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Saturday, August 09, 2008
blogging about life and other junk
I will now use this as an address to put various other things i want to show people cheers.
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    Wednesday, October 31, 2007
    Darth Vader Panhandling



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    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 3:44 PM  
    Fish Guts in a Forest


    Fish guts in a forest.

    Ideas Contributed by
    Robo Pope Omega - Fish Guts


    Mary Black - A forest


    If you don't have a MySpace account you can submit your idea here . Just write in your idea in the "suggested website" box.

    Thanks!

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    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 12:42 PM  
    Wednesday, June 27, 2007
    ZYX


    Buy this item from Etsy by clicking here
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 2:31 PM  
    Thursday, June 14, 2007
    Suburban Homiez
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 1:17 AM  
    Friday, June 08, 2007
    Cone Head
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 8:39 PM  
    Suburban Black Helicopters


    Black helicopters over suburbia
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 1:16 AM  
    Tuesday, May 15, 2007
    Asian Hip Hop Cyclops


    The Asian Hip Hop Cyclops. This came from a dream I had where there was this hip hop artist freestyling.

    Heres some interesting nerd trivia relating to the word cyclops.

    Cyclops64 (formerly known as Blue Gene/C) is a cellular architecture in development by IBM. The Cyclops64 project aims to create the first "supercomputer on a chip".

    The Cyclops was most famously painted in 1914 painting by French Symbolist painter Odilon Redon.

    Etymology
    (pl. cyclopes), 1513, from L., from Gk. kyklops, lit. "round-eyed." One of a race of one-eyed giants who forged thunderbolts for Zeus.

    Cyclops is one of the most common genera of freshwater copepods, comprising over 100 species.
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 2:50 PM  
    Monday, May 14, 2007
    Dust


    I've been spending a lot of time learning MAYA so I haven't had a lot of time to paint lately. I was recently informed by my friend how to disable about.com from ever appearing in your browser again. I hate about.com . Here's the step by step of how to remove it from our IM conversation.

    2:39:12 PM: Yeah. Edit your hosts file so you block them ... that way if you ever click on them by accident, it'll take you to thehun.net or something ;)

    2:39:12 PM: C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\etc\hosts <- add the line:
    *.about.com 127.0.0.1
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 3:38 PM  
    Monday, March 19, 2007
    Darth Vader



    Do we really need an explanation about Darth Vader?
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 3:48 PM  
    Friday, March 16, 2007
    Self Portrait with Television


    As you can see I ve been making a lot of changes to my blog so updates have been slow. I ve got to get my cute little shopping carts and everything to make purchasing things easier. In the meantime I ll post a few of my older paintings. I did this while I was living in Arizona in 2001.
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 2:02 PM  
    Thursday, March 08, 2007
    The Adventures of Dino Riki

    The Adventures of Dino Riki
    Life is hard for Dino-Riki, a kid growing up with the dinosaurs. Dino-Riki can jump or shoot weapons (fireballs, axes, boomerangs, and a superfire spread-shot) to kill the various enemies around him. He progresses through three types of worlds (land, ruined city, and mountains) and plays through four worlds total. Worlds one, two, and three are one stage each and have checkpoints, but world four is four stages with no checkpoints. At the end of each stage, Dino Riki must face a boss
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 6:45 PM  
    The Adventures of Bayou Billy

    The Adventures of Bayou Billy is a video game released in 1989 by Konami for the NES. It was released in Japan as Mad City in 1988.

    It consists of three distinct playing styles used over 9 levels: shooting (optionally allowing the use of a Zapper), a side-scrolling beat 'em up, and a third-person driving section. Unfortunately, all three modes (especially the side-scroller) were not well executed, and the game remained unpopular among gamers, despite Konami's record of hit titles on the NES. During its release, Konami hyped the game, including a commercial with a live actor playing Bayou Billy, and went as far to sign a deal with Archie Comics. Part of the game's unpopularity was due to a rather high difficulty level, making the game very hard to beat. Strangely, the Japanese release featured a much better balanced difficulty.

