Tuesday, October 06, 2009

Monday, October 05, 2009

Tetris rules

See it here.

Now go out there and play it.

Friday, October 02, 2009

Not me

This song is totally unrelated to the way I play WoW...

>_>

<_<



Runs away

Thursday, October 01, 2009

6 are not enough

:(

Just wish "justice" would happen here too...

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

The more you know

There's a reason why ALL the movies based on videogames suck.

And the ones who for some reason reference them are worse:

Monday, September 28, 2009

MGS: Costa Rica

Lol!

Its always nice to see and compare the portrayal of my country in fiction by people who've never been there. Including our ever-victorious air force, and dangers.

Now we got Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker to join the fad.

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Work to do

It sounds so easy when they just summarize it like that :(

*Sigh*

Connection fail

Had a Ulduar25 raid last night, everyone did well except me me :(

On EVERY boss I had connection issues and the game kicked me out, to come just in time to ninja loot the drops :(

Didn't like it...

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

So much for freedom

Can't they accept that their god is dead?

Nobody gives a crap about the excuses they make to hide their vices, other petty problems, and lies!

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

¡Basura que no sirve ni para limpiarse el culo!

¿Y estos mal paridos qué putas se creen sacando esta mierda? ¡Vergüenza debería de darles!

When to quit

Some people just don't know when to do it, right?

All he had to do was to stay in a hotel suite for a couple of more months until the elections. But he had to make a show-off...

Geez, he should consider himself lucky that they were stupid enough to kick him out in the stupid way they did.

Friday, September 18, 2009

Eau de Death

So it is proven that marking your hunting grounds with the carcases of your slayed enemies works like a charm.

Monday, September 14, 2009

Stress

Or not?

Pozol

For those unaware of Costa Rican cuisine, here's a recipe.

Friday, September 11, 2009

PVP



And now you know...

Thursday, September 10, 2009

iGoogle

So, I finally decided to give it a try...

Its really not so bad afterall...

Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Change

Nothing endures but change.
-
Heraclitus



So much changes in this past days, nothing will be the same.

Friday, August 28, 2009

Scam

For a second, I almost fell for this scam:

Am in a hurry writing you this note,Just wanted to seek your help on something very important, you are the only person i could reach at this point, and i hope you come to my aid. Because something very terrible is happening to me now,i need a favor from you now,I had a trip here in UK on a mission.


Unfortunately for me all my money got stolen on my way to the hotel where i lodged along with my bag were my passport was ,And since then i have been without any money i am even owing the hotel here.

So i have limited access to emails for now, please i need you to lend me about 900Pounds so i can make arrangements and return back please,i have spoken to
the embassy here but they are not responding to the matter effectively, I will return the money back to you as soon as i get home, I am so confused right
now.
I will be waiting to hear from you.
Regards

One google later, and found tons of them.

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Religion = serious business

Read for yourself.

If there were a god who didn't want people to drink alcohol, it would be poisonous.

End of topic.

Or is it?

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Monday, August 24, 2009

Attention Translators

I'm talking to you, the Mexican ones!

STOP adding stupid Mexican slang and jokes in translations!

Its NOT funny, and no one wants to hear your crap!

Friday, August 21, 2009

Transformers 2 review

Never EVER watching anything made by Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman nor Ehren Kruger.

Just don't watch it, and keep your love of Transformers pure.

Monday, August 17, 2009

Busy busy busy

I haven't forgotten about this blog, just don't have enough time lately to do it properly... Next 3 days I'll be in a event, with even less chance for updates :s

Sorry...

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Fact

Girls in love cook salty things

Friday, August 07, 2009

Thursday, August 06, 2009

Made it


Too slackerish to really check how much it took me, but finally made it :)

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Just a warm up

It always amuses me that the biggest praise for my work comes for the imagination, while the truth is that there's not a single line in all my work that does not have a basis in reality. The problem is that Caribbean reality resembles the wildest imagination.
-Gabriel García Márquez

Can you imagine a president doing warm ups of himself crossing the border back to his country? Well, it happened in real life.

/facepalm

Friday, July 24, 2009

Vent

Installed and tried out vent for WoW.

So far so good, a little bit hard to configure (had to follow my guild's Vent for Dummies), but once you get it to work the audio quality is good. Just need to try it out at my lame connection at my parent's.

Thursday, July 23, 2009

9/8, 3:05 pm

Just a date I need to remember...

9/8, 3:05 pm
9/8, 3:05 pm
9/8, 3:05 pm
9/8, 3:05 pm
9/8, 3:05 pm

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

EPIC WIN!

This how you fucking do a epic win!

Monday, July 20, 2009

The Humanity!

Seriously, people watch THIS?!?!?!?!

Friday, July 17, 2009

Good old times

Ah... its good to be young... I remember when I was your level, 75, and got my first level 80 gear (which at that time was the level cap).

There I was, my first time in Drak'Tharon Keep with a random group of people having the usual problems to start the instace: the server was full and we had to wait to enter, some people had to be summoned twice, some went AFK while we tried to get inside, and we had to wait for them...

In those days it was VERY common for me to get into random instance groups using the LFG and going to places I didn't know where they were. (Good old times)

Once we FINALLY started the instance, our first mobs killed or wiped us! I was already starting to worry how we would manage to even do the first boss like that! Was it my fault? (I was the healer which I don't usually like)

And then the bomb came! Everyone but a Blood Elf hunter died, and he looted a rare item from a mob while the rest spirit released!

