Just another Windows Ad Camping, guess how awesome it is !!! And this is the reason why I prefer South Park.
I know, my blog turns into a south park blog but check out this guys, it s awesome, Eric sings Lady Gaga’s Poker Face
There is no argue that I’m watching south park for my favourite character Eric Cartman however there is one more character, Stan’s father Randy Marsh. This guy is funnier than Stan.
Still waiting for new episodes …
I have shared some of my favorite South Park Episodes and now, here is the rest of my list.
- Season 6 Episode 7 “Simpsons Already Did It”
- Season 8 Episode 8 “AWESOM-O”
- Season 10 Episode 8 “Make Love, Not Warcraft”
- Season 11 Episode 2 “Cartman Sucks”
- Season 12 Episode 9 “Breast Cancer Show Ever”
- Season 13 Episode 2 “The Coon”
I think South Park made really good start to Season 13 with “The Coon” which I have blogged about the mysterious hero “Who Is Mysterion?”. I still seek the identity of the Mysterion Kid. If you know something about it, please share it with me. May be we have to stay and wait and see what will happen in the following episodes.
South Park made a cool start to Season 13. Episode 2; “The Coon” is awesome, watched twice and still don’t know the true identity of Mysterion Kid. Made a quick research by exploring south park forums and fun sites but I couldn’t find the right answers to the question “Who is Mysterion?”
In my opinion Kenny or Clyde could be Mystreion Kid in the episode. My clues;
- When Cartman speaks about “Who is the Coon?” only Kenny and Stan pay attention to Cartman but Clyde sleeps in the class (may be tired whole night?).
- Kenny is poor and he doesn’t have enough money to have a nice costume.
- When Mysterion fights Professor Chaos, he dies and wakes up again. Kenny does it always.
- Kenny’s and Clyde’s voice are so close to Mysterion’s deep voice.
These are my thoughts about Mysterion but it is South Park anyone could be him. I think directors have future plans about super heroes.
I spent my weekend working on my graduate studies and watching South Park. Only a few episodes left to complete all missed episodes.
I made my mind with help of my advisers and decided to study on Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Semantic Networks and made a three phase plan. First phase is supposed to finish in three weeks time. That’s why I spent most of my weekend implementing a p2p network using twisted networking framework.
It is an implementation of simple client-client p2p network which is designed to work in local networks and doesn’t support file transfer protocol at the moment. So, it is the simplest p2p network that each peer can discover and talk each other for specific tasks. It is planned to accomplish basic p2p operations to test our main semantic application.
Now, next step is to add some semantics to this p2p network, so, I’ll be working on NLTK (NLP, Natural Language Toolkit) for two weeks.
PS: Twisted GUI integration easier then cli (command line interface). Strange, isn’t it?
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Chef: “Hi Children”
Children: “Hi Chef”
Chef: “How are you today?”
Chef: “Why bad?”
Almost, every episode this speech is done between children (Stan, Kyle, Cartman, Kenny) and Chef, it is kind a quote. In general, this speech goes on with a love song sung by Chef. It is one of the things that I really like in South Park
I need a South Park special section in my blog.
I’m usually blogging about Semantic Web or South Park. Main reason is it is about real life so what makes South Park to be my favorite TV Show all time. I’ve started watching South Park from begging, it takes time but it’s worth. So far I’ve completed 5 seasons and my favorite episodes (ordered in time) are:
- Season 2 Episode 3 “Chickenlover”
- Season 4 Episode 12 “4th Grade”
- Season 5 Episode 1 “Scott Tenorman Must Die”
- Season 5 Episode 13 “Kenny Dies”
These are funny among seasons 1- 5 but not my best ones, I’ll share them soon …
You can’t imagine how I love the weekends. It doesn’t mean I dislike working,it means I like dislike the ways tasks done in these days. Everything is in the air, nothing is written, no rules, and everyone acts what he/she likes … This post is about how I spend my weekends.
I usually leave work as soon as I can in Fridays. I usually spend my weekend at home in winter else I try to stay out at least one day for outdoor activities. I like working on new things, technologies … etc. so, I spend my time reading papers or working on new technologies if I’m at home. I can’t do it at my current work. People around me worry about the new technologies if they cannot understand or handle it. I like to challenge myself…
Today, planning to home and watch TV shows or previous series of South Park. Saturday is my research day. I’m going to write down things in my mind for a long time. Actually, it will be a draft for the research subjects I’ll work on. Sunday is going to be a housework day, a little housekeeping.
Then, It is Monday again …
I can say that South Park is the best TV Show I have ever seen. And, Eric T. Cartman is the most funnies character in the series. Surprised when I read about Cartman’s personality in Wikipedia. Is it possible to some like him can exist in real life? Briefly, Eric T. Cartman:
Eric Cartman is often spoiled, foul-mouthed, sadistic, ill-tempered, insensitive, racist, antisemitic, sociopathic, greedy, loudmouthed, lazy, fat (he believes that he is not fat, but big-boned), wildly insecure, bigoted, and manipulative. He is portrayed as having a general lack of moral responsibility or social conscience. He despises Kyle because of his Jewish background and will make fun of him about being Jewish. Though he hates Kyle, he will socialize with him along with Stan and Kenny. Cartman has a habit of bullying and teasing all of his friends; Kyle is the most threatened and teased by Cartman during most episodes.
Sometimes Cartman acts differently around the other boys, even stating that Kenny is his best friend and he is okay with Stan, but later goes back to annoying everyone.