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looking back on old dire entrey i think to myself holey shit i used to be a tool

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Written about Tuesday 2011-05-31
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y is it when ever somthing good happins 2me 3 bad things happins

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Written about Thursday 2011-04-21
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       Stem cell research
Stem cell research always has been-- and probably always will be-- one of the most popular and controversial topics of all time. Some say it is wrong because it involves using the cells of unborn children; this is true, although it does have many benefits for those who have disabilities and threatening illnesses. This is also true, according to the research. When stem cells were applied to animals, the results were that the animals were much stronger, and no longer favored certain sides of their bodies. A stem cell is a basically a blank cell that forms into any type of cell it is near. Stem cells can also be used to help out newborns; while we don't yet (as far as i know) have the technology to create new limbs we can help by adding stem cells to under-developed joints so that that newborn can take his or her first steps.
The history of research into these magic medicines is more lengthy than you might imagine. In fact, they were first mentioned in 1908, when the Russian histologist Alexander Maksimov (1874–1928) proposed their name at a meeting of the congress of the hematologic society in Berlin. However, it wasn't until the 1960s that scientific evidence of adult neurogenesis, ongoing stem cell activity in the brain, was proven to exist.
  In 1963, scientists Ernest McCulloch and James Till illustrated the presence of self-renewing cells in mouse bone marrow. This came to fruition in 1968 , when a bone marrow transplant between two siblings successfully treated SCID. It wasn't long until evidence of stem cells popped up elsewhere; soon, haematopoietic stem cells were discovered in human cord blood.
  In the year 1981, scientists Martin Evans, Matthew Kaufman, and Gail R. Martin made a breakthrough when they successfully derived mouse embryonic stem cells from the inner cell mass of a mouse fetus. Gail R. Martin holds a claim to fame for coining the term "Embryonic Stem Cell".
  These helpful stem cells weren't the only kind of stem cells to be discovered; leukemia, a fatal cancer that afflicts children, was shown to originate from a haematopoietic stem cell in 1997. This was the first direct evidence for cancer stem cells. A sad discovery indeed, but only one year later, James Thomson and coworkers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison derive the first human embryonic stem cell line. Also in 1998, scientist John Gearhart of Johns Hopkins University extracted germ cells from fetal gonadal tissue before developing many different stem cell lines from the original sample. This would pave the way for many things to come.
  The new millennium would bring many new advancements in this technology. For instance, in 2001, scientists at Advanced Cell Technology succeeded in cloning the first early (four- to six-cell stage) human embryos for the purpose of generating embryonic stem cells. 2005, researchers at Kingston University in England claimed to have discovered a third category of stem cell, dubbed cord-blood-derived embryonic-like stem cells (CBEs), derived from umbilical cord blood. The scientists claimed that these umbilical cord-derived stem cells were more versatile than regular adult stem cells, and could evolve or be “determined” into more types of specialized organ cells.
  These researchers were soon vindicated for their hard work, when researchers at UC Irvine's Reeve-Irvine Research Center succeeded in partially restoring the ability of mice with paralyzed spines to walk through the injection of human neural stem cells. At last, it seemed, these stem cells had proved their worth. In fact, in October 2006, the brilliant researchers in Newcastle University in England created the first ever artificial liver cells using umbilical cord blood stem cells.
However, much controversy was brewing about the use of these umbilical stem cells, due to facts which we will discuss later. But in January 2007, these setbacks were stopped temporarily when scientists at Wake Forest University led by Dr. Anthony Atala and Harvard University report discovery of a new type of stem cell in amniotic fluid, which could provide an alternative to use of embryonic stem cells. In fact, in June of the same year, research reported by three different groups showed that normal skin cells in mice could be “reprogrammed” to an embryonic state.
As you can see, these cells have the potential to cure almost any disease. However, there are many opponents of this method. One of the most well known groups against stem cell research is the notorious Westboro Baptist Church. They believe, as stated before, that using cells from unborn fetuses is considered murder. Many churches share their views; however, the thing that sets them apart from everyone else is that they are far more active and aggressive. They have sometimes gone as far as to make threatening phone calls to the employees of the research establishments.
The church isn't the only vocal opponent of stem cell research; there are many opponents in the halls of the Capital as well. Many senators (usually Republican) have stood up in opposition to the method. The first president to speak out against stem cell research was Gorge W Bush . Shortly after he made his statement against the subject, a banquet was held for the tube-grown children that would have been donated to these facilities. He referred to them as “snowflake children.” This was most likely due to the fact that they all had pale white skin and white hair, despite not being albino.
The way stem cells are applied is by simply injecting them into the area where they are needed. The procedure takes at least two weeks to take full effect. There are currently research facilities in every state, but the state with the most facilities is California. For several years, stem cell research was only legal in a few states until late 2009, when current president Barack Obama fully legalized stem cell research. There have recently been tests done on humans, but no official report has apparently been filed. Now i can understand the skeptics but, as mentioned before, there are other ways of getting these stem cells. In fact, if you ever have had a bone marrow transplant you can thank stem cell from another's bones for the help.
The process of extraction is simple. It can take a little time, but once a donor with a matching blood type is fond they are given a drug which will get all those stem cells out of your bones and get them out. Then after around a few days (around five to six) of waiting before harvesting a catheter or double IV is used on each arm and the blood is strained of stem cells and the blood is returned to the donor's body. This process will cost you a day twelve to twenty-four hours to get it all (or at lest most) of them out.
Stem cells, once extracted, can be used in many other ways besides bone marrow transplants. For instance, as we mentioned earlier, scientists have grown entire working organs simply from reprogramming stem cells to function and grow into specific types of cells. This process involves taking chemicals that tell the cell (while it's growing) what to form into. Once the stem cell has the chemical, and it's order, it changes it make-up to become that specific type of cell. This creates a new working organ which, as long as the blood type is the same, can be transplanted into the patient, thus giving them a new chance at life.
In this paper, we have talked about the history, the uses, and the opponents of stem cell research. Time will tell whether this landmark method will gain traction, but in the meantime, we can hope that one day, all the diseases that affect humanity can perhaps be alleviated by stem cells.

