Starting off with Hurley's flash forward/flashback was the best!
He saw Jacob and someone else in that cabin!
The Oceanic 6!
Locke and Jack split the group!
Then Hurley, in his flash forward/flashback, tells Jack he regrets going with Locke, and they have to go back! Just like 'future Jack' told 'future Kate' in last seasons finale!
Then the "rescue" helicopter drops off Jeremy Davies from Saving Private Ryan!
What the hell's going on?!
I don't know, but I can't wait for next weeks episode!
and played through bad ass level designed by Marcus shown here.
I forgot my camera so I had to borrow most of these pics from other sites.
So, yesterday was kind of a disappointment for Charger fans, but losing to a team like this years NE Pats proved much more difficult, especially if half our team is hobbling on one foot. But I think we gained a more mature QB we can rely on, and a team finally, finally ready to take that last step toward eliteness (is that a word?) And for all you doubters about LT not wanting to play and maybe he wants out, that's complete and utter bullsh!t. Calm the f**k the down.
I found this really cool company that I plan on buying my household products from for now on. They are called Seventh Generation and make products environmentally friendly, from carpet cleaners to toilet paper. I found some tissue boxes from them at Albertsons and bought a couple. Now, their tissues are free from all the superfluous crap like perfumes and "super softness", so if you think you need that, then just try not to use so much of it please. Also keep in mind that Kimberly-Clark, the parent company behind Kleenex, have been notorious for the foul practice of clearcutting ancient forests, and failing in pretty much all of its environmental regulatory practices.
My Xbox 360 hasn't arrived yet from the repair shop but all of a sudden I have two brand new games to play plus one that's coming out tomorrow. I recently won a copy of Naruto : Rise of a Ninja from a contest in Giant Robot, and I also snagged a copy of Lego Star Wars 2 : The Original Trilogy for cheap (I bought this mostly for my nephew who has had to play through the demo about 18,000 times, begging me to buy the game). And then Burnout Paradise is released tomorrow too! Dammit, this is torture!
Sam Kennedy of 1up has posted an article/blog about his thoughts on November's Gerstmann-Gate. It's a definite read.
Lastly, I leave this stream-of-consciousness blog post with a dark-comedy film short about a PE teacher named Rob Meadows.
EDIT: contains use of the F word. So it's NSFW.
1. Rob of the Rovers
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My longtime friend Marcus and his wife (and my new boss) Crissy came down from LA, to discuss my new position as assistant designer and photo editor of her photography business. We met up at his parents house and set up shop there to talk about old times, new times, and everything between. Mostly it was to just to hangout with good friends.
Oh, and the job thing is pretty cool too :)
Click this to visit her blog. She kicks ass.
Check this out, a real life robo-power suit. From where? Where else, Japan.
Here is the original post from Pink Tentacle:
As Japan’s dwindling ranks of farmers grow old, scientists are developing new ways to lighten their physical load and keep them productive. At the Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, a research team led by professor Shigeki Toyama has developed a wearable power-assist robot suit designed to boost the strength of farmers working in the field.
Relying on real-time data from an array of sensors that detect muscle movement, the suit enhances physical strength by controlling the movement of 8 different motors that provide support to the shoulders, knees, arms and legs. To the wearer, heavy objects seem as light as 10 kilograms (22 lbs).
In addition to providing extra muscle to lift and carry things, the power-assist robot suit helps farmers with manual tree-pruning work by enabling them to hold their arms up for long periods of time without getting tired, according to the researchers. The suit also doubles the wearer’s strength when performing grunt work like uprooting oversized daikon radishes from the earth.
At the unveiling on January 9, 25-year-old graduate student Ryosuku Tanaka demonstrated the suit by lifting and carrying 20-kilogram (44-lb) bags of rice. “I hardly feel the weight,” said Tanaka. “It’s as if I had powerful muscles.”
The developers hope to make the suit commercially available in 4 years, at a price of 500,000 to 1 million yen ($4,500 to $9,000) each.
And here's a video too:
Pretty soon we will see real life Power Rangers!
I know HMO's are part of the grand master plan of Satan, and that often home remedies can help in everyday ailments, but let this be a lesson that it doesn't hurt to see a doctor first.
Made any new year resolutions yet?
I resolved to draw a picture of something, anything, every single day.
Since I've been taking a bit of an hiatus on my broken art career, I decided the best thing to do to light that fire again is to dedicate a few hours every day to draw. Whatever I feel like drawing, if it's ugly or pretty, whether I like it or not, I will post it. But not here!
Pic #1 is up, so you there na!