I was about to leave the group because I was tired of wiping and that, but since I don't usually do it without analyzing what was going wrong, it turned out the item was NOT
bind on pick up so, we rolled and I won it (with a 99 lol!)! I still wasn't able to use it but it was my first level 80 item! What item was it? No idea lol, I didn't write it down, I just remember it was a spellcaster cloak with a red socket.

And the instance itself? Well, we did finish it, it turns out that our Dork Knight tank forgot to put Frost Presence! Jeez! Fucking n00b!

Next time I'll tell you about the shaman who said me and the other druid were ninjas because we needed cloth items. Now go out there kids and farm Azshara, I gotta drink my prune juice.

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Monday, July 13, 2009

Bound to happen

Finally found a thing about WoW I loath: male draenei laugh.

Thursday, July 09, 2009

Wednesday, July 08, 2009

Tuesday, July 07, 2009

Long live the King

Whatever he became, you can't deny it. He will always be the King of Pop.

So go and YouTube any video of his MUSIC (not stupid "news" about him").

My top 5 videos (posting links videos because a embedded video is likely to get nerfed):

5. Beat it
4. Remember the time
3. Black or white
2. Billie Jean
1. Smooth Criminal

Monday, July 06, 2009

Split decisions

Curses!

Now that I joined a nice guild of people around my level to play with in the Alliance, I reach a level where my first guild on the Horde starts showing interest in things I do, and I can start working with them.

Friday, July 03, 2009

La verdad del golpe tecnico en Honduras

(Palabras de un amigo hondureño de hace años)

Hermanos latinoamericanos:

Lo de honduras no fue un golpe de estado, ya que los tres poderres que nos han gobernado desde 1982 siguen vigentes.

Poder Judicial (Suprema Corte de Justicia)
Esta mantiene aun los mismos magistrado y jueces que fungian durante el reinado de desacatos, violaciones a las leyes, fallos juridicos y a la misma sagrada constitucion de la republica por parte de Manuel Zelaya Rosales.

Poder Legislativo (Honorabnle congreso nacional)
Siguen rigiendo los mismos diputados que fueron electos por el pueblo para gobernar al pueblo, bajo el juramento de proteger, respetar y hacer que se respete la constitucion de la republica.

Poder Ejecutivo (Presidencia de la republica y gabinete de gobierno)
Modificado en su totalidad debido a la expulsion pacifica del ex-presidente Manuel Zelaya Rosales

Estos tres poderes aun siguen vigentes, aun vivimos en democracia, el tribunal supremo electoral ha convocado a elecciones generales este 29 de Noviembre.

Los caprichos y mentiras de Zelaya.

Zelaya venia con intenciones de perpetuerse en el poder, ideas engendradas por el dictador venezolano Hugo Chavez Frias, quien, con dineros del pueblo de Venezuela financiaba las campañas anti-copnstitucionales de Zelaya.

Sin ser el autorizado por las leyes de nuestro pais, convocó a una ¨encuesta de opinion popular¨ la viene convocando desde hace mas de ocho meses, pero jamas publico en el diario oficial la Gazeta el decreto de ley para oficializar dicha ¨encuesta¨

Los tribunales de Honduras le advirtieron de la ilegalidad de sus actos, pero al el le valio un comino la ley de honduras, y, muy al estilo de Chavez, quiso sobrepasar nuestras leyes...

Nadie habia actuado, en su contra, porque somos un pais pacifico, no nos gusta la violencia, pero la gota que derramo el vaso fue la destitucion del jefe del estado mayor conjunto, o sea, el mero mero de las fuerzas militares del pais, ya que este se nego a acatar una orden ilegal.

La trampa de la famos ¨encuesta de opinion popular¨ fue descubierta hasta el pasado 25 de Junio, que es cuando se publica en el diario la Gazeta el decreto de ley con respecto a dicha encuesta, la cual, realmente era una autorizacion directa para instalar una asamblea nacional constituyente, y no la cuarta urna en las elecciones de noviembre proximo.

Eso, segun la constitucion de la republioca, es TRAICION A LA REPUBLICA, por lo que se ordeno, que el 28 de Junio fuera exiliado, para evitar un derramamiento de sangre innecesario en nuestro pais.

Pero su ambicion de poder, y la deuda con hugo chavez lo hizo difamarnos como pais, por lo que, ahora, nuestro poder judicial ha instruido a la fiscalia general de la republica gire orden de capruta contra Zelaya, y esta ha sido enviada a INTERPOL.

No todo ha sido tan positivo para nosotros los Hondureños, con lagrimas en mis ojos he visto como se ha destruido equipo de una radioemisora, y como manifestantes defensores de Zelaya fueron perseguidos, despues de que militares disolvieran su manifestacion, y estos fueronsacados de hospitales, heridos, donde recibian atencion medica, no debimos llegar a este extremo, pero para fortalecer nuestra democracia se ha empleado la fuerza.

Iremos a elecciones generales en noviembre, nuestro nuevo presidente entregara la presidencia el proximo 27 de enero, y a Zelaya no lo queremos aqui, si el regresa, lo mas seguro es que vaya preso, o que algun loco lo mate.

VIVA LA REPUBLICA DE HONDURAS, VIVA LA DEMOCRACIA!!!!