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Written about Thursday 2011-04-14
Written: (4252 days ago)

Stem cell research always has been-- and probably always will be-- one of the most popular and controversial topics of all time. Some say it is wrong because it involves using the cells of unborn children; this is true, although it does have many benefits for those who have disabilities and threatening illnesses. This is also true, according to the research.  When stem cells were applied to animals, the results were that the animals were much stronger, and no longer favored certain sides of their bodies. A stem cell is a basically a blank cell that forms into any type of cell it is near.  One of the most well known groups against stem cell research is the notorious Westboro Baptist Church. They believe, as stated before, that using cells from unborn fetuses is considered murder. The thing that sets them apart from everyone else is that they are far more active and aggressive. They have sometimes gone as far as to make threatening phone calls to the employees of the research establishments. The first president to speak out against stem cell research was Gorge W Bush . Shortly after he made his statement against the subject, a banquet was held for the tube-grown children that would have been donated to these facilities. He referred to them as “snowflake children.” This was most likely due to the fact that they all had pale white skin and white hair, despite not being albino. The way stem cells are applied is by simply injecting them into the area where they are needed. The procedure takes at least two weeks to take full effect.

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Written about Saturday 2011-04-09
Written: (4258 days ago)

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Written about Tuesday 2011-03-29
Written: (4268 days ago)

YouTube: Way More Than Just Hits in the Groin
Thousands upon thousands of people log onto YouTube every day to listen to music, watch videos of kitties, or do several other things video-related. A much smaller percentage are the ones who make these videos that we all enjoy so much. A video can take anywhere from two minutes to more than a week to make, depending on the quality. I make videos with my good friend—let’s call him Mr. D. I consider myself a jack-of-all-trades when it comes to video making, but I specialize in Speakonia videos and Let’s Plays, the former consisting of still pictures or videos of a character, presumed to be the speaker, spoken over by a computer-generated voice from the program Speakonia, which usually intends as a video to parody said character and often contains inappropriate content and racial slur, though usually not used in racial context. The latter, Let’s Plays, consist of recorded footage of a video game played by the person the video is credited to, while the same person adds humorous or explanatory commentary.  Making the video is fun, but for me, the most thrilling part is uploading them. When you get a lot of positive feedback on a video, it is better than any high anyone could experience. Each video is like a child. You only want to see them be successful, and as fun as it is to make them, the positive feedback is better. But unlike a child, a video will not grow into an angsty teenager, disown you and move in with its boyfriend or girlfriend, whom you probably don’t much care for anyway, but enough of my pointless ramblings. Throughout most of my YouTube “career,” I’ve gotten mainly very positive feedback. Some people have called me a comedy genius, and the strangest comment I ever received told me I was a god. My biggest inspirations for videos were Mr. D; someone with the username FireGXLOL, who was one of the first people to bring Speakonia to YouTube; ChuggaaConroy, a very popular Let’s Player, and NintendoCapriSun, a more laidback Let’s Player. My most popular video that wasn’t a response to something else was a Let’s Play of an Internet game called, “Indiana Bones and the Cannibal Cave.” It was basically a parody of Indiana Jones with stick people. However, my most-viewed video was one I did on a friend of mine getting a YouTube partnership. That video got over 2000 views. As fun as YouTube is, it isn’t all fun and games. One of the worst things about YouTube is the trolls. A troll is basically someone who uses YouTube to cause trouble. A troll will do anything from hurling insults to claiming copyright infringement on random videos, which results in the video being removed and its poster receiving a “strike.”  YouTube is like baseball—three strikes and you’re out. If a user’s account is suspended three times, it will be terminated. Many people think that YouTube—and the Internet in general—is like a jungle: wild and uncivilized with no rules. In reality, it has quite a few, though some are unenforced. You are not supposed to use “misleading” thumbnails, for instance, but many people do on a regular basis with no penalty. That is baceicley everthiny you need to know about youtube and how it has efectid me

