She actually made some nice headway on this one :)
She's no TtFaF, but its still 7 minutes of Dragonforce. If stuff looks crazy (star power, multipliers), its from the Quest mode. This is All Powerful (all maxed powers).
Still freaking shaking :)
Let us return together to the past. Again. While there is still time. For the first time. Amen.
Huh? I don't know. Anyway,
You Have To Burn The Rope
Don't forget the little song at the end :)
"I have done that which your leaders have been unwilling or unable to do."
Superman took it upon himself to rid the Earth of nuclear weapons. Then he snorted a bunch of red Kryptonite an hit on his old girlfriend, but that's not the important part. This is:
An alien saved mankind from itself.
Pretty awesome, huh? Psyched? Go read this:
This thing is great. Its a large, high powered dustbuster with a pop on head and telescoping neck to be a upright vacuum. This is the only way I've been able to keep the dining intact during Tropical Storm Baby Girl. Its a high powered dustbuster and a low powered bare floor vac.
Cord is a little short. Maybe 6ft. 3 prong plug makes using a small extension cord tough. No beater bar, so it can't do much for high pile carpet.
Got this at Big Lots for $18. Walmart has 'em for $20. I'd say its worth $25.
Managing Editor Krutzler of Growing Up Otaku would like to take a moment to remind you that none of the original content here at Growing Up Otaku is available under such licensing conditions. If you reprint my material I will find you. I will sue you. I will take your house and dog and I will track mud all over your carpet. The legal staff of Growing Up Otaku live only to see my enemies broken and hear the lamenting of their women. Post it on Facebook? Gimme. Use that email button down there? Dolla Dolla Bill, Ya'll. Print it out? You owe me. Mention the URL to someone? Royalties time. You bookmark this site? What's the name of the bookmark? Nickel please. Once I have the technology to track it, you'll pay two cents everytime you type the address into your address bar. Five cents for a bookmark is a better deal. Here, try this:
Say "growing up otaku" out loud.
Go ahead. Its okay. See, no capital letters. Say "growing up otaku".
Okay, and add the bookmark, referal, both written and oral use of... Hmm... Ya know, why don't I just cut you some slack. Let's make all this mess go away for $12,000. Whadya say?
So far Baby Girl is much more of a "kiss the duck" than a "slay the dragon" type of person. Still pretty sure I can adapt some form of tabletop wargame ruleset to "pick the flowers"
We've highlighted how Amazon Student offers a free year of Amazon Prime—the mega-retailer's free two-day shipping program—to anyone with an EDU address. If it's been a while since you've been a student but you've got a young one running around, reader spcomputing points out the Amazon Mom program:
You can get a free 3-month Amazon Prime membership if you are the primary caregiver of your children. For every $25 you spend on baby stuff per order, you extend your membership 1 month, up to a maximum of 1 year free. Plus up to 30% off on select diapers.
If you're bristling a little at the bad name, Amazon emphasizes that:
Despite the name, Amazon Mom is open to anyone who is responsible for caring for a baby or young child—"Amazon Primary Caregiver" just didn't have the same ring to it.
I WISH CIV5'S AI FELT THE SAME WAY!!!!
Seriously! I mean I wasn't expecting Civ4's AI (Soren Johnson is probably the best AI programmer today), but COME ON! Seems like it should do something. I'm even playing on a harder difficulty than I usually do. Sadness :(
In other love related news, Mom is sponsoring a new video card. Actually that happened earlier this week, but I haven't had a line on a sweet deal. There's also a price war going on I'm waiting to stabilize.
Really didn't want to work on the blog today. Think I've forgotten how to relax
BG is home tomorrow. The keeps with her perfect record of not ever attending day care for a full week. Fine by me :)
Again, I really appreciate the help with Dropbox. Since I'm most folks tech support guy, this service will be invaluable to all of us. Google Docs is nice, but the 1GB file limit has its problems. Besides, now everyone has a 2.2GB backup drive in the sky and that is always a good thing.
Also gonna pimp On Site Movie Nite again. Hopefully someone will get a chuckle. It wasn't exactly hard, but none of this stuff is "just click that" easy either. You wouldn't believe a pain it is to change that baby pic ;)
I feel a bit better about this is A)It has stopped when it was supposed to and B) Anonymous wasn't involved. I'm not a fan. Any group formed by a shared hatred is not really... dunno. I'm frequently shocked at how much anti-Scientology talk I've heard out of otherwise open minded people (like anyone reading). Its like any other religion. Just let 'em do their thing. They aren't hurting anyone who doesn't want to be hurt.