    The box art for the original Japanese release featured a hero who looked a lot like Paul Hogan, star of the Crocodile Dundee movies. The American box art is redrawn, likely to avoid a lawsuit. The plot of the hero rescuing a kidnapped girlfriend from a mobster is also similar to that of Crocodile Dundee II. Another similarity to the Crocodile Dundee films is that Bayou Billy starts out fighting in a Louisiana swamp for the first few stages, which presumably the hero is well familiar with, then progresses to an urban scenario where he then fights hoods on Bourbon Street, then the final stage is the luxury mansion of the gangster who kidnapped Annabelle. This may be a possible reference to the first Crocodile Dundee film, which the scenes changed from the Australian outback to New York City.
    via Wikipedia
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 6:43 PM  
    Wednesday, March 07, 2007
    Google God

    PROOF #1

    Google is the closest to an Omniscient (all-knowing) entity in existence. She indexes over 9.5 billion Web Pages, which is more than any other search engine on the web today. Not only is Google the closest to all-knowing, but She also sorts through this vast amount of data using Her patented PageRank method, making said data accessible for us mere mortals.

    PROOF #2

    Google is everywhere at once (Omnipresent). Google's search engine is virtually everywhere on earth at the same time. Billions of indexed WebPages hosted from every corner of the earth. With the proliferation of Wi-Fi networks, you will eventually be able to access Google from anywhere on earth, truly making Her an omnipresent entity.

    PROOF #3

    Google answers prayers. One can pray to Google by doing a search for whatever question or problem is plaguing them. As an example, you can quickly find information on alternative cancer treatments, ways to improve your health, new and innovative medical discoveries and generally anything that resembles a typical prayer. Ask Google and She will show you the way, but showing you is all She can do, for you must help yourself from that point on.

    PROOF #4

    Google is potentially immortal. She cannot be considered a physical being such as ourselves. Her Algorithms are spread out across many servers; if any of which were taken down or damaged, another would undoubtedly take its place. Google can theoretically last forever.

    PROOF #5

    Google is infinite. The Internet can theoretically grow forever, and Google will forever index its infinite growth.

    PROOF #6

    Google remembers all. Google caches WebPages regularly and stores them on its massive servers. In fact, by uploading your thoughts and opinions to the internet, you will forever live on in Google's cache, even after you die.

    PROOF #7

    Google can "do no evil" (Omnibenevolent). Part of Google's corporate philosophy is the belief that a company can make money without being evil.

    PROOF #8

    Evidence of Google's existence is abundant. There is more evidence for the existence of Google than any other God worshiped today. Extraordinary evidence requires extraordinary proof. If seeing is believing, then surf over to www.google.com and experience for yourself Google's awesome power.
    Via church of google dot org :)
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 4:04 PM  
    Tuesday, March 06, 2007
    Adventures in the Magic Kingdom


    Adventures in the Magic Kingdom
    You're at the Magic Kingdom. A parade is about to start. But there's a slight problem. Mickey Mouse can't find the golden key! He asks Goofy where it is, and it's in the castle. But to add to Mickey's misfortune, to open the castle, he needs 6 silver keys.

    Now you come into play. Mickey wants you to travel all over his magical kingdom to find the 6 silver keys. Can you do it, or will you let Mickey down?
    (via console classix dot com)
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 5:40 PM  
    Adventure Island 3


    Adventure Island 3
    "Jeannie Jungle has been captured by aliens! She's stranded somewhere on one of eight islands and you, as the somewhat heroic Master Higgins, must find her. But be careful - each island is guarded by an enormous creature that's very hungry!
    Fortunately, you have a little help. There are five kinds of friendly dinosaurs waiting to give you a lift. They're stuck in eggs that you'll need to crack open!
    Hidden eggs are scattered all over the islands. By finding and breaking them open, you might get a bonus, or even a secret way to the next island! Just don't eat the eggplant...
    So hop on one of your dinosaur pals, and ride your way to Jeannie's rescue!"
    (--As found in the NES Adventure Island 3 manual)
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 5:39 PM  
    Adventure Island 2


    Adventure Island 2
    "Well, that Evil Witch Doctor refuses to give up! Princess Leilani may be safe, but her sister, Tina, has just been nabbed.
    And this time you've got real trouble. Because not one, but EIGHT perilous islands stand between you and your honey. Get set to battle dinosaurs, survive avalanches and out fight the Evil Doctor's nastiest ghouls.
    It'll be tough, that's for sure. So just remember sweet Tina, and how grateful she'll be when you come to her rescue!"
    (--As taken from the NES Adventure Island 2 manual)
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 5:37 PM  



