Thursday, December 13, 2012

Quotes From Educated People

It's not what you think.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Success Is Good

     The other day, I made what is probably my best video so far. People have told me that, and it has the highest like/dislike ratio of my 175 videos (91 likes/ 0 dislikes). Well, I don't know about the ratio, seeing as you would have to divide by zero.
     Anyway, I don't ever ask this of anyone, but if you like it, you should definitely put it on a social networking site of some sort. Makes me feel warm inside.

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

What To Do [On YouTube]

     We live in a day and age when it's completely fine for a person to have 7 billion YouTube channels. Surely, that can be quite a bit to manage, and one could worry about posting videos that are too different than what people had subscribed for. This is my conundrum.
     Yesterday, I had an idea for a video while I was cooking ramen noodles. It's different from most of my videos in that it's sketch comedy, and I intend on making it soon. I wonder though, should I post it on HeySticks? Should I make a whole other channel for people who just want to see my sketch comedy? I honestly just can't center my mind around whether it's too different or not. I don't know how often I'll be posting them either. I already manage HeySticks, Wimawa, BolognaColonel, and 1/7 or BecauseTheInternet. I don't that I need ANOTHER YouTube account just because some videos might be different.
     I suppose I worry too much. My usual videos are meant to be funny/informative, and sketch comedy is meant to be funny. I'll just keep with HeySticks and see what happens. In my history of brain usage, I usually miss an important fact, so leave a comment on your thoughts, if you'd like. Thanks

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Nerimon YouTube Survey 2012

THE TIME HAS COME. I can't believe it's already been a year since the last time, really. So here it is, in the best lighting I've ever been in. Enjoy. Tell your friends. Alright.

Tuesday, August 21, 2012


Sometimes, you accidentally send Google a picture of the monkey boy from Jumanji.

How To Existential Crisis

I make videos after I'm done being irrational.

Monday, July 30, 2012

Jonathan Coulton Conspiracy Theory

                I have a theory about Jonathan Coulton. Here it goes
     So, I’ll just give it to you straight… Jonathan Coulton wrote all songs. Every single one of them. “Music” is Coulton’s brainchild. Once he writes a matched pack of songs, he silently hand-picks people to perform these songs, serving as a proxy, as to not let his secret identity out. What is Coulton’s secret identity? A Musician. Freaking genius. It’s like hanging around the scene of the crime. When he appoints these individuals to perform his music, he makes sure they have an assumed style as to make people think that these appointed people(s) composed the songs independently. To make sure that people stay off of his scent, he makes “bad music”. Nickelback is his greatest success in this field yet. Plus, he has a great sense of humor. We know that. As sneaky as he is, he still releases his best music under the doublesudonym “Jonathan Coulton”. Greedy bastard. It’s double because it’s a fake name that’s not a fake name. Genius. He usually sports facial hair, as he does not have the time to shave. He's writing music. He trains people like Samuel L. Jackson to be badasses so that the general public will pay attention to someone else. Being able to anticipate everything, he went and did the most ambitious thing possible. He knew that people would soon try and write their own music. What he did… he wrote every song in advance. What could “in advance” even mean in this context? No one really knows. The great thing is, he doesn’t ever file lawsuits about it because he is a nice guy (Unless maybe it was stolen from “Jonathan Coulton” because he worked really hard on those). Next time you’re enjoying a nice tune, just know that Jonathan Coulton wrote it. Appreciate.

Friday, July 27, 2012


This morning, I couldn't sleep, so I made a video to get to bed.

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

New Project

My friends and I have been conspiring to make a Youtube channel to house a collaboration of sorts. I have officially made my first contribution to this channel. Watch:

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Heysticks - Surfacing

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Sunday, July 22, 2012

Thursday, July 5, 2012

1,000 Subscribers

     Surely, the subject-matter of this post is totally a mystery to you. The title doesn't make it obvious at all.
My YouTube channel has finally reached 1,000 subscribers. So many cool people have subscribed by now... it's all quite magical. I think the meaningfulness of this milestone is that it took two freaking years, and that I slowly inched over the 1,000 subscriber mark. I know people who got a few thousand all at once and just flew by this mark. I wonder if they got to see the quadruple digit happen. Who knows.
     If you have subscribed, I thank you. I can't stop making videos now. Not with 1,000+ people who pressed a button on my YouTube channel. Not now. Thank you.

