Random Thoughts For A Yellow Vadar Friday November 23, 2007

One of my top ten must dos, before dying is see the spectacle that is an National Football League tailgate.

First – A 14 minute video of the best Sega Intro Screens.
(via veer)

One of the coolest things I did as a kid was to wake up late at night, sneak into my living room and play some random genesis game in the wee hours of the morning. Depending on the game the intro screen either gave me small goosebumps or like the Jurassic Park intro (1:49) scared the living sh!t out of me.

Second – An amazing interview of Nova Scotia hip-hop Artist/Former Yankees Prospect Buck 65, by Nathan of Music-critic Folklore. Fantastic insight into the struggles of the Canadian Musician. Well done buddy.

Third – A Facebook group about throwing stuff at local prostitutes in Winnipeg gets users of the group in trouble. How did you not see that one coming, I joined HoboWars knowing that would get a bad reaction from some people – and that’s a fictional dorky RPG.

Common sense people … simple common sense.

Fourth – If you where wondering why none of your ex-boyfriends were on it, but allllllll of your ex-girlfriends are on it, then look no further. It turns out that Facebook is mostly girls.

Fifth – Love him or hate him, but Mark Cuban is a very smart and hilarious man. There’s one thing that he’s proved time and time again, for as much as a blow hard that he may come off as, he never ever backs down.

Sixth – Via Kottke.org – the Top 60 Japanese Buzzwords of 2007.

Funnily enough JAM is now where to be seen on this list?

Billy’s Bootcamp, the 7-day DVD exercise program developed by Tae Bo guru Billy Blanks, took Japan by storm in 2007, selling over a million copies. After completing the program, you are supposed to cry “Victory!”

Seventh – Via the newly redesigned Dooce Lady – Music from Muscles.

Play the Ice cream song. It’ll put a smile in your knickers.

Categories: The-Random, The-VideoGames, The Blogosphere, The Craziness, The Humourous, The Inane, The Music

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