January 31, 2004


"You may also want to use the eraser visualization. Everytime you see those scenes, visualize a giant eraser, like a chalkboard eraser, only violet, rubbing away the picture. After you do this enough times, the memory will stop being painful and gradually fade from the forefront of your mind."

Need I say more?
Posted by Moore at 02:25 PM

January 27, 2004

A New Church for A New You!

"Today many people... ask, 'Is there a church for the age of Aquarius that unites the world’s religions?'

The answer is “Yes!” Church Universal and Triumphant is that church. Sponsored by the ascended masters Jesus Christ and Gautama Buddha, the church embodies principles, practices and rituals that are based on the essential truths found at the heart of all faiths...."
Someone likes marketing. I feel as though there should be a picture of pizza, a coke, and a new low price at the bottom of the page.
Posted by Moore at 03:36 PM

January 26, 2004

Life sets a new pace

As I enter the habits I will have for a new semester, I am yet again faced with important questions.
When will I do my Circuits II homework?
How long will I study for Texas and the American West quizzes?
Should I sleep during Computer Architecture?
How often will I do laundary?
The more important questions beckon also.
When will I get up in the mornings?
How will I find time to sleep on the weekends?
How can I eat every two hours?

These questions are being answered for not only today, but the rest of my Sophomore year. Now I must decide if I will do my Texists reading now, or put it off. I think I'll do it now.
And you all should get your work done too!

Posted by Moore at 07:35 PM

January 22, 2004

Puns and Moore

Behold, here thou mayest read and understand the mystery of the pun. Go now, and forget not all its benefits.

This is the first page of Get Thee to a Punnery.

Favorite quote:
"The seeds of Punning are in the minds of all men, and tho' they may be subdued by Reason, Reflection, and Good Sense, they will be very apt to shoot up in the greatest Genius that is not broken and cultivated by the rules of Art."

Posted by Moore at 11:20 AM

January 21, 2004

I hate homework

Homework, oh homework I hate you, you stink.
I wish I could wash you away in the sink.
If only a bomb would explode you to bits,
homework oh homework you're giving me fits.

I'd rather take baths with a man-eating shark,
or wrestle a lion alone in the dark.
Eat spinach and liver, pet ten porcupines,
than tackle the homework my teacher assigns.

Homework oh homework YOU'RE LAST ON MY LIST.
I simply don't see why you even exist.
If you'd just disappear it would tickle me pink.
Homework oh homework I hate you, you stink.
- Shel Silverstein

Posted by Moore at 11:11 PM


I refuse to blog on my personal brand of anti-socialism. I just don't have the time!

Posted by Moore at 02:25 PM

January 20, 2004

"Historian Robert S. Weddle has speculated that La Salle, like many great achievers, was a manic-depressive whose faulty body chemistry could have been corrected by medications available in more modern times. This is likely true, but a question still remains: Would La Salle on medication still have had the drive and determintation to pursue the adventures that he undertook?" - Gone To Texas
Texas and the American West
Taught by Dr. Johnson

This book is fun.

Posted by Moore at 11:46 AM

The Passion

My dad emailed me a link to some shots from Mel Gibson's new movie The Passion
I have downloaded the trailer, you can find it at \\elah\downloads\video clips\the_passion.mov
It looks very gritty.
I must read on Texists, so that's all for now!

Posted by Moore at 10:57 AM

January 18, 2004

Food and its various Qualities!

I wish I had a giant banana split

Some people just don't know how to water-cool a computer. Poor shmo, he lost a lot of hardware.

That's all for now, possible more in a few hours...

Posted by Moore at 10:39 PM

January 16, 2004


I plan to change the text color, but right now I must do journal and read, soon to sleep. I will, however, extol Man of La Mancha. It is very good and very strong. Oftentimes I forget that too much reality is madness.

Posted by Moore at 12:25 AM

January 15, 2004


"Idle lawyers tend to become politicians, so there is a certain social value in keeping lawyers busy" - Operating System Concepts
I like this book already.

Posted by Moore at 08:10 PM

January 14, 2004


Note I have posted My Class Schedule on the side bar. Good idea, or so I think.

Posted by Moore at 12:10 AM

January 13, 2004

He is the pig.

Indulge your love of the strange at The Meatrix

Enough said.

Posted by Moore at 05:26 PM

January 12, 2004

What to take?

