Stupid stuff Robert says #2

“Can you make a calculator in HTML?”

“Healthcare isn’t important – just don’t get sick.”

“Nothing in a game can be illogical, because games run on math, and math isn’t illogical.”

“I feel like I’m going to fart a shit out of my ass.”

“I say a bunch of stupid stuff because you don’t say stupid stuff.”

Me: “Perfect black doesn’t exist on Earth.”
Robert: “But GTA isn’t Earth.”

“Do you think it’s possible to make an electric laser?”

“ICE stands for emergency contact information.” (finally figured out it was ECI, after thinking about it for 2 minutes)

My blog theme

So the theme for my blog is pretty nice – and it was free, as it was one of the default I could choose from in WordPress. But I’m thinking of changing it up a bit, to be unique. I’ll be designing the theme myself, and I was wondering if anyone had any potential pointers or suggestions for how I should make it look.

No matter what, the theme will look different from the main pages on my website, as those look sort of wonky (I’m not to blame for that, I didn’t create them).

To offer me a suggestion, do it through my live chat. I get way too many bots commenting on my posts, and I don’t want to have to sift through them just to potentially find comments from actual human beings.

A friendly notice

When trying to sign in to my blog, it doesn’t automatically put you to the HTTPS version of the site, like it should. I’m not sure why it does that, and I’ll try to get it working soon. But for the record, just know that I do have SSL enabled, and all you need to do is put https:// before

So it would be

However, if you have the HTTPS everywhere plugin, this won’t be necessary as it will do it for you automatically.

Stupid stuff Robert says #1

So my friend Robert is… not the brightest guy, and sometimes it really shows. Here on my blog, I’ll be posting collections of retarded stuff he says. None of these quotes were jokes, by the way. For all of those, he was completely serious.

On occasion, he likes to argue his stupidity to me, claiming he’s right. Usually though, he realizes he’s wrong pretty quick.

“If I make a dollar per hour, and then make 100% more, I’d be making 1.50”

“It’s 97 megabytes? That’s almost a gigabyte”

“That wasn’t the serial code – sorry, I meant the URL.”

“Windows 10 isn’t Windows NT because Windows NT is Windows 10.”

“I had it right and then I corrected myself.”

“We’ve played three games, and you’ve won four of them.”

“All squares can be rectangles, but not all rectangles can be squares.”