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by Badman3000 aka H.N.I.C
This week the Top 5, killers hiding in the back seat, cats hiding in the back seat, Scary Stuart, bronchitis, don't worry about what we do, a jackass way to accept a token of kindness, and Tweets and Emails.
Tags: a, audioreview, cold, couple, korey, leon, of, ones
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re: Tablets - They're neat as a mobile device, but I opted to go for an actual tablet PC laptop. I hotrodded a Gateway C-140X, and that's my sketchbook/comic reader. Much larger screen (and can be used in portrait mode) so the comics are just barely larger than they would be in real life, and in a digital format they're cleaner and sharper (not to mention I can carry almost my entire comic library with me). Plus, it's pressure sensitive (uses a custom Wacom pen) so Sketchbook Pro is so close to working on paper that I haven't drawn on paper in almost two years. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to have a mobile sketchbook. Plus, it's a fully functional laptop (with keyboard, since I hate using touchscreen keyboards) that you can customize yourself so it's much more robust. But, if all you're looking for is something smaller and lightweight, the new line of tablets are the way to go.
re: Fight Club ending movie vs. film - even Chuck Palahniuk has admitted on a commentary track that he really digs what they did with the ending of the film. The book has a great ending, but the film takes it to a whole new epic level and is definitely one of those cinematic moments that stay with you.
You can't go against the mouse. The Mouse had me at 12. Had my parents. Had parents parents. It gets into your head, twists your world around. Next thing you know you're buying Hannah Montana dolls for your little cousins at Christmas spreading it's word. Oh the depravity of it's indoctrination. It is all together evil man! Oh the humanity. Oh the humanity!
Thanks Korey, its nice to here someone else speak out about militant atheism. Although I'm not religious myself i hate to see others piss all over someone else's faith. I've come across a lot of people that have this intellectual elitism about atheism, as if religious people are stupid children that need to looked down upon. Anyways great show as always, it was a good new years hangover remedy.
Watching "Never Let Me Go" on a plane ride made me want to read the book but I wish I had read the book first. Although parts of the dialogue are lifted right from the book, I feel like the tone of the movie is wrong and almost everyone is miscast but I can't stop seeing/hearing the actors in my head as I'm reading. The book is much less of a romance through most of it and it makes it much more interesting. Also, there is very little physical description of the characters and I feel like the actors they chose don't really fit the characters at all. Also, with properties like Harry Potter with a lot of plot and details, I feel like you need read the book first to fully appreciate the movie. I would never have made it through the Yates films without having read the books. Especially the last one which had good performances but strange pacing and looked like it was filmed in the dark. So yes, book first, then movie.
korey mean....thats my one thing. is listening to people eat. I can't stand it. GOD DAMN YOU LEON FOR GIVING HIM THOSE CHOCOLATES!!!
Let me just say I saw the Artist today in the theater, and it is a phenomenal experience to watch it in the theater. It feels really old fashioned and everyone is really into it. I loved that movie.
Leon is old and soon he will eventually have to learn to deal with this.
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