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  1. News coverage on this fire so far has been nonexistent

    by , 1st August 2010 at 12:58 AM (The Live Wire)
    Nothing has happened with it since my last blog either, except a boatload of sirens around 15-20 minutes too late. It's still burning, but no more explosions.

    Some kids were laughing at how a fire safety place was on fire. I laughed too, albeit not as much. Only because the ironic really happened, but school spoiled me.

    ...man, just where the FUCK is the news.

    by , 1st August 2010 at 12:36 AM (Upaah!)
    So it's official! It's Sonic Week!
    Everyone's been starting early, and I think we should extend it to Sonic Month. As you can see, I have claimed Cream the killer Rabbit. She rocks. Happy Sonic Week everyone!
  3. Wildest fire yet!

    by , 1st August 2010 at 12:12 AM (The Live Wire)
    I've blogged about fires many times before. But today, right now, is something far greater.

    A funeral home across the way has caught fire. No big deal...except how it's near an army surplus! Now this is the kind of fireworks show I was hoping for on Canada Day!

    It's out of range...for now, at least. I haven't heard sirens
  4. The Fibonacci Sequence in a fraction

    by , 31st July 2010 at 11:27 PM (Ramblings and Puzzles)
    Those of you who remember my signature a few weeks ago will remember this little line:

    1/89 = 0.011235...

    Where the digits appeared to be following the Fibonacci sequence.

    This is no coincidence. Although the pattern seems to break down after that (0.01123595505617977... is the expansion continued a bit further), we can take a look at a similar function:

    1/9899 = 0.00010102030508132134559046...

    This one follows the pattern ...

    Updated 16th April 2011 at 10:18 AM by Zekurom

  5. Random Wrestling GIF of the Day #11: dickpunch.gif

    by , 31st July 2010 at 11:10 PM (The Live Wire)

    Low blows are not uncommon in wrestling. Heels use them all the time to get out of a title defense, as Randy Orton is doing to Shawn Michaels. However, when you combine that with WWE's extreme fondness for bizarre filters and dramatic zoom-ins during recaps (to the point of where they can even make singing Happy Birthday creepy), you get a recipe for hilarity.