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12/01/2022 07:02 PM 

David Callahan Joe Kubert should be ashamed LAWSUIT VS THEM hollywood

David Callahan did not create MUTOS and they do not kill Godzillas and they do not lay eggs inside their corpses like aliens or nothing like then in bodys they weren't ancient enemies of Godzilla Dominic Anthony Homan created the Godzilla MUTOS they were mentioned in 3 movies.  Dominic Homan created the MUTOS not legendary pictures nor callahan david nor hollywood nor toho Dominic Darrk wasnt in 2001 or before then he wasnt tall he was created for a contest in 2014 Dominic Darrk was from 2006


12/01/2022 02:36 PM 


did you ask to take a roadtripdown the pathways of my mind? i mean, sure, but,they haven't been paved in quite some don't mind the potholes in my memoriesthat the government couldn't afford to fix,or the blemishes of existential dread.where my dreams turn to roadkill,like the crows splattered on the asphalt,leaving gifts of survivor's guilt and falling to masses of feathers, disgust and regrets. i'll let you slip beneath the tangle in my mind,just don't stare too long at what's shy.

poem, poetry, therapy, judgmental


12/01/2022 04:04 PM 

My thoughts on NIH
Current mood:  amused

A bit of a ramble-y blogpost, mostly because it's fairly late as of writing this. Hopefully, that's okay.Many will shun the Not Invented Here mindset. It's not hard to see why. Many corporations will spend hours upon hours of creating their own implementation of something that has one or more publicly available implementations. It's often compared to reinventing the wheel. It's seen as an outdated and closed minded mindset, something that should be disposed of along with the rest of the 20th century's many interesting quirks, such as 70s retrofuturism or cathode ray tubes. Hopefully obviously, not everyone thinks this way, and there are valid criticisms towards NIH. This is just a rough generalization of remarks made towards NIH that I've found. It's also a fairly closed-minded view of NIH. Let me explain why.Perhaps the weakest argument I have is that it's sometimes necessary to go with a NIH approach. While it's nice to know we have so many libraries these days that can do everything for you, such as FLTK, Node.js, and SDL2, there are times you will come across something you need to implement, but cannot. Often times, this is because the implementation, whether it's the best or not, is copyrighted or simply not for public use. Adobe is infamous for copyrighting many of the implementations they made themselves for their products, such as Photoshop. While this is perfectly fine, and I have no problem with them profiting from their hard work, it does put you into a tricky situation when you want to implement a similar feature in your own product. Therefore, your only option is to invent it again, yourself. This, to many, doesn't qualify as NIH, however it does to me, as it fulfills the requirement of "we won't use it because it was not invented here."A stronger argument can be made for practice and training. While using someone else's implementation can be incredibly expedient, writing your own implementation not only gives you a deeper understanding of the lower levels of what you are using, but also can act as a way to teach yourself new concepts. When you go to implement something, you typically start at writing a general description of what you'd need. Once you've written this down, you go into researching what the math would be behind it. This engages you to learn the mechanics behind what you are implementing, and lets you find clever new solutions, or be Mr. Carmack and simply look up the best equations once you have a grasp of what you need. However, you still need to transfer the math to the programming language. As with most cases when looking to do something new, you will likely begin to look through the documentation of your language, and this will cause you to absorb new knowledge and have new concepts click. Doing this is especially useful during company training, as it promotes learning and understanding the language that you will be using. On a side note, many will say that it's fine to make your own things, if you don't use it in production. I'm not entirely sure what the argument is supposed to be, I suspect something with security and optimization, which are both bollocks. Computers are unreasonably powerful these days. Even if you need to optimize because your program is suffering, you likely will have to redo the implementations of anything else as is. Likewise, most security vulnerabilities are going to crop up no matter what. It's impossible to have the perfect program, even a hello world file will have some sort of security vulnerability. Even if, say, a library has perfect security, the mass majority of applications probably aren't being used on a massive scale, and if they are, on average these applications aren't seeing networked use. Additionally, many security flaws can be solved by simply sanitizing input, which is something you should probably pick up even if you are using this "perfectly secure library."Besides, destandardizing security sounds like a better idea, as it would mean hackers would have to figure out a new standard for every hack they want to do. I can see why this would be completely unrealistic however. Imagine a web browser having to support 2,800 security standards and somehow having to discern them.The only decent argument I can think of is that using a NIH library may confuse other developers who were not given good documentation, or were not introduced to the library prior. This is a fair and reasonable complaint. Though this can be mitigated, especially in corporations where little is not documented and almost everyone working on the project knows about these libraries, it can still easily come up if, say, external contractors are brought in, or a new team is assigned to the code. Finally, on the personal side of things, you may just not like the implementation of something. For example, I don't like GNU make. It just never appealed to me, and though I know it's user error, I have never successfully gotten something to compile from a makefile. So, I have a completely different implementation I like to go with, where my entire project can be compiled from starting with one file. Infact, I made a Batch specifically for this. It does the things I want it to do. I drag, I drop, it compiles after asking me a question on which compiler option, and then immediately executes it.It doesn't matter what you don't like about it, I personally think that if you don't like it, you're more than welcome to make your own replacement, no matter what it is. We arguably would not have any of Chris Sawyer's many games if someone didn't go out of their way to do their own implementation of something they didn't like.There's also a sense of accomplishment just not found if you use a premade program or library. It's indescriable to stare at something and go "I made that happen. I did all of that." Sure, getting SDL2 running is great, but knowing that EVERYTHING underneath is yours, and that you made a concerted effort to improve gives you a satisifcation unlike any other.If there's anything you can take from this, I'd take that you should go out and make your own small scale project, completely from scratch. It'll give you a lot of insight, and also help you determine if it's worth the satisfaction, or if you'd rather just stick to what's already made. There isn't a wrong answer here, so long as you try. This post devolved the moment I started writing it. I could use an servant whose sole purpose is to remind me not to do late night blogposts.

