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I watch the sun leaving me...and the shadow of this warrior falls back into the mountains. I touch the ground which caresses him...and weep for a man who believed in the goodness of others...who wanted nothing more than freedom...

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L-Town, OK

Joined on 11/3/03

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387
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Sup. Commander
Global Rank:
124
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Posted by reverend - February 22nd, 2010


A very useless but nifty site I stumbled upon called C O D E O R G A N which take the source code from any given website and makes into a song.

Check out Newgrounds' song.
More Examples:
Facebook
CNN.com
My NG Page


Posted by reverend - December 13th, 2009


I still don't believe no one has beat my hi-score in Tetraform yet. I set it weeks ago but still nothing. I might as well enjoy it while I can, I guess.

Also, I'm editing this newspost to change into some sort of feedback device. Just think of it as a Facebook Wall. Standard BBS rules apply and I'll periodically delete older posts to keep it fresh and clean. Cool?

Sound off!


Posted by reverend - December 6th, 2009


An update of the Wi/Ht? Member list. Previous list is here; where there is a 68 day difference between them.

Here are the ranking by Total Stats of Wi/Ht? Members as of Dec 6, 2009.
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#_ | _Exp_ | _B/Ps_ | Posts | Revs_ | Total_ | Username
01 | 16930 | 146832 | _7278 | _1762 | 172892 | AfroUnderscoreStud
02 | 28289 | 130365 | _3176 | __211 | 162041 | Wylo
03 | 24830 | _95921 | _9899 | ___68 | 130718 | ReconRebel
04 | 19030 | _77777 | 20503 | _1247 | 118557 | Bahamut
05 | 16760 | _68291 | 25184 | __372 | 110607 | BonusStage
06 | 22930 | _82320 | _3081 | ___82 | 108414 | MPA
07 | 25980 | _69680 | 11924 | __762 | 108346 | gfoxcook
08 | 20450 | _66865 | 16310 | _2366 | 105991 | Coop83
09 | 20450 | _46636 | 17645 | 19083 | 103814 | XwaynecoltX
10 | 23570 | _62751 | 13480 | _1767 | 101568 | iscrulz
11 | 17170 | _62500 | 10849 | __405 | _90924 | BlueHippo
12 | 21990 | _63545 | _4684 | __108 | _90327 | leeboy105
13 | 13840 | _68257 | _1354 | ___14 | _83465 | Qwoxyl
14 | 17290 | _54559 | _4648 | __687 | _77184 | Auz
15 | 17325 | _50053 | __636 | ___36 | _68050 | shunshuu
16 | 23765 | _32387 | _7802 | ___16 | _63970 | FIGMENTUM
17 | 20890 | _30000 | 12250 | __377 | _63517 | life
18 | 16150 | _38258 | _3970 | _1852 | _60230 | Haggard
19 | 24592 | _18034 | 15804 | _1557 | _59987 | jonthomson
20 | 24720 | _30019 | _2312 | __341 | _57392 | Myst
21 | 13390 | _36179 | _5875 | __262 | _55705 | Mazza
22 | 17960 | _30686 | _5985 | __287 | _54918 | lightning
23 | 19235 | _31268 | _3868 | __128 | _54499 | Xiivi
24 | 17610 | _34850 | _1583 | __165 | _54208 | Kronno
25 | _9460 | _31457 | _9213 | _1885 | _52015 | Fro
26 | 12010 | _27920 | 10752 | __196 | _50878 | NEVR
27 | _9135 | _36986 | _4483 | __130 | _50734 | D0GMA
28 | _7550 | _41678 | __393 | __106 | _49727 | byteslinger
29 | 14890 | _29657 | _3566 | __401 | _48514 | XkwixiTOnE
30 | 12120 | _27253 | _7123 | __188 | _46684 | Tommy
31 | 14560 | __5168 | 21265 | ___96 | _41089 | Dobio
32 | 12710 | _20568 | _7554 | __239 | _41071 | Casualty
33 | _9780 | _21845 | _2625 | __274 | _34524 | Sir-Nuts
34 | _9260 | _15002 | _8585 | __128 | _32975 | absent
35 | _6630 | _21126 | __611 | ___40 | _28407 | Perceptor
36 | 11665 | _14502 | _1425 | ___86 | _27678 | reverend
37 | 12840 | __7922 | _3850 | __142 | _24754 | the-phantom-spacker
38 | _8170 | __9618 | _5494 | __342 | _23624 | RedCircle
39 | _4575 | _16115 | _2130 | ___27 | _22847 | ShittyKitty
40 | 13310 | __5153 | _4131 | ___77 | _22671 | Alkador
41 | 11000 | __4838 | _4054 | __348 | _20240 | Hybrid-Of-Souls
42 | 13800 | __2620 | __666 | ____2 | _17088 | Afterburner
43 | _7840 | __6807 | _1315 | __544 | _16506 | Sonofkirk
44 | 10584 | __2299 | _2699 | __329 | _15911 | Transformers
45 | _4570 | ___803 | _6237 | __502 | _12112 | macdeth
46 | _1875 | __7447 | __594 | ____5 | __9921 | Drimarki
47 | _2095 | __5719 | _1697 | ___10 | __9521 | redruM