    Windows Vista is here!!!!! Wow! Im so excited! Prague has recently been taken over by a blitz of advertising telling everyone to say "wow" about the latest operating system. I for one am not saying wow, and am annoyed by these advertisements that seem to follow me at every turn. So I decided to use the classic new Vista error message which reads "Error, The Operation Completed Succesfully" . I've made a sheet here for easy sticker duplication on A4 sized paper. As you can imagine the error window can be made to fit any size advertisement. While stickering in public may be illegal, and of course I would never, ever condone such behavior ( :) ) it is fun to see these ads with a little reinterpretation of all the annoying error messages I've got using windows over the years. Enjoy:) ( Click on the image for full size )

    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 1:00 PM  
    Windows Vista is Here! You All Say Wow!
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 12:58 PM  
    Thursday, March 01, 2007
    Adventure Island


    Adventure Island

    "The Evil Witch Doctor has kidnapped Princess Leilani from Master Higgins and taken her to Adventure Island in the South Pacific. It is your mission to help Master Higgins and save Princess Leilani, but it's not going to be easy. On the island, there are forests, mountains, caves, many enemy characters, and traps waiting for you. Can Master Higgins save Princess Leilani from the Evil Witch Doctor?"
    (--from the NES Adventure Island Manual)
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 6:10 PM  
    Tuesday, February 27, 2007
    Advanced Dungeons & Dragons; Pool Of Radiance


    Advanced Dungeons & Dragons; Pool Of Radiance

    Standard role playing game for the NES system. You take your chances rolling a digital die, kill stuff, get rich, and have adventures.
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 9:37 PM  
    Advanced Dungeons & Dragons; Hillsfar


    Advanced Dungeons & Dragons; Hillsfar

    I think I can safely say that Hillsfar is the Worst Role-Playing Game Ever Made. Actually I changed my mind, it's only safe to say that if you accept that this is an RPG in the first place, which it really isn't, despite the AD&D title.

    There is absolutely no role playing involved. Your primary goal seems to consist of breaking into people's houses and stealing all their money without getting caught by the guards. Even when you are doing your job, following the missions given by your guild or whatever, you are always an outlaw. Your alignment doesn't matter. Your class doesn't matter. Clerics can't heal themselves, Magic-Users can't use magic, and Thieves are the only class that have any trouble stealing things, because everyone else can just break the lock, while a thief is supposed to use lock picks, which is nearly impossible and results in a bag full of broken tools rather than getting away with the loot.

    via console classix dot com
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 9:32 PM  
    Monday, February 26, 2007
    Sorry for the lack of posts as of late. My poor little laptop died. Hardware failure. Platters scratched. We tried to put her in the freezer for possible ressurection but sadly nothing helped:(
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 8:51 PM  
    Advanced Dungeons & Dragons; Heroes of the Lance


    Advanced Dungeons & Dragons; Heroes of the Lance

    Based on the later parts of the Dragon Lance book Dragons of Autumn Twilight, the heroes are descending into a ruined city in search of the disks of Mishakal. The gameplay consists of horizontal fighting with a maze like map using doors to change the view. The convoy consists of the eight Heroes of the Lance, you have to use one at a time but, you can change characters whenever you want. Each character has different types of attacks and spells making them more suited to fighting different enemies as well as acting as lives.

    via console classix dot com
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 8:48 PM  
    Advanced Dungeons and Dragons; Dragon Strike


    Take to the skies as a mighty Dragon! Defend your homeland from the threat of the Dark Queen Takhisis and her evil dragon invaders. A standard overhead-view shooter, with a dragon instead of a plane or spaceship, and of course fire breath instead of guns.
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 8:44 PM  
    Monday, February 12, 2007
    A Nightmare on Elm Street


    As you walk down Elm Street, look for open buildings. You have to go in, collect all the items there, and then fight the boss to get out. Freddy will also come occasionally and try to get you, just fight him off as best you can. There several items which are important to collect. First, obviously, the bones, which will be scattered throughthe various buildings. Next are cups of coffee which refill your sleep meter, and a radio which will wake you up from the dream realm. Finally, the Dream Warrior tokens which give you special powers in the dream world to help you defeat Freddy. The runner icon gives you a javelin attack and a somersault jump. The yin-yang gives you a throwing star and jump kick. The wizard hat gives you a magical attack and hovering ability.