Also, basing you image on a movie as bad a V for Vendetta? Bleh. Yeah, it was visually striking but...bleh.
Finally, read at least the last third of the article. I think our "contact" is a writer for Torrentfreak and is testing using the news to co-ordinate attacks.
Also, this is why the 'net's been running so bad the past few days. In case you were wondering
D&D. Who doesn't have fuzzy memories of it. Mom bought me the original D&D Red Box in a clearance bin of a department store that no longer exists. Can't remember the name. Mom got her first CD player there too. It was whatever was before Luria's. Anyway, the joy this box brought was huge. It wasn't long before my sister and I would be chopping up owlbears and setting slime on fire with our babysitter. I would go on to play D&D for nearly 10 years from there. I guess that's nothing. Elizabeth has been playing D&D with her family since (at least) Katherine was born. Such a great hobby. The socal, math, logic, and reading skills needed to play are wonderfully integrated into the system. And the dice! How I still love polyhedral dice! Ah the nostalgia! I can't believe they brought the box back with the exact same artwork. Make me feel fuzzy just looking at it :)
Here's a blurb from Geekdad:
The new Dungeons & Dragons Starter Set is the most unique and engaging way to introduce someone to a roleplaying game I think I’ve ever seen.OK. Let’s back up for a second. The new Starter Set was designed to mimic the appearance — and to an extent, the purpose — of the 1983 D&D set. The ‘83 set was designed to contain all of the Basic D&D rules in one location, and unless you wanted to buy another adventure, you were good to go.
But that was a more innocent time. These days there are decades of rules. Countless races, more monsters than would even fit in three books, entire worlds, and dozens of adventures ranging from slim booklets to hardbound campaigns. The Player’s Handbook could easily be the size of a phone book, with players howling over all the important rules that didn’t make the cut.So, one might ask, what could Wizards of the Coast possibly put in the new Red Box that could meaningfully prepare someone for playing D&D? The idea that Wizards of the Coast could cram a relevant portion of the rules into a boxed set is absurd.
Instead of serving as a rulebook, the D&D Starter Set has a different purpose — to lure n00bs into becoming D&D fans. The set consists of two booklets, one for players and one for Dungeon Masters, as well as dice, character sheets, power cards, a battle map and character tokens.The player’s book downright fascinates me. You remember the classic Choose Your Own Adventure books? Well, that’s what the player’s book is. Give the book to a n00b and he or she can self-direct through a simple adventure and learn the basic terms and rules.
The DM’s book presents like a more traditional basic rulebook. It begins where the player’s book leaves off — OK, you basically like what you’re seeing, now what? The DM’s book guides the reader through game terminology, gives gamemastering tips, and includes adventures, monster listings and other classic staples. The group can make a small number of archetypal characters, and battle a small number of archetypal monsters.Best of all, a group of neophytes can get a handle on the game without a huge investment in time. Nor of money — the suggested retail is a non-allowance-busting $19.99 ($13.59 on Amazon!) so it really isn’t a major gamble for kids to buy.
Like any product, it’s not for everyone. Experienced players will find little of value in the set. However, if you or someone you know wants to dip their toe onto the vast and turbulent D&D swimming pool, this is the set you’ll want.
Build-A-Bear: a place where parents pay out of the nose to allow their children the pleasure of stuffing and dressing their own stuffed animal. At least now, overzealous parents can force their love of Star Wars onto their offspring at a younger age with the addition of Star Wars-themed outfits and a limited edition bear. Right now there’s Darth Vader, Jedi Knight and Clone Trooper outfits, but soon C-3P0, Princess Leia and even Han Solo outfits will be available for $15 each
Just mount the heatsink & plop the radiator down and done. Watercooling. Better late than never. Water cooling is not really worth it these days considering how good air cooling has gotten.
This morning I found this in my news reader:
Thank you for your prompt attention Jacko!
Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have scored David Fincher's new film "The Social Network". You can download a FREE five-track EP of music from the film RIGHT HERE. Various configurations of the complete soundtrack are also available for pre-order at the above link.
Thanks to a special arrangement with Amazon, US customers can purchase the entire 19 track download for only $2.99. This is a special offer only good for two days - 9/28 and 9/29. We will send a reminder when this goes into effect.
The film opens October 1st - be sure to check it out.
