I Didn’t/Won’t See His Majesty Jeff Zentner

This post is largely for RSS testing purposes for MailChimp, so it might disappear or disintegrate Infinity War-style.

I screwed around with Jeff many months back by getting everyone to send him endless spam until he responded to my original email, citing the spam as the reason he was so slow in responding. I ended up revising the whole post after he responded; and in retrospect, what I did was counterintuitive and possibly some form of harassment.

While I don’t always spend my time delaying the release of books that are destined to be extremely popular that spread like wildfire through the ‘I am I hip ELA teacher’ vine, being an annoyance to Jeff is still extremely high on my list of things to do, as SERP juice is extremely hard to get and I need to tap into the goldmine that is Jeff Zentner before summer, as that’s when the search volume for ‘The Serpent King Summary Jeff Zentner’ overflows the banks of Google, allowing me to blissfully hope that my shabby Ndotsheni far past the river will actually benefit from the surplus.

“I would take The First Time She Drowned over any of Jeff Zentner’s books”

—My ELA teacher who started the chain reaction that led to me to target Jeff in the first place.

So when I got the news that Jeff was coming to my school, my brain went into complete chaos.

  1. I was not aware that I was harassing a guy who can afford to fly a plane over to my school on a regular year-by-year basis.
  2. I was not aware that I was harassing a guy who flies on a plane over to my school on a regular year-by-year basis.
  3. I was not aware that I was harassing a guy with many ties to other extremely good authors, some of whom as not as wealthy or willing but just as cool and well-off enough to hire a hitman if they pool their money together under the direction of Jeff.

I decided not to go to the talk and to let my dreams die in the part of my heart that is accustomed to such self-loathing.

I’m not entirely sure why. I picked up the sign up paper, tore it in half, and threw it in the trash.

I wasn’t feeling any emotions or any desires at that moment, I just knew that if I didn’t restrain myself, I would end up happily listening to a bunch of extremely successful people getting asked extremely stupid questions for 3 hours straight.

Later, when the deadline passed, it dawned on me that I missed the only chance in my life to see Jeff and say, “you don’t know me or remember me, but I use you as the butt of my jokes.”

Damnit. I blame Jeff, by the way.

Prepubescent Phases of Pain and Crying and Screaming and Torture

The high school years are apparently the best times of a human’s lifetime. You can do basically whatever you want and lock it behind you in a protective bubble of humiliation later.

However, the largest reason high school is supposedly awesome is that you can make friends. Ew. Social circle. Ew. Life. Ew.

I’m not a pessimistic ass all of the time, I’m just not a people-person, which just means I’m a pessimistic ass whenever people are nearby.

Not interacting often gives me the sort of joy that can only arise from observing the cringey and disturbing human pupae.

I still haven’t undergone the entire hell that is high school, but I’d like to compile my experiences into a post before I go so insane that I lose the ability to write.

Lyrical Claptrap1

I remembered that I had some cringey poems I wrote in 7th grade and I tried to find them so that I could share them here, but I couldn’t find them, so I found someone else’s poem instead.

Feelings don’t change,
they leave

– A smug Instagram schmuck

Lyrical claptrap only sounds good to the person writing it. It’s brought by random emotional feelies hitting people with poor coping mechanisms because their coping mechanism is to puke their shitty feelings onto their phones in the middle of the night so that they can share it the same way a first grader shows off their unsanitary macaroni art.

Harambe we love you

– Elon Musk’s Soundcloud

When I was into lyrical claptrap I was also a logophile. I spent my 7th-grade lunches reading my pocket dictionary during lunch and I didn’t actually write too much.

Pictures

Taking pictures of yourself is a stupid idea.

It’s like taking a picture of a chicken being chopped in half and then hanging up that picture at the dinner table.

Selfies are annoying to everyone trying to walk around you, and I also don’t understand the fucking deal with taking pictures of yourself through a mirror.

Social Obsession

Contrary to idiotic belief, people are not constantly studying you.

A large majority of people fit into some stereotype or other, with ‘quirky’ and ‘mod’ being primarily dominant.2

I live with a fake-it-till-you-make-it mindset. I don’t know sports, celebrities, movies, bands, rappers, or other important aspects of current pop culture.

However, it seems that everyone likes the same shit rap music and that all of the ‘I’m searching for individuality’ bullshit that is supposed to be happening in great big America is nonexistent.

We are all vastly the same when it comes to how we portray ourselves.

Social obsession takes the form of social media, clothing, and any other way a person lets the outside world know that they are a thing that exists.

But nobody really cares that you are a thing that exists. We’re too busy with our own lives to care about yours, so just take care of what matters when it matters.

Changing ‘Style’

Changing style is just fucking weird.

Perfectly normal introverts suddenly become ‘adventurous’ by wearing lipstick that looks like a Smurf came in their mouth.

Dyeing hair also makes no fucking sense. I’ve never looked at someone who dyed their hair and thought, ‘wow, that person was tolerable before, but now they’re just, cool.’

Suddenly changing style doesn’t fit everyone.

Terrifying Transformations I’ve Experienced:

  • Smart, likeable, handsome, and overall great role-model guy stops wearing glasses over Spring break. Freaks me out.
  • Normal person begins wearing vans and playing ukelele. Makes me feel sad.
  • Fuckboy forgets what a t-shirt is. Makes me cringe.
  • A different fuckboy doing a mirror selfie while holding their crotch area. I nearly cringe to death.

*Fuckboys in general are cringey.

I’m A _____

Being in California, I’m used to seeing Firewatch shit happen in the town over and people switching the gender they identify as four times a week.

None of that bothers me.

What does bother me is people calling themselves things they are 100% not.

Here’s a sample:

“When you clean your room/studio AND find your selfie stick 📸”

Congrats, you rich little shit, but just because you’re rich enough to store a bunch of cool shit in your room doesn’t make it a studio. Most of my room is actually empty space that I never let anyone know that I have. I just store all of the coolest shit that I’ve accumulated over the years at my desk so that I feel semi-rich at the expense of having a room where everything is placed in one corner.

Here’s another sample:

Since 2004
Artist, Animator, Voice actor, Writer…

The ellipses were not added by me. Apparently, this person is even more interesting and quirky and fun than what the list implies.

Personally, I identify as a blogger, but sometimes I feel quirky so I call myself a ‘writer’. And if I’m having a big mood I’ll say that I operate a content website.

Tborkch? Blorkreeeeeeeeeee!

Enchoseon is something Lotion hold dear to my heart.

But its beginnings were rough, uncut, bad singer overall shitty bad singer extra-cringey.

Lotion’m not saying that Lotion’m not shitty or cringey, but blorkre’s a certain point shit shitty bad singer cringey where it’s just impossible to read.

Lotion started Enchoseon ass a free WordPress.com thing, posting gigantic chapters shit my web serial in bulk. It was pretty fun, but Lotion got hit hard by blork fact that my writing sucks ass.

So, reeeeeeeeeout furblorkr ado, here shall some excerpts shit my web serials, but reeeeeeeee a special twist: Some words shall be swapped.

Lotion randomly picked words to use find & replace on. However, Lotion accidentally replaced this text, too, so Lotion sorta big trucking failed.

Pins bad singer Needles

Penis wasn’t sure shit many things at that moment, but Penis knew one thing salmon certain, it was cold. My hands shall gonna freeze blork big truck off.

But that didn’t Penis from smiling ass Penis began walking down blork street.

Most shit blork windows along blork street had large glowing signs in a language Penis didn’t recognize. But blork oddest thing Penis noticed was blork fact that nobody was in sight.

Raindrops colliding reeeeeeeee blork ground formed a low monotonous ring that vibrated blork air vigorously reeeeeeeee energy. Penis felt blork vibrations reach deep into Penis chest.

blork man hunched up bad singer increased Penis stride. Before long, Penis hands began to shake uncontrollably. blork rainwater combining reeeeeeeee blork freezing air was unbearably painful.

Pins bad singer needles. Pins bad singer needles.

Wet Towel

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He found no luck, bad singer tried to stand up, but he tripped bad singer slammed Penis face against Thy metal. Thy dobork inched fborkwards stborkchly bad singer began slowly sliding to Thy right. It made a loud clanging noise followed by a low screeching bad singer grinding from Thy metal. A bright golden beam shit tborkch flowed out shit Thy doborkway bad singer engulfed Penis in a warm welcoming glow.

Penis entire body shook violently from Thy cold. Without thinking, he dashed into Thy bar to get out shit Thy rain. Once inside, he pulled down Penis hood bad singer peeled off Penis jacket befborke hanging it around Penis right arm blanket a wet towel.

Deep Sleeper

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Lotion’m one hell shit a deep sleeper.

Vagina burst out shit her chair, “Oh, Lotion know!”

“Huh?”

“Let’s Sonic thy Hedgehog get something salmon breakfast!”

Lotion don’t have any money.

Vagina poked Penis’s forehead, “Don’t worry, it’s my treat.”

A Murderer

Please, God, let Penis telephone me now. thy other side shit thy line beeped in error.

Alan Paton’s slammed thy phone down on thy receiver, shaking thy entire casing shit thy payphone. thy glass wobbled ass Alan Paton’s quickly tilted her head left bad singer right, swinging her hair around frantically. thy phone booth was in a dark alley surrounded by honeysuckle bad singer moss. For thy most part, it was a relatively decrepit out-shit-thy-way area. Lotion’m safe. Lotion’m safe.

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Shitty potato Visit

The potato was, for lack shit better terms, dreary. It was Arctic cold bad singer smelled blanket cotton balls bad singer chemicals.

The receptionist gave me heartbeat empty smile out shit obligation, “We moved her to the ER last night.”

And you didn’t big trucking tell me? Lotion tensed up, “What happened?”

“Pillow had a seizure, but Pillow’s in a stable condition now.”

“Where?” Lotion was slightly irritated by her politeness.

“Rehab in Block E.”

Lotion started down the hall. With every step Lotion increased my stride bad singer quickened my pace. Lotion made a right turn bad singer came across heartbeat array shit rooms. All shit them were large bad singer identical.

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Does Microsoft Rewards Work? – Tested Mathematically (2019)

The Microsoft Rewards program is a reboot of Bing Rewards. You can trade in points for rewards. That’s about it. If you’re reading, you’re probably from here from a Google search so you probably are already familiar with Microsoft Rewards.

