Thursday, April 25, 2013

Question = Questions + Statements; Answer = 2 * Answer

Every time a question is asked, a statement is also being made. A lot of times, when a question is asked, it is actually another question that is really asked. And, another question (in addition) is always answered.

Think about it.

Monday, April 22, 2013

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Criminal Activities

If I were a criminal of the law trying not to get caught, then I would just not engage in criminal activity in the first place.

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Quote: It's Not You, It's Your Brain

"You might pass 5,000 cars on your morning commute, and 4,999 of them might be perfect, polite drivers. But then you pass that one guy in the SUV who literally stuck his buttocks out of his side window and took a flying shit on your hood. When you get to work, are you going to talk about the 4,999 good drivers or the flying hood shitter? You're going to focus on the negative, because your brain is hardwired to devote more attention to the misery in life." -

Maybe we should start complementing the regular good every day, instead of taking it for granted.

Sunday, April 14, 2013

Bucket List: Listen to the Homeless

A possible item to have for a bucket list is to spend time listening to the life story of a person on the streets or somebody asking for money.

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Friday, April 5, 2013

Thursday, April 4, 2013

Random: Self: Drinking Water

Your mouth should find the opening for the water bottle before you raise it up.

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Language: Define Kumbaya

Kumbaya roughly means "come by here"

Programming: Android: Java: Static in Classes

One can only access static variables and functions in another class without creating a new instance of the helper class; One can use ClassName.variable directly, if the variable is static.

Non-static variables and functions require an instantiation to access through; ClassName cn = new ClassName(); cn.variable;

Initial Commit

My other "random" blog was starting to get too standardized and too much traffic. So I'm starting over with some new goals in mind.

  • Mainly short posts, possibly many one-liners.
  • I want to write the many things I learn, that other people couldn't possibly find useful.
  • Things will not be explained on here. Thinking/searching may be required for readers and myself when I reread posts.
Things I post about may or may not be my main focus in my life at the moment. Though, many things should be relate to coding/programming because it is a big part of my life.