Saturday, June 11, 2005

Followers

It seems like everyone has to post a blog nowadays. Back in the day it was just us pioneering few. The pale and geeky who forged ahead posting raving nonsense about things no one cared about. I mean, I've been blogging since April and now these snot nosed cyber brats think they know everything.

Now for something completely different...a man with three buttocks.

When Internet2 shows up I'll be streaming HDTV to my 3 teraflop harddrive.

A man with three noses...(he's not here yet.)...two noses?

It didn't take long. After a close game of Puerto Rico on some night this past week my brother and I began making plans to soup up the game. To be specific combine elements from Pirates of the Spanish Main.

The two seem to combine quite seamlessly...but we'll see in a little while. More than likley we will accomplish nothing. Like all of my games. sob.

8 comments:

matt said...

If I remember right, you were a follower in this same respect, yet you berate others.

Mr Shoop said...

April!!! That's it? You talk about blogging as if you started the blasted thing. If I didn't hear you rambling on and on and on about blogging I may never have joined in on the festivities. But that's ok. You can call me a snot nosed cyber brat if you'd like. It is ironic though that you say it considering how you are the self proclaimed pioneering one of the blog concept. Geek.

Proteinstar said...

Great Caesar's Ghost! Has everyone taken anti-sarcasm pills? For cryin out loud I'm ragging on me not you. Geez, you made me comment on my own post. ugh.

Proteinstar said...

oh and lackey is spelled with an e.

rover said...

It appears that "Mr. Shoop" is having some problems adjusting to the way things are done in the blog realm.

Superswede said...

"Mr. Shoop" has problems adjusting to the way things are done in the natural realm, too.

stephen said...

what's a "teraflop?"

Proteinstar said...

You got me. A teraflop is a measurement of speed not capacity. 1 teraflop is 1 trillion floating point operations per second. Researchers are actually working on systems that are capable of petaflops, which are a thousand trillion floating point calculations per second.

I should have said gigabyte which is a billion bytes, or better yet terabyte which is 1 thousand billion bytes, or exabyte which is a billion gigabytes. That's a lot of mp3 storage.