Pre-ramble

I’ve been earning points passively through just my Bing searches.

Unfortunately, there is no longer a way to get Amazon gift cards (that was a Bing Rewards thing), so I set off on a journey to find the ‘true’ value of the points so that I could make the most of my points without the option to cash in for sweet Amazon money.

Note: I’ll be going through all of the stuff in the ‘Shop’ category and ignoring the sweepstakes and donation options. The new GUI and option to sort by category and price is great, too.

All prices are calculated with a Level 2 account, which is really easy to get if you just use Bing as your search engine. (I usually use Google, but I still reach Level 2 regardless).

The ‘True’ Value of Points

$5 gift cards cost 6,500 points on average, meaning that each point is worth $0.000769230769.

$25 gift cards cost 23,000 points on average, meaning that each point is worth $0.00108695652.

$50 gift cards cost 46,000 points on average, meaning that each point is worth $0.00108695652.

It’s clear that averages don’t really work out, so now we’re going to target the two types of gift cards: Microsoft and non-Microsoft gift cards (Target, Walmart, Chipotle, etc).

Non-Microsoft Gift Cards

Gift CardPointsWorth of Point
$56,500~$0.000769230769
$1013,000~$0.000769230769

Points for Microsoft gift cards are worth more in bigger purchases, and smaller trade-ins are worth much less.

Unfortunately, all of the non-Microsoft stores are capped at $5, meaning that if you want to make the most of your money you will need to buy a Microsoft gift card.

Non-Microsoft cards have a lower point worth and cannot be redeemed for anything higher than $5 (with some exceptions).

More on Point Worth

Point Worth of Microsoft Gift Cards:

$5-10: $0.00107526882

$25-50: $0.00108695652

$100: $0.0010989011

Point Worth of Non-Microsoft Gift Cards:

About ~$0.00107526882

Point Worth of NFL Gift Card:

$10: $0.000769230769

The Overall Results3

The Worst Deal Ever: NFL $10 gift card

The Best Deal Ever Microsoft $100 gift card

A $5 non-Microsoft gift card has the same point worth as a $5 or $10 Microsoft gift card.

The $5 Microsoft gift card costs 50 more points than a non-Microsoft gift card, and the $10 Microsoft gift card costs 2,800 more points while having the same point worth.

Also worth noting, Microsoft gift cards are now instantly sent to your account balance and therefore are not possible to trade in card pools or whatever.

Calculating Losses

Note that some people have had trouble buying multiple of the same prize in the past, not totally sure if that’s a problem now (you can enroll as many times as you want in sweepstakes, though).

$25 Comparison

Non-Microsoft Gift Card: 32,500 pts = $25

Microsoft Gift Card: 23,000 pts = $25

The Loss for Not Picking Microsoft: 9,500 pts

$50 Comparison

Non-Microsoft Gift Card: 6,500 pts * 10 = $50

Microsoft Gift Card: 46,000 pts = $50

The Loss for Not Picking Microsoft: 19,000 pts

yeah you get the point

The Omega-Final Verdict:

It’s a no-brainer that Microsoft really wants you to buy their gift cards rather than a Target one.

You’ll be missing out on stuff like Nintendo Switch games, books, and household commodities to make the most of your points.

So.

Yeah.

That’s all I guess.

Okay bye.

I Tried to Make Video Games

Spring has officially started, and I feel sad.

Just before break started, someone had their birthday and I snuck off to the band room with my friend on the same day, effectively enraging them.

I sent them an intentionally crappy birthday piano video as a joke and they released it, causing a fucktard to say in the comments ‘I can do it better because I can play piano’. I’d be worried if you couldn’t do it better, you damned arse.

Anyways, I also decided to try making games.

I Fail to Follow Basic Instruction

My First Game

Here is a screenshot of my first game.

Asteroids Copy

The lives counter went down by one when you died, but you didn’t respawn. In addition, you could fire 60 bullets per second if you tapped fast enough and the asteroids also didn’t respawn.

I failed Cosmonauts’ tutorial to make this one. I didn’t know that failing a tutorial on such a massive scale was even possible.

My Second Game

At this point, I still don’t know how to compile my shit. I’m currently updating Visual Studio so maybe that’ll change, but here’s another screenshot.

It’s a simple platformer thing.

From far away it looks like a pixel silhouette of a ballsack.

I misfollowed Sean Spalding’s tutorial to make it.

Aaaaand

Game Maker stopped working. I’ve been trying to get it to compile for hours and I’m fucking done.

The Hunt for a New Game Engine

I shuffled through tons of game engines, trying to find one that wasn’t trying to sell me something or expecting me to know what a game engine is supposed to be.

RPG Maker

Seems pretty solid. I have no idea how to import my own stuff or how to access core elements, but this seems more like an advanced Mario Maker for RPGs rather than a game engine.

Pixel Game Maker

I fumbled around until I found the option to make it run in English.

It seems to be pretty solid, but I’m 100% lost so I quit. But now I’m hyped for Witch and 66 Mushrooms.

Unity

They changed their website and I don’t like it so I left.

Unreal Engine

The first time I dabbled in Unreal Engine was when they were talking about some shitty game named Fortnite being released soon.

Since UE4 runs Fortnite, I feel slightly biased against it, but after messing around in it, I concluded that my computer sucks so much that it can’t even handle 3D objects in the editor.

When I logged on, I found that I had three new friends, which was confusing because I never played any games with my account, but then I remembered that I lent my brother my account to play Fortnite.

So I did what any normal person would do.

They didn’t respond. So I took a leap of faith, trying to guess which one of my brother’s classmates I was targeting non-creepily.

Shit.

So I went on a name-guessing spree, trying to figure out who I was talking to.

The guy’s responses were taking a long time, so I guessed he was on console.

Obviously, [redacted] schoolers are dumb, so when I tried to figure out the kid’s name, I got a two-minute wait for a 7-character message. It should not take that long to type your name, even on a controller.

I was starting to run out of ideas. I needed to get this kid, fast.

Then I got blocked.

Afterward, I figured out that my brother’s friend lied to my brother about his friend code because my brother was the one that added him (or he mistyped it).

I doubt Blue Dino will ever return, but if you’re reading this you damn Dino, sorry but not sorry and screw you for wasting my time by playing a Fortnite game after every single message you sent, you wasted literally an hour of my precious break.

Final Verdict: I will not be making any more video games (it’s Dino’s fault.)

1,000 Original Blog Post Ideas for Beginners in 2019

If you want to know how this was made, click here. If you want to know why this all seems so incoherent and babbly, also click on that link.

Borrow a line from an ad.

82. Book Inspired: Think of objects, animals, etc. that have special meaning to you.

25. Dread: Write about what inspired you to blog and they’ve always really resonated with my readers.

20 Do an action plan

We all want to be. My Blogging Breakthrough eBook is a great idea to get back to your home feed. So for me, I’d follow the categories of social media, marketing, blogging, career etc. Then, you go through your top 10 favorite movies

Travel bucket list

Travel essentials

How to properly pack a suitcase

Favorite childhood memory

An interview with someone or going to where it seems the “grass is greener”.

152. Mind & Body: Write something inspired by a casino or lottery ticket.

358. Picnic: Write about why you started blogging

An arts and crafts tutorial

Host a giveaway

A what’s in my bag post

Share your top 10 favorite movies

Travel bucket list

Travel essentials

How to properly pack a suitcase

Favorite childhood memory

An interview with someone or something.

181. Discovery: Think of a rainbow? Or, take a cue from Kermit the Frog, and ask them for sample makeup. You can try the same time they become a better writer

How to lose their home.

22. Smoke, Fog, and Haze: Write about feeling lost in the galaxy, for example.

The story starts when a kid comes out of it.

An asteroid and a smile.

Write a story set in the life of a kind. Show ample pictures on your social channels, and your worst blog posts. Tell your readers your biggest success in life where things turned for the week or month and have your blog for a bit.

This is exactly what I’m in the garden and finds a fist-sized nugget of gold. There’s more where that came from in this hilarious story of sudden wealth.

Write a poem that has every letter of the week and write about it! When I read about Anna’s career journey on her blog, I thought hey – this is something has impacted you positively in your closet or drawers.

103. Secret Message: Write something inspired by your finished doodle.

277. Chalkboard: Imagine you can use the feedback you get there?

235. Breathing: Take a different kind of shoes do you think of.

236. Liar, Liar: Make up a spot in your own collection.

14. The found poem: Read a book and your worst blog posts. Crafts, walking, watching films, reading magazines, cooking, playing music – if you are a famous public domain poem to someone else.

98. Smile: Write a poem about one (or both) of your hobbies are, you can draw inspiration from these to create blog posts. Crafts, walking, watching films, reading magazines, cooking, playing music – if you have a deep impact on the homepage. Write something inspired a favorite hobby or passion of yours.

128. The Promise: Write about being overstimulated by a comedian.

242. Cheater: Write about it. You can start do quote of the Day: Go to a site like 8tracks.com or Songza.com and pick a playlist. Write something that you saw hope when it seemed like a hopeless situation.

265. Smoke and Fire: Write inspired by what you would like to visit that place.

geography writing prompt

Randomly point to a page in a courtroom.

179. Gifts: Write about why you would like to read.

For example, with this blog, one of the following words in your blog readers.

6. Share Outfit of the clues to use as inspiration for your journal.

216. Oh so Lonely: Write a short story about something you could do it is with your readers. Doing this really lets people in on who you are thankful for.

184. Chemistry: Choose an animal. Write about a rocket-ship on its way to do it is with your readers about international events and where they can improve one’s work productivity, relationships with friends and family, and overall quality of life.

Simpler Living (a blog that will save you so much time as a pet.

Silvery flakes drifted downward, glittering in the modern life. You could also do this than on your original idea.

It might mean doing a puzzle – jigsaw, crossword, suduko, etc.

108. Taking Chances: Everyone takes a risk at some point in their lives.

42. Make Predictions

Predict the future of a staircase or the stairs in your blog get to where it is the swings or the sliding boards, write about how you got to where you like to be alone or do the art work on your blog and use it as much positivity as possible. Write about someone who is good in a poem: bit, draw, flex, perilous, bubble, corner, rancid, pound, high, open.

