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May You Stay Forever Young (JonBenet Ramsey, 17 Years Later)
12/31/13, 13:49

Honey Boo-Boo is a product of the same industry, in the same way that even canned meat-flavored food substance has some crap that don't even meet the factory's shoddy standards.
How Country Music Worked in 2013
12/31/13, 13:45

As someone who worked at a country station during the whole "young country" thing, it's going to be hard for the genre to pull itself out of this. It's already stuck in some fairly rigid trappings (just by the name alone, "country") and I can't remember the last time anything new was brought into the genre that stuck, except for perhaps the version of Cottoneyed Joe by Rednexx.

It was telling that when the soundtrack to O Brother Where Art Thou was selling hand over fist, no mainstream country stations were playing any of the songs from the movie.
1987 Tonka Super Naturals Commercial
12/31/13, 09:15

It wasn't privileged. It was a series of holograms.
Satan Can't Do This One Thing
12/30/13, 23:26

Yet Jones doesn't buy into gangstalking. I'd love to know why that (or any) flavor of crazy doesn't appeal to at least part of the withered pile of ash he calls a soul.
1987 Tonka Super Naturals Commercial
12/30/13, 23:24

I didn't know the "Visionaries" toy line was worth ripping off.
disney channel satanic ritual subliminal messaging illuminati symbolism
12/30/13, 17:30

I note that one can quote Disney films in a non-ironic way, unlike anime.

I think Caminante is just upset that his dream girls are more into Disney princesses than Vampire-Panty-Mecha-GO-Project-Cats or whatever he's into at the moment.
GIGANTIC MYSTERIOUS OBJECT IN SEATTLE TUNNEL,.. COULD BE SEALED OFF BUBONIC PLAGUE OR HUGE UFO
12/30/13, 17:26

Looking at his upload history, any kind of demon is par for the course. He seems to use "demon" and "alien" interchangeably. He's also made some amazingly humorous "predictions" that he does mental gymnastics to prove were right.

He refers to Google's barge in San Francisco as a device to create "digital sorceries" or to create a "holographic alien" or something. He's got quite the screw loose.
'Vampire Academy' - Official Trailer
12/30/13, 14:37

You're leaving out the important cross-breeding, BHWW. The books will be about half-vampire half-werewolf half-demon half-angel half-witch half-fairy half-ghost half-elf half-god bounty hunters who fight crime with the help of their pansexual wereleopard orgy partners.
'Vampire Academy' - Official Trailer
12/30/13, 12:45

It was already headed that way. Romance novels are basically about where sci-fi/horror/fantasy was in the 90's, but with less violence and plot.

I figured it was inevitable. There's only so many books that even the bodice-ripper market can take that are yet another costume drama, Hallmark movie (with sex), or contrived love triangle set in the real world. God help us if they glom onto cyberpunk or stuff like the Illuminatus books.
Revolution X- Final Boss
12/30/13, 12:41

Those running things at the time were (younger) pasty white dudes who remembered a time when rock music was seen as rebellious and dangerous. If anything, this should've been a game about NWA.
'Vampire Academy' - Official Trailer
12/30/13, 10:43

Much like how you can tell something is going to appeal to a certain demographic that thinks Twilight was deeply moving and that actual horror stories are "icky," you just have to look for a few signs:

Teenage female protagonist? Check.
The word "half" appearing in her description? Check.
She's got a pretentious "whatevarr" attitude? Check.
Neutered monster archetype? Check.
A stand-in for high school as a setting? Check.

Of course, I could be giving them too much credit for following a formula. They could've just taken a book series that shamelessly decided to mash together Buffy the Vampire Slayer with Harry Potter for all I know.
disney channel satanic ritual subliminal messaging illuminati symbolism
12/30/13, 08:41

What's really disheartening is that the Disney channel used to be kind of good when I was a kid. Of course, back then, it was how you could see Disney movies and old cartoons, not kiddified sitcom schlock with music numbers.
Bioshock Infinite - 'God Only Knows'
12/29/13, 21:16

Counter-counter-counterpoint: Bioshock Infinite's plot was at odds with its gameplay. Bioshock had a reason for dudes trying to kill you to the last drop of their lives because they were mutated horrors driven mad by Rapture's fall into chaos. Infinite's goons come at you with murder in their eyes because of... racism? Uh...

