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|Posted on August 15, 2011 at 3:35 AM||comments (3)|
Everything has been perfected with the help of Camille and pippy. Thank you, Camille and pippy, I cannot thank you enough for helping me recover all of the data......
|Posted on August 14, 2011 at 1:45 PM||comments (7)|
I jus feel like the site needed something fresh.
By the way, this design is 100% custom courtesy of my friend Camille, the super web-designer!
|Posted on August 13, 2011 at 9:15 PM||comments (1)|
Also, I can only post infrequently from the desolate environment of Xxx Xxxxx.
Sorry. Grammar problems. I put the modifier in the wrong place. I meant "From the desolate environment of Xxx Xxxxx, I can only post infrequently." Yay for grammar!
|Posted on July 22, 2011 at 7:00 PM||comments (8)|
I'm glad that the site continued through my disappearance.
I need to say something to you that I should have said a long time ago:
I'm sorry. Let me explain:
About two months ago, I was done. I couldn't do anything else on this website, and I could only see the disapproval of this site by several "haters", many of whom have since apologized. This was combined with some very serious issues I was dealing with in real life. Long story short, I was just.... through. I had just HAD IT. So I decided to neglect this website, thinking that would be the end. Coming back now, I realize it wasn't.
Thank you so much for keeping this alive.
And now, on from that...
Ok, so do any of you remember last year? October 17th, 2011 in Santa Monica?
For any of you that will not here, I did a live web stream of an "Impostor Appearance" One person was actually there in real life! The only person on this site thats ever seen my face..........
Don't tell anyone but it's Secret Name.
I'M DOING IT AGAIN FOR BOOK 5!
Although I do not know the details yet, for anyone that lives in the Southern California area, it will be a lot of fun. I've been to two Impostor Appearances, and there were both a blast, and I am sure that my third one will be, too.
As for everyone else, you will get the best seat in the house. Live from the front row!
With any luck, online attendees with outnumber live attendees......
Thank you, and cheers,
|Posted on June 9, 2011 at 2:52 AM||comments (6)|
So, I've thought of the perfect way to delve into your mind, ultimately making yourself more sure of yourself, your goals, and your future.
I'm sure it is used frequently around the world, but I have independently thought of it.
Here it is: make a list of 100 things you care about. It's actually fun. Every time I wrote something on my list, I thought:
"Wow! I really do care about this! What can I do to help?"
It's a great method for goal setting. You could title your list: 100 Things I Care About For School. I guaruntee you will see an immediate improvement of your grades. Seriously. Its that effective.
So far, I have made 4 lists, all with different things on them. That is a total of 400 things that I care about.
To be honest, if somebody asked me to tell them four hundred things I care about, I couldn't name one. But with your mind set to it, its easier than it seems.
I would not post this if I wasn't sure that it works.
It can achieve any goal that you want and more. Of course, the list itself will not magically make hands and feet and achieve your goals, but it gets you in action.
So now its your turn: make a list about general things, and see where it takes you. Who knows, you migth save the world. Just remember to credit the Nabu Horr'e Method
|Posted on June 1, 2011 at 8:44 PM||comments (3)|
The Horr'e has returned.
Oops! Random picture!
Ok, so, pippy didn't have many responsibilities, but he did well.
So, starting now, pippy is officially the one and only administrator of this site. He has the power to delete your comments. He can edit this site. He has.... magical powers. Like me!
You see, the restoration and recreation of this site is a job to big for one person. Unfortunately a lot of data was lost. I know what you're thinking. "But you made it by yourself before!"
Yes. Yes I did. But I did it in one year, two months and 29 days. Now I need to get in done is a week.
Off topic: If I put, you know, maybe one or two non-itrusive ads on this site, would you hate me? Only Google style ads..... few words in the side bar. I want to hear your opinions.
Last time we played the referral game, it was fail. So I am going to ask: PLEASE REFER YOUR FRIENDS IF YOU LIKE THIS SITE!~!~!
|Posted on May 29, 2011 at 1:56 PM||comments (6)|
So, I've been asked a question before many times. And thats: Why does Nabu like Apple so much?
You can argue this, but before he ever used a Mac, he was a Windows user. He ddin't know anything such as a Mac existed. He ran XP, then Vista. He though Windows was the only way. Until he discovered the Mac.
He went to a camp around the age of nine, where he saw a pretty, white laptop sitting among many others that looked just like it. He sat down and wanted to use it. But it confused him. He didn't know how to work it. An older boy came up to him and said "You don't have a Mac at home?". Nabu said "No." This is the moment that changed Nabu's outlook on computers for the rest of his life. The older boy taught Nabu how to use the Mac, and then, he realized how much easier a Mac was to use over any Windows operating system. Nabu had discovered a new, better breed of computer: the Mac.
The years went by, and for the first six months or so, whenever he went on his computer, he longed that it was a Mac. Then, on April 19, 2009, Nabu's family got sick if the headaches of Windows. They had announced that they were getting a Mac.
At the word "Mac", Nabu's face lit up. He wouldn't have to use Windows anymore, he thought. He had little knowledge of Macs, but he remembered the first time he had used one. Nabu joined his father as they headed out to the Apple store. When they brought the Mac home,
Nabu thought it would be hard to set up thier new iMac, but no. All that was needed was to plug it in. The giant display soon lit up and Nabu looked at it with wonder. For the first time, there was a webcam built into the machine! The display was beautiful and featured a big, glossy black apple at the bottom of it's aluminum unibody. Nabu inherited the old Windows Vista machine. He continued to use Windows Vista as his own computer, but soon, that computer grew to horrible to use, so it was thrown out. Now, he had free range to use the iMac. It was glorious. Previously, Nabu's brother had known more about Macs than he, but Nabu gradually learned more and more about the operation of Macs, and computers in general. Soon, Nabu's brother got a MacBook, and shortly after, so did his sister. They got a Mac Mini, which Nabu could call his own desktop. Then, just months ago, Nabu got a white, polycarbonate unibody MacBook. By this time, Nabu had loved Macs for years, and appreciated thier minimalist design. Still, Nabu is rowing in Mc technology. Just yesterday, Nabu bought an INCASE neoprene sleeve lined with faux fur on the inside to protect his computer.
All in all, Nabu is now biased towards Macs, but his bias is simply from knowledge. Remember, he used to be a completely unbiased Windows user!
I'm sorry if I'm doing this blog thing wrong. I've never done htis before.
PS. I know this story thanks to Nabu and hyperboles!
|Posted on May 28, 2011 at 6:22 PM||comments (5)|
We are rebuilding this site!
While I am recovering the site from this incident, pippystrimos will be posting.
Say hello to pippy. He is your friend.
|Posted on May 19, 2011 at 9:52 PM||comments (9)|
Don't worry. Rowan Hood is right. My past few posts have been lacking in quality. I'll make it better. Sorry SL
|Posted on May 18, 2011 at 1:12 AM||comments (4)|
Sorry, Harold Camping, looks like the world hasn't come to an end quite yet.