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October 1st, 2007

0 comments | original content::music | Monday, Oct 1st 2007, 04:37:24 PM

September 17th, 2007

This week it's...
Mexico by Jump, Little Children (also known as just Jump).

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0 comments | original content::music | Monday, Sep 17th 2007, 12:05:29 PM

August 1st, 2007

You know what the sad thing about racism is? Some of it is built up by the people trying to fight racism. For example, take Resident Evil 5. Resident Evil has always been about zombies, not race. Usually it's killing zombies in the US, but in RE4, it was zombies in Europe. Now it's zombies in Africa or Haiti. That means black zombies. Personally I didn't give it another thought. Until people started crying "Racism!"


0 comments | original content::rant | Wednesday, Aug 1st 2007, 01:29:55 PM

July 9th, 2007

This week it's...
Fit But You Know It by the Streets.

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0 comments | original content::music | Monday, Jul 9th 2007, 12:54:36 PM

June 18th, 2007

This week it's...
I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire by the Ink Spots. The Ink Spots were a band in the 1930s-1960s, but the song was recently used in the teaser trailer to the game Fallout 3.

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0 comments | original content::music | Monday, Jun 18th 2007, 01:22:26 PM

June 11th, 2007

This week it's...
Garip Çoban (Lonesome Shepherd) by Moğollar [Garip Coban by Mogollar just to make it searchable w/o the non traditional characters]. It's a Turkish song from the 1970s but recently used by Sony in their "This is Living" PS3 campaign.

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0 comments | original content::music | Monday, Jun 11th 2007, 12:38:32 PM

May 14th, 2007

This week it's...
Dirtbag by Brad Sucks.

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0 comments | original content::music | Monday, May 14th 2007, 02:25:21 PM

May 7th, 2007

This week it's...
I Believe in a Thing Called Love... but by Lemar! Yes, I Believe in a Thing Called Love is by The Darkness but Lemar (a British R&B singer) has redone it and mixed in some other R&B songs.

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0 comments | original content::music | Monday, May 7th 2007, 01:25:36 PM

May 1st, 2007

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Yes, I'm just lacking the PS3. But in my defense...

The 360 was $299 after rebate (instead of $399).
The PSP was $140 after rebate (instead of $199 which it started out as).
2 comments | original content::gaming | Tuesday, May 1st 2007, 04:38:49 PM

This week it's...
Grindhouse - Main Theme. This is the main theme from the movie Grindhouse. It was a great movie, but not a movie for everyone to see.

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0 comments | original content::music | Tuesday, May 1st 2007, 12:33:57 PM

April 23rd, 2007

Well, here's a new feature! Song of the week (or whenever I feel like putting a new one up). I'm gonna put a download limit on it (so I don't eat up absurd amounts of bandwidth) and it'll only be available for a week (or whenever I swap it out) so hopefully I won't get busted for "piracy" or something. If you get a denied remark, try again the next day. I'm gonna try to put up songs that are less well known.

This week it's...
Damien Rice's Cannonball
0 comments | original content::music | Monday, Apr 23rd 2007, 01:22:07 PM

April 9th, 2007

I fucking HATE the double standard when it comes to racism. It really disgusts me. If racism is ok, then it's ok. If it's not, it's not. If you say racism is bad but racial humor is bad, sure. But what I can't fucking stand is this whole "if it's a black person or Jewish person we're targeting, we're super sensitive, otherwise who gives a shit?" Blacks and Jews have very powerful lobbies. Hispanics are considerably weaker and at the bottom of the lobby power totem are Asians.


3 comments | original content::rant | Monday, Apr 9th 2007, 04:18:10 PM

June 16th, 2006

Pulse (Kairo) posted by bichen
So they're doing a remake of the Japanese horror movie, Kairo. It's being called "Pulse" and there are trailers available for it. Looking at the preview though I'm pretty sure they're going to wreck the movie.

To be honest, Kairo was a movie that I wasn't sure I liked when I finished watching the movie. The more I thought about it though, the more I liked it. It's not really that scary and pretty disjointed, but I liked that at the heart of the movie there was a message (about human nature and loneliness). I think that was the one of the most interesting parts of the movie myself.

Watching the American trailer, I just can't help but think "Man, this movie looks cheesy." In some ways it looks like it can be scary (in fact it probably will be scarier than the Japanese version for a lot of people), but it really looks like it lost it's "heart". I dunno, it seems to be a typical horror movie with ghosts rather than a kind of study of human interactions.

It's really a shame I think. As for the original... I would suggest watching it if you like thinking but you also have to be able to accept that it's not going to fully make sense. I was reading this review of the original, Kairo, and wow, she summed up a lot of my thought exactly. (Except I didn't find it that scary).

Just so you know, none of Kiyoshi Kurosawa's movies make complete sense... I've seen 3 of his movies so far and I have to say I do enjoy his movies because there's some interesting themes that he covers. But I can easily see some people really disliking his movies due to his vagueness and somewhat slow pacing. But anyways, if you're planning on watching the Japanese version, don't go in expecting it to be a horror movie. It's not really all that scary; though it does have its moments.
1 comments | original content::movies | Friday, Jun 16th 2006, 12:34:44 PM

May 19th, 2006

I've never heard this myself but I'm told this is a commonly accepted rule. I just heard it now actually!
Question: I'm in the early stages of courting a girl. How long should our phone conversations be?

Answer: Never allow a telephone conversation with a woman to go on longer than you are able to have sex with her. Keep a stopwatch by the phone if you have to.
0 comments | original content::informative | Friday, May 19th 2006, 06:26:56 PM

May 15th, 2006

It's the moment you've been waiting for (or not, but humor me ok?). E3 2006 pictures! So there were less booth babes this year for sure, but no matter, there are some for your viewing pleasure.

Some samples:

For recaps: Day 1, Day 2
2 comments | original content::gaming | Monday, May 15th 2006, 02:06:11 AM


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