This is kind of a long story about how this happened, but you don't have to listen. Long story short, my friend was showing me how to get an adobe key check blocker (for pirating), and I had NO IDEA what he was showing me what to do. In retrospect, I should not even had him touch my computer, but I digress. Anyways, I do the thing where he opens the pseudo host text file thing with terminal. I "fix" the host files, then save it. Right before he tells me he sent me the wrong text. Right after I saved, terminal stopped responding to what I told it to do. In short, I messed up the host text file and terminal doesn't do anything. I open a window and it doesn't type anything. It's just blank. No matter what I type or how many times I press enter, it just won't do anything. Now, I know exactly how to fix it. I just... can't. I know exactly what the host file is supposed to look like, I just can't get to it. I've tried looking for it through finder, but to no avail. The only way it seems possible is by terminal. Which doesn't work. Oh, the irony. If anyone knows either where the host file is, or how to fix terminal (or my computer in general), help would be REALLY appreciated. I'm scared to restart my computer to see if it'll fix it, for I think I did something similar to messing with "system 32" on Windows machines. Yes, I know, I'm stupid, but please help.