Saturday, February 28, 2009

The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

I think everyone should watch this movie. It is an incredible animation that I think would be hard to not love. Either way, here is a step-by-step guide on how to watch it.

The Movie is located here

To play the movie, click the link on the bottom of the page that says "Watch in online here"

It will open in a new window. Also, the movie is in 3 separate files. So when 1/3 finishes, just click the "next arrow" symbol on the control bar to get to "2/3" and so.

The movie is in Japanese with English subtitles, which I can 200% guarantee is better than English by a substantial margin. However, if you have lost your ability to read, then you can watch the movie dubbed in English by clicking the link below.

Everything is amazing, nobody is happy...

Friday, February 27, 2009

Mom's here

and she just said Jill's the most beautiful Haverkamp wife (okay i brought it up)

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

ABC's of Fletcher

A thing I did on Facebook. Sharing with the people who are out of it.

- Age: 21
- Available: 24/7
- Annoyance: people who won't finish talking
- Animal: Hawk

- Beer: meh
- Birthday: May 25th
- Best Friend: Finn and Brittany
- Best feeling in the world: explanation too long
- Blind or Deaf: deaf
- Best weather: Summer
- Been in love: Probably
- Been on stage: not really
- Believe in Magic: for surely
- Believe in Santa: if you don't, what do you believe in?

- Candy: sour patch kids?
- Color: Deep Red and #29364e
- Chocolate/Vanilla: Chocolate
- Chinese/Mexican: Chinese
- Cake or pie: Cake
- Continent to visit : Asia
- Cheese: Sharp Cheddar. There are others that are better, just can't remember what.

- Day or Night: Both
- Dance in the rain: Good Times

- Eyes: Green
- Ever failed a class?: no

- First thoughts waking up: the sun is way to bright.
- Food: Buffalo Wings and Sushi

- Greatest Fear: aside from drowning. Going to war.
- Goals: live life enjoyably. Marry one of my soulmates.
- Gum: bleh
- Get along with your parents: For Surez
- Good luck charm: ...I don't think I have one

- Hair Color: Brown/Blonde??
- Height: 6'2" plus
- Happy: Usually. Will be after portfolio one would hope.
- Holiday: Christmas, duh.
- How do you want to die: Sleeping while holding the one I love

- Ice Cream: Chocolate
- Instrument: Drums

- Jewelry: I don't really have any. But I like nose stud things.
- Job: HA

- Kids: most likely eventually
- Kickboxing or karate: Kickboxing yo
- Keep a journal: Thankfully not

- Longest Car Ride: Straight?? If so, I guess to Canada. If not, California.
- Love: awwww, you hurt my feelings
- Letter: I'll take a "Z" , Sajak
- Laughed so hard you cried: for sure, can't think of an example. I did see this guy cry at the word "Dead" though.

- Milk flavor: only in cereal
- Movies: too many. However. Lord of the Rings, No Country for Old Men, Love Actually, whatev's
- Motion sickness: heck no
- McDonalds or Burger King: Burger King all the way, my way.

- Number of Siblings: 11
- Number of Piercings: 0
- Number: 4

- One wish: To have a soulmate and fly throughout the universe with them

- Perfect Pizza: Pepperoni probably
- Pepsi/Coke: Coke

- Quote: "4 Chan is the landfill of the internet" - Remy

- Reason to cry: feeling lost or overwhelmed << What Chi said
- Reality TV: please... Rock of Love...
- Radio Station: What!! There is a radio??
- Roll your tongue in a circle: what does that even mean?
- Ring size: that is something only God knows

- Song: Perfect Situation by Weezer
- Shoe size: 10.5 W
- Salad Dressing: Italian I suppose
- Sushi: It's allll good
- Skipped school: yep yep
- Slept outside: heck yes. Best of times.
- Skinny dipped: of course, many many times
- Sing well: doubtfully
- Swear: attempt not to quite successfully
- Strawberries/Blueberries: do I have to choose??

