Welcome!


Scroll down past this post for the most current posts.

Click here to read this page to see what you are agreeing to by using/viewing this site. (:

Now to the introduction..

Thanks and Welcome to my fantastic blog! Feel free to take a look around, stay a bit longer, and follow the blog! (: A little about me: I owned 3 blogs, title Jeff Fantage Blog, Random Blogger, and Almost Perfect Thoughts..respectively c: This blog is managed by me, Jeff, with the help of a few selected authors. We will be happy to keep you as a regular viewer! If you have any suggestions, feel free to comment them anywhere on this blog, or even take our Feedback survey to help better improve this blog. Pleasure to be here with you(:

Copyright © 2013 thealmostperfectthoughts.wordpress.com: All rights reserved. 
Some Images are Copyright © 2013 by KingsIsle Entertainment, Inc. or Fantage, Inc.
The Wizard101® logo is a registered trademark of Kingsisle Entertainment, Inc                    The Fantage® logo is a registered trademark of Fantage, Inc.                                                  

1000 Things We Hate #232: Stickers on Hats


Originally posted on 1000 Things We Hate:

I am the furthest thing away from a ‘thug.’  I shudder at the word.  Some of my dope-ass-hoebag-bros could probably attest that I’m just not ‘in’ that crowd.  Some of my cousins are… and I am ashamed…

Anyway, there’s a bubbling trend that’s apparently been going on for 5-7 years and I have only now noticed it.  The trend?  Keeping the stickers on baseball caps or other thug apparel in the form of a hat.  The stickers can appear on the bottom of the bill or on the underside of the bill or the side-side of the bill.

There are apparently a lot of reasonable reasons for keeping the stickers on the hats like “the hat gets dusty and if you remove the sticker it leaves a coloration mark” or “there’s sticky residue left” or “I’m a fuckwad.”  You know, all of the above.  Unfortunately for those people, it looks…

View original 270 more words

My Last Post


Jeff:

Can’t believe this is actually happening

Originally posted on ƒαɳƚαɠҽνιℓℓҽ:

Hello everyone. It’s been a while, and I’m not quite sure where to start.

I want to apologize for leaving for nearly three months without any explanation. Something rather unfortunate happened in real life that required my full attention, and, well, let’s just leave it at that, for my own privacy and to spare you from a long boring story.

I’m (again) amazed that this blog has continued to be active during my absence, whether it be through views, comments, or asks. You all are truly the most wonderful bunch of people I have ever met online. It’s difficult to express how extremely grateful I am to have met you all, merely by typing some words on my keyboard, but please believe that I mean every word I’m typing in the most sincere way.

Many of you have already come to the conclusion that I won’t be returning to blog. As…

View original 284 more words

A Petition Worth Signing For- Disbar Matthew G. McLaughlin


Disbar- expel (a lawyer) from the Bar, so that they no longer have the right to practice law.

~Google definitions

There is a religious California lawyer who wanted to legalize the shooting and murder of people (namely those LGBT+). In his petition, he specifically mentioned that it would be okay to shoot anyone “whom touches another person of the same gender for purposes of sexual gratification” in the head and killed, or “put to death…by any other convenient method”.

The penalty for this, is death? Despite punishment by death being ruled unconstitutional by a California judge?

Don’t get me wrong guys, but I think this guy is just a little cray. He clearly is advocating for the death of innocent citizens. I don’t know about you, but we aren’t Russia.

He also wants to censor anything that “[creates] an interest or an acceptance of human sexual relations other than between a man or a woman”. As some of you well know, censorship is a no-bueno in my book.

There’s currently a petition on Change.org to disbar Matthew. Help make a difference and sign it here: https://www.change.org/p/california-state-bar-disbar-matthew-gregory-mclaughlin-198329?recruiter=1686836&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=share_twitter_responsive

More information is also available on that page.

~Jeff

Happy Friday the 13th!


Funny, when I scrolled through my following blogs feed for like a minute, there was less Happy Friday the 13th posts than I expected.

It only comes only once a year, so enjoy this lucky unlucky day! Today was actually pretty great for me, minus during Spanish and PE because I felt like sneezing the entire 2 hours but didn’t sneeze at all.

On a more solemn note, don’t let superstition get to you. Please. Some people actually attack and kill any black cats/rabbits they see on Friday the 13th, because they believe so much that it is bad luck. Some shelters even refuse to allow adoption of black cats on Friday the 13th, because many of them would only be adopted to kill. At least, that’s what I’ve read on comments on Instagram. But nevertheless, it is something to be wary of.