VIVAN EL GENERAL ROMEO VASQUEZ, HEROE NACIONAL DE HONDURAS!!!!!

VIVAN LAS FUERZAS ARMADAS QUE SE HAN APEGADO A DEFENDER NUESTRAS DEMOCRACIA!!!!

Y a todos aquellos que amenacen nuestra soberania les decimos:

SOMOS 7.5 MILLIONES DE SOLDADOS DISPUESTOS A MORIR POR NUESTRA PATRIA

Hice mencion de los pecados de Zelaya, pero no los enumere:

1) Se adjudico la frecuencia de canal 8, aun cuando un juzgado administrativo de lo contencioso fallo a favor del empresario y politico Elias Asfura, Haciendo Zelaya caso omiso del fallo revelandose contra una autoridad del pais.

2) Tenemos una pandemia con la gripe A H1N1, a la cual el no le ha prestado la mas minima atencion, mientras su misitro hablada de 81 casos oficiales en todo el pais, extraoficialmente se conocde, que solo el IHSS ha atendido mas de 250 casos en las ultimas 3 semanas, cosa que Zelaya oculto, y peor aun, no le dio la importancia necesaria

3) Nuestra red vial esta casi destruida, necesita de mantenimiento, pero el dijo que no habia presupuesto para repararla, pero si ha gastado los dineros del pùeblo en propaganda de radio y televion para promover una encuesta que al final era una convocatoria para una asamblea nacional conmstituyente

4) Tuvimos un terremotod de gran magnitud hace unas semanas atras, hay muchos damnificados y bordos de contencion de rios seriamente dañados, a el eso no le importo, no visito las comunidades afectas, y ni siquiera se pronuncio al respecto. Si los bordos colapsan se perderian muchos cultivos, lo que signigficaria que en los proximos meses, honduras comenzaria a sufrir de hambre por falta de alimentos

5) Tenia que presentar el presupuesto nacinal para el 2009 a mas tardar en septiembre del 2008, pero al 28 de Junio de 2009, cuando fue exiliado, maliciosamente aun no presentaba un presupuesto nacional para el año corriente, razon? estaba utilizando el dinero del pueblo, para fomentar su continuismo.

Esos puedo mencionar entre los 17 que existen, mas el de alta tracion al estado al intentar violentar nuestra constitucion al convocar, sin que le corresponda a el, a una asamblea nacional constituyente para crear una nueva constitucion, violando descaradamente el juramento que le hizo a la patria de OBEDECER la sagrada constitucion de la republica.

La alta traicion puede conllevar, segun el articulo 34 de nuestra constitucion, a la perdidda de su ciudadania hondureña., que creo es el siguiente paso a seguir por parte de nuestras autoridades.

Lamento que la cadena CNN haya dicho tantas mentiras, y se haya negado a entrevistar a los organizadores del comite paz y democracia, esparciendo mentiras a nivel internacional, y dando una mala imagen de que fue lo que realmente sucedio en nuestro pais.

Investing in CR

Thursday, July 02, 2009

Kamen 2009

I don't think I had made a entry about it yet...

http://www.festivalkamen.com/

Wednesday, July 01, 2009

Vorthosian Inquisition

Its SO epic you have to see it for yourself: http://vorthosian-inquisition.blogspot.com/

National tv promotes reading, internet, cable, etc

*Belches*

*Drinks bottles of Listerine*

Is there anything to erase my memory?

*Tries out shock therapy*

Nope, not working. :'(

Had the disgrace of watching seconds of the feces known as La diosa del regguetón and now I'm scarred for life

*Belches again*

Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Video time

To take the bad taste of my mouth from the VERY lame picture on internet called "Laura Chinguilla" (google it at your own risk) here's some videos:



Monday, June 29, 2009

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

More money

Just read that next year there will be 20.000 and 50.000 colones bills, time to check pockets before washing clothes...

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Spittoon

Just wish I had one...

:(

Monday, June 22, 2009

Solstice

Among all the solstice celebrations around the world, now I've joined one: Midsummer Fire Festival.

It cost be LOTS of resurrections to do half of the necessary quests for A thief's reward, but that's all part of the fun.

Friday, June 19, 2009

Biohazard

Got up with cold symptoms on sunday so, I was a possible swine flu case until proven otherwise. Although I'm not 100% better yet, there's no chance I got it.

I need a scout badge for that...

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Must buy

Every office needs this now, so move your ass and go for it.

Meh

I know its my fault because I expected better, but Afath is a complete failure.

The author's biggest influence is no doubt Carmen Lyra's Cuentos de mi Tía Panchita.

Double morals of the good guys just 'cause they're the good guys, and everything the bad guy does is e-vile. In a perfect world, the dead bodies of the "villian" and the "good guy" will rot while a random bird craps of them.

If you'll excuse me, A feast for crows needs me.

Monday, June 08, 2009

Voting guide

Tired of random jerks coming to guide you to the votation booth because they want you to vote for their candidate?

Just wear a tshirt with this symbol:
100% warranty that they'll evade you like the plague.

Friday, June 05, 2009

Agriculture Day

That's what today is, right? At least it seemed so judging by the stands distributed at the Pretil.

Wednesday, June 03, 2009

July 10th

Besides a very important date, it will be the day the Guayabo arqueological site will be declared a International Engineering Heritage site.

In other news, last night it was proved that strategy beats brawn when a group of 4 won a battle the SAME group plus 1 got wiped in.