I sit at my desk, unsure of my academic future...
Engineering and Instrumentation Lab is full, and it rounded my semester out to 18 hours. Without it I'm looking at a hole, a huge gap in my schedule. Things I may fill it with...
Digital Electronics - I don't even want to think about it.
Statistics - I hate numbers for numbers sake.
Kine elective - I like shooting bows, but its only one hour...
Western Civ from 1715 - Kubricht teaches why everyone hates eachother, and me in particular.
Western Civ looks like my best bet so far, I could use a fuzzy class...
Comments, Questions, and Rude Remarks will be reviewed before my official Add on Tuesday morning.

Posted by Moore at 11:57 AM

January 11, 2004

Downloading (and other sins)

In my quest to download quickly, I have discovered Download Accelarator to be excellent. So wether you are stealing music, or stealing software, its the only way to go for windows.

You can get it from my computer at...
\\elah\Downloads\Internet Related\dap7.exe

Posted by Moore at 02:42 PM

Quotes Live!

Quotes Live! is pleased to bring you this quote, just in not 20 seconds ago.
"Its generally a good idea to get a girl" - J.W. Wilson

That's right, folks. Pick up your own female and... Wilson will tell you what to do on our next... Quotes Live!

Posted by Moore at 01:27 AM

January 09, 2004


I just had to post the schedule for Themelios. Here it is, word for word.

Friday, January 9, 2004
5 pm - 6:30 pm Dinner - Dining Hall
6:45 pm - 8:45 pm Games - Dining Hall
9 pm - 11 pm Dessert Fellowship - Thomas Hall 1st Floor Lounge

Saturday, January 10, 2004
8:30 am - 9:30 am Continental Breakfast - Dining Hall
11:30 am - 12:30 am Lunch - Dining Hall
1 pm - 5 pm Paintball and Extra Activities - Soccer Practice Field
6 pm - 8 pm Dinner - Map Attatched

Sunday, January 11, 2004
8 am - 9 am Continental Breakfast - Dining Hall
8 am - 12 noon Attend Church of choice
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm Lunch - Dining Hall

There you have it, seven (7) meals and two (2) game times. That's all! What a thing to come back early for. I'm so glad IMPACT will be prepared for another Semester of Excellence.

Posted by Moore at 06:53 PM

January 06, 2004

Former President Carter Speaks Truth

President Carter was interviewed by the Norwegian Society for Universal Neutrality. He spoke about The Lord of the Rings, and worried about "what might happen if enough young people start thinking that war is an option, or that some people or countries can be labeled 'evil.'"

He proposed ads that "would declare Gandalf a warmonger and imperialist, and emphasize that the Orcs were not evil, but rather suffered from poverty and hopelessness."

His goal? "To get nations to disarm, not to make moral judgments about any nation, other than America or Israel."

All of you ought to read the whole ariticle here
Read all of it.

Posted by Moore at 08:10 PM


This is my Samurized Desktop.
It uses Samurize to display pertinent information about my computer's status. There are several hundred details about the computer that it can display, and the displaying itself is fully customizable with many graph and chart types. Additionally one can write plugins and scripts for it to retrieve information about the weather, news, or anything else one finds on the web. I enjoyed making it, and if you want something similar for your computer, I can whip up a config file for you. Have any questions? I'll try to answer them here on... "The Computer-Related Musings."

Snide remarks about the various icons will be met with bitter reproof.
I have added a line that shows emails waiting on Hotmail and Letmail. The Letmail one, however, isn't working right yet. I'll get it!

Posted by Moore at 06:20 PM

How to do things?

I realize that I post a lot of techie-style things. For the most part these are boring or unintelligible to some of you people. I am considering making a "category" where such posts will go. Thus those who normally read the techie stuff can still get to it, but it won't be the default page.

Oh, and I may just laugh at your comments and do whatever the heck I feel like. But go ahead and comment anyway. I like the feeling of power it gives me.

Posted by Moore at 06:10 PM

New territory?

Moving to this new blog-space is quite interesting.
The MovableType interface feels so sophisticated, I almost feel I have to act responsible. Almost.
I guess this whole domain signifies a change in the way the SC does things. We have actually acted out and accomplished (or begun to accomplish) a greatly visible goal. Hopefully, this is only the beginning.

Posted by Moore at 06:08 PM