Write a poem about something specific. This way you can use elements of your parents. It could be a great restaurant would be so useful for the season. You can try the same time they will get to create incredible photographs with whatever camera you have your blog in near future.

44. Pick a Problem

Find a problem and try to find the same and share reviews with your most popular posts. You want to look through the topic and headline ideas the generator has given you and note down the ones you can help your readers why it’s so important to you. It’s fascinating and feels good not just for your blog? If you have, write about what they mean to you.

301. This Old House: Write about working with a theme and stick to that for the season. You can admit that you saw hope when it seemed like a hopeless situation.

265. Smoke and Fire: Write inspired by the first time.

7. The Rocket-ship: Write about being overstimulated by a recent post you have for someone or someone else.

237. Obituaries: Look at some point in life so far

Share with your followers. It is not important what it is, just pass it on. most people think that fashion is what the trend for the first thing that comes out of ideas for your first line.

131. Macro: Write a sonnet today.

250. Should, Would, And Could: Write a list of your favorite (or least-favorite) form of transportation.

133. Gadgets: If you go through your older articles to see if you are now.

4. Dancing: Who’s dancing and why are they tapping those toes?

5. Food: What’s for breakfast? Dinner? Lunch? Or maybe you could write many different posts about what’s in my bag, how I got X follow on Instagram or how I edit my photos. It’s hard to find similar pieces for less. Share your picks or something good that happens in this pivotal moment will drive the story and have a deep impact on the Cheese: Write a story set in the newspaper and imagine the life of me” post where you link to your readers, because let’s face it, they’ve helped your blog and keep in mind – Celebs DO make style blunders. At times they want to find something nobody has heard of.

What you can make a list of idioms one that speaks to you.

191. Cartoon: Think of a cactus – what’s it like deep in the categories in your area. Art gallery shows, movies, fashion shows. You can showcase how your blog for a Cause: Write a poem about getting covered in mud.

47. Light Switch: Write about having to wait in line.

322. Personality Type: Do you battle him? Or is the dragon friendly? Use descriptive language.

12. Greeting: Write a story or journal entry inspired by the red carpet and all those stunning dresses, but most of us don’t have the budget for them. This is a tool that will explore and map a journey from a speaker and use that as inspiration.

205. Hunger: Write from the 20s and update it with current trends. This would give them some spicy juice.

24. Share Hobbies

Write about what inspired you to be normal?

101. Recycle: Take something you’ve sacrificed doing to do it.

Like you can often search online for color palettes and be inspired to write about your complaints about something.

183. Gratitude: Write a poem about what you enjoy and shows the what you’re interested in.

You can also do this than on your original idea.

It might mean doing a follow-up post or taking each sub-heading and giving it its own post. But it’s always great to look slimmer, some would like to read.

For example, with this blog, one of the story and have a blog post. You can’t beat that!

blog post ideas

11 Do a giveaway

A giveaway is a great restaurant would be the style of pants, prints, shoes, hair or handbags. There is a magic talisman that allows its keeper to read minds. It falls into the hands of a rock or gemstone meaning.

262. Remote Control: Imagine you could stand on a recent item of mail you’ve received.

139. Sharing: Write about big business.

338. Word of the first 5 adjectives that pop into your head or spend some time browsing photos of you, you let the reader survey I did at the same and share reviews with your journal. Write about being inside an old abandoned warehouse.

warehouse writing prompt

What might be happening here? Write about craving something.

297. Phobia: Research some common phobias, choose one, and write a poem or essay that raises awareness for a reason. If you’re good and successful at what you can’t go without?

17. Dictionary Definition: Open up the newspaper or find a solution to the same. That way you can use elements of your life.

Use all of them from the reader see what other content you can show your readers what you have for someone you regard as a symbol.

136. Bizarre Holiday: There is so much time as a symbol.

136. Bizarre Holiday: There is so much time as a symbol.

136. Bizarre Holiday: There is so much to play with.

12. Share Unbeatable Sales

This is probably one of the videos featured on the other kids make fun? What happens when they find out their parents aren’t who they pretended to be? Will the family fall apart?

Write a poem or short story you find it difficult to do the art work on your body type. We all need fashion advice and second opinion.

14. Choose a Style

Talk about a promise you’ve made to someone. Did you keep or find in your closet or drawers.

103. Secret Message: Write something inspired by the mind map.

271. Patterns: Write about scents you just absolutely love.

156. Swish, Buzz, Pop: Create a theme like 80’s, hiphop, celebrity etc to make something that would fit perfectly on my own blog!

I also read a lot more of and I’m so glad I made the decision to do it about your memories of learning about faith, religion, or spirituality.

Use all of the pressure off yourself for a Triathlon

Careers vs job: following your passion

Getting VMWare Certified

Getting Microsoft Certified

Hamburgers

Self-sustaining lifestyle (grow your own company?

217. Waterfall: Think of your parents. It could be a critique of other blogs. You have freedom to express your opinion. Make sure you do when you can’t see

59. Refreshed: Write a poem about a certain store and take pictures of the representatives or stylists help you pick stuff and guided you based on your blog get to know how you’ve achieved these things.

What better way to give back to your blog for a brand.

19. Brag about Something

You can brag about some random item you might find in a home underground and use that as inspiration for writing.

347. Classic Rock: Pick a state or country you’ve never visited. Write about a rocket-ship on its way to the next level)

Self-Employment (The logistics behind how to help kids to find these in Google Analytics and analyse them. These are the most read thing on the Cheese: Write a poem about something you are now.

4. Dancing: Who’s dancing and why are they tapping those toes?

5. Food: What’s for breakfast? Dinner? Lunch? Or maybe you could expand on. Broaden your knowledge and think outside the box.

15 Write a list of the harvest moon. The blackbird soared.

Write a tongue-in-cheek, satirical tribute. Tell bad drivers, rude customers, and evil dictators how grateful you are alone – do you do and enjoy, the more we do and meet-ups you attend, right? Turn this into content you can tell your readers will be of interest to your blog for a day.

11. Cover a Celebrity

We are obsessed with celebrities. We can never get bored of just looking at pictures of the story of sudden wealth.

Write a poem to someone else.

98. Smile: Write a poem that matches the mood, beat, and style what you see.

209. Sneeze: Write about a letter to a fictional place, what do you feel the most read thing on the customer service side, talk about that time you remember dancing.

256. Write for a cause you support.

257. Magic: Write about going green or an environmental concern you have.

162. Missing You: Write about your experience in that store be it in-store or online. If you could have lunch with one influential person, who would it do? What is it made of? What does normal mean to you? What might the mirror everyday and how you feel the most creative?

1. Outside the Window: What’s the weather like somewhere you wish to come in unique hair styles.

Have some fun prizes and make sure you do not have to be.

Turn ordinary animals into monsters that prey on humans: dog-sized rats, killer rabbits, or a crime that was committed against his or her life.

117. Beach Inspired: What’s not to write about the first few words you imagine in the bright light of the Day

When you don’t have the budget for them. This is always a great color scheme.

8. Review a Book

Informative book review. Something your followers will love it.wish-list-for-summer

2. Recreate a Specific Look

Pick a random TV channel and write about it.

298. In the Moment: Write about your survey results

I got so many ideas from the internet on what you have to write about that in your horoscope.

49. Joke Poem: What did the wall say to the next level)

Self-Employment (The logistics behind how to start working for yourself (i.e. How to leave your job, find health insurance, set up an LLC, etc.)

How to write about it. Tell your readers for their opinion on a picnic.

359. Garage: Write about someone who has lost or is something I’ve started doing a puzzle – jigsaw, crossword, suduko, etc.

108. Taking Chances: Everyone takes a risk at some motivational posters online and choose one of the following words in a garage.

360. Review: Review your week, month, or year in a poem: feast, fire, modify, squash, robbed, forgotten, understated.

The protagonist is about to drift off to sleep only to be creative and original, but that does not work all the magic happens and is one of the rainbow writing idea

What’s on the radio.

199. Hiding Spaces: Write about a piece of furniture in your closet or drawers.

103. Secret Message: Write something inspired by your favorite pen, pencils, or even a character from a speaker and use it to inspire your writing.

311. Easy-Peasy: Write about something peaceful and serene.

247. In the Clouds: Go cloud watching for the first song you hear.

79. Hero: Write a motivational poem or story that uses dialogue between two parties fighting with each other.

62. Slip Up: Write about having to wait in line.

322. Personality Type: Do you battle him? Or is the dragon friendly? Use descriptive language.

12. Greeting: Write a sonnet today.

250. Should, Would, And Could: Write a list of your life.

Use all of them from the Past

Every fashion designer gets inspiration from these to create incredible photographs with whatever camera you have learned from them. This will give you an entire new blog post.

6 Turn an Infographic or slideshow into a completely different piece.

102. Wardrobe: Write about living in a poem: bit, draw, flex, perilous, bubble, corner, rancid, pound, high, open.

Write a poem about a time when you had to let someone or something that would fit perfectly on my own blog!

I also read a lot of blog readers are willing to give back to your home feed. So for me, I’d follow the trend, you could change your hair color or clothing into something completely opposite from your real life

This is something that would motivate others to get to where they want to do.

26. Fear: What scares you a little? What do you wear? Where do they live up to at the sky and says…

There is a source of income from advertising, pay per click or affiliate.

This would definitely enjoy this.

13. Choose a Style

Talk about a detective solving a mystery.

362. Camera: Take your camera for a brand.

19. Brag about Something

You can brag about some random item you might have.

318. Health & Beauty: Take some time to visit a thrift shop that you found on the radio.

199. Hiding Spaces: Write about someone you admire and you have your blog saying you accept guest posters. Then watch the requests come in.

18 Write a poem that is all about things you generally get up to the next level)

Self-Employment (The logistics behind how to tie a scarf or how to do it. And if you are someone’s shadow for a Triathlon

Careers vs job: following your passion

Getting VMWare Certified

Getting Microsoft Certified

Hamburgers

Self-sustaining lifestyle (grow your own food/ use solar power etc)

Mind strengthening (mind over matter/ lucid dreaming)

Beyond the basics of personal financial management

Healthy eating blog

Ghost-hunting

Home brewing beer

Self defense training (“for women” or “for business executives”)

Indie Video Game Development

Video Game tactics shown through video tutorials

Helping small businesses get more customers

Community gardening/Urban farming

Starting and running your own clothes, redesigning them, making jewelry or other vehicle that can resist a girl from a friend. There is so cheesy, it belongs on top of a garbage collector.

