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Thursday, May 31, 2007

Almost There

As I write this it has just recovered from a torrential downpour. It is now bright and sunny out.
At first all the hype about the cicadas was to me a bit much. However, I am beginning to see their point. It is not that there are a lot of them in one concentrated spot. Instead, they are dispersed throughout the yard. They leave no spot pure. They cover the bushes and ground, making it hard to go outside barefoot for fear of a *crunch* sound followed by a sticky resin stuck to the bottom of your foot.

Friday, May 25, 2007

11 Year old kills giant boar

It's pretty big.


Summer is almost here, and with summer comes lots of summer updates, as well as new developments. I have been working on these already, and they should be coming out soon. The reason that I try not to announce these things too early is that they end up falling through some how. I have already started a test run and have a select few people testing it. Once I figure out all the problems I will be able to officially announce what it is.

Hopefully when school gets out there will be more time to make movies, and so keep your eyes open for new movies being updated within the next month or two.

On a different note, if you have yet to play bloons, why not give it a shot. There are 100 levels in all; enough to keep you entertained for a while.

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Another Face Changer

If you're close, it's Einstein. If you're far away, it's Marilyn Monroe. If you don't move from your position, its ugly.

Tuesday, May 22, 2007

More Bloons

Just in case you have finished Bloons, there are 50 completely new Bloons levels for you to play right here.

Thursday, May 17, 2007

Have a little time to spare?

If you do, play Bloons. There are 50 levels.

Sunday, May 13, 2007

A cool Illusion

Click here to see the illusion. Follow the directions on the page.

Saturday, May 12, 2007


Don't you think there were more productive ways of spending time than by calculating this.

Friday, May 11, 2007

Math Puzzle

I have tried and asked others, but cannot seem to get the answer.
I'm beginning to think that there isn't one.
The puzzle is simple yet difficult.

Using the numbers 2, 4, 4, 6, and 6, make the number 55.


You can multiply, divide, add, subtract, square, square root. However, in order to square/square root a number, you need a 2. Likewise, to cube root a number, you need a 3.

You can only use each number once, and cannot do something to the zero power unless you have previously gotten a zero with other numbers.

Also, you cannot combine numbers into bigger numbers. (Example (44+66) /2.) Otherwise, you can do anything.

I can get pretty close, but have yet to get 55.
54=4x4x(6/2) +6
56=6 x (6+2) +4+4

Feel free to post any comments below.

EDIT: Riddle has been solved. Thanks internet. If you would like to see the solution, view the comments. Don't look at the answer unless you're completely stumped.

Sunday, May 6, 2007

Magic Gopher Explained

What is the Magic Gopher?
Click here to find out.

I have been asked to explain this.

If you look at the chart at the end of the trick, it is no coincidence that the numbers 0, 9, 18, 27, 36, 45, 54, 63, 72, 81, and 90 all have the same symbol. This is because no matter what two digit number you pick, you always end up with one of those numbers after all of the calculations are done.

Lets say you pick a number in the 30's. It doesn't matter what number you pick, they all end up, once you do the math, being 27.


No matter what number you pick to be in the "ones" digit, you end up subtracting that same digit from the original number, and you're left with a multiple of 10 (in this case 30.) As the number you pick gets higher, the number you subtract gets higher.

Therefore, your number will always be one of 0, 9, 18, 27, 36, 45, 54, 63, 72, 81, or 90, and because all of those numbers have the same sign, the gopher is able to correctly guess the sign every time.