I finished my first page for my webcomic! I'm going to make a point to issue a new page every couple of weeks for anyone who wants to follow along with my story. You can view my comic on my website, www.brallion.com
Hey everyone! I just thought I'd share my before and after diet pictures! I'm 35 lbs lighter at right. I learned some incredibly interesting things about diet and nutrition in the process! Like that my metabolism is 2163 calories a day (at last calculation), and I burn 490 calories for every 30 minutes of rigorous exercise.
Yes, that IS an F-16 cockpit!
The original plan was to build it out of spare parts from my garage plus a graphics card from Best Buy. But my motherboard wouldn't support my card, so I needed a new one. My hard drive was too small, so I needed to upgrade. Then I found out my power supply had the wrong connector for my hard drive (and it was an inadiquate rating for my graphics card), and I ended up buiding a completely new system! ( Read more...Collapse )
Anywho, here's what all the hubbub is about: The grand opening of my WEBSITE!
Yeah! *cuts the red ribbon and grins uber-wide* I got my own domain, too! I got to use my name; it wasn't taken. I own it! *does a somersault and dances around* So easy to remember, even a non-nerd can do it (I almost said caveman, are you proud of me?)! It's my name! That's all you got to know! (and .com, but I think you can handle that ^^) YEAH!
Do you hear that chittering? That's my friend, Dolphinboy. Check out his LiveJournal page. I spent a few days on this. I would guess 10 or 12 hours total. This is currently the best character reference for myself. Here I am with my usual attire, standing next to my good friend. It's amazing how well you can get to know a guy who you've never met. I have an affinity for the dolphins, and he is about as dolphin as they come!
Well, the other day I had a hard drive crash. *sigh* I've have four hard drives crash over the years, three of which I know for a fact were Seagate drives. Luckily I have a spare laptop hard drive in my garage. And I'll say this for Gateway: They make it EASY to swap out a laptop hard drive. Two little screws on the underside of my laptop, and the drive just slides right out. Imagine my lack of surprise when I discovered that my Gateway's hard drive is Seagate. I'm stuck on a 30 gig drive until I can get a real replacement. ( Read more...Collapse )