Saved By The Smell

Dustin Diamond, better known to most as Samuel “Screech” Powers, has opened a new chapter in the book of celebrities desperate for publicity; although the subject matter is anything but original.

Our beloved Screech, following in the successful footsteps of Paris Hilton, is now the star of Saved By The Smell, his very own sex tape. The video runs approximately 40 minutes and features the Saved By The Bell star with 2 women in a kinky threesome. Initial reporting states that the film is pretty grotesque and Powers even goes so far as to perform the uber-taboo “dirty sanchez.” Gross.

To our fortune but Powers’ dismay, this film will more than likely never gain the popularity of One Night In Paris, and will probably be received by the few viewers it attracts as nothing more than lunacy. He doesn’t harbor the same kind of sex appeal that Miss Hilton does, or rather, he doesn’t have any sex appeal at all.

What is does illustrate well, however, is the length that former TV stars will go to attract new attention to themselves; ex-Survivor Jenna Lewis tried the sex tape stunt as well. Paris Hilton’s sex tape may be somewhat forgiven because it was leaked against her will (so we were told), but individuals like Lewis and Powers, who intentionally release these tapes, cast a horrible shadow on the entertainment industry; in which celebrities have traditionally gained their fame through their work. It seems now that rather than work hard to achieve a goal through their God-given abilities, some would rather give up their decency and self-respect.

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How to Customize Your Sidekick 3 Background

Here is a quick and dirty tutorial about how to customize your Sidekick 3 background in 10 easy steps, which is ever so necessary as the default ones from T-Mobile are atrocious.

Step 1 ) Plug the USB cable that came with your Sidekick 3 into your computer and into your Sidekick.

Step 2 ) Navigate to the drive where your Sidekick was mounted. (In most cases your computer will auto-detect and you may choose to browse the files in the folder, however you may need to double-click My Computer and then access the letter drive the Sidekick was assigned to)

Step 3 ) Once on the Sidekick drive on your computer, make a new folder called Themes

Step 4 ) Now make another new folder inside of the newly created Themes folder, calling it whatever you want the name of your custom theme to be.

Step 5 ) Select the main picture you want to use for your theme, this image should be a PNG or JPG file and must have dimensions of 240×138.

Step 6 ) Select the picture that you want to use for your sub-categories. (For example when you click Instant Messaging or Organizer on your Sidekick 3) Again, this image should be a PNG or JPG file and must have dimensions of 240×138.

Step 7 ) Open any text editor program, Notepad will do just nicely, and copy and paste the following into a blank file:

ThemeName #
string Name(en_US) ThemeName
bitmap ring-background FileNumberOne.png
bitmap ring-folder-background FileNumberTwo.png

  • Substitute the name of the folder you created in Step 4 with ThemeName
  • Change FileNumberOne to the name of the image you selected in Step 5
  • Change FileNumberTwo to the name of the image you selected in Step 6
  • Save this file as Theme.txt

Step 8 ) Copy all of the files (2 images and Theme.txt) into the folder created in Step 4

Step 9 ) Make sure all of the files transferred to the folder and unplug your Sidekick 3 from the USB cable

Step 10 ) Go to backgrounds on your Sidekick 3 and select your newly created one and enjoy!

Example of my Sidekick 3 background:

custom-sidekick-3-background

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Hello, Blog.

So after a few months of significant pondering over what type of web site journey I wanted to embark upon I have decided on a blog. The other serious contender was an article directory which I decided against due to a lack of what I was looking for in terms of features. I stumbled across wordpress and am enjoying it thus far. It took me a good week or so to decide on the unsleepable theme from Openswitch. A lot of nifty features built-in and very easy to customize/edit which I have been doing a lot of. I look forward to keeping this blog and hope that maybe a few people along the way enjoy reading it. :)

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