Tuesday, June 02, 2009

Must kill

Its really not funny organizing a party to do an instance, start the instance, complete most of the instance, loose your internet connection for 10 minutes for yet-unsolved reasons, and when you finally get back online, be told that the party has finished the instance (which includes getting the achievement for it, completing a quest, and loot) without you :(

Monday, June 01, 2009

GM

And it seems the end of General Motors as we know it.

Crappy US Nationalism aside, it is a chance to see a good positive change in the way cars are built. Lets just hope for the best.

Friday, May 29, 2009

/facepalm



Remember kids, STAY at school or you'll end up like him.

Thursday, May 28, 2009

Disabled People Day

I think "Handicapped Person Respect/Appreciation Day" would have sounded better...

Anyways, respect them!

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Coolest AMV EVER

I think its been over 10 years since I first saw this AMV, and its STILL the best I've ever seen:



Its even cooler when you understand the song's lyrics :p

Monday, May 25, 2009

Premios Nacionales

So, today is the official ceremony of the National Prizes. I'll be there and hopefully won't bore myself to death because I got my boss' A Feast of Crows with me

In other news, posters for Comic Party 2009 are everywhere...

Friday, May 22, 2009

Thorny Lizard


Just look at it!

Want one for my bday.

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

YouKioske

Still not sure how this site works, but I'm sure we'll hear from it again.

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

"Don't question my geographic sense"

Famous words of my boss he had to eat 1 km later.

"Don't question my geographic sense" (my reply at after said distance).

Friday, May 15, 2009

Leeroy

Some things never get old, and you can never stop beating a dead horse.

Right?

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Know your limits

Lets just say I'm saving you from being scarred by not showing you the pics I got of people who tattoo and pierce themselves until it is disgusting.

So, remember kids, making holes into your nose big enough to pass a knife through is not cool.

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

6 tips at life

1. Success requires constant dedication

2. It’s important to strategize your communication

3. Set an objective and develop a strategy

4. It’s about networking

5. Join new services, create new lines of communication

6. Earn other people’s trust

And where does this wisdom come from?













Keep scrolling...













Almost there...













You might regret seeing it...













Ok, next one is the last one...













I said next, not this...













Read here.

In other news, now Playboy is making a MCOG.

Monday, May 11, 2009

BBQ

So, we had our BBQ which was nice.

Met nice people, found out why Guitar Hero is so popular, and got nice WoW tips. I can't finish this entry without leaving incriminating evidence right?

Friday, May 08, 2009

mmm.... Saludable

In this time of crisis, now we got a fruit/vegetable eating campaign in the University campus, of course after being forced for months to eat salads and fruits instead of my usual pastry/fast food, it doesn't do much for me.

Thursday, May 07, 2009

Google Analytics results

I installed Google Analytics on this blog a while ago, so lets see the results since then:

-569 visits
-Average visitor spends 31 s on the page
-Most visited entries are about the size of Central America, when I got my Fruitcake Elemental, my Lorwyn summary, and the reasons to buy a PSP
-People who come to this site come by typing it directly, Google, another blog, my sigs from theMagicTutor.com and MtG.com's forums
-My visitors come from Russia, CR, USA, Spain, Argentina, Mexico, Philippines, Colombia, Dominica, and Panama

And in the end, thank you all for coming to visit me :)

Wednesday, May 06, 2009

The stuff nightmares are made out of

(My previous update was lame)

Written by Skibo the first:

Magic: the Gathering
Evolution

Jace is your average high school student living in a small town when just before he's going to ask the most popular girl in school, he gets too worked up and finds himself in Egypt. He later learns that he is a planeswalker meaning he can teleport anywhere on Earth... and once to Mars as comic relief.

Years ago his grandfather and four others found a mystical stone in a Mayan ruin and when touched it broke apart into five peices, each with a diffrent color. Now Jace must collect all five stones and bring them back to the Mayan temple before the eclipse or else the world will end*. On his way he'll fight Chandra, the brash young hottie with a love of pyromania, Vess, a troubled girl who made a deal she can't back away from, Gaurruk, a hunter extreme with no morality when it comes to his prey, and Ajani, a young man who is learned the diffrence between vegence and justice.

But deep in the shadows lurks, Bolas. Jace's former friend and rival. He seeks the stone for his own power.

Will Jace be able to recover all five stones? Will Bolas suceed in destroying the world? You'll just have to tune into...

In the end Bolas does get the stones, turns into a dragon and Jace has to slay him with the legacy weapon.

Seeds fall anywhere

Thank you Captain Obvious

Tuesday, May 05, 2009

How NOT to do marketing



-Ad released months after the product hit the shelves
-Sloppy execution recycling previous ads
-Missguiding information (new direction my ass)

Monday, May 04, 2009

Fantasy Day

It sounds very interesting and fun, but I was already compromised with a BBQ of my WoW Guild...

Alternative Producciones, RolCR, Juegos de Mesa CR y Avalon Game Shop, te invitan al nuevo evento de Alternative:

Fantasy Day!!!

Este día dedicado a la Fantasía, estaremos dando diferentes demostraciones de juegos de rol y de mesa con énfasis en la Fantasía.

