Vexor, The Reader

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9/21/2015

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10/5/2015 9:03 PM

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8

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Hey, I'm Vexor. I've always been interested in interactive fiction, and read a lot of choose-your-own-adventure style books. I didn't have much luck making my own on Word, so I thought I might give this website a try.

I am now helping Will11 by writing reviews for the Weekly Review. If you want your work reviewed, you can ask Will11 or me and I'll forward it to him.

Inspirational Quotes: (Courtesy of BrainyQuote.com)

Always be yourself, express yourself, have faith in yourself, do not go out and look for a successful personality and duplicate it. - Bruce Lee

If you're trying to achieve, there will be roadblocks. I've had them; everybody has had them. But obstacles don't have to stop you. If you run into a wall, don't turn around and give up. Figure out how to climb it, go through it, or work around it. - Michael Jordan

Failure will never overtake me if my determination to succeed is strong enough. - Og Mandino

Recent Posts

The Weekly Review - Edition 7 on 10/5/2015 8:30:34 PM

Great job finding all the jokes and quizzes and everything. I'm happy to help in any way I can.


Anonymous Hacker Group on 10/2/2015 6:40:03 PM

I recently found out about the group online. They're hacktivists that operate for the purpose of empowering and protecting the future of humanity. I think it's a strange coincidence that yesterday I saw a guy walking in town who was wearing an anonymous mask. Today I saw him waving a sign that said "Anonymous wants you to research our group and find out about us" and on the flip side "For peace, for protection" or something like that. As I passed him, I told him I thought anonymous was awesome.

Also, this old, deaf lady who was waiting to cross the street with me, half whispered in my ear that he must have been a "witch" or something. I told her that is was a hacktivist group, but I'm pretty sure she didn't hear me. Some people are just so superstitious.


Weekly Review? on 9/24/2015 7:32:02 PM

Thanks! You can email me.

So, do I mail you back my review, and then you post it in the paper?


Weekly Review? on 9/24/2015 7:25:36 PM

Could I be a reviewer?


The Deep/Dark Web on 9/24/2015 7:05:51 PM

Well, it's not just them surfing the web. It's more like internet horror stories, that are actually pretty interesting (unless you don't want your faith in humanity to be uprooted, torn to shreds, and then thrown into a sewer)


The Deep/Dark Web on 9/24/2015 7:04:06 PM

Interesting. Yes, I was a little confused about the difference between the deep web and the dark web. Thanks for clearing that up.


The Deep/Dark Web on 9/22/2015 4:48:13 PM

Oh. Well, I'm new here, so I didn't know.


The Deep/Dark Web on 9/22/2015 4:39:14 PM

In case you've never heard of the deep/dark web, it's a secret internet not accessible by normal search engines. It requires a modified computer or laptop to be accessed. It is estimated that the deep is about 500 times larger than the normal web. The public web is only the tip of the iceberg. If you could think of one thing that could happen, anything, I assure you, it has happened on the deep web.

The deep web offers complete anonymity, so therefor, you can say and do anything you like. It shows the true nature of the human mind: There are black markets, illegal pornography, drug and human trafficking, websites where you can hire assassins and hackers, and websites for murderers, cannibalists, human experimentation, and satanic rituals, to name but a few.

Not only this, but there are rumors that the government knows everything that goes on in the deep web, but simply chooses to ignore it. When they do take down a website, it usually appears again about two months later. Politicians use it, and there are conspiracy theories that the government doesn't destroy the dark web to keep the balance of the universe in check. (I think this is nonsense.) 

The deep web is mainly a confusing mass of links, most of them leading to dead websites and outdated things. But if you do go on the deep web, one of the main things you shouldn't do is just go clicking on random links. This can be extremely dangerous. There are lots of YouTube videos about people's deep web experiences, and many are horrifying. Nearly every video warns NEVER to just click on random links.