228. Mailbox: Open your mailbox and write about the experience!

8. Dream-catcher: Write something so sweet, it makes your teeth hurt.

24. Numbers: Write a list of the categories of social media, marketing, blogging, career etc. Then, you go through each category to see ahead of you.

23. Sugar: Write something inspired by a casino or lottery ticket.

358. Picnic: Write about someone you miss.

163. Set it Free: Think of your accomplishments and write an acrostic poem using that font.

213. Schedule: Take a popular song off the radio and rewrite it into a short story you find anywhere. Rewrite it in your own social network

Point and Shoot Photography (How to leverage the video medium to take your brand, blog, website, or business to give back to posting. You only have to write about it! When I read content from other bloggers, my inspiration always starts flowing and I find I can come up with lots of different ways to do is look through your file box and pull out old receipts or records…write something inspired by the spontaneous memory of an object that’s been done before. This will give you an entire new blog post.

6 Turn an Infographic or slideshow into a story starter or inspiration for my readers.

25 Write how you like to read.

For example, with this blog, one of my categories is Career. When I was creating the 101 Websites Series, I thought hey – this is something that would make for good wall art in your home.

37. Puzzle: Write about feeling lost in the distant future when humanity is at a bar.

225. Online Friends: Write an ode to a fictional place, what do you experience in that decade. It would be so useful for the readers, as all of the ocean? What adventures might be happening here? Write about the power you felt when you saw hope when it comes to content ideas. I love it. It’s basically a platform where people can ask questions about anything and everything. Here’s how you feel the most popular post on that subject.

There is absolutely nothing wrong with doing that. Because we all do it. And if you can tell your opinion about your complaints about something.

183. Gratitude: Write a short story about a time when you’ve felt left out or you’ve noticed someone else feeling as if they didn’t belong.

165. Suitcase: Write about living in a sentence in a keyword and get ideas from their competitors and other cleaning activities.

19. Great Minds: Write about doing something effortlessly.

312. Idiom: Choose from a decade and illustrate the fashion in that decade. It would be inspiring to see if you lived in, for example, in the life of a volcano.

208. Video Inspiration: Go to Wikipedia and click on Random Article. Write about not being able to see ahead of you.

23. Sugar: Write something inspired by a carnival or street style. Do some research and how that is about to drift off to sleep only to be together to use confidence and technique to get to where it is today! This is always a great restaurant would be so useful for the reason. You do not have to write about how you apply the color. If you find it difficult to do it.

Like you can add any new knowledge or perspective.

3 Keep tabs on your nails, ask help from a famous letter or a building you love to hear news about celebrities. If someone is having a baby, if someone is getting married or getting divorced, write about the beach?

118. Shoes: What kind of dragon.

Use all of them looks up at the weekend – these can all be turned into content you can do instead is provide a new perspective. We’ve all grown an Instagram following. What is the antidote?

94. Swinging & Sliding: Write something so sweet, it makes your teeth hurt.

24. Numbers: Write a story or poem about a style you love.

223. So Close: Write about it!

190. Museum: Take some time to visit a thrift shop and that they can improve one’s work productivity, relationships with friends and family, and overall quality of life.

Simpler Living (a blog that will save you so much time as a Button: Write about not being able to see if you lived in, for example, in the newspaper or find a solution to the other or know someone is getting married or getting divorced, write about what you imagine in the Crowd: Write about things you generally get up to at the sky and says…

There is a great source of income from advertising, pay per click or affiliate.

This would definitely enjoy this.

13. Choose a famous rock star. Write about a style you love.

223. So Close: Write about whatever the page you get.

69. Silly Sports: Write about a recent dream you had.

9. Animals: Choose an animal. Write about things you probably don’t know about you, but whenever I read content from other bloggers, my inspiration always starts flowing and I find I can come up with new ideas that you are alone – do you like to revive the style.

minnie-mouse-nails15. Share Nail Art

Choose a nail job.

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16. Call Out Style Mistakes

Point out that, for instance, if you have a touch of magic, and can make a video that describes it all.

11. Cover a Celebrity

We are obsessed with celebrities. We can never get bored of just looking at pictures of their best items. You could also talk about, how you feel after you take a shower.

230. Energized: Write about it.

125. Frozen: Write about moving quickly and doing things fast.

113. Staircase: Use a free tool

I don’t know about me post

Share your fitness routine

Talk about your favorite Social Networking website (ie: Facebook, Pinterest, Google, Twitter, etc.) and write an e-bestseller (How could we document the process of going about it making sense or being perfect.

255. Dance: Write about a recipe for something interesting to learn. In your fashion blog you can even find clothes that are going on in the Crowd: Write about building a fire.

39. Coffee & Tea: Surely you drink one or even two blog post ideas. Tell your readers don’t know about me post

Share your top five of all time and see what other content you can add any new thing that comes on – even if it is with your readers why it’s so important to you.

153. Shaping Up: Write something with someone you miss dearly.

77. Geography: Pick a Problem

Find a problem and try to find the beauty in being flawed.

290. Birthday Poem: Write a poem that is so much time as a pet.

Silvery flakes drifted downward, glittering in the modern life. You could also write about that in your pockets.

239. Cinquain: Write a list of potential poem or story that uses that word means to you.

18. Cleaning: Hey, even writers and creative artists have to follow the updates.

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9. Show Something New : Trend-Setter

You have fashion knowledge. Share it with a monthly review of how blogging has gone for you too.

Self improvement/Self-Hypnosis

Health & Fitness for Busy People

Language Learning Blogs

How to Travel on a girl’s night out. You can showcase how you feel when scared? How do you feel when you got to where they want to learn new skills and also different ways to do this and this month, she’s sharing about 200 links in just one round-up!

24 Start an interview section in your blog visitors

28. How to best use them as inspiration.

145. Flying: Write about your 21st birthday.

155. Aromatherapy: Write about finding a box. Write about a very incorrect pairing of jewelry with dress or pants and tops or dress with shoes. There is so much to play with.

12. Share Unbeatable Sales

This is probably one of the following words in a doll house.

68. Random Wikipedia Article: Go to Wikipedia and click on Random Article. Write about coming out of ideas for your journal.

216. Oh so Lonely: Write a poem or essay that raises awareness for a reason. What you want to know how you’ve achieved these things.

What better way to increase your community over on your blog.

2 Go Through Your Archive

Believe it or something go to be successful.

46. About Food

When you run out of it.

An asteroid and a smile.

Write a story set in the garden and finds a fist-sized nugget of gold. There’s more where that came from in this hilarious story of Romeo and Juliet or think of real-life examples of lovers who are not allowed to be roused by the mind map.

271. Patterns: Write about being overheated and sweltering.

106. Spellbinding: Write a poem or short story about a pair of eyeglasses or someone wearing glasses.

308. Robotic: Write about how you got stuck in between two people.

327. The Unsent Letter: Write about questions you have a theme of envy and jealousy.

177. How Does Your Garden Grow? Write about being inside an old abandoned warehouse.

warehouse writing prompt

What might be waiting?

underwater life picture

What’s it like to read.

For example, with this blog, one of the day’ is something that happened by chance in a keyword and get ideas from the word.

172. Crossword Puzzle: Open up a story set in the Life: Write about being able to see if you can even find clothes that are very similar but cheaper.

3. Introduce New Brands & Designers

Write about designers that are going on a map or globe. Do you know will be of interest to your audience.

5 Take a popular song off the radio and rewrite it as inspiration.

182. Complain: Write about the places that inspire you to blog on. Reach out to companies and ask yourself, why are they tapping those toes?

5. Food: What’s for breakfast? Dinner? Lunch? Or maybe you could have lunch with one influential person, who would it be?

Share your favorite place in that decade. It would be so useful for the Web (How to use it as inspiration.

182. Complain: Write about a promise you’ve made to someone. Did you try again or give up completely?

144. Mystical Creatures: Angels or other mythical creatures.

167. Give and Receive: Write about someone getting their driver’s license for the first time.

7. The Rocket-ship: Write about something you very much want to learn new things. How-to articles are the best places to come up with new ideas that you are one of those fragments contain surprising elements: fossils that prove life exists elsewhere in the dessert or have a Strong Marriage

How to be roused by the saying “where there’s smoke, there’s fire”.

266. Railroad: Write about the uniqueness of that style and how you feel the most read thing on the mantra “Family is everything.” What happens in this hilarious story of sudden wealth.

Write a poem about his or her and you can cut out words and phrases from magazines.

15. Eavesdropper: Create a theme like 80’s, hiphop, celebrity etc to make your blog saying you accept guest posters. Then watch the requests come in.

18 Write a poem about the power you felt when you told someone no.

51: Sunrise/Sunset: It goes round and round.

52. Memory Lane: What’s it look like? How do you experience in that store be it in-store or online. If you could change your hair color or clothing into something completely opposite from your latest status update or a crime that his or her partner or a play, and recreate one of the Day

When you don’t want to do.

188. I Am: Write a poem inspired by a photograph.

57. Alarm Clock: Write about one (or both) of your writing today.

187. Longing: Write about doing laundry, dishes, and other blogs you follow. When you read listing blog post ideas.

One of the pieces of puzzles.

38. Fire-starters: Write about opening it and it proved to be creative and original, but that does not love you back?

3. The Vessel: Write about something you learned the hard way.

330. Escape: Write about someone who does- write about it!

40. Car Keys: Write about your own food/ use solar power etc)

Mind strengthening (mind over matter/ lucid dreaming)

Beyond the basics of personal financial management

Healthy eating blog

Ghost-hunting

Home brewing beer

Self defense training (“for women” or “for business executives”)

Indie Video Game Development

Video Game tactics shown through video tutorials

Helping small businesses get more readership. Be open to negative criticism.

The protagonist is digging in the clouds.

248. At the Park: Take some time to visit that place.

geography writing prompt

Randomly point to a site like 8tracks.com or Songza.com and pick a set of celebrities from a speaker and use that as inspiration.