Estos seran los juegos que se jugaran:

En la mañana, mesas de 10 am a 2 pm:

Mesas #1: D&D 4th Edition (New d20 System, Wizards od the Coast): Escape from Sembia

Mesas #2: Exalted 2nd Edition (Storytelling System, White Wolf): Return to the Tomb of Five Corners

Mesa #3: Pathfinder (d20 System, Paizo Publishing): Hollow's Last Hope

Mesa #4: D&D 3.5 Edition (d29 System, Dungeon Crawl Clasics): Idylls of the Rat King

En la tarde, mesas de 3pm a 7pm:

Mesa #1: D&D 2nd, Ravenloft Setting (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons, TSR): Requiem: The Green Harvest

Mesa #2: Hears to Olympia (Hears to Olympia System, Countess Games): The Missing Shipment

Mesa #3: D&D 3..5 Edition, Ptolus Setting (d20 System, Mongoose): Aventura y cupos por confirmar

Mesa #4: Exalted 2nd Edition (Storytelling System, White Wolf): Return to the Tomb of Five Corners

Mesa #5: Song of Ice and Fire (Song of Ice and Fire System): A Game of Thrones

Al igual que diferentes juegos de mesa con temática de Fantasía a manos de nuestros amigos de Juegos de Mesa CR.

El Fantasy Day se llevara acabo el Sábado 9 de Mayo en el nuevo local de Avalon Game Shop (Avalon Game Arena), situado en San Pedro, contiguo al restaurante Tico Burguesas.

Para mas informacion sobre el evento, y para reservar tu espacio en las mesas de demostración, solo necesitas entrar al Portal de Alternative: http://alternative.informe.com

Nota:
Las aventuras empezaran a la hora indicada (10 am y 3 pm), por lo tanto los jugadores se les pide estar al menos 15 minutos antes. Si los jugadores de una mesa no estan 10 minutos despues de la hora indicada (10 am y 3 pm), la mesa se le dara a cualquier otro grupo dispuesto a jugar o sera cancelada.

Los esperamos a tod@s en este nuevo evento de Alternative Producciones!

Thursday, April 30, 2009

Videochat

The organizers insisted that it was a conference, but it really was a chat.

Anyways, it was nice to see 10 different universities TTOs presenting and discussing their work on-line.

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

No shame

Jeez!

And the worst part is that there will be people who will vote for him, and he'll at least get a seat in Congress.

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Noblegarden

This week I'm on my first seasonal event of WoW: Noblegarden.

The event's quests are simple, the only problem is the amount of players competing to find the eggs. I doubt I'll finish all the achievements this year, but we'll see.

Casually, next week is Children's Week...

Friday, April 24, 2009

International Book Day

It was yesterday, and no one knew there was a 15% discount in Libro Max :(

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Alara Reborn spoiler complete

Here it is.

Unsurprisingly, there's a bit of everything there, including things I want, badly, NOW.

Monday, April 20, 2009

Not my time

I was going to complain about this Semana U compared to the ones of my student years, but the first parts of Reaper Man convinced me not to do so...

Saturday, April 18, 2009

There is no God

The worthless piece of rat-shit known as José Pablo Rojas Vargas strikes again, now his personal count of "accidental" deaths is 2.

And in less than a month he'll be looking for #3...

Friday, April 17, 2009

Avalon Game Arena

Just when Magic had been dead, nailed, and half buried for me, they do this to me.

Jeez!

In other news, I made my first alt character of WoW, a night elf hunter in Steamwheedle Cartel called Jurunela.

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Heroes get killed rather quickly and the only people left to root for are the antagonist's who are most likeable

(Title taken from my friend Eid)

I'm SO tired of Eragon, not only is he a stupid moron who hasn't done anything to deserve everything that happens to him, but he gets the bonus of extended life and magical powers for doing nothing?

Murtagh instead... now THAT's a character I'd like to be the main guy of a series, and have a extended life.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Friday, April 03, 2009

Video games can teach helpful behavior, too

Here you have it.

In other news, I'm a bit dissapointed that this is a better April Fool's joke than the one they actually did.

Thursday, April 02, 2009

The Guild

This is a must see for everyone out there.



Yesterday's April Fool's were so-so, kudos to Starcraft II's Terratron, and WoW's Pimp my mount.

Wednesday, April 01, 2009

War gene

And now you know what we need to do with the idiots.

Monday, March 30, 2009

Zen

1. Do not walk behind me, for I may not lead. Do not walk ahead of me, for I may not follow Do not walk beside me either. Just pretty much leave me alone.
2. The journey of a thousand miles begins with a broken fan belt and leaky tire.
3. It's always darkest before dawn. So if you're going to steal your neighbor's newspaper, that's the time to do it.
4. Don't be irreplaceable. If you can't be replaced, you can't be promoted.
5. Always remember that you're unique. Just like everyone else.
6. Never test the depth of the water with both feet.
7. If you think nobody cares if you're alive, try missing a couple of car payments.
8. Before you criticize someone, you should walk a mile in their shoes. That way, when you criticize them, you're a mile away and you have their shoes.
9. Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day. Teach him how to fish, and he will sit in a boat and drink beer all day .
10. If at first you don't succeed, skydiving is probably not for you.

Friday, March 27, 2009

Video game profile

The Helping Hand
Deliberate Sociable Fun Veteran (DSFV)
Generous, helpful, kind...a few of many positive attributes people see in you, the Helping Hand. Nothing satisfies you more than helping your teammates or friends out in all the games that you play. You may even look to assist people in some cases if there is no one around asking for help. In fact, the enjoyment that you receive from helping people rivals that of solving a puzzle, winning a battle, or achieving a hard objective in a game.

