MakPhee

Male
from Charlottetown, P.E.I.

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    • Imagine...

      10 years ago

      MakPhee

      Gorilla tits.

    • Vacationing

      10 years ago

      MakPhee

      I'm going to Maryland for Christmas to visit my aunt's family. My grandmother and I drove from our house in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island to Moncton, New Brunswick yesterday and planned to fly to Toronto, then Baltimore at 3:00-am but we got delayed until 12:00 because of the massive snowfalls yesterday. So now I'm just sitting in my hotel room on three hours of sleep and can't get back to sleep and my grandmother's chronic snoring isn't helping. Ugh, motherfucker. Not my grandmother, just the situation.

    • U Forgot 1 Thing, Mr. [s]Bond[/s] Burns

      10 years ago

      MakPhee

      Today, Burnie posted some news saying that the Revolution of Music video has surpassed the series finale of MASH, being the most watched thing ever, in views.

      What does this mean? Who knows for certain. We could probably waste a lot of breath debating the science behind Nielsen ratings and YouTube view counters. Yet, it's hard to argue that our idea of media has changed dramatically in the past few years. And I won't deny how inspiring it is that one guy with a video camera and a good idea might just be the most watched thing. Ever.


      But YouTube counts repeat views as new views so it's probably not even remotely close to the viewers that MASH got. I don't even like the video and I've seen it twice, so what does that say for millions of people that like it so much that they've seen it more than five times. It's probably more like 30 or 40 million views.

    • YouTube video

      10 years ago

      MakPhee

      So my friend, MacNeil, and I made a video on YouTube, having fun with annotations. It's really, really stupid and badly done, but if that's your thing, give it a look-see.

    • What's Fun On The Internet?

      10 years ago

      MakPhee

      I'm going to be spending a lot of hours online in this upcoming week and I'm often in a state of utter boredom after prolonged web-surfing so I need some suggestions on what I can do for an extended period of time in public with a pair of headphones, a wireless internet connection, and pants around my waist.

      Any suggestions?

      P.S. Anything on RvB is not an option. I've exhausted everything I enjoy doing on this website unless there's a video, new comic, new journal, or a thread reply.

      How about get off the computer and go do something else? Ride a bike, watch a movie, hang out with friends...?


      Well, Snarky McSnarkyson, I can't ride a bike because it's winter, and the hours I'm going to be spending online are because of all of my off time from no longer being in school while my high school friends are in school.

      However, renting a couple movies and watching them during the day isn't a bad idea.

    • I Finally Understand How We Can All Die

      10 years ago

      MakPhee

      First of all, I'm a Christian. I don't believe the world came to be around 400 million years ago and that human beings have only been a species for about 150,000 years. I believe God created the world roughly 10,000 years ago (8,000 BC) and we have existed since the beginning of time. Regardless of my beliefs, however, this still applies to atheists and otherwise.

      On to the end of the world.

      For the first 9,800 years of human life, we used the sun to fuel our existence. The sun grew plants, animals ate the plants, we ate the plants and animals, we made our clothes from the plants and animals. For 9,800 years, we used the sun and only the power of that current sun to consume the Earth's resources. Up until 1800 AD, we had never surpassed a population of 1 billion people (that's even more significant to you non-believers out there, because that means in 150,000 years, we never surpassed 1 billion) because that's the extent of the population (that the consumption allowed by the power of) the sun could sustain. In 1930, only 130 years later, we doubled our population to 2 billion. This period is when we began to discover all of this ancient solar power in oil and coal, and the beginning of the industrial revolution. Only 30 years later in 1960, our population grew to 3 billion. That's only 48 years ago, and now humans are 6 billion and growing strong. The problem is that the extreme amount of resources that we are using today is only possible because of the ancient solar power we have in the coal and oil resources that we are literally draining from the Earth and burning/dumping into the atmosphere/oceans. After we completely exhaust the Earth's provisions of coal and oil, we will have no choice but to go back to our original power source of the current sun, no more ancient sun. We would return to the days in pre-1800, using just the resources the sun provides for us. The resources that used to only sustain 1 billion people, for at least 6 billion.

      I think it's pretty scary because if our population has doubled from 3 billion to 6 billion in the past 48 years, that means we are most likely going to be looking at a population of over 10 billion while we had existed as a tenth of that for millenniums before that. While we continue to raise our population at an exponential rate, year by year, we race closer and closer to the exhaustion of our Earth's resources and closer and closer to the days before Canada was a dominion under God, and before the United States were united.

    • BLAAH!

      10 years ago

      MakPhee

      BLAAAHHGHGHGHH. -1 WTF. BLAAGGHG.

      That's exactly what I wanted to say.

    • One Week Spent Online

      10 years ago

      MakPhee

      I've spent an entire week's worth of hours online now. And officially handed over any dignity along with them.

    • My First Image Post

      10 years ago

      MakPhee

      I'm going to see if I can post my first image on my first attempt. I'm not going to edit if this fails so here goes it:

      sgtpepperdays.jpg
      Edit: Success! smiley0.gif

    • Haircut

      10 years ago

      MakPhee

      I got my hair cut yesterday and she made it too thin in the front and on top. I like my hair big (refer to profile picture). At least my Detroit Red Wings hat fits now and I can wear it until it grows to a reasonable length size. I can tell when it's long/thick enough when the hat can no longer stay on when I tilt my head to a 45 degree angle in any which way. I hate that it's so short that even if I shake my head violently, my hair won't budge. Blargh!

      (It's just hair, you girly man. smiley6.gif )

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