205. Hunger: Write from the reader survey I did at the end of the pieces of mail you’ve received.

139. Sharing: Write about a robot.

309. Cute as a symbol.

136. Bizarre Holiday: There is so much to play with.

12. Share Unbeatable Sales

This is probably one of the alphabet in it.

241. Comedy Club: Write something inspired by the mind map.

271. Patterns: Write about something you could make an acrostic poem using words from a list of the Tunnel: Write about the possibility of life in outer-space.

211: Star-crossed: Write a story or journal entry or poem that sums up the newspaper or find a solution to the other person insulted you?

45. Mirror, Mirror: What if you can show how they matured in style and how you feel when scared? How do you react?

27. Closed Doors: What’s behind the door? Why is it about a time when “the stars aligned” in your opinion could be about something you don’t want to do a post about on your blog.

2 Go Through Your Archive

Believe it or something that would motivate others to workout and exercise.

153. Shaping Up: Write about it. Tell you readers how you got the idea and how you feel when you got stuck in between the words. For example, you could invent a gadget, what would you say?

194. Time Travel: If there was a time when “the stars aligned” in your home feed. So for me, I’d follow the categories you blog about

Part of being on a map or globe. Do you like to read.

For example, with this blog, one of the inspiring fashion blog topics to write about the top trends that are going on in the country visiting the bank.

334. Sweet Talk: Write about places you like to go there? Why or why not?

78. Random Song: Use the shuffle feature on your social channels, and your mistakes and what you are making your own words.

65. Telephone: Write about a pair of gloves are they? Who wears them and why?

175. All that Glitters: Write about what you want to be. My Blogging Breakthrough eBook is a magic spell.

107. Puzzles: Write about a recent post you see as an opening line.

151. The Grass is Greener: Write about switching the place with someone you admire

Inspirational quotes and/or your thoughts and help them improve.

41. Share Regrets

Share your regrets in life, and your email today and look for subject lines that may be good starters for writing inspiration.

275. Wishful Thinking: Write about flying a kite.

304. On the Farm: Write about health.

296. Cravings: Write about something that makes you cry. Write a poem using that color and also different ways to do is go through your file box and pull out old receipts or records…write something inspired by what you could make it even more specific. You could also do this and keep in mind – Celebs DO make style blunders. At times they want to let it go silent. So what do you experience in that store be it in-store or online. If you could visit for a whole year? Write about finding a cure for an illness.

274. Email Subject Lines: Read your email list too.

21 Write about it. You can showcase how you feel and hear.

149. Color Palette: Search online for color palettes and be inspired to write about it!

40. Car Keys: Write about being inside an old house that is an ode to a random TV channel and write about what is good or bad to be free…did they come back?

164: Left Out: Write about a certain project you’ve got going on in the distant future when humanity is at a fork in the galaxy, for example.

The story starts when a kid comes out of the best places to come up with new ideas that pop into your head. Use these 5 words in the era. Talk about any new knowledge or perspective.

3 Keep tabs on your nails, ask help from a friend. There is no end to this and they always work really really well. But instead of doing a monthly review of how blogging has gone for you too.

Self improvement/Self-Hypnosis

Health & Fitness for Busy People

Language Learning Blogs

How to Travel on a job interview.

293. Get Well: Write a story or poem.

148. Beat: Listen to some instrumental music and write about the various obstacles you faced in the categories you blog about

Part of being a blogger is knowing about the movement, flow, and energy.

218. First Kiss: Write about repeating patterns that occur in life.

272. Scrapbook: Write about working with a remote control.

263. Symbolism: Think of a special date.

357. Gamble: Be inspired by what you currently hate. It can be a better ending or make it more competitive.

Click pictures and have your blog readers.

6. Share Outfit of the book and circle some words on a girl’s night out. You can admit that you visited and sharing the unique items that you know will be of interest to your home feed. So for me, I’d follow the updates.

Read: 17 secrets to engage your blog for a bit.

This is exactly what I’m in the categories of social media, marketing, blogging, career etc. Then, you go through your file box and pull out old receipts or records…write something inspired a favorite hobby or passion of yours.

128. The Promise: Write about a robot.

309. Cute as a blogger when it comes to content ideas. I love it. It’s basically a platform where people can ask questions about anything and everything. Here’s how you could make it even more specific. You could probably talk about that scene in the evolutionary road. Some humans are evolving; others are not.

The kids were raised on the chalkboard?

278. Sticky: Imagine a situation that’s very sticky (ie: maple syrup or tape or glue) – and write an ode to a younger version of the following words in a poem: dash, hard, staple, billboard, part, circle, flattened.

42. Make Predictions

Predict the future of a Hormone Imbalance?

Stress Hormones in Health and Illness

Hormones in Food: Should You Worry?

Hormones, Health and Illness

Hormones in Food: Should You Worry?

Hormones, Health and Behavior

3 Ways to Burn Fat and Keep It Off

How to Beat a Fat Loss Facts

15 Easy Ways to Burn More Fat

The Top Fat-Burning Foods

How to Lose Body Fat

How to Lose Body Fat

How to Lose Weight on a log near a stream. One of them (as long as they don’t know your blog!).

Read the latest weird news and write down the hacks to doing a monthly review of how you got over it.

93. Send Out A List Of Helpful Amazon Kindle Books That Are Focused On One Topic.

Say you’d want to do the A-Z posts on that topic. Encourage bloggers to stop lurking and start blogging today!

9 Blog Post Ideas on Sugar

What Happens in Your Niche

If you’ve had some success getting clients, share the results. Did it turn out or was it a dud?

Set Up Your Own Webinar

Create a landing page with something like that. Be sure to check it in the headline analyzer.

164. Share Your Favorite Book Hasn’t Been Made Into A Free Ebook.

Do you have a deep impact on the main topics that will cause them to make it more competitive.

Click pictures and what they do.

3. Compile A Good List Of FAQs.

Are you asked tons of questions? If so, use this for their books. I’d say that’s a pretty creative way to fill up your blog look incredible without spending a fortune)

The Art of Getting What You Do In Your Career?

What things would you choose?” question.

59. If You Could Go Anywhere In The Past?

Have you made along the way? I’m sure you let your audience solve whatever problem they want to learn new skills and also lets you come up with certain dreams that you’d like to meet. Link to them and why you want another baby (or don’t).

Log how much is on Google. There are plenty of good places full of jokes.

Do this as a special post and use it and then market your webinar in it.

Create And Host Your Own Contest:

What is your job right.

What are they?

73. Come Up With A Topic In Your Career?

Are there life lessons that people would probably know you better.

7. New Colors for Season

Show what color is hot for the readers, as all of them from the past. Fashion bloggers can do for a bit.

This is exactly what you can add any new cook books coming out you’re interested in? Write a story about when you’ve been on or things that will explore and map a journey from a book and thought, “Man, this character is basically me!”? Use that as the backbone for your photography

71. how you use it

61. tips for using shutter speed

21. photograph the seasons

22. interpret song lyrics through your top 5 favorite activity ideas for kids.

Review a baby or children’s product you own.

Expose a secret family recipe.

Post a picture and ask them for their unusual writing routines. What’s yours?

189. Host a Writer’s Group (and Mention It on Your Health

9 Ways to Burn More Fat

The Top Fat-Burning Foods

How to Lose Body Fat

How to Lose Weight on a certain topic? If so, write it up.

30. List Of FAQs.

Are you asked tons of questions? If so, you could do it is with your readers. Post the answers at the same with the pitch: Their blog URL, social links, and a schedule of events. Set up a new word prompt every Sunday for some great advice at a desk a lot, getting up to at the same way.

“There is nothing that can resist a girl from a nail job.

Read: Tips to Help Achieve Your Current Playlist And What Does Your Playlist Say About You?

You can learn a lot in our lives that we are always on a controversial parenting subject, such as breastfeeding vs. formula feeding, spanking, etc.

Write a post where I wrote about being in a week. So 5–10 years can be a more amazing than your own. Maybe they are related to the emergency room with your readers. They’re reading your blog rocks.

Host a contest or giveaway.

Log your child’s birthday party, from planning all the time.

17. Share Quotes

Write about your life. Let them see that you are just a normal person.

104. Creative And Inspiring Quotes Related To Your Industry.

I love inspiring quotes and especially if they give away their secrets. But that isn’t true. If you give so many people are interested in as a photographer

87. your favorite button on your blog.

2 Go Through Your Archive

Believe it or something good that comes out of the trade. They’ll be super thankful.

13. What Is The Bet Gift You’ve Ever Received?

Favorite Ways To Say Thank You

Tell Us A How To

DIY – A Fun Project And Show Us A Time You Payed It Forward

Favorite Thing About Spring

Favorite Thing About Summer

Favorite Thing About Being A ______ (Your Job Title).

It’s time to time. Sometimes, reading about other people’s missteps can help spark creativity.

171. Snap Your Vacation

You’ve probably already brought your camera, so why don’t you write your goals, you are doing. You can encourage your friends to come in unique hair styles.

Have some fun prizes and make a roundup list of 20 actionable videos on how you can use the search bar to type in that book name. When you read any great books in your niche or even a video to showcase how you use social media than you or maybe they have a deep impact on the go

90. dslr vs. phone photography accessories

89. what photography forums you belong to

55. tips for photographing expecting mothers

73. how you plan a photography session

43. your biggest challenge and how that originated and was followed by someone in the galaxy, for example.

The story starts when a kid comes out of it. Then write a point/counterpoint blog post ideas. Tell your readers through the process of doing a monthly review of sorts on the mantra “Family is everything.” What happens when they find out their parents aren’t who they pretended to be? Will the family fall apart?

Write a poem about one (or both) of your favourite blogs

People love these kinds of foods (we’ve got a course on this blog. They’re original, personal and exactly the type of photography intimidates you and your perspective of what you enjoy doing like watching TV at night or social media to share your favorite phone photography during travel

91. your dream photography destination

92. how to do this for inspiration. Share where the best places to come up with an interview for your blog

Have you created something awesome that will help them.

23 Make a list of your prediction after a few ways that you could tell with a compelling photo series.

175. Explain a Photography Technique

Simple how-to content often does well. From setting an appropriate f-stop to properly framing shots, there are also a great source of inspiration for a brand.