Heavily social intensive games tend to be what you enjoy the most although you can probably find something to take pleasure in with most games. For instance, if you happen to find yourself in a competitive first person shooter, you'd probably take the support class. We recommend you stick to games (and crowds!) where people will appreciate you more; these include more casual gamers seeking fun and excitement from games rather than the serious competitive ones.

Source

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Free t-shirts!

Now that I got your attention...

LA RED COSTARRICENSE DE ACTIVIDAD FISICA SE COMPLECE EN INVITARLOS(AS) A COMPARTIR EL DIA MUNDIAL DE LA ACTIVIDAD FISICA EL DOMINGO 29 DE MARZO 2009.
SALIDA: 9 a.m del parque la Merced hacia el parque la Sabana.
HABRA FERIA DE LA SALUD Actividades deportivas y recreativas de exhibición y actividades en las que usted podrá participar directamente.-
Asista con su familia, con sus compañeros(as), y amigos. Rompa la rutina y pase un día diferente sin ningún costo.
EL LEMA: comunidad activa construye su salud

(For real, they'll give free tshirts)

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Razorfen Kraul

Another instance bites the dust. I'm actually considering doing it again to loot more equipment.

Monday, March 23, 2009

Long weekend

So much done...

-Went to D&D Day
-Won the bonus prize of D&D Day
-Almost got killed in the street after tripping because there's no light
-Almost got robbed by thieves after surviving the death encounter
-Got 2 of the Inheritance Cycle books
-Joined Dragon Knights
-Got a sig banner:
http://www.siglaunch.com/sigs/wow/7/0/4/7/7/70477rIyQI.png

And the day hasn't finished yet.

Friday, March 20, 2009

IE8 = crap

I downloaded it to try it, and 15 minutes later it got stuck for 3 minutes and almost crashed.

EPIC FAIL.

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Good Party

It is SO different when you have a balanced and hard working party to do an instance. I've been trying for almost a week to complete Wailing Caverns with no definite result, and last night in a simple group of 4, we completed Shadowfang Keep.

Monday, March 16, 2009

Cereal box

That's where some people seem to be getting their driver licenses these days...

On saturday night, a kid rammed into my brother's car, which was parked and had the hand break, and managed to turn it 90° into the road.

Now my brother's worried that his car will be declared wasted because the insurance won't cover a repair more expensive than the car itself.

Friday, March 13, 2009

Lunch quake

I don't know about you guys out there, but these 11:30 am quakes are my lunch-time alarm.

How long will this go on?

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Loot Ninja

I was accused of being one, just because during my first dungeon raid everything happened so fast I took something and didn't have a chance to check it; in the end, I did like the item, and now wear it though.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Helicobacter pylori

So, today I had blood and breath samples taken to see if I got these little buggers...

Not that the test result will be conclusive in any aspect of my life, but at least I'll be able to tell if I have them or not.

Monday, March 09, 2009

:(

Everything I did this weekend, everything that happened in the world is meaningless now.

There was a guy breaking trash bags on the street on the way to work today to eat other people's trash, and a guy camping in a bus stop when I went to lunch.

What is happening in this country?

Friday, March 06, 2009

Day 4

Still progressing on the quests and trying to choose talents and professions I want.

Now you can see my character here.

PS. I still got the same logging problems, updating BIOS and video codecs didn't work.

Thursday, March 05, 2009

Day 3

I still got the same problem with the game, and it seems that the solution is updating my BIOS.

Anyways, quests are getting harder now because the items I'm required to collect aren't dropped as common as before. I also got my first glimpse of a major city; the damned guys promoting their items for sale flood the general chat, gotta find the in-game option to ignore them.

Wednesday, March 04, 2009

Day 2

So, I still got the same login problems...

On the bright side, quests are starting to get more developed with more interesting objectives and storyline.

And I also got into my first party; it wasn't anything special, but it proved that there are n00bs everywhere... our warrior was an idiot who didn't follow the basic strategy of: spellcasters lure the mobs.

In other news, I want this!

Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Day 1

I arrived home very excited about FINALLY playing WoW, and to my surprise, the game started normally, but there was a problem seeing my character playing. I posted my problem in the official forums, but unfortunately the customer service person was already gone.

First of all, a game that is played 24/7 SHOULD have a 24/7 customer service!

Anyways, the game managed to fix itself somehow, and I managed to play.

The starting quests were the usual: kill harmless animals and collect items to report back. Only when I reached level 5 I was asked to kill intelligent warfaring beings, and to help another NPC.

Unlike ANY other 3D MMORPG I've played so far, the game NEVER lagged at all to me, which is a considerable plus, on the down side, I only saw 1 other player once riding his mount in the distance, and the dead bodies of 3 other players, which is a down... MMORPGs are not fun if there's no one online... maybe its because I'm in a starting zone, and only n00bs like me roam there...

Monday, March 02, 2009

Lok'tar ogar!

Finally today I will start WoW.

No idea if I'll ever see the sunlight again...

Friday, February 27, 2009

Never ceasing to surprise me

Just look at this:

Its not a joke, photoshop or genetical engineering, it's a REAL fish.

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Monday, February 23, 2009

Friday, February 20, 2009

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

OneChanbara: Bikini Samurai Squad

Seriously, I wish I was making this up...

