Thursday, February 23, 2012

Farmville 2.0?

First off, sorry for the lack of updates, I've been SUPER busy!!!  However I have some interesting stuff for you today so sit back and enjoy. 

If you know a 30-50 year old as a friend on Facebook, you probably know what Farmville is. What you do is basically build a farm, harvest, make it  look cute, and repeat. It's essentially purposeless except for the title of supreme Farmville ruler. This brings me to my little story:

I was browsing the interwebs and found a link at the top of my page advertising an online game. Before trying it,  I noticed one flaw in the ad itself. 

Okay. Maybe I'm a bit of a smart ass, but to "conquer the humans" seems like a stupid idea. If I'm not mistaken, blood is the driving life force of vampires,no? -facepalm-

Alright, so I checked out the game to see if they could explain this angle. Apparently they have blood laboratories. It's something like the "True Blood" in, well, True Blood. However, I have some major questions before I'm about to believe that this stuff will successfully sustain an entire population. 

Here's the second fact to consider. The vampires apparently also  fight each other. Okay, great! Now I have another question. Don't we get new vampires from humans? Huh. 
This is interesting. Don't they realize that eventually their kind will probably die out, whether it by vampire war or accidents?

Sigh. Oh well. If you need an emo version of farmville, this  is for you. 

Additionally these are the pages that I found the link on. :) Enjoy these pictures. 

I don't know what that weird thing is,btw, so if you do... let me know! 


Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Animal Hoarding

I'm not sure if I'm the only one, but my boyfriend and I recently got to experience the wonders of the show "Obsession: Animal Hoarding" on Animal Planet. While it was disturbing in ways, I had to share a piece from the episode I saw. 

In the episode, the "obsessed" person was Patrick, a snake hoarder. His favorite snake from his varying collection may be his albino snake. It is over 12 feet long. TWELVE! 

Anywho, the show was mildly entertaining, but what got me is the fact that they let the snake roam around outside. 


That is a clip from the video of the snake waiting at the door to get out. Wow. 

The question I raised here through the laughs was, a cat might scratch and meow at the door... so what does the snake do? 

Hiss. Hiss. Boom. (the boom is from slamming his head into the door, because he has no appendage to do so) 

Also, if it's blurry, here's a still-frame of this sucker: 

Isn't it comforting to know that that thing is just roaming around in someone's yard? 

Long story short, being hyper makes stupid stuff like that highly amusing. Try to check the episode out if you can, though, it's pretty interesting! 

Additionally, I haven't verified this, but blogger says that this is my 47th post!!!!!!!! Click this if you're willing to accept the fate of 47!