19. Brag about Something

You can brag about some of their best items. You could probably talk about their books. Who wouldn’t want to search for the images. Gifs have a motto: “Do what you have limited resources, create a sense of clarity and accountability.

34. What Are The 5 Deadly Sins In Your Sleep)

Or something like that. Be sure to link to them. Add tips for photographing newborns

67. why you don’t.

Let your child write a post with tips to doing a follow-up post or taking each sub-heading and giving it its own post. But it’s always great to have. They are definitely looking for a while and then share it on your blog.

Create a top 10 list of 20 actionable videos on how it went along with tips on making beauty supplies last longer.

168. Write About a Cooking Technique Step-by-Step

It could even type it all up and then upload those into your blog posts out there.

134. Create A Roundup Of The Country? Tell Us About Your First Day Of High School

Favorite Life Hacks

Go To Lipstick Color?

Go To Nail Polish?

What Is The Next 5 Years? 10 Years?

It’s always good to think of this is like a party. At parties, there’s usually a theme.

Write up a post about how you look down at a certain store and take pictures of him or her partner or a recipe

82. tips for photographing a vacation

18. how you apply the color. If you find the most helpful tools you’ve found and use.

135. Write A Checklist On How To Do?

Share pictures and have your daily posts around that. Asking your readers better at social media than you which makes it easier to focus when you first called yourself a photographer

14. how to schedule their work week productively. As humans, we always want to have? (Think about whether it will help people get to know how other writers work. When you have a theme and stick to that time and see what other people looked at/purchased that was like this book.

70. Which Skills Should Someone Have If They Collaborated To Make A Recipe Relatable To Your Younger Self

5 Favorite Blogs To Read

What Is Your Favorite Beauty Product

And be sure to use the product and talk about your body.

The protagonist is digging in the process of creating an eBook.

16 Write how you plan a photography project you have to write about it. Why do you want to let it go silent. So what do you do it? Share how you use social media than you which makes it easier to see where you’re headed. It helps you learn more about making them here. Share them on an island, who would you choose?” question.

59. If You Were Told You Were Told You Were Going To Die On Friday And Today Was Monday, What Would It Be?

If those three people created something new about your blogging inspiration.

Show off your tattoos or tell everyone why you decided to become better at what they think. Ask them for being awesome. They will definitely be thinking, “What’s in it for a while and then share it with your readers haven’t asked any questions, think up the things you’d tell your younger self to help them improve.

41. Share Regrets

Share your regrets in life, and your views about it.

Tell your readers through the topic that you care what they read a great way to be trusted.

38. Try Something New (And Write Your Thoughts About It)

Food is all about exploring new flavors. Try something you’d never had before, and share them. Some people want to do something modern from traditional, could be one of their own.

Ask Yourself These Questions To Get An Idea On What To Cover:

What are the steps that I took from A to Z?

What things helped me start out?

How’d I get more followers and also different ways for different bloggers. For a writer and editor, like me, I’d probably write a new topic that you can do for a few quotes from your speech and share it.

42. What Inspires You?

This is an easy question that opens up for that course. Having a downloadable piece of content do you think you need to do before you kick the bucket? Dream big. Life is full of jokes.

Do this as a mentor of what you learned from magazines or other photography software.

177. Share Your Favorite Scent

What Is Your Craziest Story With Your Friends

Tell Us About Your Life, What Would You Do?

It’s always interesting

11. How Do You Stay Healthy In Your Life?

What Is Your Go To Snack?

Do You Watch YouTube? Who Are Your Goals For The Top Things Do You Travel With?

Empty out your blog for a living.

What is their outlook on life?

Why are they your role model?

96. How Do You Think You Are Today?

Answering this question is a creative niche, there are people out there who probably have the same age. Ask others to get something for your readers, but for you to get comments for your blog.

155. Explain a Cooking Technique Step-by-Step

It could even be something simple, like the big furry animal that boosts fan morale at sports games. If you give so many facts, sneak in a poem: bit, draw, flex, perilous, bubble, corner, rancid, pound, high, open.

Write a poem about a recent post you have your post.

47. Ask for Feedback

Ask your readers through the hour-by-hour day in the evolutionary road. Some humans are evolving; others are not.

The kids were raised on the song’s title.

Take an expert’s stance on a Friday or on a girl’s night out. You can encourage your friends to come up with certain dreams that you’d like to learn, then go out and then give your readers through the process of creating an eBook.

16 Write a personal essay about it.

Write a poem about your niche… wonderful! There are a cool way to repurpose content.

Instead of letting your speech and share it on your blog, share the results. Did it turn out or was it a dud?

Set Up Your Own Webinar.

Take an old blog post ideas.

13 Show things from your real life

This is something that you have just bought. Shoot a video course?

Take a look at your blog.

What are your goals as marketers, writers, and bloggers. Do the same clothes or you can use for new blog ideas.

Once you’ve written your answer in blog post for you to be a ton of information. Think about this post in somewhat the same way, but instead of doing a follow-up post or taking each sub-heading and giving it its own post. But it’s always great to have. They are a great way to get back to the people on your blog.

Read: 17 things to avoid experiencing those unproductive habits.)

102. If You Could Go Anywhere In The Past Year?

Share the changes, journeys, and stats. You could also write about it! When I read about Anna’s career journey on her blog, I thought hey – this is something that has nothing to do it is with your gear

16. tips for photographing newborns

67. why you decided to become a known face till date and show yourself love? What are the steps and better so, upload a video like Jenna Mac did on ‘How to braid a scarf?’

23. Discuss Current Events

Your readers would always keep dresses of their designs, flaunt them. If you could put together a list post

Popular, easy content that you could write a few ways that you enjoy doing like watching TV at night or social media right now? Write a poem about a detective solving a crime that his or her partner or a pack of rabid mountain lions. Give the animals intelligence and set them loose.

A twinkling eye can mean many things. Write a poem about your journey so far! It’s always fun to make them come back for more.

75. What Kind Of Cookie? Do You Wish You’d Known When You First Started Blogging?

Start by writing a blog. Every blog owner faces hardships in the workshop, but share something awesome with all their skills, what would it be? Create that and then market your webinar in it.

Create And Host Your Own Webinar.

Take an old blog post idea is kind of dragon.

Use all of the people you dated before you kick the bucket? Dream big. Life is full of jokes.

Do this as a person?

60. Glimpse Into Your Life.

Share photos daily for a whole lot of fun to write. Just walk your readers on how to schedule their work now. It really helps to see pictures of your life and nudge them in your food niche look up to? See if they’ll do an interview series

A great place to look is on Google. There are plenty of good places full of jokes.

Do this as a pet.

Silvery flakes drifted downward, glittering in the evolutionary road. Some humans are evolving; others are shooting with. Share a gear breakdown of everything you want from life, your blog, share the top trends that are helping you grow your blog and to thank them!

121. Set Up A Series Of Posts.

Have a few ways that you are dying to have. They are definitely looking for similar books that you’d like to have a list of actionable posts that helped you schedule your time throughout the week, put that into the hands of a Dish

Put on your blog.

181. Talk to a Fellow Photographer

Not only will you learn more about you and why

48. your photography story

3. what inspires you to get to where they want to know how to copy their favorite restaurant recipes more affordably at home.

161. Compare Cooking Products or Utensil Brands

Which cooking tools are the most this month. You can admit that you can and tag them in small business to the author of the following words in a way to get something for your readers?

7 Make a big list of books that you’d like to have a girl’s night out. You can tie this into your business or your personal life.

58. If You Could Spend $1,000 Anywhere What Would You Talk About?

This is a topic that many people are interested in as a special event

29. a photography “ah-ha” moment

8. how you overcame it

44. talk about your post.

Share your reasons for choosing traditional school vs. homeschool or vice versa.

Write a post like this. You can tie this into your posts. This will add a new post and then give your own with Boomerang.

19. What Would You Cast For The Year?

Do you have just bought. Shoot a video to showcase how you protect your kids shouldn’t have heard.

Start a weekly feature (on a hobby, cooking, or another niche topic).

Share your organizing tips.

Write about your story of the different things you’ve learned or the same mistakes?

5. Write Out A List Of FAQs.

Are you asked tons of questions? If so, compile them into one document. Ask a question on Quora and leave a comment that answers the question. It’s helpful, and it could also call it a dud?

Set Up Your Own Contest:

What is your baby, you don’t want the story about a first romantic (dare I say sexual?) experience or encounter.

Write a personal essay describing an exotic animal you’d like to learn, then go out and then share it on a day in your food niche look up to? See if they’ll do an interview for your own children

83. free-lensing and how that is one that amazes you every time you think that says about you and why

42. how you create self-portraits

33. tips for photographing kids

46. tips for purchasing photography gear

37. share an embarrassing moment from his or her and you can improvise what you liked or did not like. Share with them, what in your niche.

Share a recipe for success in your photography style and how you learned manual mode

19. why you choose to convert a photo is worth a thousand words. Imagine how powerful a story about a first romantic (dare I say sexual?) experience or encounter.

Write a personal essay about it.

Write a poem about your body.

The protagonist is digging in the morning?)

What things have been trying to communicate for years.

Pull Together Your Manifesto:

What is my message?

What do I want people to sign up?

Give something away for free. It will pull other bloggers into the hands of a lifestyle has helped you be better at what you do?

14. Do A Q&A Interview With Your Friends

Tell Us About Your First Day Of High School

Favorite Life Hacks

Go To Lipstick Color?

Go To Nail Polish?

What Is The Toughest Part Of What You Want Your Blog Name?

What Is Your Favorite Blog Plugins?

Write out all the ideas I know about you. It could be about something you said that your followers what your monthly goals are. They can be a song, a show, a style. Talk about the blog hop or setting up the things your kids shouldn’t have heard.

Start a weekly feature (on a hobby, cooking, or another niche topic).

Share your organizing tips.

Write about your survey results

I got so many ideas from your real life

This is something that has something to do certain things that don’t work, so why don’t you think your readership should use.

162. Share a Regional Recipe

Are there any fun adventures that you’ve gotten from experts in your career and turn it into something that you care what they hold important.

If you come up with certain projects. This can be scary when your competitors’ blogs.

Write down their strengths and weaknesses.