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

eye OK

In a natural progression of taking what people do for pleasure and use it to develop new products and services, I present to you eye OK to test your sight.

Have fun.

Monday, February 16, 2009

Friday, February 13, 2009

Conceptos Básicos sobre Derechos de Autor

La Unidad de Gestión y Transferencia del Conocimiento para la Innovación (PROINNOVA) les invita a participar en la charla “Conceptos Básicos sobre Derechos de Autor” a llevarse a cabo el próximo martes 24 de febrero a partir de las 9 am en el auditorio 290 de la Facultad de Biología. La charla será brindada por la Licda. Silvia Salazar, cubriendo los siguientes temas:

1. Derechos de autor
2. Proceso de registro de obras en el Registro Nacional
3. Códigos ISBN
4. Sección de preguntas

La Licda. Salazar es una abogada graduada de la Universidad de Costa Rica, con una especialidad en propiedad intelectual y transferencia de tecnología del Franklin Pierce Law Center de Estados Unidos. Por más de diez años se desempeñó como Asesora Legal de la Vicerrectoría de Investigación de la Universidad de Costa Rica y de la Oficina de Transferencia de Tecnología de la misma Universidad ahora PROINNOVA. También ha sido consultora en propiedad intelectual de diversos organismos internacionales incluidos SIECA, IICA, FAO, OMPI, etc. Es reconocida internacionalmente como conferencista y ha publicado numerosos artículos sobre estos temas. Actualmente se desempeña como consultora internacional y es asesora en propiedad intelectual en PROINNOVA.

La charla es de cupo limitado por lo que le solicitamos reservar su campo enviando sus datos personales (nombre, correo y teléfono) al correo proinnova.vi@ucr.ac.cr

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

In the future

In the near future, we might see this very often:



I'm sure the "Lack of internet connectivity" is already needed.

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

More oxygen

This is the face of one of the stupidest persons that thankfully isn't wasting our oxygen anymore:



Lets hope that at least your stupidity serves as a example to others.

Monday, February 09, 2009

Something's wrong here

There's something seriously wrong when the video game based on a movie is more exciting than the movie...



Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Yet another mouth

Yesterday at around 9:20 pm Tiffany Picado Pérez was born, poor little kid, not only she got a polo name already, such a perfect chance to have PPP or PPPP as initials was wasted...

In other news, I found scientific proof that I'm defective and need to go get my money back.

Monday, February 02, 2009

Marketing

Was it really necessary to put a naked teenager girl on the cover of an EXCELENT book?



Jeez, now I have to hide it from kids in the bus.

Friday, January 30, 2009

Nissa Revane

We don't know much about her, but keep the eye on the lookout.

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Video

Just a video I'm promoting (in Spanish, sorry):



Now you know why this invention won the 2008 Clodomiro Picado National Technology Award.

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

The price of good advertising

Due to a simple (yet very effective) marketing strategy we've implemented at the office, our phones haven't stopped ringing all day long, and as of this moment I've sent over 50 e-mails to people who have contacted us regarding our announcement.

I'm starting to hate effective marketing.

For those interested, you can subscribe now to WIPO's General Course on Intellectual Property.

Monday, January 26, 2009

Price of fame

Not even 30 minutes after the press conference finished, and our phones were already flooded with calls from the press looking for an interview with the 2008 National Technology Award winner, whose developed we protected and have encouraged ever since (not to mention that we signed him up in the competition).

Woe is us.

Sunday, January 25, 2009

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Goodbye Guantánamo

In a very surprising move in the world of politicias, Obamas has done something he promised in his campaing to do: order Guantánamo to be closed, and do something about the people locked there, innocent or not.

In other news, I might go to Honduras at the end of march to do a presentation, but it's still not official.

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

>_<

In spite of having a decent weight, a decent body fat percentage, and a decent body mass index, blood tests say that my triglycerides are a bit too high...

That means no more of things that I eat every single day for a while, and I gotta do more aerobics in the gym.

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Yet more stupidity

Right when you thought gringos did something smart by electing Obama, they just keep confirming how fucking stupid they are.

In other news, I lost 3 kg since november.

Friday, January 16, 2009

Sometimes a Great Notion

The last season of BSG starts today, can't wait to see it :)

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Despereaux

Just don't watch it.

The only thing worthy is Roscuro, and yet they blew the chance to make him a more interesting character.

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Cashing in

Today I went to a INS agency to ask for my refunds thanks to Iberia's horrible and useless workmethods.

In 3 weeks I'll know how much money they want to give me.

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Iberia is STILL bullshit

This time they made me stay 24 hours in Madrid, and lost my luggage for a day. And the worst part is that cashing in the compensation money is impossible from here.

Fucking jerks.

Monday, January 12, 2009

Earthquake

I dedicate today's entry to the victim of the recent earthquake who's lives were lost or ruined.

Monday, January 05, 2009

De vuelta al trabajo

Bueno... yo no, mis compañeros de oficina ya estan trabajando y algunos hasta ahora leen el blog de nuevo. Saludos a tod@s.

