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Zombies... Ninjas... Booze... Goddamn it's a beautiful world.
So, last year I was absolutely stunned at just how many really good, quality games were coming out, that I was excited for.

I figured maybe I'd get a season off... but no. Just in the next couple months, there are some I'm really looking forward to.

In no particular order:

  • Dead Space
  • Fallout 3
  • Tomb Raider: Underworld
  • Little Big Planet
  • Final Fantasy XIII
  • Resistance 2
  • Bionic Commando: Rearmed
  • Wet
  • Prince of Persia
  • Mirrors Edge
  • Call of Duty: World at War
  • Spiderman: Web Of Shadows
  • Spore
  • Rock Band 2
  • Silent Hill: Homecoming
  • Legendary
  • Too Human
  • The Last Remnant
  • Left 4 Dead
  • Viva Pinata 2
  • Infinite Undiscovery
  • Deadly Creatures
  • De Blob

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Also, blame Jessica. All I can say is... this would be one fucked-up movie. Which, I guess, would be appropriate.

If your life was a movie, what would the soundtrack be?

So, here's how it works:
1. Open your library (iTunes, Winamp, Media Player, iPod, etc)
2. Put it on shuffle
3. Press play
4. For every question, type the song that's playing
5. When you go to a new question, press the next button
6. Don't lie

Opening Credits: That Handsome Devil - Standing Room In Heaven

Waking Up: Regina Spektor - Us (Live at NYC 1-21-2005)

First Day of School: The Pixies - Mr. Grieves

Falling in Love: Masafumi Takada - Splash (No More Heroes Soundtrack)

Getting it on: Masafumi Takada - LETS FIGHT A BOSS (No More Heroes Soundtrack)

Fight Song: Tom Waits - In Shades

Breaking Up: Foreign Born - Don't Take Back Your Time

Prom: Spoon - Take A Walk

Life: The Living End - Carry Me Home

Mental Breakdown: Morphine - Moist

Driving: Tom Waits - Bride of Rain Dog (Instrumental)

Flashback: Valient Thorr - Fall of Pangea

Wedding: Spoon - Take The Fifth

Birth of Child: Poe - Hello

Final Battle : Aphex Twin - Come To Daddy

Death Scene: Travis Morrison - Angry Angel

Funeral Song: Aesop Rock - Dark Heart News

Closing Credits: Muse - Butterflies and Hurricanes
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Today, I not only found a rubber band that was in the shape of a Mobius Strip, but also on the same excursion came across a milkshake or something, that had spilled on the sidewalk, and then got tracked or dripped, or.. SOMETHING, into the shape of a perfect golden spiral.

I also found someone's graffiti that read "23 angels" and nothing else.

What an odd day.
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Bwahahaha... I love it.
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I can't wait till my inability to think will be due to drugs and alcohol, instead of mind-numbing work and asshole middle-easterners sending me pissy emails.

Not long now.


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What a fuckin' disappointing week.

Work sucks. A lot. My current task is to review all the content on our site, to make sure we meet these stupid fucking archaic rules about what is and isn't ok, so that we can start up our subscription service. It's fucking tedious, and it will probably take a few weeks. 8 hours straight of pretty much clicking a single button or two.

Then there's the fucking drama with my copy of Adobe CS3 I bought. Yeah. Turns out it's fake. So now I gotta go through all THAT drama. The guy who sold it to me is a fucking bitch about it all too. So I've had the wonderful joy of dealing with some motherfucker swearing at me and harassing me via email all week. Awesome.

I had some stuff I was really looking forward to, that kind of made it all more tolerable... but not so much anymore.

Oh well, at least there will be alcohol this weekend.
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EDIT: oh well... video gone now.

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This is one of the better openings I've read in a comic book. Dr. Sleepless #7... sums up the situation pretty nicely, I think.

I've got some numbers for you.
There are seven billion people on earth.
Three hundred people born every minute. Thirty of those will have been born to a teenager.
Sixteen of that three hundred will die before the age of five.
And one of those mothers will die in childbirth. That's forty thousand dead mothers a month.
A thousand people die every ten minutes.
So far this year, the death rate is just barely ahead of the number of cars manufactured.
Sixty thousand books are published a month, but almost a billion people went to the movies.
We've generated nearly two billion tons of carbon dioxide emissions this month, but life on earth has only produced eight million tons of shit.
Much of which people probably went to see at the movies.
Seven hundred thousand hectares of forest were lost in that month. And twelve hundred people died of pesticide poisoning.
Is that the future you were expecting?
In one month, twenty thousand people get killed by cars, seventy thousand people die of malaria, four hundred thousand people die of cancer and two million people die of HIV-related consequence.
In the last five minutes, two hundred people died of hunger.
In the last five minutes, Americans spend two hundred and seventy thousand dollars on dieting products.
In the last month, three hundred billion liters of water were drunk-- but four hundred thousand people died from waterborne disease.
In fact, right now, here in the future, almost one and a half billion people still don't have access to clean water.
The sun's coming up soon.
Those of you who can hear me will be going to bed soon. And when you do, I want you to think about this before you sleep:
What can you do to bring around the real future?
Because you know that this isn't a future worth getting out of bed for.
What can you do to burn down this fake life we're trapped in?
We now return you to this hideous soul-crushing life they built around you while you were sleeping.
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El Contesto! is on hold for tonight, due to super-awesome water-heater emergency (long story short, there was a lot of flooding, there were firemen here, and now we need a new one)

I'll have to do a double-day this weekend to make up.
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With this one, I was trying a bit of underwater stuff, including a few new custom brushes made for the task. I'm not totally happy with how it turned out though... I don't think I really got the underwater feel. I think I'll start moving away from landscapes for the time being soon.


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