How was your Friday the 13th?! I would like to know!! Any comments are welcomed

~Jeff

Followers24.com Is Probably Untrustworthy


Personally, I haven’t used the site, and I barely heard of it, but supposedly you can buy Instagram followers on it.

I’m really jumping to conclusions, but in their Terms of Use (under Disclaimer), it says,”Followers24 makes no guarantees of any kind, expressed or implied for the services we provide.”

That means that even though you paid for followers, they don’t have to give you any. In addition, this statement in their TOS renders their “100% money back guarantee”, as it says right there that they make no gaurantees of any kind, expressed or implied. And of course, you agreed to that, since you were on their website and using their services. What I found interesting though is that they use HTTPS. Just a thought.

To be honest, it’s such a con move. But I just love smart they were.

~Jeff

Happy New Year!!


Welcome to 2015! 2014 was getting too mainstream anyways..

Last year was a big year for me, and I hope that this year would be even better. For the rest of you, may the new year also be better.

I don’t really have much else to say..my thoughts are really uncollected.

Happy year of the sheep

~Jeff

2014 in review!! +Note


Seeing this always makes me feel a little emotional. Thanks to every single one of you who views my blog and continues to. You are truly awesome. And for the bloggers that said goodbye this year, among all the current bloggers, may your new year brings back reunions, new friends, great prosperity, and nothing but joy. I love you all.

It’s amazing that this year is already over and so much has changed. I’ve made new friends that I’m thankful for, and old friends were lost or lingers still in my memory, and they’ll always be there. Let me know in the comments..how was YOUR 2014?

~Jeff

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 17,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 6 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

Click here to see the complete report.

Why You Shouldn’t Buy Wizard101 Things From CAG (ChatAndGames.net)


Unless you’re extremely desperate for a bundle and don’t live where a GameStop is at, there is absolutely no reason to buy anything from ChatAndGames.net.

Everything on the website is completely overpriced compared to the same item on the Wizard101 website.

For example, here is 5,000 crowns on CAG.

$16?!

On Wizard101.com, the cost of 5,000 crowns is only $10.

ChatAndGames.net (Warning: the site is riddled with ads) is making a profit of 60%.

For one year membership, Wizard101 normally charges $79.95. ChatAndGames charges $95.95 for the same item. That’s a 20% profit for them, and $20 more out of your pocket. If there’s currently a sale going on (as Wizard101 tends to do often), you’re paying 60% more for a 1 year membership.

As a final example to prove my point, 60,000 crowns is sold for $80 on Wizard101.com. At CAG, it costs $99. If you bought from CAG instead of Wizard101, that’s spending 23.75% more money than you have to.

There’s  no reason why anyone would want or need to buy crowns or membership from CAG, when you can easily just do it from W101, often times with a promotion. It’s just not logical.

Divergent


I finally had gotten the chance to read Divergent!!

IMG_4505.JPG

It is day 3 of having the book, and so far I’m a little over halfway in the book.

I don’t know who I am anymore. I don’t know what to do with life when I’m not reading it. It’s like watching a movie part way then stopping to take a break and your brain is just fried.

The book is just so captivating..and I want it to continue forever and ever and ever….and ever…

In other news, 3 more weeks till winter vacation! I really don’t wanna try at school anymore, but I must, for the sake of my GPA. Bleh.

I hope that winter break will be so long for me I want to go back to school.

~Jeffy

KingsIsle Gamers raise over $9000 for Extra Life


Originally posted on KingsIsle Blog:

For the seventh year, thousands of gamers from all over the world have come together to play games for 24 hours to raise money for Children’s Miracle Network hospitals. Extra Life is one of the most popular gaming-themed charity events held each year. As one of the premiere charities helping sick and injured children, the impact made by Children’s Miracle Network cannot be underestimated.

From the CMN Website:

62 children enter a Children’s Miracle Network Hospital for treatment every minute. Whether they suffer from common childhood afflictions like asthma and broken bones, or fight bigger challenges like birth defects or cancer, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals provide comfort, treatment and hope to millions of sick kids. In fact, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals treat one in 10 children in North America each year.

This year for the first time, KingsIsle lead a team of Wizard101 and Pirate101 players (and KingsIsle employees too)…

View original 279 more words