Sabado 18

Luego de unas dos horas en bus llegamos Rzhev, un pequeño pueblo de 60.000 personas donde probe montones de comida casera tipica rusa:

-VERDADERA ensalada rusa llamada olivje (que no se parecen en nada a lo que siempre han llamado ensalada rusa en mi pais)
-Caviar
-Estofado de papa que en realidad es un picadillo de papa
-Carne horneada
-Un queque en capas, algo similar a una torta chilena...
-Tomates rellenos
-Huevos rellenos
-Arenque en un abrigo de piel
-Salmon salado
-Ensalada de palitos de cangrejo (que en realidad no contienen cangrejo)
-Salchichas de jamon

Todo lo anterior acompañado de vino rojo y jugo de cereza.

Ademas, durante el camino pude ver las diferencias entre las ciudades y pueblos rusos: un pueblo no es mas que un grupo de antiguas pequeñas casas de madera (segun dicen carentes de agua caliente y servicios sanitarios “normales”) aparentemente identicas en las cuales habitan agricultores que cultivan y cosechan todo lo que pueden durante la primavera y verano y sobreviven el resto del año con sus ahorros y conservas (almacenadas en una bodega aparte) al invierno.

Hablando de conservas, aqui es lo mas normal del mundo prepararlas aunque no vivas en esas condiciones, son tradicionales y es normal poseer frascos y el equipo necesario para sellarlos en las casas.

Domingo 19

Luego de semejante lista de platillos del dia anterior, ya supondran como estaba mi estomago este dia, asi que no hay mucho que decir... regresamos a Tver sin contratiempos.

Lunes 20

Un pequeño paseo por Tver… me confundi anteriormente, este dia fue cuando visitamos la Flama Eterna y el Monumento a la Victoria…

En la noche nos preparamos para el viaje a Moscu.

Martes 21

Москва… que se puede decir acerca de la capital rusa y ciudad mas grande de Europa con incontables museos y areas famosas, el segundo metro mas transitado del mundo y la ciudad mas cara del mundo en estos momentos? Simplemente que toda una vida no basta para verlo todo...

Pero mejor empezamos por el principio, el tren hacia Moscu; el tren en si no tiene nada de especial, asientos en ambas direcciones con canastas sobre la cabeza para el equipaje y ganchos para los abrigos. Lo importante es la experiencia: mi primer avistamiento de las personas que aprovechan el invierno para caminar sobre los rios y lagos congelados para hacer un agujero sobre el hielo y sentarse a pescar y lo mas curioso de este tipo de trenes... las personas que no pagan su pasaje.



Cuando uno se monta en el tren no te piden el pasaje, sino que en medio del viaje, en cualquier momento pasan unos chequeadores revisando los tiquetes de las personas y si no tienes tu tiquete en orden o no tienes uno del todo, debes pagar el doble de la tarifa normal como multa. Sin embargo, hay personas que cuentan con que los chequeadores pasan en orden por los vagones o no pueden saber donde te montaste o bajaste para viajar de gratis (o al menos menos de lo normal si te atrapan), asi que justo antes de que vengan los chequeadores esas personas emigran de manera significativa y descarada al vagon siguiente y cuando tienen la oportunidad se bajan del tren en una estacion y corren a toda velocidad a un carro lejano para evitarlos nuevamente. Tampoco crean que es solo algo que hacen personas de bajos recursos, pude ver desde hombres de traje entero y corbata hasta jovenes con cara de no matar ni una mosca hacer este deporte, porque segun parece, algunos lo hacen por diversion.

Llegados a Moscu tuve mi primera experiencia en metro (los de los aeropuertos de Houston y Madrid no cuentan) donde pude disfrutar muy rapidamente de las famosas diferencias entre las estaciones (distintas combinaciones de colores, materiales, iluminacion, bancas, vitrales, esculturas o dibujos en cada una) ya que esta prohibido tomar fotos y permanecer mucho tiempo observando el panorama es una señal de alerta para la militia para que vengan a revisar tus documentos ya que el metro es el blanco mas frecuente de terrorismo en esta ciudad; apenas el sabado anterior hubo una pequeña explosion en las afueras de una estacion que al principio se penso era una bomba, pero al parecer fueron unos fuegos artificiales defectuosos o mal colocados.

Una vez en nuestra parada final en el Bulevar Tsvetnoj, encontrado nuestro hostel у instalados nos dirijimos al primero de muchos Coffee Houses de los que dependimos en el futuro tanto para el almuerzo como escapar del frio, ya que estan por todas partes tanto aqui como en San Petersburgo, donde llegue a observar 2 en 2 cuadras consecutivas.

Luego siguio nuestra primera visita a la Plaza Roja, el Jardin de Alexander, el Kremlin y la Armeria. Hay unas listas famosas de cosas que debes hacer antes de morir, y aunque no las recuerdo en detalle, visitar la Armeria del Kremlin de Moscu deberia ser una de ellas: las reliquias del pasado (vestidos, tronos, carruajes, decorados, vajillas, ...), pinturas, iconos religiosos, armas, joyas (incluyendo coronas y cetros de los zares) y regalos diplomaticos recibidos por el imperio en epocas anteriores son incontables y de incalculable belleza y valor.

Por cierto, entre la Plaza Roja y el Jardin experimente otra clasica actividad moscovita: ser detenido por la militia por ningun motivo, revision de documentos, enfrentar algun cargo pseudo-imaginario y pagar un soborno para seguir mi camino. Afortunadamente, el militia nos recomendo una forma de evitar estas situaciones en el futuro: no hablar en idiomas extranjeros o en ruso con mal acento, esa es otra señal de alerta para que un militia te detenga.

Me despido por ahora, hasta la proxima actualizacion.