The Swedish Pirate Party has failed to replicate last year's massive victory in the European elections. The Party, which promised it would host Wikileaks and The Pirate Bay inside the Swedish Parliament if it was voted in, lost the majority of last year's support and won't reach the threshold that would allow it to enter Parliament.
pirate party2009 was a breakthrough year for the Swedish Pirate Party movement. With more than 7 percent of the vote, the Swedish Pirate Party secured two seats in the European Parliament.
Dey'z be needin' 4% o da vote. Dey gots %1. Dis 'ere golden age be nearin' an end. Davey Jones be gettin' company soon.
People were pissed. Not just people but People. Anti-Scientology group Anonymous teamed with the notorious meme spewing community of 4chan and supporters of The Pirate Bay. Aiplex disappeared from the web even before the attack was supposed to start by supporters with itchy trigger fingers. Ready yet lacking a target the Perfect Storm of geeks turned their Death Star at the source of all this mess: MPAA.ORG
THIS IS INTERNET!
Your organization only exists so long and THE PEOPLE allow it. Well, except for the telecom industry. They kinda own the whole thing ;)
Seriously though, TPB, 4chan, and Anonymous working together? This much power, properly directed, could shut down countries. No exaggeration.
*Update: Watch me investigate. Quality Blogging! Deserving of video cards! Anyway, MPAA is back online after 18hrs and has moved to a new IP. It seems that the RIAA was also attacked. Here is a post from a member of Anon I found in the comments:
- It was started 55 minutes ahead of schedule. Our main target was MPAA but later but later Anons became self aware and attacked the RIAA website too. At that point we couldn’t do anything, so we had to carry on with both sites. The massive plot was per-planned all over the world with our bot nets and anons. We are anonymous, we don’t forget, we don’t forgive. We are legion. *update 2* magin's messed up under new editor and I can't seem to fix. Anyway, not over. Round 2 begins 3PM EST aimed at the RIAA.
Tonight the film premiered offline at the Bio Rio theater in Stockholm, Sweden. However, the filmmakers didn’t want to limit the release to an offline venue. With that in mind they are quite possibly the first to have also arranged a premiere on the largest BitTorrent site on the Internet – The Pirate Bay.
A dual premiere is quite unusual, and The Pirate Bay fully support the idea as they are actively promoting the release of Die Beauty on their homepage. Obviously, the filmmakers don’t mind being in the spotlight at all.
“For me a release on The Pirate Bay was an obvious thing to do because I believe that it, without competition, is the best way to promote a film today,” director Skina Bergman told TorrentFreak commenting on her unusual move.
And Facebook fan pages aren’t even search engine optimized.
Mind you, The Scene is very old a secret. Some of these groups (at least some version of Razor) were already started before I connected my first 1200baud modem to a phone line.
I really like the title of the blog. Its a private inside joke that runs through the blog and helps prod my brain when I don't really feel like keeping in contact. It also gives me an excuse to cram my own interests down everyone's throat ;)
Did you ever wonder who was really growing up? I like that. Its why I love the name.
...and now we have bills to pay! Pay up cheapskates! Next stop Selling Out Otaku!
Whenever you’re really into what you’re doing, it seems like that’s the moment you forget about that hot cup of coffee that’s conveniently placed just a little too close to an elbow. Of course this always happens around sensitive material like important paperwork and electronics. If you were to pick up Spink it’ll keep your drinks from spilling when you happen to knock into them.
This is probably the most simple yet brilliant device. You already use cup holders in your car, so you might as well have one for your desk as well. This allows for your glass or coffee cup to just slip inside. Then underneath is a strong lever-powered suction that won’t let the holder be tipped over. With Spink you can not only choose between red, black or white, but you can also customize it by slipping in a photograph. You can purchase one of these for $19.95 online or find a store that sells Dreamfarm products.
I just can't stand to see the 'net like it truely is. Its not safe to surf the web without it! You can't even use the web efficiently on older systems. Why can't someone get that plug in ported. Okay, maybe not to Google Chrome ;)
Hmm? Sorry, got busy playing with Win7's desktop stuff.
Yep. Movie going that well.
Here we have another desaturated grey movie that ripped off its look from a video game. This time its Stalker (or S.T.A.L.K.E.R. to be correct. Stupid name. Its not even an abbreviation in the game). Its also got that oddball soft filter on it they use on those 7-80's horror film remakes. There are only a few bad CG shots at least. In fact you can almost never see more than 50ft in front of the cast due to fog or windows covered in grey smudges. Its one of those films that spends a lot of money on looking low budget.
