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October 27, 2009


As we all know, the pseudo-holiday known as Halloween is this Saturday so this is a popular time for anything horror-based. Over the last few months I've played some horror themed Flash games that I want to share with everyone:


This one turned out to be a little challenging for me, I had to use a walkthrough for one small part. The ending is quite interesting too. Try to get an "S" rank, it's easy once you've played through it once or twice.

Also try:

Dead Frontier: Outbreak

This one doesn't require you to react quickly, solve puzzles, or manage inventory, only to think as you would during a real zombie outbreak. Try to get "A" or "A+" scores for both categories, I haven't yet. I've gotten a "B" for Tactics and an "A+" for Compassion, but I've also gotten an "A" for Tactics and a "B" for Compassion. See if you can do better than me, and let me know how to do it, if you feel.

Have a happy Halloween everyone. Remember, it's not a real holiday, like Valentine's Day.

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October 22, 2009

Crazee Minister Guy

This guy sounds crazee, but he might actually be on to something (although not likely):

H1N1 Vaccine a Scam

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October 19, 2009

Well, Duh

I've been wanting to make a post about this for some time, I just found an article that helped me find the motivation to do so. Anyway, there has been a story that has been on just about every newscast over the last week or so, and this story is none other than 'Balloon Boy.' I'm not going to go into full length about the incident, but I have several opinions about the whole story.
First of all, the father claims that he's some kind of amateur scientist. If he really is, he's got the be the dumbest motherfucking scientist I've ever heard of. There's no way a balloon the size he made would ever carry a six year old child when it's filled with helium. That balloon would have the hardest time just carrying my shoes and wallet. It had a difficult time just staying in the air under its own weight. Secondly, the kid in question even said on live TV: "You guys said we did this for the show." At this point the father tried to look all confused and said "No, it wasn't." Also, the family has made claims that the balloon "took off on its own," but there is video showing the family together releasing the balloon (minus Falcon, of course).
All these point to a hoax, which I was convinced the second I heard the story. I found an article which provides more to the story:

'Balloon Boy' a hoax

I hope criminal charges are pressed, I hope the parents do jail time, and I hope CPS takes the kids away (even though CPS is the most incompetent organization on the face of the planet, even more so than Geek Squad). But I'm not bitter. Ninja McFear out.

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October 16, 2009

Brett Domino and The Stylophone Beatbox

I... cannot stop watching this. (From Engadget)


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Epic breakdance fail

I feel like I have seen this on the site before, but just in case, this is funny in the worst ways possible.

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October 15, 2009

Terrifying Sniper Prank

Ahh, those Japanese. It's likely you've all seen this video already. If you haven't, then it's absolutely HILARIOUS. Apparently this comes from the Japanese equivalent of "Fear Factor (or whatever the hell it's called)" and this episode features what I assume is a businessman conducting a meeting with clients when "snipers" begin firing into the room. The guy freaks out, and hilarity ensues. Enjoy:

Also, those aren't snipers, they're actually ninjas. Also, those aren't bullets, they're ninja stars. Also, all the ninjas are me. Also, I like the music.

Here's another video that causes me to laugh heartily:

Working on the next Hot or Not (sorta).

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October 14, 2009


My name is Will Elkins and I APPROVE of this product!


Please to enjoy.

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October 9, 2009

WoW Freakout, Part 3

Allright, this is in no way to undermine Will but when I saw this I HAD to post it. This is the next chapter in the saga of WoW Freakout Kid (as I refer to him now). Apparently he was given chores and had difficulties accomplishing the task of vacuuming and subsequently freaked the hell out (surprise). Although as I watch the video I am beginning to think this kid has serious problems. Anyway, the last thirty seconds are EPIC:

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October 8, 2009

Funny Article

A very short article from collegehumor.com. Submitted on Geoff's birthday, no less.

The Problem With Red Lightsabers

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October 4, 2009

I'm Hella Sick

I'm not actually, but I did find a video where I supposedly am. Watch and revel in all the glory that is my ant-ness (plus a little Ninja thrown in):

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October 2, 2009

Halloween is coming soon.

A Nightmare on Elm Street in HD

Ok, I don't know about you guys, but I have always been a big horror movie enthusiast. In particular, Friday the 13th, Halloween, Hellraiser, and Nightmare on Elm Street. These were staples of my childhood and I can be oddly protective of them. However, I got the chance to see Rob Zombie's remake of Halloween last year, and i must confess, I did enjoy his new unique take on the franchise starter. As such, I have added the Friday the 13th remake to my Netflix queue and am looking forward to the nightmare remake. I also hear that Hellraiser is getting a resurrection as well. What do you guys think? Is ours the lost generation of pointless remakes because there are no new (or good) ideas left? Or is it a refreshing breath of new life into stories and scares we have come to know and/or love?

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