Taking up all the good oxygen.
It's like they've delved into my head, bought out my deepest, darkest fears and then made a concert out of it.
If anyone has a biological warhead they don't want, I beg you to part with it! They're all together in one space! It's too good a chance to miss.
And look where it's held: the very pit of all evil. France
I was given an Ipod this weekend. It's only a little 2gig nano, but I guess I should put stuff on it.
God, I'm going to regret this.
Hit me up with stuff and I'll listen to it. Keep my large negativity towards music these days in mind, or else!
So far I've only thrown on a few Feeder albums I had lying around near the computer. Boo, don't tell Veems that this post is here, otherwise I'll be forced to break your legs.
Beyond Good & Evil (Xbox) January 1st, 2006
This is how I started off the new year -- by finding a dusty intro lurking in the back of my hard-drive and finishing it off while still slightly hung-over. This forever stayed the way of things to come.
Alien Soldier (Genesis) January 20th, 2006
Gears of War
.... has stolen my life.
On the rare occasion of my soberness, I feel I might be harsh on Genj through my dislike of Volta, so I'm giving him his shot at revenge. Here are the last eight or so music video I watched on Youtube:
/watch?v=gW8mEMqiNhc">Ash - Burb Baby Burn
Vandels - My Girlfriends Dead
/watch?v=Pvsw7xuZdps">Nirvana - You Know You're Right
/watch?v=7fWZw-Vdz70">Feeder - Insomnia
Alien Ant Farm - Attitude
/watch?v=6Yw3QRayRCw">Hundred Reasons - If I Could
In memory of the cool Praise/BASH tournmey we held years back, here is the last PRAISE and BASH e-mail I have reciewved from my fanbase.
I have discovered a fun new game.
What you do is go the the featured reviews list, pick a random Janus review and then guess to see if he's deleted the bloody thing or not.
75% of the time, the answer is yes. He has.
The joke review that prompted a Bacon hissy fit. Enjoy!
Sometimes you want something to happen so badly that your expectations soar. You throw away guarded optimism and instead expect perfection. New Super Mario Brothers is that kind of title; one that flat-out promises a perfect slice of retroactive insanity based on an updated old-skool foundation. In this, it fails.
Well, no, that's not exactly fair. If you mindlessly play the game with your brain turned off, you can enjoy the experience. But dare to take a peek beneath the brightly coloured veneer, and you'll find a game engine that ran out of steam long ago.