- Time to go to bed: 2:00 AM almost always
- Thunderstorms: beautiful beast of nature that attempt to shred the fabric of time apart

- Unpredictable: people's stupid opinions that are factually wrong

- Vacation spot: Kahshe, duh

- Weakness: hahaha
- Which one of your friends acts the most like you: Finn??? My imaginary friend Bloo??
- Who makes you laugh the most: my genius jokes that only make sense to me
- Worst feeling: running out of music :(
- Wanted to be a model: it is within my thoughts constantly
- Where do we go when we die: that place with 100 virgins or whatever
- Worst Weather: Utah Winterz

- X-Rays: yes?? I think so.. sometime ago... far far away

- Year: It is currently 2009. But I like 1650 A.D. (is it A.C for After Common Era now??)

- Zodiac: Gemini??

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

The Crisis of Credit

Very cool videos

Part 1

Part 2

Perspective Street Art Plus

Monday, February 23, 2009

WWC Article

I'm doing some sort of PR stuff for my work crew this semester under WWC PR guy John Bowers, who helps to write and compile the alumni magazine, among other things.
Here is my first published article.

I figured out scrolling issue

Hey Hans, I figured out why you can't scroll the grooveshark playlist, I'm pretty sure. It's because of differences in web browsers. Web browsers are the programs you use to see the Internet. Popular examples include Internet Explorer and Mozilla Forefox. Different web browsers interpret HTML and other code and scripts in different ways. If you're living responsibly, being a good human being, and desire that your soul continue on to some sort of aftelife or reincarnation, you are actively using Firefox, or at the very least, are not using Internet Exlorer. This is besides the point, however.

I always use Firefox, and the grooveshark playlist works perfectly for me. I have no idea which browser you generally use, but I've started uaing Google Chrome the past couple of days (because it runs significantally faster on my comp) and it does not show the playlist properly; most notably, the scroll bar is outside of the frame to the right. It's hypothetically possible you're using Chrome. But it's more likely your using Internet Explorer, perhaps an outdated version, or maybe an outdated version of Firefox. My suggestion: try using a different web browser and/or upgrading your current browser, and see what happens.

P.S. Out of curiousity, has anyone started using Grooveshark outside of this blog?

BonusNess! Free Song!

The Meaning of Life

Jill's favorite beach house

Gurney's Inn (where we stayed)

a cool sanddigger in playground

state park

dinosaur prints

Long Island Vacation

So Jill & I took a 3 hour train ride out to the tip of L.I. this weekend. It was real nice. Kind of like all the other beaches. No seashells though like at S.C. but plenty of little to medium stones.

um hello, the best oscars ever

and this proves it
my heart stopped

Saturday, February 21, 2009

more music

can we add more songs to the playlist,
and if so, can we ask the little kids their fav. songs

Friday, February 20, 2009

Tim Minchin: Not Perfect

This man is a genius. All of his songs have incredible lyrics and just fun to listen to, and of course insightful. Warning though, they almost all have swearing + ect. This one doesn't though.

To Win Hans Over

Family Guy: Songs Named A Girl

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Electromagnetic Thread

Kat was doing laundry and discovered this thread, defying gravity and rising straight up from this sock. We discovered that as we approached it with our hand, it moved away. It continued to stand and move for about 5 minutes. It was quite fascinating. I am not sure why I called it a "device", something to do with the thrill of the moment, I suppose. So, what do you think of our dancing thread?

Vacation: Don't Forget Picture

who's who?

This is a 3 week age difference from when Clive was about 17 weeks and now, as Sefi is 14 weeks old. So, do they actually look alike to anyone else?

Monday, February 16, 2009

Top Songs Results

This is what we've got so far. Basically, there is this website Grooveshark, that allows you to listen to almost every song ever, for free, legally, and full length (unlike the awefullness of imeem). The reason its legal is because every fish in the food chain gets a cut, from the artist, to the publisher, to the person who uploaded the song on the site. Anyway, the site's amazing; I use it all the time because my terrible Internet connection can actually handle it. Also, unlike, say, Pandora Radio, you can make a list of any songs you want and permanently favorite them. I have an account. But for the purpose of this somewhat eclectic mix of songs, I made a new Haverkamp account. I also had to make a new Haverkamp email address.

