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A trip through the solar system, an anthropomorphication of celestial bodies, an emotional journey through a year lost in the wilderness, and a pop-rock concept album, How I Became Invisible’s first full-length, Planetary, is certainly an ear-catching debut LP. Crowdfunded through Kickstarter and recorded in a local studio, Planetary is the brainchild of Nicholas Reed, taking what he’s learned as bass player/vocalist/co-songwriter of Philadelphia’s own Robots & Racecars and crafting catchy hooks & fun melodies all in the name of science.
Let’s be honest: the 5th film in a franchise is not the best introduction for most people. And while the Resident Evil series continuity is a weird mess, there’s still enough references and call-backs built in that a newcomer to the film would likely be lost. But we’re going to try to ignore all that, and come at the film as if it were the first in a series. So, here goes: this is a terrible film.
Doylestown, PA based alternative rock quintet Balance and Composure has released a new video for the song “Quake,” from their latest full-length album Separation. Directed by Dan Centrone, “Quake,” is a dark, moody video beautifully shot in the cornfields of Bucks County, PA where the band’s five members prepare for a burial with spliced shots of the them performing.
Today’s update brings you 2 pictures. First, the host area completely cleared out so it can fit new furniture. Also, the second shot is of the live band area which is temporarily holding all the broadcast equipment.
Hello all! It’s been a while since my last entry, and decided to come back with some stats. Now, I know what most of you are thinking…stats are not fun. While, I have said it time and time again…I’m no longer funny…this is all news related. So, let me get to the point of this. Last week on the show, Steel Tip and I got talking about those one-on-one video sites…you know them…they enable you to connect randomly to another person and have a video chat. While this seems like fun, any user of these sites knows what to expect…a whole lot of dick…but just how much? I decided to put the 3 big sites to the test…Stickam Shuffle, Omegle and Chat Roulette.
1. Establish your dominance with a slick looking machine, make it very expensive, and say it does everything!
My kid can’t go to college now, but it’ll be well worth it! What can go wrong?
PlayStation 3 released in America on November 17th, 2006. This system was so hot, that people literally shot each other just to get their hands on one. With five models available of the original model, and it doing EVERYTHING, everyone should have had the ability to purchase one of these bad boys right? Well, with a price tag as high as $799.99, I’m sure everyone jumped at the chance to pick up the PS3 (expecting blow jobs as well).
2. Take away the ability for it do everything!
The blow jobs were a lie too!
After paying $800 for a system, I’d expect dinner, a movie, and a night of wild fucking sex. After healing from a bad case of blue balls, you may notice that your version of the PS3 doesn’t play PS2 games, a feature that was removed as newer models came out with bigger hard drives and lower prices. They also removed the ‘OtherOS’ option, which outraged nerds everywhere… bringing lawsuits and shame to Sony. And by shame, I mean money. Lots of money.
3. QUICK! Re-design to make us not look assholes! And make more money!