When I first built my short lived fursuit Larry the Lab Rat, I wanted to have moving ears. So, I found this thing on the internet called NecoMimi ears. They’re ears that move according to your brainwaves. They were incredible. They operated by using a sensor on your temple and one hooked to your ear. The ears would move depending on your mood. Well, it kind of worked, either that or my brain is really jittery. However, it had some problems. I had to embed the thing into my rat head. Even though the head was close to my head it was difficult to get the device on. For one, it was hard to access the batteries, for another we had to make sure the ears were clear. However, I needed the batteries to be external to the head. I couldn’t change the batteries while it was in my head, and it would be easier if I could connect batteries externally. My half-brother Ian suggested I extend the battery life of the device if I was going to put the batteries on the outside. I discovered that if I add more batteries to the circuit, anywhere on the circuit, that would extend the life of the necomimi.
Toby Froud and others (Heather Henson) is making a new movie. This was kickstarted apparently. I remember The Labyrinth, but I only discovered it in my teens instead of as a child. Jareth the Goblin King was, well, a sexually confusing character. Either way, the thing I like about The Neverending Story, or others, is that the special effects are so much more ‘real’ than some of the CGI stuff today. Today, things look too beautiful, things look too semi-realistic.
So, I saw the above on my Facebook feed. At first I was like, “Yeah, wow, that is kind of bad.” But the more I looked at it, the more it bothered me. Maus finally helped me figure out what it was. Secondly, we shouldn’t be seen as the enemy is seen. WHY? They are aggressively tirading and recruiting and taking pictures like this (the right one) to glorify their hatred of and violent attitudes. Their hatred and attitudes are toward us, toward Western Civilization, toward everything we hold dear. In rhetoric, in media, we must defend the morality of proper western philosophy and civilization. The picture on the left is a defense, not an ugly sore.
I slept until 12:30 this morning/afternoon. I’m really trying to wake up at 8:30 everyday. It’s the damn couch. When I started working from home, and not at StarBucks all day, I was afraid something like this would happen. Then of course, I don’t make breakfast, I barely eat. I miss out on good hours I could be working. So, Maus and I sat down and we made a schedule for one day. Just one day. Not a week, just one day, Monday, so we could see if we could accomplish it. I think this is a good idea.
Okay, so I had read pretty much ZERO about Deliver Us From Evil before I went. I had no idea what the movie was even about. I don’t know how much of the movie is spoiled when I state that it’s about an exorcism. I should’ve guessed this I suppose when the title is “Deliver Us From Evil” (duh, Asher). What’s up with the exorcisms?
…is named Les, and he runs this wonderful place called Swampgas Gossamer. It’s an art exhibit and it changes from time to time. There is supposed to be a huge installation somewhere else, we’ll have to check that out sometime. We’re friends with Les, he’s a wonderful guy. We became friends after we read an article about him, actually, in the Welsh Rabbit in the back. I would describe this art gallery as a Nine Inch Nails video without all the suffering.
I was able to take a video of the 4th of July fireworks in City Park, Fort Collins. We didn’t go to the symphony because we thought it was going to rain. Then Maus got all pitiful about thirty minutes before the fireworks, and fifteen minutes later we were driving to City Park. We were in a narrow road with cars on both sides and this car going twice as fast careened past us. I thought we were going to have an accident for sure. Go fireworks!