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Vader Sessions

What happens when you mix James Earl Jones clips from his other movies with Darth Vader footage?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6A0rwG39Jzk


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Random Facts

Did you know:

  • That if you could constantly accelerate at 5g's (not an insignifgant amount of acceleration), it would take 70 days, 19 hours, 30 minutes, 43.2 seconds to reach the speed of light?*
  • That in order to cover 1au (Astronomical Unit: the distance from Earth to the Sun) in 24 hours, you'd need to travel at a constant 64,552.7 mph?
  • That the speed above is only a reasonable 1075.88 miles per second, and that it is only a little more than 2½ times times Earth's escape velocity (25,053.69 mph)?
  • That I have too much free time on my hands?


* Of course, you cannot reach the speed of light, though you can asymtope towards it. Also, I believe this is in the frame of reference of being on the ship accelerating, for you Relativsts out there.


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Cutest thing _ever_!

Cutest thing _ever_!

Okay, so maybe I'm justed dumb, but I always kinda assumed a Tanuki was just a racoon (the Japanese word for them). But actually, it's a kind of dog (not unlike a fox) that looks like a racoon. I want one!

Image courtesy of Wikipedia.


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Listening

What I currently can't stop listening to:

http://www.ocremix.org/remix/OCR01332/

If you like video game remixes, Super Mario World, pianos, or any of the above, check it out.


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oh em gee, teh greatness!

You need to check this out.

Star Trek and Monty Python. Trust me, when I heard that, I didn't think it would be good either. But it made me type out "oh em gee," something I thought I never would have to do. In otherwords, teh greatness.

http://www.devilducky.com/media/48608/


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Welcome to the new subwayfox.net!

Well, it's been a long, frustrating, anoying time, but I'm finally ready (well, sort of) to say "Welcome!" Not sort of welcome, you're really welcome, well except for you, but you know who you are; I mean sort of ready. Anyways, the majesty before you is the new subwayfox.net! What? Yes, this is it! Stop snickering there in the back!

::grabs chair, and runs to the back of the room::

::loud banging noises ensue::

::returns slightly disheveled::

Sorry about that. Anyway, on to the site at hand. What exactly is subwayfox.net? What is a subway fox? Why .net? What is with that color yellow? Good questions all. So, here are the quick answers:

  1. A URL.
  2. A fox in the subway. Duh.
  3. Becuase .net sounds cooler. ::sticks tounge out::
  4. Subwayfox yellow? Does this question need an answer?

No, in all seriousness, this is a place for me, Blair (aka The Author, the webmaster, the fox, foxy, fatso, that jerk, moron, not-so-funny person, video games, or double cheeseburger, amongst others), to share my goings on. (I wanted to add: "...with You (aka You)," but really, this site is collaborative. Or at least as collaborative as I say it is, Bwahahahahaha!!!!). The naviagtion bar lists a whole bunch of stuff that you can see, comment on, etc. Poke around, it's fun.

Right now there isn't a ton of content, but if I waited until there was, I would've waited forever to put this site up and probably never even made a lot of content (Yes, that is a bad thing, you!). So, it'll go up as I find the time. Almost all new things to the site will show up on the front page as well, and if you're interested, click on your RSS feed button to add this site, which will keep you abreast (or at least achest, for the flat-ones amongst us) of updates. What kind of stuff will be here? The stuff going on in my life; the stuff I'm working on and want to share, huzzahs for my friends and insults to my enemies, that sort of stuff. So stayed tuned, or whatever.

I mentioned collaboration, so here is some stuff that you can do right now. Yes, that's right, right now. First and foremost, anyone can leave comments. Try it out! Also, don't hesistate to make an account- amongst other things, it lets you upload a nifty picture to put next to your comments. Occasionaly, there will be polls and stuff (Hey, there's one of them now!). Also, a (at least sort of) cool idea is the Collabarative High Scores page. Check out details in the High Scores section. Which one of us is teh best? Who has teh most esoteric game for us to try? Well, go on over there to find out, I suppose. Also, if you have content that you think would go good here, don't hesistate to let me know. I'll stick it on up.

So anyway, in short (hah!, too late for that), this is subwayfox.net: "A website about nothing at all, so don't get excited"; "Updated at least twice a month... usually"; "(insert slogan here)"; or, as I like to some it all up, "Bah. Whatever." That's this site's mantra, and I'm sticking to it.

In conclusion, this concludes my welcome speach. Any comments? Suggestions? Problems? Thinly-veiled insults? Feel free to shout out! (Then, you might want to type it into the comment box, so the rest of us can see it).

Also be sure to check out the Copyright Information page. Everything on this site is copy-lefted, with only some rights reserved, so check it out, and please, if you're using or citing something from this site, let me know, I'd love to see it!

Happy subway foxing! (subway foxing? subway-foxing? foxing-subways? subwaying with foxes? subwayfox.net'ing?)


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