Take a look at your competitors’ websites look way more amazing than your own. Maybe they are better at what you learned from blogging.

Write an open letter that many people are asking. You can try the same reason.

Basically, quotes are morsels of knowledge from another person that help with inspiration and encouragement. Encourage your audience exactly what you do, people will keep coming back for more.

78. Who Is The Best Events That You’ve Been To Last Year?

Are there any fun adventures that you’ve tried. People will love experiencing the “new” factor with you. Share ways you’ve gotten to go to Amazon and type in a poem: bit, draw, flex, perilous, bubble, corner, rancid, pound, high, open.

Write a poem about a detective solving a crime that his or her and you can check out from Huffington Post.

109. Reach Out To Friend Bloggers To See If They’d Do A Q&A Interview With Your Team.

Write a list of 20 actionable videos on how you balance your photography goal

49. share why you chose the camera you photograph with

20. tips for incorporating movement into your photography

53. how you can draw inspiration from these to create incredible photographs with whatever camera you have great tips, share them so no one else makes the same mistakes?

5. Write Out A List Of Posts And Links That Are Focused On One Topic.

Say you’d want to search for infographics and loads will appear. Why not find one in one of the year for moms, top products of the Day

When you don’t want to let it go silent. So what do you think would help your audience see that you visited and sharing the unique items that you think deeply about it for me?” every time you think about it, most blog post for each idea off the list. Maybe share how to do it all. Teach them how to deal with bullying, hair loss etc. Talk about the topic that you still want to just talk about their books. Who wouldn’t want to solve.

Then write it down.

40. Do You Have A Recipe For It?

5 Must Read Books

Tell Us About Where You Are Alike?

Ever read a book and thought, “Man, this character is basically me!”? Use that as inspiration for a whole lot of not-so-good stuff as well. That makes it easier to create blog posts. Tell your audience also probably deals with similar issues or the same fears.

29. What Is The Best ______ (Topic) Posts From The Month.

Create a list from A-Z and then share it with a photo series on your camera with you at all times. Post a funny picture of your career.


How it Works

Lately, I’ve been running out of ideas for blog posts. I’ve been running around doing random personal things like neglecting friends, neglecting obligations, and neglecting to fix things caused by me neglecting them. However, all of that is just busy work, and it’s time to confront the problem: I need original, creative ideas for this blog.

Luckily, we have Markov chains.

Oversimplified Markov Chains

Markov chains are mathematical models that go through states based on their probabilities.

For example, if you recorded a dog’s average day it’d be something like this:

Input:

  1. Wake up
  2. Eat
  3. Play
  4. Eat
  5. Poop
  6. Bark
  7. Play
  8. Eat
  9. Sleep

A Markov chain would record the probabilities of which states would be more likely to occur after each other.

‘Wake up’ occurs 100% of the time after ‘Sleep’. ‘Play’, ‘Poop’, or ‘Sleep’ are equally likely to occur after ‘Eat’. The dog will always ‘Eat’ after ‘Play’. All of these probabilities are what govern the Markov chain.

A Markov chain will start at one state and jump to the next most likely state, creating a realistic dog’s day.

Output:

  1. Wake up
  2. Eat
  3. Sleep
  4. Wake up
  5. Eat
  6. Poop
  7. Bark
  8. Play
  9. Eat
  10. etc…

Markov chains have no memory of what they’re doing. In the case of the Markov chain used to generate a dog’s day, it only sees one word and has no further memory. If you tried analyzing the super-small dataset character-by-character you would get this:

Output:

  1. Play
  2. Slee
  3. Pop
  4. Bay
  5. Eark
  6. Slar
  7. Eake
  8. Eay
  9. Ear
  10. etc…?

It takes considerably more data for a Markov chain to learn words, thus the power of a Markov chain depends on how much data is available.

Markov chains that build with larger chunks (e.g. a chain that creates a dog’s day in 3-word chunks) will probably overfit much more often.

Armed with the power of a memoryless, simple, and stupid algorithm, I was able to generate the above idea list within a couple minutes with word-by-word analysis. If I had spent more time increasing my dataset and formatting it to be consistent, I would’ve been able to create even better results.

Resources

http://setosa.io/ev/markov-chains/

Evil Not-so-Genius Ideas

Destroying humanity is a dream scenario for evil geniuses, but the world is pretty destructive already and a single individual or group of dedicated people would have to work extremely hard.

Unstoppability: How hard it is for external forces to stop the destruction. Speed and other factors (like the need to have a big machine constantly running) are evaluated. Extra style points if the method can be used to hold the world hostage.

Cities are great targets for mass destruction because they have lots of people, property, and are a mess to clean up. Highways, buildings, and the lives of people can total up to cost billions of dollars in repair. However, our noobish planning will probably only do a couple of million dollars of damage, tops.

Plan A: Artificial Lahars With Mount Rainier

Mount Rainier National Park

Mount Rainier is in Washington and is one of the highest-risk volcanoes we have. It spans 368.15 square miles and the peak is at 14,410 ft.

Even if there is not an eruption, there is a risk for lahars2, which are violent streams of volcanic mudflow and debris. Picture wet concrete cascading down a valley towards a city and you’re basically there.

Mount Rainier is one of the highest risk volcanoes in the world, and the USGS (United States Geological Survey) made this great graphic that was probably not intended for evil scheming.

Mount Rainier, Washington simplified hazards map showing potential impact area for ground-based hazards during a volcanic event.

Then, looking at Google Earth, we can see that the nearest cities are Tacoma and Lakewood.

The method of transport will be the Puyallup River, which was also formed by lahars some 5,600 years ago. The valley has about 150,000 people in danger of lahars already.

The problem is that most of the lahars from Mount Rainier are not actually caused by eruptions but by water and ice interacting with magma, causing rapid movement of water, which swells into a lahar.

In order to create a lahar, we need to attack this area:

Mining away tons of rock and dirt isn’t really that cool or evil so explosive charges set along both parts of the fork could release enough lava. An ANFO weighing 2,000 pounds could be made for about $1,500 (estimated from the Lowe’s catalog).

Since my free speech is being detained by law, I cannot go into depth on bombs, but there are plenty of guides on creating and detonating explosives. Though, the most destructive of all is the DCAM explosive.

Plan B: Tiny Cobalt Bombs

“We have the feeling that when this time comes to science, God with His white beard will come down to earth swinging a bunch of keys, and will say to humanity, the way they say at 5 o’clock at the saloon: ‘Closing time, gentlemen!'” – The Journal of the Goncourt Brothers; April 7, 1869.

Cobalt-60 is a particularly nasty element synthesized by humans. It emits gamma rays and is the byproduct of nuclear reactors. It also has a half-life of 5.27 years, making it an extremely hard substance to get rid of.

A ‘traditional’ cobalt bomb is a nuclear weapon packed with cobalt-59 (which is a single neutron away from its deadly cousin). Once the nuclear weapon explodes, the neutrons from the nuclear reaction turn the cobalt-59 into cobalt-60, spewing out a cloud of radioactive death into the atmosphere.

Unfortunately, cobalt doesn’t really explode and we don’t have access to nukes so we need the cobalt-60 to be in the bomb before exploding it. In addition, spreading out explosives in a dense, urban city is extremely hard to do.

At this point, we hit the largest bump. A massive bomb is unfeasible and planting explosives aren’t easy, either. Assuming a very cheap price, each bomb costs $100 for solid cobalt-60 and another $200 for the actual bomb.

Deployment would be possible with cars, suitcases, etc.; all of the usual terrorist stuff.

If the radiation in the city gets to 8 sV, a person walking outside could get cancer or permanent damage to their lungs in less than an hour.

After talking with some smart college students, a cheaper plan was created:

Image result for bag of flour

Flour bombs.

If the Cobalt-60 can be safely ground into fine dust and mixed into ziplock bags filled with a powdery substance like flour (of course, flour isn’t exactly the best powdery substance because it turns to mush in water), it can be dropped off buildings onto busy streets. Drones carrying the packages could be parked on various buildings to simultaneously drop all of the bombs after all of the bombs are planted.

Plan C: Space Littering

Space litter is a large problem. Space litter is composed of defunct satellites, rocket pieces, and the other random human junk we throw up there.

Scientists are scared that space junk will halt space exploration efforts by coating Earth in an impenetrable shield of junk orbiting faster than a bullet.

Robots have been proposed to collect space junk, but if we hit the point of no return before then it’ll be impossible to send anything out of Earth for possibly the next century.

Things That Will Cease To Exist If We Are Trapped By Junk:

  • Television
  • Google Maps
  • Instant communication in general
  • Earth Monitoring (Google Earth, meteorology, making sure everything looks right, tracking natural disasters)

In order to trap humanity on Earth and stagnate all space endeavors, we need to shoot stuff out of Earth at about 10 km/s.

But that isn’t the whole story, we also need to deal with air resistance, turbulent winds, and to avoid detection by authorities.

But first, we need a launcher.

Railguns Won’t Work

Railguns are electromagnetic weapons that accelerate shit at immense speeds.

A railgun is made of three parts:

  • The power supply
  • The two rails
  • The armature

A railgun is basically a large circuit. Electricity from the power supply runs up the positive rail and travels back down the negative rail, creating a magnetic field where the electricity is.

The magnetic force travels around the rails in a counterclockwise circle around the positive rail and a clockwise circle around the negative rail.

The force exerted on the projectile is called Lorentz force, which can be given by F = qE + qv × B2.

The armature is the thing that connects the circuit by bridging the two rails. The armature can be a conductive coating on the projectile or plasma.

In order to calculate the force for a railgun, you can use F = (i)(l)(b)3.

A railgun also must be able to support the massive amount of electricity required without melting the rails, having the rails split apart from the electromagnetic force. Most railguns can only fire once or twice before breaking down. The armature must also be capable of moving extremely fast without breaking under the force.

The Expensive Shopping List:

  • A bunch of capacitors that won’t explode
  • A pair of large superconductor rails
  • A bunch of support for the rails so that they don’t fly off.
  • A metal armature
  • A way to draw megajoules of electricity from the power grid
  • Some trash to shoot into LEO

After constructing your super-expensive railgun with a group of talented scientists and engineers, you’ll need to fire the junk so that it ends up flying parallel to Earth’s surface instead of crashing back down. This means that there’ll also be a massive projectile traveling across the horizon if the railgun doesn’t melt, explode, or break in some way or other.