So why can't I sit through this? I hate this kind of movie. Its an Oscar grab. Its the Machine's version of art. This was a popular book so let just throw in an underrated cast, show a lot of crying and hugging, add sepia filter, shake until bored. Oh and add narration of the lead actor reading from the book while hopped up on cough syrup. Seriously, if you can't get Morgan Freeman, you should not have a narrator. This is especially true when your lead actor narrates in a different accent than he uses in the movie.
You still here? Good. Here's the real problem w/The Road: It leads nowhere. I am now 1hr in. There is no goal, plot, and barely even a setting. It is just a series of overly emotional vinigets designed to play with your emotions for 10 minutes before resetting and moving on. Nothing changed, nothing learned, nothing gained, and no harm done. Its like watching a whole season of a TV show in one go. Ya know, this would have been epic if it was released as a series of 12 minute episodes. But as it is now, I didn't want to sit through more than 3 episodes, let alone 10.
I guess if you want to see a chick-flick post apoc movie, go for it. Just don't try to watch it all at once.
The look. Yeah, they ripped off the entire visual style of Fallout 3. Blatantly. The terrain, the lighting, the film filters. You name it. Very striking
The Silence. Book of Eli is the quietest Mad Max movie ever. Everything is still and dead. There is no dialog for the first 20mins of the movie. You feel that its all gone
Gary Oldman as a bad guy. He's always sooo good. He disappears into some of the most despicable monsters in cinema and just when you unreservedly hate this guy, there's a little wink to the audience. He always slips in in. A tick or line of dialog that says "Hey, calm down. We're just having fun kids". And such a variety of bad guys! He's not just Gary Oldman. The guy can actually ACT.
Denzel Washington's performance at the end of the second act is wonderful. I'm not gonna say too much, but... yeah. Not your usual Hollywood breakdown. So much more suited to his character.
Good story and dialog. Great hand-2-hand fights, fair gunplay. Good gore.
Sound design! The lead sound engineer... guy person... should to torn apart by syphilitic monkeys (on crack). Yeah, the silence was great, but not in a bar scene! I get what they were going for, but when I have to check the video to see if I accidentally downloaded an unfinished work print you screwed up. Because the movie is so quiet, the producers felt the need to make anything remotely action oriented TOO LOUD. In the 3rd act, the sound guy tries to copy Blade Runner. Sigh...
Video compositing on wide shots is amateurish. Even under a grey filter. BluRay won't do this any favors.
The Look. They stole everything from Fallout 3. Including the desire to desaturate the entire movie. Maybe even more so than Fallout. This movie has one color: Grey. You get a break in the 3rd act where we change from grey to sepia filters. Yay.
Mila Kunis can act, just not consistently. I also hate hearing her voice. She is hoplessly outclassed by the rest of that cast and pulls me out of the movie. Obviously included to catch the attentions of young males.
The ending's ending. There are a couple of quick scenes in the epilog that ruin that movie. Well, not really, but they made me scream "Wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong". I'm not gonna rant here. If your interested, drop me a comment. I'll try to keep spoiler's light. Okay, I'll rant a little (skip to avoid possbile (not really) spoilers. Its supposed to be a
I liked The Book of Eli and wanted to love it. It is takes its time and really allows you to sink into the world they've created (Stolen!). The plot is good and offers a fun and thoughtful ride through the wasteland.
The Book of Eli: Now playing on Opera Unite at Video Sharing\Movies-R
am thinking we will have gorditas tonight - I need one of the ground beef packages thawed.
*ed* Er, um. Not that part. No Tacos for you!
Chloe was excited as usual for school - she had a big breakfast too. She still has sniffles and a cough - but mucus is still clear and no fever.
Her teacher says that all of the boys in the class have moved onto the 2 year old class. So Chloe's class is all girls right now. The teacher says this is good too. The older boys were more active and it was harder to do alot of hands on activities with them. So the teachers are going to take this opportunity to have more complex activities with Chloe's class so that the girls can get to do more crafts and hands on activities.
Sunday, July 1, 2007
Listening to: Buckethead&Friends: Enter the Chicken
Playing: Resident Evil 4 Wii; Google apps
Even then we can see the precedent that would be set for years of Quality Blogging that would put $0 in my pocket towards a new video card.
and here's a juicy quote:
The interview took place at Longhua, the entrance to which looks like a border crossing, with seven toll-booth-like lanes and uniformed guards. Although drab and utilitarian, the campus is a fully functioning city, with fast-food joints, ATMs, Olympic-size swimming pools, huge LED screens that flash public-service announcements and cartoons, and a bookstore that sells, among other things, the Chinese-language translation of the Harvard Business Review. Prominent on display are biographies of Gou, one of which collects his many aphorisms, including “work itself is a type of joy,” “a harsh environment is a good thing,” “hungry people have especially clear minds,” and “an army of one thousand is easy to get, one general is tough to find.”