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Gotye Goatee

Gotye Goatee
because why not

(I'm aware that they don't actually rhyme)

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Saturday, June 9, 2012


     The purpose of this post is to make a quick announcement.

     For a fairly long period of time, I dismissed the trend of non-children watching Avatar as an Ironic trend thing, but here's the thing. I watched it, and it's actually really good.
     It has a compelling story line, actual jokes, and characters with very round personalities.

     If you have considered watching it, then you should go ahead and do it. If you haven't even considered, then you should go ahead and watch it. That is all.

Saturday, May 19, 2012

Under The Sea (MaxDavidTardMix)

One night, David and I stayed up very late on a mission to make a terrible techno cover of a Disney song. We succeeded.

Friday, March 30, 2012

The Why Game & VEDA 2012 Tag

It's important that we keep our childhood sense of curiosity.
Thanks for watching. :)

Friday, February 24, 2012

Hair & Talking to People

The script for this video could have been a wicked essay with little alteration.
I'm proud of this one. Thanks for watching.  :)

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Ze Frank

     It's 1:35 right now, and I have class around 2:00. Let's see what I can get out in this short time window.

     Living on my own, I have had most of my time dedicated to watching fantastic online content, because I believe that there are enough hilarious and informative web shows to keep me from television and the like.
     Today, I watched two of the videos of Ze Frank at TED, where he gave ~20-minute talks about what he has done, and how it has effected him. I'm no stranger to The Show with Ze Frank, but I was almost completely unaware of the projects he had been conducting (even before the show). I had actually read about a song he wrote, using many people's voices, to comfort a woman who was losing hope with her job and life in general, but I didn't know it was Ze Frank. Seeing the TED talk connected all of the dots in my head, and completely inspired me. So much so that I'm quickly typing this "urgent" blog post in the library at my new university.
     I want to do something. I mean, something, not just what I do now. I currently am an active video blogger on YouTube (not as active as Ze was, though), and I post GIFs of things I think are funny on Tumblr, but I do not feel that I've adequately utilized the community. There are a lot of great people who want to do good things, and I need to harness the energy and see what I can do with it.
     I'll get back to you on this.


Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Julian Smith Look-Alike

I know I posted this on my Tumblr, but I need to post again because I'm so proud of myself. Behold:

Saturday, January 7, 2012

Old Media Is Trash

     This is a subject I could have gone on about in the past, since I've always felt the same way, but It's in the forefront of my thoughts at the moment because I am moving out. When moving out, one must make the choice on whether to pay for cable. The choice is simple.
     Beyond this simple declaration of my opinion, I have more to explain. Have you ever really watched a web show? I mean, a REALLY great web show? They can show you what you're missing with old media. Television is extremely terrible, and I just can't go back to watching it. Even channels like discovery channel and the history channel --Which are supposed to help people learn-- are filled with those bickering idiots that make motorcycles, people trying SO hard to lose weight, and guys conning people out of their treasures to sell for a quick profit. Keep in mind, this is the peak. Other shows are about terrible people. Jersey Shore; all shows about young pregnant women, to name a "few". I just don't understand the need to get off on seeing how terrible humanity can be. I suspect a common insecurity deep within the minds of Americans. The need to watch terrible people be terrible people stems from a need of a distraction from the thought of being a terrible person in one's own mind. I apologize if you must read over that last sentence several times.
     Of course, this whole mental process is a bunch of bologna, and you know it. The fans of these shows aren't necessarily horrible people. Television programs of this nature pick out the exceptions and put them on tele screens all over the world. Technically, the shows that are picked to be broadcast are those that are to receive a high viewership. Stop it. You can live without bridezillas. Think. Do not contribute to the fanbase of these terrible empires. They only exist based on precise research on what the public likes.
     I'll leave you with this: Question Everything.
Thanks for reading. Share it around if you agree.

     By the way, I didn't capitalize the names of those shows on purpose. Fight the power.

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Why Twitter is Awesome

I've always enjoyed using Twitter, no matter how many people I know verbally shit on it all of the time. Below is a video of myself explaining... myself. Enjoy, and thanks for reading/watching.