batch, bat, programming, development, tech

Sam 🌟

11/30/2022 04:33 PM 

i want friends
Current mood:  bored

Im a lil boredπŸ˜­πŸ’”


Dominic Anthony

11/30/2022 10:44 PM 

Luna Kermis Lyrics by Dominic Homan of Colorado Publish

Luna Kermis on bass guitar Luna Kermis on drums Luna Kermis by Dominic Homan of Colorado not by Lauren. She had guitar done lyrics by Dominic Homan of Colorado.


11/29/2022 11:54 PM 

Current mood:  nerdy

Eyyy it's almsot christmas >:DDD lawl i hope i get sum good stuffz


11/29/2022 02:18 PM 

Baby Dimensions Offers Expecting Georgia Mom's Unique Gender Reveal Experiences

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ultrasound services in Georgia, gender reveal, ultrasound


11/29/2022 01:12 PM 

On My Laptop Outside During A Barbeque
Current mood:  content

Hello again. I'm currently at my sister's house! She and my brother are going to barbeque. I'm hoping they might give me some of it because I'm hungry. Not much has happened since I last posted. It turns out that state testing is next week, so I didn't have to embarass myself after all! However, I didn't get much sleep that night. I was so anxious, i literally laid in the dark for hours hoping that sleep would just take me.. It didn't and I got about three hours, but that's okay. I was able to stay home today because of an appointment with my psychiatrist. It went well and was surprisingly quick. There was a little difficulty though because my mom couldn't turn the camera towards us, but we made it work! Hm... I think I'll ask my mom  if I can just start taking medication from the new can i'm gonna get. She lied about how many I have left (said there was six so I gotta remember that) and he accepted it. I don;t like taking my medicine. It's easy in the morning, but I also have to take it when I'm sleeping, however my sleeping schedule isn't so good and sometimes I'm asleep when it's time to take them.Now that I've updated y'all on my real life, it's time to talk about my online life. There's this person on discord, an ex of mine. We recently got back in contact by chance and immediately I noticed they were still very obsessed with me. honestly, I still have feelings for them, but the relationship won't work. They're a bit of a dry texter amd I'm a person who loves communication. It's sad because they were so talkative until they confessed. I loved the attention, but I don't want to date so I won't lead them on. I just wish I could fall in love with someone who puts in as much effort as me even after we're dating. i hate when you finally start dating and all that obsession goes away because they're not chasing you anymore. It's not fair. It's literally so dumb. Anyways, opening up this website again was a pleasant surprise. I got so many friend requests! People here are so nice. That's it for today! Bye-bye I apologize for any writing mistakes >~<


11/29/2022 08:17 PM 

Testing, Testing


11/28/2022 04:10 PM 

Current mood:  amorous

THIS FEELS LIKE RAKING MY BRAIN WITH A RUBBER RAKETinsel-haired idiot sings.Freely expressing elated lamentation. Slowlaving into kissing, erect.Rapid amorous knight into naked gentle morning. Yellowing bruise, reddening arm, inflaming neck.When I touch her,arresting ripple under blooms. Breathing ever rapidly,ripe attraction knows eros. 

poem, poetry, art, experimental art, notarikon,


11/28/2022 05:14 PM 

Current mood:  blah

i really wanna draw but i have no idea what to draw. this blows :/


Sam 🌟

11/28/2022 05:05 PM 


Can some help me add a custom background.. i cant understand sh*t im slow


11/28/2022 05:01 AM 

can't sleep
Current mood:  tired

been feeling very bleh as of late, can't really ever seem to catch some sleepthats okay though, it'll get better eventually! i won't be as sad or as tired :D ~currently listening to some death grips to help me stay focused on my stuff

insomnia, depressed


11/27/2022 08:02 PM 

Uh, hello.