BTW, my PC is still stable after the lowering the video clock. Not even any boot problems. Maybe heatsink loose or crap thermal paste on VRAM. WAY too much work the verify if thats the problem. Of course I might just have cooked it a little too much over the years too.
Er, I mean... System totally unstable and driving me to the brink! Someone better get me a shiny new video card soon!!!!!
Brandon just called. KotOR crashing while loading the first level after character creation. Gonna have to check into that. No good deed goes unpunished ;)
I'm no stranger to a journal. I am very new to having people read it however. As I've covered before, most of the time I jot stuff down here I still don't feel like I'm talking to anyone. I've always preferred a low profile. I don't want a large social circle or even Internet Fame. Being a hermit was a nice lifetime goal ;) I'm not even much of a picture or memories guy. I'm still not quite sure how this went from "help" to "hi" to the monolithic tower of text you see before you now.
I don't really know where I'm going with this... Maybe I should just go back to Twitter to learn some restraint. That 140 character limit does wonders for streamlining thoughts.
"My problem with netbooks is that they promised far more than they delivered. When you opened a netbook your initial thoughts were “Oh, I can get lots done on this.” Then you tried to run anything. In the end, users were frustrated, reviewers were angry, and the netbook became a doorstop. Our implicit expectations of tablets, however, forgo these problems. In fact, a tablet is supposed to look disappointing and then, when it doesn’t, we become enamored. The Dell Streak and the iPad fall into this category – they’re not supposed to be good, but they are."
It took MONTHS to turn my netbook into the Internet appliance it is today. I went through no less (and probably a few more) than 4 operating systems. Mom asked what kind of netbook she should buy for her vacation down here. My response was "None." I love my netbook but wouldn't wish it on anyone.
"Patience of a school teacher and the skill of a surgeon." It was the first Thank You letter (by mail!) I had received. We've come a long way from there. I can't believe that this kind of life is rewarding for some.
I guess others would say that about my old life too. Hmm. Perspective.
Not perspective. More different strokes. Just rambling now. Gonna -
Computer-smart daughter has PS2 w/Swap Magic. Want to surprise her---she loves VP!! What kind of files should I end up with on the discs? I'm not puter smart, but I know how to Magic ISO, Power ISO, & Nero (mostly.) Sorry for stupid question, but thank you. --Mom
And I am glad.
I loved this guy's work and believe that his artistic contributions would be great for a future filled with gray colored shooters and sterile match-3s, but its no secret that Takahashi really didn't like making games much. This is a guy who should be out making toddler toys. He has already completed work on a "next gen" children's playground and recently been contracted to help restore an amusement park in the UK.
*Edit to add quote*
In an August interview with the Official PlayStation Magazine, the game designer said, "At E3 I saw people putting on speeches but I thought the future seemed a bit dark. The 3D games didn't spark my interest. I think motion control's a bit old now."
The Pirate Bay is still sailing :)
Torentfreak has the details as they are being discovered. I'll link 'em here in case anyone wants the nitty-gritty:
Day 1 was last Thursday. Chloe was here until about 10:30AM. I spent the rest of the day on the verge on tears from the time she left 'till she came home. I was pretty useless. Day 2 was okay. Just felt numb and didn't do much of anything but wander around the house. Elizabeth was home early.
Then came a 3 day weekend. Business as usual then. Today I spent 4 #@&%ing hours cleaning the bathroom. Then 2 loads of dishes, some laundry, and still need to get the grill cleaned. And a shower. I hope.
Tomorrow is Jewish New Year (you spell it!), so only 1/2 day there.
Maybe either Thurs or Fri will be a good slack day then back to a weekend schedule.
I've got HIGH hopes for next week tho ;)
*edit* Nope. She never made it back to bed. Food for thought before you complain about anything today.
Anguish! Worry! Trouble!
You make up your mind to go to the bathroom. You stand in front of the john. You let loose! Man, that feeling of release! All that pent up feeling being released! But then you realize... You're not in front of the toilet! You're still under the covers! That warm feeling spreads between your thighs, but it won't stop! You can't stop!