For the Haverkamp playlist, I took a couple of liberties. They don't have the Dr. Horrible Commentary up yet (you can do that yourself Fletcher), so I added Perfect Story in its stead. I also added Dreams to represent The Cranberries. The site allows you to make a playlist that you can embed in a site. Which is exactly what I did.

Any of you can go onto the Grooveshark account to add more song. Then, you can update the widget information (which is what the sidebar playlist is).

But there's a catch. You have to guess the password to the Haverkamp Grooveshark account to do so. I'll give you two hints.
1. The login name for the Grooveshark account is "Haverkamp".
2. The login name for the Gmail account is "haverkampfamily".
3. Both accounts share the same password.

Shouldn't be too much trouble :)

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Kittens Inspired by Kittens!

david after dentist

this is freaking hysterical
tears coming out of my eyes

hannah, hilary, holland, jamie

isn't working

noah, i posted, or tried to post, but it wont' when i'm on my sign in,
but nice pic, and better, yet to see you!
fl, whta's wrong with my tales site,
if i sign in, it wont' comment,
and if i try to sign in on commnet, then it wont' take the comment and post it,

Saturday, February 14, 2009


i really like this shot

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Nedroid: Funny Face

Click to view whole image

Finn, need your help ASAP

which one?

We (I and two undergraduate students) spent the summer of 2008 equipping and preparing my lab for the studies described in this proposal.

We (two undergraduate students and I) spent the summer of 2008 equipping and preparing my lab for the studies described in this proposal.

We (myself and two undergraduate students) spent the summer of 2008 equipping and preparing my lab for the studies described in this proposal.

What Are Your Top 3 Favorite Songs

I want to collect everyone's favorite music.
Please everyone comment on this post with your top 3 favorite songs of all time.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009


Oh this is only too true!

> >
> >A tall upright machine useful for suddenly snatching flat metal bar
> >stock out of your hands so that it smacks you in the chest and flings
> >your beer across the room, denting the freshly-painted project which
> >you had carefully set in the corner where nothing could get to it.
> >-----
> >Cleans paint off bolts and then throws them somewhere under the
> >workbench with the speed of light. Also removes fingerprints and
> >hard-earned calluses from fingers in about the time it takes you to
> >say, 'Oh sh -- '

> >-----
> >Normally used for spinning pop rivets in their holes until you die of
> >old age.
> >-----
> >A portable cutting tool used to make studs too short.
> >-----
> >Used to round off bolt heads. Sometimes used in the creation of
> >blood-blisters.
> >-----
> >An electric sanding tool commonly used to convert minor touch-up jobs
> >into major refinishing jobs.
> >-----
> >One of a family of cutting tools built on the Ouija board principle.
> >It transforms human energy into a crooked, unpredictable motion, and
> >the more you attempt to influence its course, the more dismal your
> >future becomes.
> >-----
> >Generally used after pliers to completely round off bolt heads. If
> >nothing else is available, they can also be used to transfer intense
> >welding heat to the palm of your hand.
> >-----
> >Used almost entirely for lighting various flammable objects in your
> >shop on fire. Also handy for igniting the grease inside the wheel hub
> >out of which you want to remove a bearing race.
> >-----
> >A large stationary power tool commonly used to launch wood
> >projectiles for testing wall integrity.

