Clarisse and Annabeth

Ok, so there being a sequel to the pretty horrendous Percy Jackson movie isn’t just a bad dream. It’s real, and they’ve started filming a while back.

Before I knock my head on the wall till it bleeds and I die of a concussion, I have to say one thing: the person they casted to play Clarisse is beautiful. Unfortunately, this brings about many complications.

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How to Give A Great Oral Presentation/Speech

Public speaking has been the bane of human existence for as long as we can remember. Are you drowning in cold sweat and shivering your toes off whenever you have to do an oral presentation? Well, here are some simple tips for you.

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Random Ads

Recently there’s been this sudden explosion of annoying advertisements just about everywhere. Here are the top five types of advertisements that I find the most annoying.

1. Youtube advertisements.

Youtube used to be a place where you could watch videos in peace without being disturbed. (Except by your mom who wants you to start doing homework). Now, it’s just FILLED with advertisements, all over the place. In little side boxes, at the top, and at the start of your youtube video.

All you want to do is watch a 3 minute music video, but for some odd reason or another, you get forced into watching some rubbish about the ‘sea is calling’, or something about m&m’s jumping into a bowl.

Okay, firstly, just watching it makes me want to puke. Into sea shells. I’d much rather watch A Little Mermaid fifteen times, and I’m not eight years old. Secondly, I do not have the money for a Royal Carribean trip, no matter how many billion times the sea calls me. So, nice try, sea, but for the seventeen thousandth time, no.

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Internet Icon Episode 5

Have you guys heard of Internet Icon? No? Well, it’s basically this talent show type thing (like American Idol, X factor) on Youtube, where ten groups make youtube videos and the best group wins. They have to complete challenges like make an original informercial, use five given words in a video, etcetera, and a panel of three judges (nigahiga, christine lakin, and a guest judge) decides the group to be sent home for the week.

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July 2012