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The Cloak

2008-01-03 18:09:55 by ZiggyZack99
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Hey, there's a film out there called The Cloak, and it's not the one you see on Newgrounds. It is a ten minute long thriller. If you haven't watched it, you have not a life. To get a life, click here. After you've gotten your life back, click here to watch a movie that rocks and is called The Cloak.

The Cloak


Silentkat is doing something cool...

2008-01-03 17:55:47 by ZiggyZack99
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Hey, everybody! Silentkat is doing a cool thing where it will make anyone a moderator if you vote for them! In fact, I'm the only one on the list currently. So, vote for me!

Click here to vote, see candidates, and look at the rules!

Don't forget to vote for me! Yeah, cuz if you did that, I'd be ur bff.

On a (un) related topic, just click here: Zacktown to give me a boost. After that, you can just go back to newgrounds. please.


Another post about my User Image...

2008-01-03 16:51:58 by ZiggyZack99
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Who thinks I should change it to the image below? (i made it) I mean, it's cleaner, so what...

Another post about my User Image...


Guess what, again...

2008-01-03 16:22:37 by ZiggyZack99
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Absent just said I can use his user image! He stole it from wikipedia, and I stole it from him! Honestly, though, I don't want it anymore....

Guess what, again...


Hmmm more bullshit from IMVU....

2008-01-03 16:02:54 by ZiggyZack99
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Great, I was looking for some messaging software for our collab group, and I ran across IMVU. I though, "Heck, might as well." It sucks, and I'll tell you why...
1. It makes your computer run fucked up like hell
2. It's hard to use


Guess what...

2008-01-03 15:47:20 by ZiggyZack99
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If the owner of my user image does not come forth and claim it within... an hour, then I'll keep it, no matter what! MWAH HA HA HA HA!

Guess what...


Just because you care

2008-01-03 13:34:59 by ZiggyZack99
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Just because you care, I'm going to tell you something:
As the Pacific straddles the ±180° longitude where East becomes West, the Asian side of the ocean (where latitudes are E) is correctly referred to as East Pacific and the opposite side (eastwards) where latitudes are W is the West Pacific. To retain the popular "left is western" and "right is eastern" means of reference, the Western Pacific is thus the East Pacific and the Eastern Pacific the West Pacific. The International Date Line follows the ±180° longitude to the greater part of its North-South demarcation but veers far eastwards around Kiribati (Caroline Island, which, not coincidentally, was renamed Millennium Island) and westwards round the Aleutian Islands as can be seen on the map at International Date Line.

For most of Ferdinand Magellan's voyage from the Straits of Magellan to the Philippines, the Portuguese explorer indeed found the ocean peaceful. However, the Pacific is not always peaceful. Many typhoons and hurricanes batter the islands of the Pacific and the lands around the Pacific rim are full of volcanoes and often rocked by earthquakes. Tsunamis, caused by underwater earthquakes, have devastated many islands and wiped out whole towns.
The Pacific contains about 25,000 islands (more than the total number in the rest of the world's oceans combined), the majority of which are found south of the equator. (See: Pacific Islands.)

Along the Pacific Ocean's irregular western margins lie many seas, the largest of which are the Celebes Sea, Coral Sea, East China Sea, Sea of Japan, South China Sea, Sulu Sea, Tasman Sea, and Yellow Sea. The Straits of Malacca joins the Pacific and the Indian Oceans on the west, and the Straits of Magellan links the Pacific with the Atlantic Ocean on the east.

As the Pacific straddles the ±180° longitude where East becomes West, the Asian side of the ocean (where latitudes are E) is correctly referred to as East Pacific and the opposite side (eastwards) where latitudes are W is the West Pacific. To retain the popular "left is western" and "right is eastern" means of reference, the Western Pacific is thus the East Pacific and the Eastern Pacific the West Pacific. The International Date Line follows the ±180° longitude to the greater part of its North-South demarcation but veers far eastwards around Kiribati (Caroline Island, which, not coincidentally, was renamed Millennium Island) and westwards round the Aleutian Islands as can be seen on the map at International Date Line.

For most of Ferdinand Magellan's voyage from the Straits of Magellan to the Philippines, the Portuguese explorer indeed found the ocean peaceful. However, the Pacific is not always peaceful. Many typhoons and hurricanes batter the islands of the Pacific and the lands around the Pacific rim are full of volcanoes and often rocked by earthquakes. Tsunamis, caused by underwater earthquakes, have devastated many islands and wiped out whole towns.
The Pacific contains about 25,000 islands (more than the total number in the rest of the world's oceans combined), the majority of which are found south of the equator. (See: Pacific Islands.)

Along the Pacific Ocean's irregular western margins lie many seas, the largest of which are the Celebes Sea, Coral Sea, East China Sea, Sea of Japan, South China Sea, Sulu Sea, Tasman Sea, and Yellow Sea. The Straits of Malacca joins the Pacific and the Indian Oceans on the west, and the Straits of Magellan links the Pacific with the Atlantic Ocean on the east.

As the Pacific straddles the ±180° longitude where East becomes West, the Asian side of the ocean (where latitudes are E) is correctly referred to as East Pacific and the opposite side (eastwards) where latitudes are W is the West Pacific. To retain the popular "left is western" and "right is eastern" means of reference, the Western Pacific is thus the East Pacific and the Eastern Pacific the West Pacific. The International Date Line follows the ±180° longitude to the greater part of its North-South demarcation but veers far eastwards around Kiribati (Caroline Island, which, not coincidentally, was renamed Millennium Island) and westwards round the Aleutian Islands as can be seen on the map at International Date Line.

For most of Ferdinand Magellan's voyage from the Straits of Magellan to the Philippines, the Portuguese explorer indeed found the ocean peaceful. However, the Pacific is not always peaceful. Many typhoons and hurricanes batter the islands of the Pacific and the lands around the Pacific rim are full of volcanoes and often rocked by earthquakes. Tsunamis, caused by underwater earthquakes, have devastated many islands and wiped out whole towns.
The Pacific contains about 25,000 islands (more than the total number in the rest of the world's oceans combined), the majority of which are found south of the equator. (See: Pacific Islands.)

Along the Pacific Ocean's irregular western margins lie many seas, the largest of which are the Celebes Sea, Coral Sea, East China Sea, Sea of Japan, South China Sea, Sulu Sea, Tasman Sea, and Yellow Sea. The Straits of Malacca joins the Pacific and the Indian Oceans on the west, and the Straits of Magellan links the Pacific with the Atlantic Ocean on the east.

WOW!!!!


MSwO

2008-01-03 13:27:36 by ZiggyZack99
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Mario's Struggle with Obesity!
That's right, I'm bringing back my award-not winning series, this time on Newgrounds! You can already see the first two here: Episode One and Episode Two! Yay! Tell me what you think!


Help me?

2008-01-03 11:14:47 by ZiggyZack99
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I made a flash document, and I set the security settings so it can use my webcam, and it DOES say it recognizes my webcam, but I can't see the stream! Here's the code I've been using:
c = Camera.get();
webCam.attachVideo(c);


Windows ABC

2008-01-03 10:30:18 by ZiggyZack99
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So, I'll make Windows ABC, next. It will be Windows XYZ's sequel. Can you please watch it, play with it, and tell me what you think here? Thanks for helping out on Windows ABC!