> >-----
> >Used for lowering an automobile to the ground after you have
> >installed your new brake shoes, trapping the jack handle firmly under the bumper.
> >-----
> >A large stationary power saw primarily used by most shops to cut good
> >aluminum sheet into smaller pieces that more easily fit into the
> >trash can after you cut on the inside of the line instead of the outside edge.
> >-----
> >A tool for testing the maximum tensile strength of everything you
> >forgot to disconnect.
> >Normally used to stab the vacuum seals under lids or for opening
> >old-style paper-and-tin oil cans and splashing oil on your shirt; but
> >can also be used, as the name implies, to strip out Phillips screw
> >heads.
> >-----
> >A tool for opening paint cans. Sometimes used to convert common
> >slotted screws into non-removable screws and butchering your palms.
> >-----
> >A tool used to crumple the metal surrounding that clip or bracket you
> >needed to remove in order to replace a 50 cent part.
> >-----
> >A tool used to make hoses too short.
> >
> >-----
> >Originally employed as a weapon of war, the hammer nowadays is used
> >as a kind of divining rod to locate the most expensive parts adjacent
> >the object we are trying to hit.
> >-----
> >Used to open and slice through the contents of cardboard cartons
> >delivered to your front door; works particularly well on contents
> >such as seats, vinyl records, liquids in plastic bottles, collector
> >magazines, refund checks, and rubber or plastic parts. Especially
> >useful for slicing work clothes, but only while in use.
> >-----
> >Any handy tool that you grab and throw across the garage while
> >yelling 'DAMN-IT' at the top of your lungs. It is also, most often,
> >the next tool that you will need.
> >.

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Monday, February 9, 2009

The new greatest pic of all time

OK, this is a pic of Slayer ending a jam (which is done by moving the hands and arms in a slashing motion at the hips) as she was crashing onto her knees. You can't tell me this isn't awesome. Honestly, I am waiting for Roller Derby to make it to the x-games.

Coolest Robber Ever

Check out this news story.

A man returned home Saturday to find someone had broken in, but nothing was missing - except a $6 steak that was apparently cooked and eaten while he was away.

An intruder broke a window to enter 1516 NE Perry Ave. sometime between 11 a.m. and 9:45 p.m.

The resident, returning home that night, discovered the broken window. After searching the house for any missing items, he went into his kitchen and found a large mess.

There were dirty dishes in the sink, a dirty skillet on the stove, used paper towels all over the counter and the steak he had been defrosting was missing, according to police reports.

How crazy is that? The robber was either really really hungry, or has some interesting morale values, or both.

Sunday, February 8, 2009

Now how about some academic pics

The teacher in one of his elements. Notice the extreme concentration on my students face.

Notice the focus and determination.

Subject during exercise. See the esophageal balloon exiting her left nostril?

My exercise setup.

More Bout Shots

At the conclusion of the bout - we lost by 6 pts...very close match, and we actually had a wicked comeback from down 20 pts during the final 10 minutes or so. Slayer is the most prominent skater in this pic.

Another one of my favorite action shots. This shows Slayer literally banging her way through the pack. It was totally awesome!
I like the words on shorts on the girl from Ottawa's team. She was one of their strong jammers.

The Opening Bout for Green Mountain Derby Dames

An action shot. Slayer not in this pic.

One of my favorites...this shows Slayer and the Jammer from the Ottawa team just before the jam began.
An action shot.
This was during the introductions before the bout. Gives just a hint of the capacity crowd on hand.

A shot of Slayer and some of the crowd. See the cowbell? More cowbell!!! (if you are older than 35 yrs you probably won't understand the joke - sorry.)

Saturday, February 7, 2009

Chat with Michael over AIM

Here is a small chat I had with Michael over AIM. Yes, he was sitting directly behind me at the time. We find it is easier to type than to speak.

Archaic400: Does StarOcean 4 play like Tales?
The Mantic0r3:
The others didn't, dunno about 4
looks Amazing with a capital "a"
The Mantic0r3:
I saw that capital A
figured I'd point out the obvious
I love doing that
The Mantic0r3:
like there

experiment video

this is mostly to see if this video plays any better here than on the CNN website on my Macmini