Booker regrets his sordid past... while murdering more people? What?

Infinite is less boring because... it's all entirely scripted?

This doesn't even begin to address the ultra-limited inventory which is really stupid given that you could upgrade a weapon then have to drop it because you need something else, and those upgrades are now wasted unless you find that same weapon lying around later on, not to mention no hacking, no resource management, etc.

It's pretty much the complete dumbing-down of a game series that started out as an Ultima-inspired RPG with shooter elements into a pretty looking linear shootfest.
The Tulpa Generator
12/29/13, 18:02

The first place I heard of the idea of a "tulpa" was as a theory as to how the Slenderman could exist. The idea that Slendy would dupe Bronies into summoning more of its kind via the internet pleases me somehow.
GOD HATES GAMEDAY
12/29/13, 10:44

Religion and football can't seem to support themselves (and make their head honchos rich) without the public dole, so I say they fight it out for our amusement and the winner gets to avoid having to pay back all the money they've fleeced.

FYI: Did you know the NFL is a tax-exempt "charitable" organization? Yep, it's a 501c6, as are most pro leagues, under the fig leaf that they're promoting the love of their respective sports.
Bioshock Infinite - 'God Only Knows'
12/29/13, 10:34

It's a very pretty game.

It lacked, however, a lot of the complexity and variation of the Bioshock game, which is saying something, since Bioshock stripped out almost all of the complexity of System Shock.

Still, it's quite pretty. "Gay," if you will.
Rawlemon Spherical Solar Energy Generator
12/27/13, 11:43

Not by assuming I think the film above is valid, for which I have no evidence, but "spherical lenses" are real. As far as I know their use for this purpose is the same as to the "real" bits that go into a cold fusion experiment.
Rawlemon Spherical Solar Energy Generator
12/27/13, 10:16

They already exist and are in use for other applications:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luneburg_lens
Merry Christmas from Edward Snowden
12/27/13, 08:55

"Millions." You're a Tom Clancy wet dream, there.

What do we know about the NSA's "efforts?" Well, their meddling in the tech sector has led to less secure encryption on just about any hardware platform you'd care to name, untold billions spent on a system that's been gathering nearly limitless amounts of data yet couldn't even give Boston a heads up about its own bombing, NSA employees violating the rights of individuals for their own reasons as well as on orders from above, and no apparent budgetary or legal oversight that ever sees the light of day.

If you assume they're doing a bang-up job secretly defending the world from terrorism, you should at least be alarmed that such sensitive superheroic data apparently is in the hands of those you wouldn't trust to remember to lock their own front door, let alone keep an eye on who's looking at what. I mean, there are for-profit companies that take security far more seriously and they can't stop hackers from stealing our CC and SSN info just about every damn day. At minimum, the NSA has just became another avenue for our identity information to be used and abused.

As for not revealing how they're apparently saving us from harm, that's bullshit of the highest caliber. For one, technology changes so rapidly that one technique used on plot X is likely not to work in the future. You'd think by now that at least ONE awesomesauce bad guy plot would've been foiled such that the NSA could say something as vague as "we stopped this bombing in whatever city. Here's the bomb, here's the guy we caught setting it" or what have you. Just one would be incredible news. Even if it ruined a single method of gathering intel, it'd solve SO many of the NSA's problems. Gee whiz, there doesn't seem to be one of those, but a crapload of contractors seem to be getting rich building shit in Utah for them, among other places, so I guess that's at least domestic spending.
Merry Christmas from Edward Snowden
12/27/13, 08:45

I find the so-called offers of help to unfriendly governments are about as suspect as Mandela going to Soviet/communist countries when the U.S. wouldn't help bring down apartheid (and that's where the comparison to Mandela ends, just so you don't think I'm equivocating them): There weren't any other avenues left. The only countries that wouldn't immediately extradite him to the U.S. for a kangaroo court trial and lifetime imprisonment for revealing what's already being legally ruled as unconstitutional are ones we don't get along with.

I don't for a minute think that Snowden believes Putin is his buddy. He just didn't have anywhere else to go. If Snowden's usefulness comes to an end, he'll likely wind up somewhere unpleasant in Russia, if not used as a bargaining chip with the West.

The only way he can safely return is to hope what he's leaked leads to change in the U.S. so he could return if he wanted to.

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