I haven't posted here in, well, about a million years.
Shit has changed quite a lot since then. The biggest change would be that I started a Digital Media Agency with my brother. You should check it out, hell, you should hire us.
Take the risk, reap the reward, never go with the grain.
Friday, December 17, 2010
Ok. So. We have had a great time here. I mean like, it was nice and all. But some nice things need to end.
I've moved to Wordpress. It's better, easier and has more options. (You hear that Blogspot?)
So follow my new blog. http://markwrightness.wordpress.com/
Do it, to it
Friday, December 3, 2010
Sunday, November 28, 2010
Monday, November 22, 2010
Unfortunately to the ignorant dismay of my Grandfather, he never received his One Million Pounds. Most of us would shrug the email off as a scam and never think about it again. However my Granddaddy did not, he was enthralled by his new wealth, he phoned his children and told them how they would all see a share of the spoils.Unfortunately for him, the money my Grandfather deposited into this Nigerian fellow's bank account was most likely used to fund a party of monumental proportions.
Many unsuspecting individuals around the globe fall victim to these online scams. They forget the fact that they did not actually enter the competition that they have been told to have won. They ignore the basic common sense that tells you to think twice about the situation. However, a small group of people are now taking it to the scamming bastards in an attempt to scam the "scammers". Thescambaiter.com is an online website that provides people with the correct information and tools to get back at these bastards who play on the weak and stupid. From advice on how to make the day of the scammer living hell, photo copied checks that display outrageous amounts and other "legal" documents that will make the average scammer jizz in his pants. The goal of thescambaiter.com is to waste the time of the scammers, to get them to perform outrageous tasks and in some cases rip them off.
Yes. Some of you might feel bad for these scammers, who are just trying to make a dishonest living . I don't. I think thescambaiter.com is one of the best things I have heard of this entire year. Go thescambaiter.com. Scam the scamming bastards. Go have a look-see and maybe even join in the fun. www.thescambaiter.com. Do it for my Granddaddy
Sunday, November 21, 2010
So, after being told by my good friend Justin "Cassius" Jacobie about this thing called Tumblr, I have decided to give it a bash. Its kinda like a blog, but different (sort of). I like to think of it as the love child of Blogspot and Twitter. I will try keep updating my Blog as we have a deep and meaningful relationship, but I wanna see if this Tumblr thing is as cool as it has been made out to be. My Tumblr URL is markwrightness.tumblr.com. Check it out
I wish I was as talented as this Lady
I wish I was as talented as this Lady
Monday, November 15, 2010
Monday, November 8, 2010
Like everyone, I have experienced depression. A deep sinking feeling of unease, a lurking feeling of displacement and an inability to feel good. I have been down the psychological street, where your negative views and attitudes only bring more misfortune and emotional torment. I have forbidden myself from looking into mirrors in an attempt to prevent myself from ridiculing and insulting the person that is staring back. I know what it feels like to unhappy with my circumstances, with the way my life has panned out and with my physical appearance. I have found myself constantly dwelling in the sadness that consumes my being.
Before you label me and place judgement upon me, think about the darkest period of your life. How your thoughts circled in a negative cycle that only pulled you closer and closer towards the darkness that you feared. For some it is easier to relate to this, for others it it might not hit home.
I have watched many people attempt to combat the sinking feeling in their chests with medication or recreational social lubricants. They look for a quick fix for a problem that has deep roots in the lives of these individuals. Often ignoring the source of this emotional pain. You can ask them why they are sad or what is making their lives a misery. Often they can tell you, a physical insecurity, a dissatisfaction with the lives they have chosen or a regret about past decisions. Even when the cause of their depression is clear they choose to rather treat the problem medically instead of facing the problem head on. Having said this, there are cases where individuals have no real cause that can be hailed as the root of the problem. I do believe that this is where modern medicine can play an important role.
If you are unhappy with way you look, attempt to combat it. If you are unhappy with your life and the choices you have made, change the course of your existence. Being proactive about the problem will almost always start to make you feel better, if you begin to see results watch as your life starts to lighten up and how you will begin to attract positivity. Negativity attracts negativity, positivity attracts positivity, its as simple as that. Sometimes, regardless of how hard you try you cannot change what is making you unhappy. This is often where people fall off the boat and submerge themselves in the unhappiness, making these feelings of dissatisfaction the center of their beings. A person that focuses on the negative sides of their existence becomes negative and often unpleasant person to be around. When faced with something we cannot repair or change, we have to accept it for what it is and eventually move on. People talk about the stages of loss and how we move through them. This is often true, but every individual spends different amounts of time at each stage. We are all different and we all cope with different situations differently.