Friday, March 9


I'm a touch sick today. I think it is just the fact that it has been brutally cold and all moisture has been sucked out of my body. I don't know where it goes when it is this cold. But clearly my body it trying to lube myself up with mucus.

To sooth my soul PapaSix link me to The Comics Curmudgeon. Basicaly just some simple daily commentary about newspaper comic strips. Fun stuff.


This was just announced by Sony for the PS3. It's hard to understand how neat this game is from watching this little clip... especially if you haven't been playing platformers for 20 odd years. But watch the video... and then realize that this isn't just the game. The game is actually a complete level editor. In fact you could re-edit that level on fly. All four of you.

This is just fun.

Wednesday, March 7

Second Life and Age Play

As I've stated before, it was only a matter of time. The Lindens have laid down the law of age play in Second Life: No more.

This is clearly a premptive move before the media and/or legal forces start moving in. It will be interesting to watch how users respond.

Western? Check. Zombies? Check. Puppets? Check, check and check.

It Came From The West
(warning: extreme puppet violence)

Tuesday, March 6

Push Button, Receive Bacon

I wish I live in this world... (via SupersizedMeals)

Serbian vampire hunters drive 3ft stake through Milosevic's heart... just in case.

From The Register:
...the politically-motivated Van Helsings, led by Miroslav Milosevic (no relation), gave themselves up to cops after attacking the deceased despot in his grave in the eastern town of Pozarevac. Milosevic popped his clogs back in 2006, while on trial in a UN war crimes tribunal for various unsavoury activities connected with the disintegration of the former Yugoslavia.

Miroslav Milosevic said "he and his fellow vampire hunters acted to stop the former dictator returning from the dead to haunt the country". His team explained that the wooden stake had been "driven into the ground and through the late president's heart".

Points for being proactive.

More of Awkward Boy


"Clowns can look rather intimidating if you see a lot of them in one place."

Look, I am not a religious man. I respect religion and I certainly try not to mock religions for no reason.

But I have to say I am loving GodTube.

Christian Clown Training pt. 1

"I'm a Christ Follower" "And I'm a Christian."

Baby Got Book

Monday, March 5

NWA for the kids.

(via Neatorama)

Back on the movie stick.

I like movies. A lot. I like small movies. I like big ol' bloated movies.
I need to see Zodiac and Black Snake Moan. I am looking forwad to 300 this coming weekend (IMAX, definitely). I will not be seeing Wild Hogs so don't ask.

Anyway, since I always seem to forget the movies I plan to see, I need to be more diligent. So here is a partial list of what I plan to see this coming year:
  • 300
  • The Host
  • American Cannibal: The Road To Reality
  • TMNT
  • Grindhouse
  • Penelope
  • The Reaping
  • Hot Fuzz
  • Spider-Man 3
  • 28 Weeks Later
  • Paprika
  • Pirates of the Caribbean: AT World's End
  • Knocked Up
  • Ocean's 13
  • Evan Almighty
  • Live Free or Die Hard
  • Martian Child
  • Ratatouille
  • Sicko
  • Transformers
  • 1408
  • Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
  • The Simpsons Movie
  • The Bourne Ultimatum
  • Black Sheep
  • Stardust
  • Sunshine
  • Across the Universe
  • 30 Days of Night
  • Beowulf
Okay. That is the rough list. Not including movies I haven't heard about. And, yes, most of these will probably blow.

Most Awkward Boy in the World

Chris Gethard and Zach Woods (and a cornucopia of UCB folks in cameos) have made a series of videos. Enjoy.