Everything Is So Boring Now…


Everything is boring now that I don’t have another OY book to look forward to. I wish… Wug… NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO… [Sad Whistle]… I’ve got a bad feeling about this…

Boo-Hoo school is… WUG!

I am bored… so insanely bored….

Sooo, I looked up why Mitchel Musso left Pair Of Kings and then I found out why and then I found out he also plays Jeremy from Phineas and Ferb and, AANG FROM AVATAR LAST AIRBENDER!!!!!!!!

Owww’lll (Pronounce the letters it’ll make sense) , I am super bored and wish people would post more origami or I could get more nice comments and I dont have time to blog anymore cause by the time I get home its like 5 o’ clock.



My Origami Yoda Theory

Captain Micah is from a different school where there is a different version of everyone else.

Example A: The lady with the wipes who comes in sounds and appears to be like Mr. Good Clean Fun.

Example B: Captain Micah says “Plesiosaur to meet you” which means there is a version of Murky at that school making up Murkisms.

I think, that Dwight created OY not just to help Ralph Mquarrie, but to help everyone, and possibly people on different planets.

And OY getting in the Mail-Lennium Falcon? Well, I have no theory for that…

Example A: Dwight puts Zynamon 5


BadRobot Releases Video of the Millenium Falcon

Originally posted on The Hoth Spot:

So with the recent twitter war between Zach Snyder and JJ Abrams, we have been able to catch a lot of cool mash ups of Star Wars and Batman. Last week Zach Snyder tweeted this awesome image,


so here is the response from Badrobot.

Keep checking back as we get more updates!

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Notch Leaves Mojang

“I’m leaving Mojang
September 15th, 2014
I don’t see myself as a real game developer. I make games because it’s fun, and because I love games and I love to program, but I don’t make games with the intention of them becoming huge hits, and I don’t try to change the world. Minecraft certainly became a huge hit, and people are telling me it’s changed games. I never meant for it to do either. It’s certainly flattering, and to gradually get thrust into some kind of public spotlight is interesting.

A relatively long time ago, I decided to step down from Minecraft development. Jens was the perfect person to take over leading it, and I wanted to try to do new things. At first, I failed by trying to make something big again, but since I decided to just stick to small prototypes and interesting challenges, I’ve had so much fun with work. I wasn’t exactly sure how I fit into Mojang where people did actual work, but since people said I was important for the culture, I stayed.

I was at home with a bad cold a couple of weeks ago when the internet exploded with hate against me over some kind of EULA situation that I had nothing to do with. I was confused. I didn’t understand. I tweeted this in frustration. Later on, I watched the This is Phil Fish video on YouTube and started to realize I didn’t have the connection to my fans I thought I had. I’ve become a symbol. I don’t want to be a symbol, responsible for something huge that I don’t understand, that I don’t want to work on, that keeps coming back to me. I’m not an entrepreneur. I’m not a CEO. I’m a nerdy computer programmer who likes to have opinions on Twitter.

As soon as this deal is finalized, I will leave Mojang and go back to doing Ludum Dares and small web experiments. If I ever accidentally make something that seems to gain traction, I’ll probably abandon it immediately.

Considering the public image of me already is a bit skewed, I don’t expect to get away from negative comments by doing this, but at least now I won’t feel a responsibility to read them.

I’m aware this goes against a lot of what I’ve said in public. I have no good response to that. I’m also aware a lot of you were using me as a symbol of some perceived struggle. I’m not. I’m a person, and I’m right there struggling with you.

I love you. All of you. Thank you for turning Minecraft into what it has become, but there are too many of you, and I can’t be responsible for something this big. In one sense, it belongs to Microsoft now. In a much bigger sense, it’s belonged to all of you for a long time, and that will never change.

It’s not about the money. It’s about my sanity.”