I guess I'll start this off by saying "hello!" My name is Bowie. I will be using this website as a sort of diary or journal. I don't know if I'll be active much considering this is a PC based website and I prefer moble, but we'll see what happens! I'm not exactly looking for friends, but I'm also not opposed to the thought of making any. Eh, I don't even know if this website is really that active, and to be frank, I'm very nervous... It's okay though. It's okay to try new things. I feel like this will be a great way to let out all these thoughts and feelings. My friend actually told me this is supposed to be like MySpace. I've never had MySpace so I don't know how that works... Hm... Well if I have this blog and I really like it. I might consider deleting some social media accounts as they won't be of any use to me anymore.I'm gonna be going back to school for the first time in two weeks. I know I'm really behind, but I don't feel like catching up. I'll just start with whatever they'll give as new assignments. However, I think we might be state tesing. It doesn't really phase me though, the test itself that is. What makes me really anxious is finding out which room i'm gonna be testing in. I get so embarassed when I look like a fool speed walking around all dumb and confused. I do not want that to happen... But it's okay. I'm gonna be okay. I can always ask for help. That's what the teachers are there for...Well, I guess that's all for now... Wish me luck!I apologize for any spelling errors >~<


11/26/2022 11:45 PM 

Current mood:  grateful

Hace un rato que no escribo esto, la verdad porque no se que escribir. Ahora solo voy a contar lo que está pasando en mi vida en este momento.Faltan 13 minutos para cumpleaños y no se que pensar, es raro, todo es raro. 12 minutos. Sigo extrañando a Luka pero ahora hay nuevas personas en mi vida, está Emi con la que era amigo hace resto de tiempo y que ahora volvimos a hablar, es muy raro pero me está cayendo, mañana nos vemos y pues no se, veré como van las cosas. 11 minutos. Luego, está Ali, conocí a Ali en una fiesta de un amigo, nos comimos un par de veces y de ahí yo quedé pensando en él. Lo he visto un total de dos veces en mi vida pero es que en serio es de las personas más lindas que conozco. Compartimos muchos gustos y no sé. Me gusta y yo le gusto a él (creo, eso me han dicho)8 minutos. No sé que contarte. Hoy fui a un toque, estaban: Maldito Lisiado, Mantarraya Naranja, Hay Fantasmas!, Los Dinosaurios Murieron Ayer, Basura Astillada, Ortiga y La Hermanastra Más Fea (mi favorita) He ido a relativamente pocos toques, apenas empecé recién a asistir a ellos pero ya se convirtieron en una de mis cosas favoritas. 5 minutos. La vibra que hay es, no sé, refrescante. Somos todos jóvenes vivos que existimos en el mismo lugar. Es chévere saltar con la música y sentir como te lleva. 3 minutos. Por más incomodo que sea físicamente, estar tocando hombros con desconocidos sudados es reconfortante. Espero poder ir a muchos más toques en mi vida.Un minuto, solo un minuto para cumplir años. Jueputa, cuarenta segundos no sé que hacer, veinte segundos, veinte hijueputas segundos. 12:00, ya, eso fue todo, no sé qué estaba esperando la verdad. Me voy a poner sentimental, perdóname. Pues, este último año ha sido una mierda, pero a la vez ha sido mi mejor año de vida hasta el momento. He perdido muchas amistades, por temas que probablemente te contaré después, pero he ganado las mejores amistades que he tenido, no sabes lo agradecido que estoy de tener en mi vida a Lizz, Mel, Ori, Maya, Janis, Waffle, Manu, Juanis, Ale, Alan y muchos otros amigos de los que estoy increíblemente agradecido de tener, no sé si en un par de años seguirán estando ahí pero sé que ahora lo están y agradezco, en serio lo agradezco. Este último año de mi vida tan bonita fue el mejor hasta el momento. Como dije hace unos renglones, este año ha sido una mierda pero a su vez ha sido el mejor año que he vivido. Me he desarrollado mucho como persona, estoy encontrando más de mi cada día, me he definido mejor como persona. Nunca digo esto, me la paso quejándome de la vida pero en realidad la amo, hay momentos en las que de verdad me quiero morir pero siempre vuelvo a amar la vida, es que es tan linda. Amo ver a mi gata, Lina, todos los hijueputas días, amo a mi familia, muchas veces me estresan y todo pero los amo, amo a mis amigos, son lo más lindo que existe, amo dibujar, amo escribir, amo la música, amo cuando los días son soleados y hay un cielo despejado pero no hace calor si no un viento hermoso, amo mi casa, amo el busca-minas, amo las flores, amo las abejas, amo los colores, amo los edificios, amo el viento y por más que me cueste decir esto, me amo, me amo porque sigo aquí, me amo por muchas razones e intentaré seguir amándome. Espero que este año me permita seguir. Espero que las cosas mejoren. Voy a seguir actualizando lo que pasa con mi vida aquí. Hoy parcharé con mis amigos, espero no llueva.


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