nekat_eman

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from Hiding from the CIA in Canada

  • Activity

    • High Speed Internet

      10 years ago

      nekat_eman

      When I went to speedtest.net and my results come out this: 430584117.png ... I almost cried...

    • Turkey Day!

      10 years ago

      nekat_eman

      Have a great feast my fellow Canadians!

    • sick

      10 years ago

      nekat_eman

      I hate being sick... Shivering, sweating, cold, hot, mind throbbing...

      It all sucks.

    • This is what happens...

      11 years ago

      nekat_eman

      When it's -35C outside and I turn on my computer's overclocking AI... (My computer sits next to my window so I can let some, in this case, very cold air into my room when it starts running hot.)

      BoredAI2.jpg

      My cpu is a AMD 64 FX 62... which in short means it should only be running at 2.8GHz...

    • Offline

      11 years ago

      nekat_eman

      The people I have been snarfing wireless internet off of finally secured their connection...

      In other words... I'm going to be offline for a while.

    • I'm Bored

      11 years ago

      nekat_eman

      That is all.

    • My sister is a nutjob Part 2.

      11 years ago

      nekat_eman

      Here are the photos of her hanging and being dragged away...
      s9.photobucket.com/albums/a77/nekat_eman/?action=view&current=Mysisterhangingloose.jpg
      http://s9.photobucket.com/albums/a77/nekat_eman/?action=view&current=Mysisterhangingincuffs.jpg

    • My sister is a nutjob...

      11 years ago

      nekat_eman

      Original story: www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/LAC.20070831.GREENPEACE31/TPStory/?query=Activists+arrested+after+boarding+ship

      Activists arrested after boarding ship
      Greenpeace protest designed to draw attention to phasing out coal-fired plants

      Canadian Press

      August 31, 2007

      NANTICOKE, ONT. -- Three Greenpeace activists were arrested yesterday and charged with mischief after they boarded an ore carrier hauling coal across Lake Erie to a power plant in Ontario.

      Five activists initially boarded the Algomarine in a bid to delay delivery of nearly 30,000 tonnes of coal to the Nanticoke power plant and draw attention to the issue of global warming, said Greenpeace spokeswoman Joslyn Higginson.

      "Our objective over all is to bring attention to the coal issue, particularly the phase-out issue in the election campaign and to bring attention to clean energy options in the upcoming election," Ms. Higginson said.

      "We're going to stay until we're satisfied that we've done that."

      She said a police boat arrived shortly after activists Dominique Du Sablon, 20, of Toronto, and Charlie Latimer, 25, of Vancouver, chained themselves to the discharge boom, a sort of conveyor belt that's used to unload coal.

      A third activist, Emily-Elizabeth Storey, 22, of Toronto, suspended herself from the vessel's stern, where she dangled precariously close to the rudder and made movement of the ship impossible.

      The three were eventually cut down and hauled away by police to Cayuga, where they were each charged with two counts of mischief, Ms. Higginson said.

      Ontario police Constable Paula Wright confirmed there was a large police presence at the scene and that three people were arrested, although she said the charges were still being sorted out.

      The activists arrived at the vessel aboard an inflatable craft launched from the 50-metre Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise, a former icebreaker, that later blocked the coal ship's entry into Nanticoke.

      Ms. Higginson said the captain of the Arctic Sunrise was issued an order under the federal Marine Transportation Security Act shortly after 4 p.m. to leave the area and dock elsewhere.

      The dispute was still going on late yesterday Ms. Higginson said.

      Allister Paterson of Seaway Marine Transport, which manages the Algomarine for Algoma Central Corp., said the actions of the protesters put them all in serious danger.

      "You'd have to have a death wish, I think, to do something like that," Mr. Paterson said.

      He said he can't understand how the protesters even managed to board the Algomarine.

      "The ship is 700-plus feet long and they're very high. It's an athletic feat to climb. There's no set of stairs. It's exceptionally dangerous, because if you fall and you go under, you're dead."

      Ontario Power Generation spokesman John Earl said the plant notified police, increased security and warned the community in anticipation of the protest.

      "Of course our concern is that we want to ensure the safe reliable operation of our station - safe for our staff, safe for the community around the station and safe for Ontario consumers so that electricity supply isn't threatened."

      The Nanticoke station is one of four coal-fired electricity plants in Ontario that the Liberal government had promised to shut down by this year - a deadline that was later extended to 2014.

      Green Party Leader Frank de Jong applauded Greenpeace's actions, saying the Liberal and NDP plan to phase out coal by 2014 isn't good enough.

      The Greens have promised to phase out coal entirely by 2009.

      Ontario's Progressive Conservatives have said that, if elected, they would make coal plants cleaner rather than shut them down, and have vowed to cut greenhouse-gas emissions to 10 per cent below 1990 levels by 2020.
    • I got my new keyboard.

      11 years ago

      nekat_eman

      It's orgasmic.

  • About Me

  • Comments (815)

    • keiichiro

      10 years ago

      :o

    • keiichiro

      10 years ago

      KEVERS

    • keiichiro

      10 years ago

      Yes, because he is good with his fingers.

