Wednesday, 5 October 2011


Hello there! Well it's been about a week since I last posted something. I was  having computer and internet trouble for a little while after a Anti Virus program didn't install properly and messed things up. Pretty pointless as the anti-virus things pretty much did something a virus might do.....But anyway, I took the chance to pull out my wallet and upgrade to Windows 7, and things are working smoothly now so yeah~~. It wasn't the best time for my computer to malfunction as I had suddenly got requests from many people that week, but you can expect them to come out in regular intervals from now...(hopefully)

When subtitling "Serious" his face would pause on strange face expressions so I decided to take snap shots of some lol!


  1. HAHAHHAA super classic Hotei faces - he totally owns the awkward video clip pause :D These need to be moving giff'ed stat!


  2. Which Anti-virus did you install on your old computer?
    You should install Malwarebytes, a very useful program (unless you already have it on your computer). The best use of Malwarebytes is as complementary with another casual anti-virus. Malwarebytes is not made for real-time protection but to do a good scan of your computer and detect viruses when you suspect there might be some in your computer.
    (Last time my computer had issues and I scanned it with Malwarebytes. Results: Malwarebytes found 12 trojans in my computer! No wonder why my computer wasn't working anymore... )
    No need to buy the full version of Malwarebytes, the free version of Malwarebytes is enough and informs you when updates are available.

    In term of anti-virus, if you plan to buy one someday, Kaspersky or Nod32 are the most efficient according to what I read on the web. But even if you have Kaspersky or Nod32 installed on your computer, you still have to do regular scans with Malwarebytes to keep your computer safe.

    (By the way I'm not promoting or working for Malwarebytes lol but just to bring some informations if it can help.)

  3. ^^ lmfao I can't agree more!

    I'm off to watch the last part. Been an interesting "journey" with him so far. ;)

  4. @Tako= It was a program called AVG. I think it just didn't install properely or my version of windows xp was a little bit.....dodgy.

    @RedCheonsam + Danisha=Well you're free to make one if you know how... because I don't.

  5. @tako again= oh and thanks for all the suggestions! I'll check them out

  6. @GodzillaRadio : No problem! :)
    About AVG, I've read this wasn't a really good anti-virus (Panda, Norton, etc as well) and if you want a program more efficient, Kaspersky and Nod32 are more recommended by users in general.
    And as complementary program Malwarebytes.
    Better to protect well your new computer since you just bought it!