Monday, July 8, 2013

Goodbye, Fellow Typospherians!

Well, you few but faithful have been very good to me, but it appears I will be closing up shop. That's right. Click, Clack, Ring will cease to exist by the end of the next week. The thing is, I'm not getting anything out of this, and I'm just not that interested in typewriters anymore. It seems like more of a job than a hobby. I'd just like you guys to know that I'm pretty sure I have the best viewers in the world. As always, feel free to comment down below, and have a good day. This is the end of an era. But! Don't be surprised to see me pop up again on the Internet in to time. You see, this isn't the end of the end.

For the last time, (it really hurts to say this), Stay Classy. Godspeed!


Thursday, June 20, 2013

I'm The Doctor.
The Tardis!!!
 Well,this "new post" screen is a sight for sore eyes. I haven't posted anything in a few months, and a lot has happened since then. I graduated from the 8th grade, my brother is moving to a new apartment, and I have become addicted to Doctor Who. Over the past few days, I have watched hours upon hours of season 5 and 6 on Netflix, and have started speaking in a Scottish accent, and calling myself "the Doctor". I want a bowtie now, too, because, after all, "bowties are cool". (People who don't watch Doctor Who have no idea what I'm talking about).

Aside from Doctor Who, and aside from the things I mentioned before, not much has changed. In my previous post, I described how I am going to try to write a book, and post it chapter by chapter, up on this blog. Now I need help with the main character's name. A description of the character is young, adventerous, and a bit smart-alecky. (I just realized I sound like an old-timer using that term.) And I was hoping maybe some of you could help me out here. So, if you have any ideas, post them down below!

Stay Classy.

-The Doctor

Sunday, May 26, 2013

The Guns of Navarone/Come Out Ye Black and Tans/Book?

Hey guys! It's been a while hasn't it? Right now, I'm sitting in my brother's apartment in upstate New York watching "The Guns of Navarone", a classic starring Gregory Peck, Anthony Quinn, David Niven, and co. Tomorrow is Memorial Day, so I thought I would watch a war themed movie. Not much to complain about in this flick. The only thing I find unrealistic is that their boat is totally unscathed after the Nazi boat right next to them explodes. Divine intervention or movie effects? Probably movie effects. For English class, we have to write a research paper. I was looking for good topics off the top of my head, and I came up with the "Black and Tans" who were the British police in Ireland in the late-1910s and early-1920s. They were known for destroying civilians' property sometimes, worst of all, the civilian's lives.

Sadly, the New York Rangers' season is over, most likely due to John Tortorella's inept coaching abilities. So now that that is over, I've looked to my cousin to teach me about the world's most popular sport---- soccer, or football if you want to be exotic. (Unless, of course, you're reading this from somewhere that's not America in which case the term "football" would not be exotic to you at all.) I basically know nothing about the sport, but I played FIFA 13, and I basically fell in love with the game.

Still, my journeys into the depths of the Typosphere have been few and far between. And even when I do take time to look at the Typosphere, I quickly lose interest.

An idea that I had a few weeks ago just sprang into my mind: I will try to write a book, and I will post each chapter one by one. Whaddaya think? Post your opinions down below and I will reply with a quick response.

Stay Classy.


Tuesday, April 16, 2013

The Problem With "Coexisting"

Well, here I am making yet another post about a horrific tragedy. I hate this. When the Boston Marathon was bombed yesterday by terrorists, whether they be domestic or not, it got me thinking. It made me think of an episode of the late Archbishop Fulton Sheen's television show in which the former archbishop of New York claims that "co-existing" does not work. And he's absolutely right. All evils, past and present, have pleaded for "co-existence". They do this, because they are not yet strong enough to strike. They "play it safe" in a way, not challenging the "Americas" of history. (When I say Americas, I mean the evil's enemy, Like the Axis versus the Allies). We "co-existed" with the Nazis in the 1930's while they planned to literally take over the world, and eliminate every non-Nazi race on the planet, like Jews, Catholics, Protestants etc. We "co-existed" with the communists in Russia during the 1960's and 1970's while they persecuted anti-socialist groups in Poland and Germany. And we "co-existed" with Al-Qaeda and the Taliban pre-9/11 and continue to do so even after the horrid actions they took against our country with little to no justice because beaurocrats didn't want to hurt anybody's feelings. If we continue to "co-exist", the country will be eaten from the inside out with disgusting acts of terror such as the one yesterday.

Stay Classy and God Bless.


Sunday, March 24, 2013

Looseleaf Paper

Hey guys Will here, hope my typecast is legible.
Stay Classy.


Saturday, February 16, 2013

I'm Extremely Lazy

Hey Guys,
I have a confession to make.

I'm confessing that I have been diagnosed with severe laziness lately. I have not typed in such a long time. It's kind of upsetting that I have to push myself to type essays and reports. As you can see, I took a little break from blogging for a little bit. It was all a part of my master plan. Muhahahahah! No, I really planned to take a break, and I must say it feels GOOD to be back! I am going to throw myself into this blog, because the idle mind is the devil's playground, if you catch my drift. (People should really use that more often.) (Along with droppin' a beat). I'm starting to bring back 1970's terminology single-handedly in school and whenever I go out. My ventures into the typosphere lately have been seldom, but I have been looking for Olivetti's lately. The Italians are magicians with design. They also have the best food. (That's hardly debatable). I mean, look at their styling with cars. Ferrari, Lamborghini, the beauties are uncountable. The most beautiful car I have ever seen had Italian styling: the Jensen Interceptor. Now look at that automobile and tell me that's not one of the most beautiful cars you've ever seen! (Another hardly debatable subject). It's English but the styling is unmistakeably Italian. Well, whoever's Italian and reading this, you guys are the best. Sometimes.

Stay oh, so classy.


Friday, January 11, 2013