Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Wedding cake

I don't care who you are, this takes comedy to a whole new level! I'm pretty sure my wedding cake needs to be something like this, with little J.I. Joe's climbing up the sides of the cake with grappling hooks and M16s! I don't know what to do about the man and groom on top though, maybe they can escape in a little Blackhawk or something. Any suggestions?
Anyway, today is Wednesday and today's subject is something weird. And this is my weirdomness! Hope you enjoyed!

Monday, August 29, 2011

"HQ, we've got a pilot down!"

The past few days have been quite action packed with visiting relatives, I apologize for absent blogs.

August 11th, quite a while back, I was called from my computer where I was socializing over Facebook, up to the porch where mom was intently looking over a butterfly sitting on our grill. I asked her what was wrong when she replied that the butterfly was injured somehow and was unable to fly away. We spent the next 20 minutes or so looking after this poor creature, trying to assess the damage of the little flyer and making sure the cat didn't get to him.

It was amazing, being able to see this little piece of creation is such detail without a microscope or killing it. With your own two eyes, you could see and count each one of the little claws this guy used to walk around with while being grounded. I never noticed before that there are actually two parts to each wing a butterfly has, it actually works just like an airplane! He can steer himself with fantastic maneuverability (compared to our modern technology that is, I'm sure he still bumps into a tree here and there.) just by adjusting his wings mid-flight ever so slightly. 
Amazing little piece of God's creation!  

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Wednesday :)

Well, today's Wednesday, my favorite day of the week! Mostly because we have youth group tonight at 6:15ish, and I LOVE youth group! Although I wish it was a bit longer, it's like the one time I can get out of the house to be my own social self, on Sunday I try to be a bit more formal.
But another reason I love Wednesday is because today is the day when the blog subject is WEIRD, a subject I've had plenty of practice at!
One weird thing we found today but has been a favorite since forever is Yakko's World, I remember we had to sing it in front of the whole church and I kept getting my tongue twisted! I was relieved when it was over.
Now THIS guy is weird! He's probably one of my biggest inspirations. Tim Hawkins Lullaby's and Singing the Wrong Words. I often find myself quoting this guy... A LOT! Different Churches was a bit funnier.
If I stumble upon more weirdness in the mere future I'll be sure to make a mental note about it.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

The Sea of Thoughts

I was very, very unsure about what to call my blogpage. Totally clueless. But I started anyway and hoped that maybe something would spark a good title.
Looking through the backround images was a blast but a disaster, SO MANY TO CHOOSE FROM! It finally narrowed down to a toss-up between the binary numbers and this techno-laser... type... thingy. I chose this one obviously. But then the title first hit me, a thought! Some of my blogs will have to do with thoughts! Computers have thoughts, they think in what's called binary. That is what my image is.

Binary is a simple compilation of 1s and 0s that form a code that the computer talks in. Of course, when you get an error message it won't say "11101110111101101100000001", because it goes through a translator before it hits the monitor screen. But every thought that passes through a computer is in binary. I think a bar code uses a similar system, but I'm not sure.

For science class this year we are going to learn about computer programming. Until then, just about everything I know about internal computers is stated above.

I know this blog didn't contain much that was of great interest, but at least now you know what all those funky numbers behind this has to do with The Sea of Thoughts. 


Hey there, what's up? My name is Timothy but hardly anyone calls me that, TJ works fine.
I was born and raised in Chautauqua county, out in the country. I'm a christian baptist, attend church regularly and help with the events that take place there. I also enjoy my summer by working at a christian camp not too far from where I live. I have a passion for music and spend most of my off-time listening to songs I find on Youtube. I also enjoy martial arts, although I have never been given a real, official lesson on the stuff, I still enjoy the study of it and practice in my driveway. Last and definitely not least, I love acting! I love comedies to be more specific.

I was told that I had the option of writing blogs for writing assignments and school credit, so I decided to go with it. I've never really blogged about anything before, always seemed as if I lacked the motivation and initiative to put that pencil to paper or put the fingers on the keys. However, my mother (who is a professional blogger, if I do say so myself :) ) worked out a system with me that, hopefully, will encourage further legitimate posts.