That's what it is all about. That is the true nature of Grandpop! Understand?!
Grandpop! Grandpop! Grandpop!
Had a very good experience grilling tonight. Dogs, buns, and shrimp skewers done in less than 40 mins. Zero swearing! A new record on both fronts. Even beat the rain.
No one offered to buy my trees this year. Usually I have at least 2 offers on the trees out front every summer. Knew they weren't looking good :(
Chloe is still leaking snot, but not feeling bad at all. In fact, she was very, VERY active today.
A WHITE House correspondent tweeted today that he was having a heart attack - and continued to post updates even as medics attended to him.
Tommy Christopher, who writes for mediate.com, posted the first message on Twitter overnight.
"I gotta be me. Livetweeting my heart attack. Beat that!" he wrote.
He followed with: "Paramedics think I will live. Gonna get a cardiac cat. Jeez, I'm old. This is depressing," referencing a viral video where a cat gives a cardiac massage to another cat that has been hit by a car.
Christopher continued to tweet about his condition for the next hour.
"This is not like the movies. Most deadpan heart attack evar," he wrote. "Still hurts even after the morphine."
Finally the reporter, whose condition was unknown, tweeted: "Ok, taking a break now."
After Chloe had breakfast today, I told her we were going to get her dressed for school - she smiled a big smile and walked eagerly to her room and actually cooperated while I got her dressed. Then I put her down on the floor - she quickly walked over to her lunchbox and blanket which I had set on the couch and picked up her blanket and grabbed my hand and started pulling me to the door. I barely had time to grab her cup and lunchbox! She was so excited I couldn't believe it.
When we got to the school she waved at her teacher Miss Jessica while I signed her in. She seemed very comfortable in the classroom and immediately spotted a wooden jigsaw puzzle of shapes which she began to work on. I put her lunch and cup in the refrigerator. She did not seem the least bit concerned that I might be leaving soon. Miss Jessica said that Chloe was very calm yesterday and played well with the class. Chloe asks "What's that?" about everything and is curious and interested in everything. She gets to have her blanket whenever she wants it.
‘Wookiee The Chew – The House at Chew Corner’ Is Star Wars & Winnie The Pooh Mashed Up In A Children’s Book
I’m in awe. There’s something wonderfully simple but yet appropriate about this concept from author James Hance. Star Wars should be as important as Winnie The Pooh in a child’s development and it’s probably best to introduce them to the lore as early as possible.
I’m ridiculously proud to announce the release of my first actual, proper, real book! It’s a tribute to the combined genius of George Lucas, A.A.Milne and E.H.Sheppard.
‘Wookiee The Chew’, in the style of the original Pooh books tells the adorkable tale of the little biped that belonged to Chrisolo Robin (and Chrisolo Robin belonged to him). 24 pages of affectionately crafted adventure, brand new illustrations and sneaky Star Wars references.
Order one. It’s only $5 with $5 for shipping and this man clearly deserves our support. I’m sure you and your kids will love it. Best of all, it seems this is just the first one and there will be more on the way later. [via Boing-Boing]
and I also liked this graphic:
But you should have already seen that since you read, bookmarked, and plan to read again that page.
Was thinking about how much Mom always yelled at Diane for day care. Made me fell a bit better. That was before BG headed out with wrong shoes and too little juice.
*edit* I hope this whole day care thing doesn't totally fuck that up...
Got to play BFH w/Lou on the same team today. More fun against each other without VoIP
“I think it’s important to lay down a marker about how the Obama administration views this issue,” he said of online copyright infringement. “As Vice President Biden has said on more than one occasion, ‘Piracy is flat, unadulterated theft,’ and it should be dealt with accordingly.”
Obviously with Biden as VP, this was just a matter of time. Maybe even without Biden. The Democratic party would collapse under the weight of its 2 faces without Hollywood to prop it up. Who else can make you believe that these politicians aren't really politicians. Between Hollywood and their death grip on education's professionals, its shocking the other parties even still win elections! Maybe its good that old people are the only ones who vote. They seem to know better.
Normally I'd just blame all of you but, honestly, not voting for the black guy would have been so very wrong.
I'm not usually a teabag kinda player, but there is just something in BFH that makes it irresistible. Maybe its the bright, bouncy nature of the game. Its just... more fun.
*ed note* Teabagging came from the Halo players. This is the ultimate insult. Once someone is down, the killer will stand on their corpse and alternate between crouching and standing. This give the illusion of rubbing your crotch in their face.