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, I love the part with the Portland testing facility.
Why should we have to go to class if we came here to play FOOTBALL, we ain't come to play SCHOOL, classes are POINTLESS
Wow, that would be a serious change of events.
Although his hair was on Larry Fedora, Al Golden has some beautiful hair. If my hair can be half what his is, I'll be one happy man.
Bill O'Brien on the other hand...ehhhh.
You shut your whorish mouth.
I share Morgan Spurlock's feelings on it (even though he's a hack and he sucks). It's an amazing fake documentary. Most of it feels way too convenient to be real, but it's still entertaining and engaging enough for that factor to not detract from it.
edit: also, amazon streaming has it available. Their rentals are usually 4 to 6 bucks for HD, and if you have a PS3, there is an Amazon app in case you don't like watching things on your computer. Amazon, Netflix, and Hulu plus have basically made cable obsolete.
And I finished House of Cards season 1 last week. It's nothing ground-breaking, but man does it do it's thing to a T. I'm mad that I have to wait for season 2.
On a more positive note, I bought Wreck It Ralph last week, and that was more than worth the purchase. It's not as funny as other Pixar/Disney movies, and it's not as heartfelt, but it's very very enjoyable. Halfway through the movie I realized that I was smiling the whole time, and no matter what I tried, I couldn't stop.
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My friend organized one on the art museum steps in philly, its pretty good. He's the guy in the flyers jersey in front.
Harlem Shake at the Philadelphia Art Museum filmed on February 17th, 2013.
The one Atlas did a few weeks ago already has close to a million views. It was at 800,000 last time I checked.
Two completely random thoughts, but
1. Amazon cloud player is awesome. Gone are the days of iTunes slowing down my computer and I was tired of skipping songs on pandora.
2. I forgot I had a jug of Lemon Blennd stored away, so I made some. Why can't they sell that stuff nationally? Not a soda fan, so this stuff is really awesome as an alternative to drinking water all day. Also serves as a good mixer at night too.
WTF is Lemon Blendd?
I have Spotify, what's the difference between the two?
It's like a thicker version of lemonade. Its a Pittsburgh thing, I think.
Never use spotify, but I just like having my music in the cloud. Takes up way less space than the computer and I got sick of using a flash drive for my music, when iTunes kept losing the location of the files.
I really like both, I use spotify to check out new music and sample albums -- it lets me be noncommittal on a new album and reduces post-purchase regret. I haven't went premium, but I highly consider it (its nice for the gym).
However, if I purchase music, I use Amazon and like it for the cloud. I don't know the last-time I used itunes (its a pitty) I have probably 2k songs on there from college and grad school.
Thought it might be something like this (highly recommended for making drinks and even shots).
"Whoever’s trying to kill me isn’t getting the job done. But one day, I’m going to punch that f___r in the face."
Tmal, I had limoncello when I was in Italy, it's delicious. Mixes well with anything I've tried it with.
Been wanting to try something different, so I'll look for it at the liquor store this weekend.
So I was looking around for shows to watch since the current seasons are winding down, and I blew threw House of Cards too quickly, and I saw that The Shield is finally on Hulu Plus. I've been waiting so patiently for one of the streaming services to pick this up for years now.
I see now why FX is able to pump out so many great shows. They got off to an awesome start with The Shield.
Started House of Cards last night. First episode was very good. Also, Demolition Man is on AMC. Great thing to watch after reading the S Zone
Just trying to be social... Jerk.
Going back to the USA show talk from earlier, the new season of Psych finally started. I don't know how that show's formula hasn't gotten stale yet, but it hasn't. Season premier was great.
So, any fun spring break plans coming up?
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