Posted by reverend - November 28th, 2009


I was walking home one day
When a strange plant caught my attention
It was so divine

I simply had to have it
it's welcoming texture made me feel safe and secure
I could feel my love for this plant increasing with every step I took
And here . . .
I finally realized
Love can be anywhere

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A silly poem that was in Seven's Second Adventure but it really made me think a little. The last line 'Love can be anywhere" is pretty true; love can be anywhere, in the littlest and in the simplest of things. It's just the matter of how you value those things that make it significant to you. Whether it's your pet's attention to you, a walk in the cool fall air, or a plant people can always find something to cherish, which is what love is all about.

Plant Love


Posted by reverend - September 29th, 2009


My curiosity was bugging me. There is a list of WiHt? Regulars where the stats/rankings are kept, but what about the full members.

Here are the ranking by Total Stats of Wi/Ht? Members as of Sept 29, 2009.
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#_ | _Exp_ | _B/Ps_ | Posts | Revs_ | Total_ | Username
01 | 16240 | 146383 | _7285 | _1763 | 171671 | AfroUnderscoreStud
02 | 27599 | 128951 | _3071 | __210 | 159831 | Wylo
03 | 24320 | _95819 | _9896 | ___68 | 130103 | ReconRebel
04 | 18350 | _77777 | 20225 | _1247 | 117599 | Bahamut
05 | 16630 | _68225 | 25194 | __371 | 110420 | BonusStage
06 | 22250 | _82320 | _3081 | ___82 | 107733 | MPA
07 | 25310 | _69506 | 11901 | __762 | 107479 | gfoxcook
08 | 20260 | _46478 | 17612 | 19094 | 103444 | XwaynecoltX
09 | 19770 | _63677 | 15753 | _2132 | 101332 | Coop83
10 | 22890 | _62506 | 13501 | _1771 | 100668 | iscrulz
11 | 16560 | _62347 | 10845 | __406 | _90158 | BlueHippo
12 | 21590 | _63376 | _4684 | __108 | _89758 | leeboy105
13 | 13800 | _68257 | _1354 | ___14 | _83425 | Qwoxyl
14 | 16600 | _52412 | _4361 | __666 | _74039 | Auz
15 | 16655 | _50053 | __616 | ___36 | _67360 | shunshuu
16 | 23105 | _32217 | _7755 | ___16 | _63093 | FIGMENTUM
17 | 20230 | _30000 | 12241 | __377 | _62848 | life
18 | 23902 | _17989 | 15765 | _1556 | _59212 | jonthomson
19 | 15470 | _36835 | _3782 | _1676 | _57763 | Haggard
20 | 24050 | _30018 | _2312 | __341 | _56721 | Myst
21 | 13390 | _36178 | _5875 | __262 | _55705 | Mazza
22 | 17950 | _30686 | _5984 | __287 | _54907 | lightning
23 | 17610 | _34850 | _1583 | __165 | _54208 | Kronno
24 | 18605 | _31268 | _3867 | __128 | _53868 | Xiivi
25 | _9135 | _36986 | _4483 | __130 | _50734 | D0GMA
26 | _8770 | _30897 | _9043 | _1817 | _50527 | Fro
27 | 11720 | _27833 | 10704 | __196 | _50453 | NEVR
28 | 14890 | _29657 | _3566 | __401 | _48514 | XkwixiTOnE
29 | 12120 | _27253 | _7125 | __188 | _46686 | Tommy
30 | 12710 | _20567 | _7512 | __241 | _41030 | Casualty
31 | 14540 | __5168 | 21174 | ___96 | _40978 | Dobio
32 | _9090 | _21340 | _2617 | __275 | _33322 | Sir-Nuts
33 | _9260 | _15002 | _8585 | __128 | _32975 | absent
34 | _6630 | _21126 | __612 | ___40 | _28408 | Perceptor
35 | 12840 | __7922 | _3850 | __142 | _24754 | the-phantom-spacker
36 | _8170 | __9618 | _5495 | __343 | _23626 | RedCircle
37 | _4575 | _16115 | _2130 | ___27 | _22847 | ShittyKitty
38 | 13310 | __5153 | _4131 | ___77 | _22671 | Alkador
39 | 10510 | __4738 | _3914 | __346 | _19508 | Hybrid-Of-Souls
40 | 13730 | __4796 | __666 | ____2 | _19194 | Afterburner
41 | _7300 | __6738 | _1285 | __562 | _15885 | Sonofkirk
42 | 10584 | __2199 | _2699 | __329 | _15811 | Transformers
43 | _4570 | ___803 | _6237 | __503 | _12113 | macdeth
44 | _1875 | __7447 | __594 | ____5 | __9921 | Drimarki
45 | _2095 | __5719 | _1697 | ___10 | __9521 | redruM


