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August 10, 2010 8:29 AM
I haven't posted in a long long time, probably the longest break since I started this blog. But anyways, since I am currently working 40 hrs/week and finishing up my wedding planning once I get home from said work; there's not really time for blogging. However, my friend reminded me of this very fun website that I found about 5 years ago and I thought it'd be a fun little thing to add to a post. It's called zefrank and there's a lot of little "experiments" and games there that are just really fun to mess around with.
May 1, 2010 6:01 PM
Currently I'm taking a course about product design, so Apple comes up in our class....A LOT, like excessively so sometimes. I understand completely why, but it still gets old after having to hear about how "amazing" Apple is sometimes. Anyway, in class the other day we were talking about whether or not we thought the new iPhone prototype that was found in a bar was accidentally lost or was left there on purpose in order to stir up hype for the new iPhone that's coming out this summer. So I had heard about Gizmodo opening it up and explaining its inner workings. The next day in class some kid mentions how the cops busted down Jason Chen's (of Gizmodo) door after he gave the phone back.
I really thought that this must've been some kind of joke so I looked into it. Turns out it was completely true. You can hear more of the story in this hilarious Jon Stewart video below. He talks about how he thought Apple was so cool and how he found this excessive, which I'm sure everyone can agree with. Jon Stewart had a pretty good point too, that if Apple wants to be mad at anyone, then they should be mad at AT&T for having such crappy service. I mean, Apple was denying that the phone was even theirs at first and Jason Chen gave it back after he was done with it. So what possible reason could they have for busting down his door during dinner? Also, the guy that found the phone originally had "Apple representatives" show up at his house and try to search the premises. If I were him, I'd probably move so Steve Jobs didn't try to kill me with a giant iPad or something lol.
|The Daily Show With Jon Stewart||Mon - Thurs 11p / 10c|
April 1, 2010 11:30 PM
Apparently Marc Webb fails at being a director already. He decided to choose Lindsay Lohan as the new Mary Jane. I can only imagine who will play Peter Parker. Maybe it will be Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner or just throw in Justin Bieber (seriously hate that little dude and his high-pitched girly voice) just to piss me off. Maybe we can have a twisted romance with Gwen Stacy being played as Miley Cyrus. Seriously, this news has made me lose all faith in any reboots, possibly any superhero movies that contain superheroes I actually like. I really don't know what Webb was thinking considering this was what he had to say about it:
"Lindsay hasn't really been up to much in the past few years — even if you count the straight-to-DVD Labor Pains — but when I think Mary Jane Watson, Lindsay Lohan immediately comes to mind. Well, OK, maybe not the current version. But certainly the Mean Girls/Herbie version. She was available. She needs a reboot worse than this franchise. It just made sense."
Oh wait yes I do. He just picked her because he felt sorry for her sucking and being an alcoholic or something. I'm glad other directors don't just go with people because they're "available". I mean I'll give him the fact that Mean Girls was pretty funny, but I still can't see Cady Heron as being anything like Mary Jane unless he means when she was being a bitchy "plastic". We can only hope that this is a bad April Fools day joke.