Friday, February 6, 2009

kids only tell the truth

this is a story about one little boy, namely foust,
who does tell the truth and he said he did and he relaly meant it,
so, he's been alittle sicky, tonsilectomy and virus, cough,
you know the general, hit the poor little kid hard, no harder for a couple of
weeks of suffering,
he was here today, had his 1/2 melted down fluff sandwich and then
i found him, in the puppy room, already bedded down
and trying to sleep,
he had , had pain meds at 7 am, when frits brought him
and i was to judge if more was needed, later,
all of a sudden he woke up, 1;45, about 1 1/2 hrs after he went to sleep
and keith came and got me,
and said, foust is really crying and upset,
and in pain maybe,
so, i came in, he went and got the thermometer from frits's house
and i got his pain med out,
he looked terrible, white, crying, sick,
anway, no fever, he had to have his medicine a certain way,
and took it,
and by 2:15 was on his way back to life,
when firts got here, foust said, daddy come here, nama, come here,
i want to tell you why i was afraid, why i was crying,
so we both went,
and he pointed out the electric key board, kat has , resting on the dog crate,
and said, it talked to him,
so, frits looked at him and with out, a word, foust adementally, said, i'm telling the truth,
i relaly am,
frits said, ok, bud, well, i'm sorry and it's ok,
and i htought pyhoctic , break from fever and pain,
well, later, much later, when dad and i talked,
keith said, that by the way, that key board talks back when it hears noice,
i couldnt' believe it,
he does and was, and did tell the truth,
the whole truth and nothing but the truth,
can you all be so honest,
are you all that truthful????
a lesson or example to live by
and the other moral is,
listen to key boards when they speak to you!
lvoe, mom

Where the Hell is Matt?

Stride Gum made this video of this guy dancing in 42 different countries. Pretty fun to watch.

Make sure you watch it in HD or it will be pointless. You can click the "Watch in HD" link directly below the video next to the volume tab.

It may take some time to load, but it is worth it.

Christian the Lion

Christian the Lion


they are coming on any second - around 11:15am.

Radio interview

Hey dudes.

The first home Derby Bout of the season for Star Slayer and the rest of the Green Mountain Derby Dames is tomorrow night. They have several radio spots today, one of which is taking place beginning at 11:30am and I believe it is slated to continue for something like 2 hours into the early afternoon. I think it is a talkradio station in Burlington.

So, if you are hanging out and want to listen in, go to this link:

Several of the Roller-girls, including Kristin, will be there and kick it with the the DJ for a while (or at least I think that is the deal).

peace out all.

Thursday, February 5, 2009

My Art Show

Verizon Math

Hole Piano

I saw this in a gallery, real cool. He walked aroung the gallery while playing Beethoven's Ode to Joy from the 9th.

Best Day

I had like the best day last week because I watched Zoolander on the Ipod during the subway and bus rides! it was awesome! (it's kind of boring to write, and even more so, o'm sure, to read now, but it really was awesome!)

Dr. Horrible - Musical the Commentary

For the DVD of Dr. Horrible, the cast made a musical for the commentary. Pretty gosh darn freaking amazing incredible wowz.

The following is a playlist of the songs.

Commentary: The Musical

Glen Beck, You're my hero.

Lost Parody

This is just for the people who have seen Lost.

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Business Card/Website: Round 01

Some work in progress stuff of my business card and website.

Click the images to enlarge them and stuff

Business Cards


Last Name Search

This is pretty cool. Type in a last name and it will show you on a map how many people with that last name live in the state. Haverkamp and Moffett have interesting results. Wallace's are everywhere!!

Tuesday, February 3, 2009


Incredible Tweet Visual Timeline

Twitter is a thingy on the internet where people every 10 seconds feel obligated to update what is going on in their lives to the rest of the tweeters out there. The link is a visual timeline showing the frequency of words used during the superbowl.

Monday, February 2, 2009

Pure Genuis

Not sure how many of you have seen this yet, but it is pretty cool. Quite remarkable, actually.

World Record BASE Jump

Very cool short documentary about the World Record BASE Jump.

Link Here

Pirate Hostage Diary

This guy who was taken hostage on a ship by pirates for 50 some odd days, managed to hide a computer, camera and radio and use them the entire time. Interesting stuff.

Linked Here