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Written about Tuesday 2011-03-29
Written: (4268 days ago)

In this report we are going to be looking at lieing and why woman in particular are worse lairs then men discover some incriminating body language as well as a look into how your brain works agents you when your lieing.

Frist were going to look into why women are worse liers. for one men deal with stress better then woman case and point  women show there stressed and cant carry it nearly as well as a man would. Fer-thing my point. Cence the beging of time men have had to deal with the stress of hunting farming and keeping food to provide for there famulys or even a hole village now of corse not to say in all cases woman cant be deceiving its just historically as well as neurologically it has shown woman are more likely to show sines of stress.

Sines of stress can be as small as a movement of the hand or as big as totally chageing your posstcher. Now bare in mind that the fallowing arent your one hundred percent way to know there are out side factors that can effect it they might be stressed over something elce or might have lied to some one else but they are a good first warning. Wel start with the eyes this will be the frist thing most will notice they will hold more eye contatct with you then normal beliveing that in doing so that you will think there more truthful this of coser is dosent normaly work and you may notice that there pumpuls are more consticted then they should be next will be there nose you might notice that they rub there nose or even sneeze. Next some pepol mostly woman will put there hands at the base of there throt. Not two other common tell tail sines are crossing your arms and your legs both more or less defensive moves or even hideing behind something such as your brefcase (putting it in front of you not like a 2 year old) or barring in to your jackit  but bare in mind that meany of theses could be out side stress or even side effects of medication for eggsampul meany medasins ment to deal with A.D.H.D and A.D.D will make you parranoyed in some cases so be aware of this when dealing with someone

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Written about Thursday 2011-03-17
Written: (4280 days ago)

All throughout histerey one group of people has always tried to fight agenst another group of people for one reason or anuther. Amarica ribelld agenst englind because they were tiyerd of all of englinds ridikyouliss laws and there obillitey to change them on a wim. Agest all odds the british were diffeeted. My personl bealeaf is the reason the british lost is because they got overley confident and underestimated the amaricans. Fast forwerd about 100 years the northern and sothern hafes of the united states begin fighting because the soulth wonted to separate its self from the contrey.the soulth might have won if it wasnot for por planning on there part.just reasonley the dicktater of eagipt steped don from power after month of ribleing from the people . this esy has tote you anything I hope it that over cofidens is the gratest enemy.

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Written about Tuesday 2011-03-15
Written: (4282 days ago)

All throughout histerey one group of people has always tried to fight agenst another group of people for one reason or anuther. Amarica ribelld agenst englind for rilijst freedumagents all odds the british were diffeeted. My personl bealeaf is the reason the british lost is because they got overley confident and underestimated the amaricans. Fast forwerd about 100 years the northern and sothern hafes of the united states begin fighting because the soulth wonted to separate its self from the contrey.the soulth might have won if it wasnot for por planning on there part.