    • Legos

      10 years ago

      -_-
      You're not on Yahoo!!

    • Legos

      10 years ago

      Pretty please?

    • Legos

      10 years ago

      YAHOO!!

    • acidblack

      10 years ago

      Neoma would like your vote.

    • keiichiro

      10 years ago

      So, why so happy to see me in a pinstripe vest?

    • Then00bEater

      11 years ago

      GPS receiver XD

    • Then00bEater

      11 years ago

      Well there's basically only one way to do it, which is with a GPSr. But I think it's the greatest thing ever XD

    • Then00bEater

      11 years ago

      I didn't think anyone heard of geocaching actually. What do you think of it?

    • MikeyLikesIt

      11 years ago

      Huzzah! How goes it?

    • Then00bEater

      11 years ago

      Lovely. Not this one smiley0.gif

    • Then00bEater

      11 years ago

      Lmao XD

    • Then00bEater

      11 years ago

      Engineering.

    • Then00bEater

      11 years ago

      Lovely XD I'll be sure to change my name and appearance before I get there :D

    • Then00bEater

      11 years ago

      UBC

    • Then00bEater

      11 years ago

      Yup ^^

    • Then00bEater

      11 years ago

      Yup :D Because I love Canada, especially BC, but I don't have any other province to compare it to.

    • Then00bEater

      11 years ago

      I'll be moving to British Columbia soon smiley0.gif

    • Legos

      11 years ago

      ;)

    • Heather

      11 years ago

      What's worrying about videos?

    • Heather

      11 years ago

      It's a mugshot, so it's supposed to be like my criminal number.

    • ElunaNuv

      11 years ago

      Well, you wanna suggest some songs/artists? I love to try out new music!

      Thanks for the journal comment. ^____^

    • Heather

      11 years ago

      *sigh*

    • Heather

      11 years ago

      Or, you know, it was dark.

    • Legos

      11 years ago

      So, bored..................
      >.<

    • Legos

      11 years ago

      I'm Yahooed!!
      Are you?

    • fhseason13

      11 years ago

      do you have a timer on your camera that you had to set up, or did you just snap it like any old picture, seriously though, thats like major talent or major luck, to be able to do that on your first try, either way it's really interesting.

    • keiichiro

      11 years ago

      Because, being the person I am, my mind has so much mess and puzzles to go through it takes me forever to understand what I am trying to think about let alone say.

      But if you are really that curious of a person to know as to what goes on in my ego inflated mind, drop me a message.

    • keiichiro

      11 years ago

      Trust me, what I have going through my mind right now is not something you want to know about or deal with.

    • keiichiro

      11 years ago

      Sounds awesome.

      I am...um...hmm...never mind...>->;;

    • keiichiro

      11 years ago

      Ah, so you're lazy?

    • keiichiro

      11 years ago

      Well, you never know what will happen if you try, hun. So, go try to do whatever tis you want to do.

    • keiichiro

      11 years ago

      Not really, but honestly I am sure you rather talk about something else or do something of better interest to you rather than read a really really stupid story.

    • keiichiro

      11 years ago

      Oh I am sure you have better things to do, rather than listen to this complicated girl tell a stupid story.

    • keiichiro

      11 years ago

      now why would you want hear this lame story?

    • keiichiro

      11 years ago

      Yeaa....long story behind all that...>->;;

    • keiichiro

      11 years ago

      You have no idea how awkward. He is about 20 years older than me.

    • keiichiro

      11 years ago

      You have no idea how much I hate that.

      Worst part about it being the cops popping up is that the guy turns out to be your step-brother that you have never met.

    • keiichiro

      11 years ago

      Don't have that either.

      And noooo, I was eating sushi and my friend popped out of nowhere and just took a random photo of me eating. I cut out the table/food.

    • keiichiro

      11 years ago

      I'm sorry, I don't know of any hookers to send your way to have sex with you.

      I fail at that.

    • keiichiro

      11 years ago

      Sadly, but all is well. At least I hope so.

    • lefty

      11 years ago

      I feel that if people had x mods it should have helped their karma... but that's just the 4000 mods talking, I suppose.

      I really wish they would have given us a day to give people mods. Turn off the "get one when given one" and just let people mod eachother until they ran out of mods. I really would have liked to have given mine away.

    • keiichiro

      11 years ago

      Sadly my physics teacher did not allow me to have access to such things unsupervised.

      But eh, one more year of high school, done with PE, done with freshmen, so I am good.
      And besides, my classes net year will be fun and freshmen free :D

    • keiichiro

      11 years ago

      Not effective enough for them. They are just that pompous and so lost in their young and falsely inflated egotistical minds that when they become sophomores they might *might* realize how much of a pest they are to the upperclassmen.

    • keiichiro

      11 years ago

      think**

    • keiichiro

      11 years ago

      Well, when you are a junior and you are forced to take P.E. with them, you get tired of their pretentious attitudes and you start to thin of ways to get rid of them.

    • keiichiro

      11 years ago

      Psh, no one likes the freshmen.

    • keiichiro

      11 years ago

      But we will be wearing the right safety equipment.
      We are only reenacting one of my favorite wars, not the death scenes though >->;

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