Monday, August 30, 2010

My Proposed Standard Female Rating Chart

If you're like me then you are tired of the unclear discussions as to the level of attractiveness of females. Instead of a system based on petty aspects of the female's looks I have based this system off of what your reaction to the female is. This is a much more concise way of dealing with the question instead of arguing over what each individual thinks is sexy or not. So without further ado, I give you my chart.

1. Kill it with Fire / Man the Harpoons!!!!

2. She is inoffensive enough I don't need to kill her.

3. Might smile at her if I saw her on the street, out of pity.

4. Wouldn't force her to wear a bag over her head.

5. Practice.

6. Could introduce her to friends with out them laughing.

7. Would feel bad if I hooked up with her best friend, but would continue to do them both.

8. Ask her to marry me on the third date.

9. If it were possible my penis would never leave her insides...

10. I would belly crawl over a mile of broken glass to suck the dick of the last guy she fucked!

Sunday, August 29, 2010

Samsung Gravity-T

I purchased this phone a bit over a month ago now I think and am not quite sure what to make of it yet. The qwerty key board is nice but the top row can be difficult to use if you put it in a plastic case. I opted to stop using mine and haven't had much trouble since.

Now on to the touch screen. Half the time when I am trying to push on the "read text" button it will just move the little popup to a different location on the screen instead of opening the damn thing. Or if I am really lucky it will just switch the screen to a different one. There are times that I have to keep pressing the same button four or five times with the same pressure until it decides that I have actually want to read the text I just got.

Scrolling through your contacts list can be a pain also. When trying to do it by flicking your finger I find that it is near impossible to make it stop exactly where I want it to. I will try to make it stop only to make it scroll even faster in the opposite direction than I wanted it to. They give you a handy dandy tool to the right of the screen a little tab that you press and pull up or down and it takes you to the letter you stop on in your contacts. Though again I find it hard to stop on the letter I need.

On each of your three main screens that you can cycle through there is a dock to the left side. This is mean to be a quick way to choose applications to use or to drag and drop them onto the screen so that they are ready for use all the time. I do not put the apps on the main screens because I feel that it slows the phone down and I am not looking for that. The dock it self feels too cumbersome even for an individual that doesn't have very large fingers. Again I am having the same scrolling issues I have in the contacts list. It is much easier to just press the menu button between the call and end buttons on the phone itself to get to any applications you want.

The internet on this thing seems incredibly slow! A friend of mine has a Droid 2 I believe and it was much faster while browsing the same sites on the same connection taking turns between the two. I would not use this phone if you are looking to surf the net at a reasonable pace.

Also on many occasions I will hear that I have a voicemail without the phone ever actually ringing. I am not sure if that is my service provider or the phone itself. Another thing to look for.

While texting it is only rarely that I experience any lag while typing though I have had it happen. Usually it isn't so much of a problem as just an inconvenience waiting to make sure that your phone got everything you just typed out.

If you want a phone to do more than your run of the mill calling and texting I wouldn't recommend the Gravity-T.

Financial Aid can go to hell...

Sure it seems like a great thing till they decide to fuck around with it. Putting holds on your account because you got "over awarded" when the only reason that happened was their inability to allow your registration to happen in a timely manner. I had thought that going to a bigger university with a great reputation would have meant that things would roll smoothly enough that I wouldn't want to die from freaking out. But I suppose that was too much to ask.

Anyhow over the summer I took the first two semesters of Russian, in five weeks. It was a terrible plan and I spent between 30 and 40 hours a week on that one class. I went to the first day of second year first semester and realized that I would be spending a similar amount of time on that class and decided against it.  (Which is the other reason I do not have a full course load yet) So now I am dropping Russian as my major and returning to good old History.

In any case I have bored, probably no one, and shall now stop typing.