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Written about Tuesday 2011-03-15
Written: (4282 days ago)

YouTube: Way More Than Just Hits in the Groin
Thousands upon thousands of people log onto YouTube every day to listen to music, watch videos of kitties, or do several other things video-related. A much smaller percentage are the ones who make these videos that we all enjoy so much. A video can take anywhere from two minutes to more than a week to make, depending on the quality. I make videos with my good friend—let’s call him Mr. D. I consider myself a jack-of-all-trades when it comes to video making, but I specialize in Speakonia videos and Let’s Plays, the former consisting of still pictures or videos of a character, presumed to be the speaker, spoken over by a computer-generated voice from the program Speakonia, which usually intends as a video to parody said character and often contains inappropriate content and racial slur, though usually not used in racial context. The latter, Let’s Plays, consist of recorded footage of a video game played by the person the video is credited to, while the same person adds humorous or explanatory commentary.  Making the video is fun, but for me, the most thrilling part is uploading them. When you get a lot of positive feedback on a video, it is better than any high anyone could experience. Each video is like a child. You only want to see them be successful, and as fun as it is to make them, the positive feedback is better. But unlike a child, a video will not grow into an angsty teenager, disown you and move in with its boyfriend or girlfriend, whom you probably don’t much care for anyway, but enough of my pointless ramblings. Throughout most of my YouTube “career,” I’ve gotten mainly very positive feedback. Some people have called me a comedy genius, and the strangest comment I ever received told me I was a god. My biggest inspirations for videos were Mr. D; someone with the username FireGXLOL, who was one of the first people to bring Speakonia to YouTube; ChuggaaConroy, a very popular Let’s Player; NintendoCapriSun, a more laidback

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Written about Tuesday 2011-03-08
Written: (4289 days ago)

Thousands of people are, at this very minute, turning on a game system or computer. More than likely, they will either be battling a fierce demon or “pwning a n00b” in a poorly-designed battlefield. I remember when I got my first shooting game. It was Goldeneye. I remember that every time I played the game, I went in with one mindset: don’t blink; shoot anything that moves.  After an extended period of time, I started to act that way… minus the shooting part, thankfully. I became really aggressive and my brain shut off. Several years after that, I started playing games like EarthBound, Final Fantasy and Super Mario RPG—role-playing games, a term commonly shortened to RPGs—and I felt much calmer and started doing better in school; however, these are just my personal experiences and I cannot speak for the whole world.  [] indicates a large increase in murders associated with violence in shooting games—games like Halo and Call of Duty. Personally, I believe RPGs are better, because although they do contain occasional acts of violence, they allow the player to think about what they are doing. People who play these games often tend to be more creative, and they are also better problem solvers in most situations. I believe this is because in most of these games, it is common for certain types of enemies to need certain types of weapons or items in order to be beaten.          Shooting games, on the other hand, are a one-size-fits-all thing; fire enough bullets and anything will die. In my opinion, these games are simple games for the simple-minded.  Throughout this whole paper, I’ve been bashing the first-person shooter game genre; however, playing those games can be a good way to relax and a good outlet for anger. Not all people who play them are stupid, arrogant, or rude, based this information on several different personal experiences. One can meet the same type of person playing RPGs.

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Written about Tuesday 2011-02-22
Written: (4303 days ago)

Gamer behavyer typs
Thowlsunds of people are at this very minet terning on a game system or computer . More then likely they will eather be battling a fears deamind or powning a noob in a porley disned battlefeald. When you play these games with these people are? I reameber when I got my first shooter game, it was called goldin eay , I rimeber every time I played the game I whent in with 1 minde set don’t think , shoot anything that moives.
After a exstended peareyid of time I started to act that way mines the shooting part I became realy agresiv and my brain shut off. Sevrl years after that I started playing games like earthbound finle fantisey super Mario rpg and I felt much calmer and I started doing beter in school. However these are just my personl expereyisis and I canot speek for the hole world.
 indactes a lage rise in death asoseyatid with violems in videogames like halo call of dute ect. Pesonley I bealeyv RPGs are better because although they do ocayshinley contane ocshinl acts of vieolens they alow the player to think about what they are doing. People who play these games ofin tend to be more creyativ . they are also better problem salvers in most sichuwaytions. I bealave that this is because in most of these games it is comin for enimeys in these typs of games to need spusific itumes in order to be beatin.
Shooter games on the otherhand are a ones sise fits all thing. Fiear enuf built and anything will die

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Written about Tuesday 2011-02-22
Written: (4303 days ago)