    Nightamre on Elm street is actually a pretty interesting game. The graphics aren't great but the gameplay is decent. The Dream Warriors add some variety, since you need to collect them all to get past certain areas, and you get to choose which one is most effective for any given situation.
    via console classix dot com
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 9:52 PM  
    8-eyes


    After hundreds of years of chaos, mankind has finally emerged from the ruins of nuclear war. This world of the distant future has once again flourished under the guidance of the Great King, who harnessed the power of the 8 Eyes to rebuild the planet.

    These strange jewels of power were formed at the eyes, or centers, of the eight nuclear explosions which nearly destroyed the Earth. In the wrong hands, the 8 Eyes could cause untold destruction... and now, they have been seized by the Great King's eight Dukes, in a desperate bid to gain control of the world for themselves. They have banished the King to the nuclear wastelands, and already their squabbling threatens to plunge the world into war once again!

    The task of retrieving the 8 Eyes falls to you, Orin the Falconer, the bravest and mightiest of the King's Guardsmen. With your fighting falcon, Cutrus, you must penetrate each of the eight Duke's castles. There you will face the Duke's soldiers, and battle strange nuclear mutants such as living skeletons, giant wasps, and mud men. You must defeat the monstrous Boss of each castle to retrieve the Jewel of Power he guards.

    Then, to complete your quest, return the 8 Eyes to the Altar of Peace to await the return of the Great King, so that he may finish the rebuilding of Earth. Your reward will be the eternal gratitude of all mankind!
    --from the NES 8 Eyes Instructioon Booklet
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 9:49 PM  
    3-d-woldrunner


    In the game, the player assumes the role of WorldRunner (known in Japan as Jack), a wild "space cowboy" on a mission to save various planets overrun by serpent-like beasts.[1] For its time, the game was technically advanced; the game's three dimensional scrolling effect is very similar to the Mode 7 graphics seen years later in popular Super NES titles such as Super Mario Kart.
    via wikipedia
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 9:47 PM  
    Sunday, February 11, 2007
    Abadox


    ABADOX is a shooter that see you as the last remaining captain of the fleet, your goal is to fly into a monster and destroy it from the inside. Hindering your task are captured spaceships, parasitic worms, and even cells from the monster's immune system. The boss you encounter in the first level is a semi-digested dog, which conveys a certain amount of revulsion not easily achievable on the system
    via game pawn dot com
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 9:54 PM  
    Thursday, February 08, 2007
    portrait of me in the studio



    My friend Dennison Bertram came over today and took some pictures of me in my studio.
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 9:40 PM  
    Tuesday, February 06, 2007
    720°


    720 Degrees, or 720°, is a 1986 arcade game by Atari Games. 720°, a skateboarding game, is notable in that it is the first extreme sports video game, and has a unique timed structure that requires the player score points in order to keep the game going. The game's name comes from the "ultimate" trick, turning a full 720° (two complete circles) in the air after jumping off a ramp. 720° has the player controlling a skateboarder ripping around a middle-class neighborhood. By doing jumps and tricks, the player can eventually acquire enough points to compete at a skate park.
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 5:19 PM  
    10 Yard Fight


    10-Yard Fight is a 1983 American football arcade game, developed by Irem and published by Nintendo (NES) and Irem (Arcade).

    The player does not select plays for either offense or defense. On offense, simply receive the ball upon the snap and either attempt to run with the quarterback, toss the ball to one of two running backs, or throw the ball to the one long distance receiver. On defense, the player chooses one of two players to control, and the computer manipulates the others. The ball can also be punted or a field goal can be attempted.
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 5:17 PM  
    1943 The Battle Of Midway


    1943 The Battle Of Midway was the sequel to the classic game 1942.
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 5:14 PM  
    1942


    The daring Super Ace must fight through 32 stages of dogfights to reach Tokyo and destroy all of Japans aircraft.

    1942 is very simple and very addictive. The classic arcade gameplay that made 1942 a hit in arcades is all here.
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 5:10 PM  


    The beginning of a new project. we ll see how it goes.
    posted by Jeremiah Palecek @ 5:07 PM  
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