygenated blood via the pulmonary veins and passes it through the mitral valve, and a left ventricle that pumps the oxygenated blood, via the aorta, throughout the body.
85) What’s the last song you listened to?
- It’s not a matter of where he grips it, it’s a simple matter of weight ratios! A five ounce bird could not carry a one-pound coconut.
- The Navigator: “Another Shout”
- Neon green and black, respectively.
88) If you could press a button and make anyone in the world instantaneously explode, who would it be?
- The Sombrero Galaxy.
- Anyone? I’m sorry, there are FAR too many people I’d eradicate. Earth would be better off by billions.
- “What thoughts run through your head daily?”
- Who the hell talks about mummies anymore? Or ever did? What is this shit? I guess if it happened I’d flip my shit and grab my machete.
- Only the best kind of vegetables. I’ll be super OP here and say the ability to control mass at an atomic level. That means I could literally craft whatever I wanted from anything by making molecules from the surrounding elements, or destroy my targets by ripping them apart at the atom.
93) You can erase any horrible experience from your past. What will it be?
- Fuck your half-hour. My 2-week camping trip with my English (now ex) boyfriend were the best, most memorable moments of my life, and probably always will be.
- My high school bus driver. The whole 4 years of dealing with that motherfucker twice a day.
- DJ Shadow @_@
- New Zealand
97) Have you ever thrown up in the car?
- I’m sure somewhere down the line.
- Yeah, but not all over it.
- There is no God. Man created God, because we are a species that requires guidance. As simple earth wanderers, evolving Neanderthals did not have answers for the existence of elements such as fire, the Sun, stars, or weather. In their growing minds, they fabricated magical beings who created these things and told stories to their people.
- Thousands of years pass, and races all over the world have come to believe these stories to be true, as they’ve been told for generations and have been permanently recorded.
- Thousands of years still, today, this primitive tradition is practiced, when our highly advanced minds have come to scientific realization and understanding to a remarkable degree. Entire people cling to books and scriptures for their life guidance and are confused when their prayers are not answered and constantly change their ideals when they don’t work.
Science changes and grows with new discovery and intelligent realization through diligent study and observation. It evolves as everything else has done, and only brings us closer to the truth of life, away from the confinement of ancient, indoctrinating, adulterated pages.