"You have just unlocked NESS, the PSI-powder youth!" Little did I know it, but those words would forever change my life and who I am as a person. Let me give you more back story. When I was ten, I bought a game called Super Smash Bros. It was a fighting game with many well-known Nintendo characters- Mario, Link, Donkey Kong, etc. - however, there was one character who, no matter how I tried, I could never unlock. One night, at a church gathering, my cousin told me how to unlock Ness.
I tried for what seemed like forever to beat the game with three lives. Eventually, the special character screen showed and the fight began. As the fight progressed, I thought to myself, Wait, I have never seen anyone like Ness before. He was a kid who looked no more than 13 and looked like a baseball player, but he shot fire out of his hands and missiles out of his head.
After I won the fight, I looked at his character bio, which said he was from a game called Earthbound.  I quickly turned on my computer, and, long story short, my computer fried. I knew it would be awhile before I would be getting a new computer, so I gave up on researching the game for a while. Several years later, I was in a computer class, and I was bored out of my mind, so I decided to start researching the game again. I came across an article about the ending of the game. It scared me half to death. The article was filled with horrifying images and had a video of the final boss.
The following is a passage from the article.        Shigesato Itoi stated that his “inspiration for Giygas came from a traumatic childhood experience where he mistakenly walked into an adult movie theater and caught a glimpse of a rape scene in the 1957 movie Kenpei to Barabara Shibijin. In Earthbound, Giygas is the main antagonist, who gains such a chaotically menacing power that it destroys himself. Riddled insanity warped his already corrupted mind to complete destruction. When confronted, Giygas loses his mind completely, and becomes blinded by his own irrationalities, eventually to the point where he looses awareness completely. Without a body or mind, Giygas manifests himself into a distorted image of suffering, lashing out in an idiotic blind rage, in a sense, comparable to the Lovecraftian god Azathoth.” The passage was found here: http://www.digitalsomething.com/articles/14.html For the longest time, that article made no sense to me, driving me insane. One thing the article frequently mentioned was ‘nightmare’ or ‘fear,’ so I typed “Ness’s nightmare” into YouTube. I found several clips of the game, and my obsession returned at full force. After seeing many YouTube videos about Earthbound, I was inspired to make my own YouTube channel, which, I am proud to say, has become fairly popular.
Shortly after I made the YouTube account, I became close friends with someone who, if not for the fact that he, too, liked Earthbound, I would have never met. One day I was on a web site called billed your own south park corrupter I was trying to make Ness Eric the person in question asked me if I was making Ness I was shocked because I thought I was the only person who liked earthbound within a 1000 mile ratios ever sense then we have been the best of friends. We have been working together on just about everything.  Soon afterward, I learned that there was a sequel to Earthbound, called Mother 3, available only in Japan. After downloading a ROM of the game and an English translation patch for it, I began playing the game extensively, and was very moved by the game’s intense story. In fact, Mother 3 is the first game that ever made me cry. I can safely say, as well as millions of others, that I am a better person thanks to those two games.
                                               

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Written about Thursday 2011-02-17
Written: (4308 days ago)

Gamer behavyer typs
Thowlsunds of people are at this very minet terning on a game system or computer . More then likely they will eather be battling a fears deamind or powning a noob in a porley disned battlefeald. When you play these games with these people are? I reameber when I got my first shooter game, it was called goldin eay , I rimeber every time I played the game I whent in with 1 minde set don’t think , shoot anything that moives.
After a exstended peareyid of time I started to act that way mines the shooting part I became realy agresiv and my brain shut off. Sevrl years after that I started playing games like earthbound finle fantisey super Mario rpg and I felt much calmer and I started doing beter in school. However these are just my personl expereyisis and I canot speek for the hole world.
  indactes a lage rise in death asoseyatid with violems in videogames like halo call of dute ect. Pesonley I bealeyv RPGs are better because although they do ocayshinley contane ocshinl acts of vieolens they alow the player to think about what they are doing. People who play these games ofin tend to be more  creyativ . they are also better problem salvers in most sichuwaytions. I bealave that this is because in most of these games it is comin for enimeys in these typs of games to need spusific itumes in order to be beatin.
Shooter games on the otherhand are a ones sise fits all thing. Fiear enuf built and ab\nything will die.

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Written about Thursday 2010-12-09
Written: (4379 days ago)

happy b day kayro

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Written about Tuesday 2010-11-30
Written: (4387 days ago)
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im realy pisst off cuz i was suposed 2 werk with sum1 on a project a month ago and we still 8nt dun it

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Written about Sunday 2010-10-03
Written: (4445 days ago)

sorry iv been gone message if u wona no y

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Written: (4520 days ago)
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u all get mad about me always being so sad all the time WELL THERS NOT SHIT I CAN DO ABOUT IT i cant aford ati dipresints and mader what i do i cant fix anything it allway blows up in my face n every 1 ignors me exsept 2 complane bowt it

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