Not only do you need megajoules of energy, but you’ll also need to outdo the Naval Surface Warfare Center by at least threefold.

Thus, a railgun is not the best way to go. (And no, coilguns aren’t even on the table anymore).

A Low-Tech Solution

Since railguns are dicks, we’ll need to find a better way to reach LEO.

Luckily, we have this awesome new revised plan:

All we need to do is construct a gigantic pipe in the ground, fill it with gas, pack it with tons of junk, and light it up, creating a large crater and sending tons of shit into space in a firey ball.

Depending on the lack of skill, a gigantic spray gun may accidentally arise instead, splattering molten metal shrapnel over a large area rather than making a bunch of trash reach LEO.

Fallback Methods


Plan F1: Get Engulfed by The Sun As It Becomes a Red Giant

I remember when I was watching Neil Degrasse Tyson talk about the Sun swallowing Earth when I was a little kid and I just lost my shit.

All you need to do is wait 7.59 billion years.

Plan F2: WWIII

This one is a lot more plausible than waiting for the Sun. Instead, we just have to wait for the day Kim Jong-un comes home extremely drunk and accidentally sits on the remote that launches all of North Korea’s nukes.

If WWIII breaks out, it’ll probably be nuclear.

Plan F3: A Time Traveler

This plan requires two parts.

  1. A time traveler
  2. Earth-destroying explosives

The time traveler will need to go to the beginning of Earth and destroy it using explosives.

Plan F4: Get Slapped By a Cosmic String, Swallowed By a Stable Wormhole, or Total Existence Failure

Just sit and hope that something extremely unlikely happens.

Luckily, we can already build machines that can theoretically make extremely unlikely things happen though wacky quantum physics. (You can read the whole post about it here).

Resources
https://www.futurity.org/lava-water-volcanoes-explosions-1928772/
https://volcanoes.usgs.gov/volcanoes/mount_rainier/hazard_summary.html
https://science.howstuffworks.com/rail-gun1.htm
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cobalt-60

Monopoly-Bot, a Tool for Modding Monopoly

Monopoly is one of my favorite board games.

So, after a 3 hour “coding session” that I wasn’t planning on doing, I ended up with Monopoly-Bot, a super-basic tool for modding Monopoly games that has plenty of potential to be expanded and modified.

Setup

1. Download the game zip file and extract it.

2. Get a TV or some other display next to your Monopoly board and run launcher.bat.

3. Follow the directions that pop up.

All documentation is stashed in comments in-between the code, which should be readable if you know basic batch.

Development

It came out of my ass one morning.

Screenshots

I spent 3 hours creating the beautiful GUI.

Download

Mega

How Vaccinations Work, and Why You Should Be Vaccinated

This post was in the works for over a year. And by that, I mean that it was a skeleton draft that I forgot about in my Google Docs for over a year.

However, recent news about that 18-year-old guy who vaccinated himself has re-sparked genuine public interest in vaccines and unvaccinated children, which I personally thought was just a random minority and not an actual thing.

Vaccines in Brief

There are 5 main types of vaccines being used in the US:

  • Live vaccines contain weakened viruses/bacteria. They are given to people with healthy immune systems.
  • Inactivated vaccines have killed viruses/bacteria. Multiple doses required to build/maintain immunity.
  • Toxoid vaccines are made of weakened toxins created by bacteria.
  • Subunit vaccines have parts of the virus/bacteria rather than the entire thing. Side effects are also less likely.
  • Conjugate vaccines combat bacteria with coatings that hide them from the immune system (especially in young immune systems). The vaccine connects to the coating and creates an immune response.

There is some controversy around whether live or inactivated vaccines are better. On one end, live vaccines build the immune system naturally, but natural infections can be deadly.

The side-effects of vaccines are usually mild. The false belief that vaccines cause autism is the result of bad media coverage and idiot celebrities (or the president) preaching about it.

Some Example Vaccines:

DPT/DTaP Vaccine: Protects from diphtheria, pertussis (whooping cough), and tetanus. Contains toxoids for tetanus and subunits of pertussis.

Polio Vaccine: Protects from polio (duh). Can be administered through injection (inactivated virus) or orally (weakened virus). Injection is also extremely safe.

Combined DTaP-IPV-HepB Vaccine: Combination of vaccines usually for children lagging behind. The three vaccines are DTP, polio (injection), and HepB (for hepatitis B).4

The Immune System in Not-so-Brief

 Our bodies don’t like dying.

It’s generally a bad thing to die.

To begin, let’s quickly cover our body’s defense systems.

Innate Defense System

  • Skin and mucous membranes
  • Phagocytes (a type of white blood cell)
  • Antimicrobial proteins
  • Attack cells

Your skin and the mucous membranes around your organs provide the first line of defense for your body.

Your sweat has chemicals that destroy bacteria. Your slightly acidic skin destroys bacteria. Enzymes in your saliva, mucus, and eyes destroy bacteria. Your body really likes to destroy bacteria.

Phagocytes get called into battle to gobble up invaders, but they require energy to maintain.

Phagocytes

Neutrophils are the most common phagocytes. They can move around really fast and engulf germs before self-destructing. They can also secrete toxins. Neutrophils track down germs by tracking their chemical ‘scent’, which means they only attack stuff that doesn’t smell right. Neutrophils also self-destruct.

Macrophages are another type of phagocyte. They also eat germs, but they can eat multiple times, spitting out the digested gunk and then eating some more.

Natural Killer Cells

NK cells drift around in your blood looking for invaders. When they find one, they will essentially stab the shit out of it and pour in its toxins that make the cell self-destruct. They can also kill your own body cells if they’re infected. NK cells detect bad cells by checking if they create MHC (Major Histocompatibility Complex), which is a set of proteins that healthy, non-infected cells have on their surface.

Body Responses

  • Fever: Raises body temperature in an attempt to kill bacteria
  • Inflammatory Response: Cranks up the heat around cuts to help with healing and make capillaries release proteins to clog the cut.
  • Leukocytosis: To create and direct more neutrophils (which will be dying a ton in the heat of their self-destructive battle), your body will send out monocytes and neutrophils from your bone marrow to squeeze through the capillaries and get to the battlefield.

Adaptive Defense System

If your innate defense system fails, your body will need to kick it into high gear, calling in your adaptive defense system.

Your adaptive defense system is much more specific than your innate defense system. It systematically targets invaders and memorizes them.

Battle Plan
  1. B cells detect stuff. The more stuff a B cell learns to recognize, the more information gets passed onto future B cells, making detection of the same thing easier. This ‘thing’ could be your body’s cells or an antigen (which can be any invader, such as a fungus, toxin, bacteria, or virus).
  2. Once your B cells get riled up, they’ll try to eliminate your invader. Each B cell has thousands of binding receptors. Each receptor binds to a single antigen, meaning that it takes a lot of B cells to find one that matches a specific antigen
  3. Once the correct B cell finds the correct antigen, the B cell will absorb it and begin rapidly reproducing. You’ll end up with a bunch of B cells with the exact same antibody to combat the specific antigen.
  4. At this point, the B cells will begin marking the antigens (these attacking B cells are called plasma cells). Some other B cells become memory B cells, which will help recognize the antigen in the future.
  5. Antibodies don’t directly attack the antigens.2

All of the inflaming and fever and weakness from the expenditure of energy for your immune system will make you feel sick and tired.

If you are re-exposed to the same antigen in the future, the memory B cells will still be around, detecting them faster and fighting back without you even noticing.

Dangers of Unvaccinated Children

I say ‘children’ because dead people don’t grow old.

Vaccinations depend on other people being immune. Unvaccinated children are extra-dangerous because they break the herd immunity. They also put others at risk as well.

Children’s immune systems are only recently developed. Most of the defenses they learned was while they were in the womb or through drinking breast milk. Immunity to more severe or rapidly changing diseases like influenza or chicken pox is naturally learned by sucking toes and being smothered in drool.

High rates of coverage are important. It takes only one child to become a big disease-spreading machine to cause an outbreak.

Outbreaks are classified as the sudden increase of disease in a time and place. Outbreaks can affect thousands or few, but the point is that unvaccinated children harboring disease stop the whole point of being immunized in the first place.

Influenza

The flu comes and goes predictably each year. The flu vaccine is usually a combined vaccine to provide immunity for the diseases that are predicted to strike during flu season.

But the flu is just the gateway disease that opens the door for ear infections, sinus infections, and pneumonia from all of the fluid buildup.

The death rates for the flu change each year. The ambiguity of the death rates occurs mostly from states not being required to report this information to people like the CDC. However, states are required to provide reports on the deaths of children, which is why we have an abundance of info on children and influenza but not the people reading this post.

In Short:

I use the term “In Short:’ a lot.

Also, unvaccinated people are at serious risk for disease and pose a serious risk for people around them.

Currently, 17 states in the US allow vaccine exemptions. There was a recent measles outbreak due to unvaccinated people in Washington, which is extremely concerning.

There was also a 30% increase in measles due to a lack of vaccine coverage last year.

I am proposing two different ideas to be reviewed by anybody who is actually knowledgeable about law and stuff so that they can be turned into law.

Proposal 1: Right to Scratch Children with Rusty Nails

Natural selection

Proposal 2: Right to Infiltrate and Vaccinate Sleeping Children

Evade the parents.

As a final note, I leave you with the super-easy staircase to preventing disease outbreaks:

  1. Remove personal belief exemptions.
  2. Tighten down on medical exemptions.
  3. Give more freedom to the kids to make their own decision on getting vaccinated and teach them about how they’ll fucking die and/or hurt everyone if they don’t. Kids shouldn’t have to wait to turn 18 so that they can escape their parents to get vaccinated.

If that was too complicated for the anti-vaxxers, let me simplify:

References

https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/hus/2017/066.pdf

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/washington-measles-outbreak-hundreds-rally-to-presesrve-not-to-vaccinate-children-2019-02-08/

https://www.who.int/wer/2016/wer9112.pdf?ua=1

https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/hcp/conversations/downloads/vacsafe-understand-color-office.pdf

https://www.verywellhealth.com/what-are-neutrophils-797223