Posted by reverend - August 19th, 2009


So many people claim to be Indian, speaking of an Indian grandmother, a warrior grandfather. Let's say the United States government announced that every Indian had to return to their reservation. How many people would shove their Indian ancestor back into the closet?

-Sherman Alexie

Imagining Indians


Posted by reverend - August 19th, 2009


Ever since the latest redesign on 7/17/07, Newgrounds stop basing user levels on a sliding scale for levels 10 through 29 with highest experienced user at level 30 setting the scale. So I wondered, what would my level be if the old scale was still in use. Below are the results for each minimum experience required for each level.

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So what is your level?

Level 30 - 40,596
Level 29 - 38,682
Level 28 - 36,768
Level 27 - 34,854
Level 26 - 32,940
Level 25 - 31,026
Level 24 - 29,112
Level 23 - 27,198
Level 22 - 25,284
Level 21 - 23,370
Level 20 - 21,456
Level 19 - 19,541
Level 18 - 17,627
Level 17 - 15,713
Level 16 - 13,799
Level 15 - 11,885
Level 14 - 9,971
Level 13 - 8,057
Level 12 - 6,143
Level 11 - 4,229
Level 10 - 2,315
Level 9 - 400
Level 8 - 350
Level 7 - 300
Level 6 - 250
Level 5 - 200
Level 4 - 150
Level 3 - 100
Level 2 - 50
Level 1 - 0

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This was calculated using the formula provided by Auz in this thread.

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Remember that each day the #1 user changes exp and so will the level requirements. Also, there might be some rounding errors so it might be 1 or 2 exp points off from what NG would say if it was still in use.

Real NG Levels for 3/04


Posted by reverend - July 28th, 2009


Yep. Today is my 25th Birthday.

I'm surprised that I'm still around Newgrounds, 5 out of my 25 years, considering the averages age seems to be 15 here. I guess that makes me ancient. Ha!

I'm still waiting on my automated Happy Birthday from Tom in my in-box. I'm not even sure if they still do that. :P

Regardless, good times will be had today!

Happy Birthday to Moi!


Posted by reverend - June 30th, 2009


Come and get it kiddos!

http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/u pgrade.html

I looks like they did a great job in making it a lot faster. I noticed how much faster NG and my Myspace page seems to render. We'll see in the upcoming days and the Geolocation seems interesting, though a little inaccurate.

Of course, if you want to still use your add-ons i.e. display changes you might want to wait a few days, however the essentials Extensions should work; ABP, Firebug, etc...


Posted by reverend - March 6th, 2009


God is dead. God remains dead. And we have killed him. How shall we comfort ourselves, the murderers of all murderers? What was holiest and mightiest of all that the world has yet owned has bled to death under our knives: who will wipe this blood off us? What water is there for us to clean ourselves? What festivals of atonement, what sacred games shall we have to invent? Is not the greatness of this deed too great for us? Must we ourselves not become gods simply to appear worthy of it?