As of this period, I either wander the current Web 2.0 or clicking the "Random Pasta" link. Something has resurfaced from my past. By 2004, I was a 4th grader (in Philippines, and I'm now a graduating IT college student). I remember hanging out on this sites: newgrounds.com (for sake of flash games), rotten.com, ogrish.com, snuffx.com and sfogs.com.
The last mentioned: sfogs.com (Singaporean First Online Ghost Stories), I want to share. Some of the stories there are cliched, some are ordinary and boring, and some are short and sweet. I wonder if anyone here read some user-emailed/submitted stories by Sfogs.com. It has been down for some time and has resurfaced (I forgot when), only to be of few remains, some stories and pictures are intact …
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If you know what Geocaching is, you may skip this following excerpt from a pasta named "Geocaching" itself:
"Have you ever heard of Geocaching? Without going into too much detail, Geocaching is basically a game where strangers all over the world hide items, provide GPS coordinates for said items and let others find them. So a person takes something, an old toy or, I don’t know, maybe a pair of scissors, packs it up, hides in a hard-to-find place, provides coordinates at geocaching.com, and the rest of the world is welcome to try and find it."
TL;DR: Basically, Geocaching is like being a pirate acquires a certain map then sets sail for the treasure; but the pirate is a sufficiently gadget-literate person who found GPS coordinates on Net.
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I stumbled upon a news through my Facebook newsfeed. It is about a Chinese factory worker who jumped out from a window to end his very depressing life.
What's notable about man are the powerful messages he left before he died. He is a poet. The news reminded me of a saying "What's bad for the heart is good for the art." I wonder if any of you (citizens of this wikia) know about this.
This can be an inspiration for a good pasta. I posted this because I have no time to do pastas yet.
Here is the link of the news: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldviews/wp/2014/11/12/the-haunting-poetry-of-a-chinese-factory-worker-who-committed-suicide/
Anyone can make a pasta out of this? This is the horror of capitalism.Read more >