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What We Need Is A ......... | January 8, 2006 at 01:04 PM

Hello, I've been told this is the right place to come to have an argument? Is that right?

The Arts Or Is It The Rats? | January 7, 2006 at 06:25 PM

FullAuto: The room with the Mona Lisa had several notices saying no flash photography (like most of the rest of the building), but no one took any notice.

Exactly, if it was the real thing they would be enforcing the "no flash photography" rule with a big fucking stick

The Arts Or Is It The Rats? | January 7, 2006 at 01:01 PM

Good stuff, I was actually in the Louvre over the weekend and saw the Mona Lisa for the 1st time and I didnt believe for a second it was the real thing. Why on gods earth would you show the original when you can show a nice safe copy and no-one will know the difference. You would obviously prefer to have the real thing locked up quite safely!!

(especially in case George Clooney and Brad Pitt try to steal it)

Saturday Shocks | January 7, 2006 at 12:51 PM

The Mission Impossible 3 trailer has been out for a while, I have this theory that you could put the MI theme to any fast jump-cutting action film trailer and it would look amazing. Definitely one of the all time hall of fame themes!

Commodore is returning as a handheld. I dont fancy its chances. Commodore as a company (regardless of who owns it) seems to have the unique knack of being in the wrong market at the wrong time with the wrong product. Nothing has suceeded for them on any scale since the glorious days of the C64 home computer.

Lego are clearly a fantastic company, check out the Han Solo Affair. You can also design just about anything and they'll make it possible.

I'm all for this;

a Connecticut State Representative has said "enough's enough," and is proposing legislation that would require movie theatres in the state to post the actual starting time of a movie. Saying that the incessant advertising has "robbed us of our freedom of choice because we're not told when the actual movie will begin,"

New game coming out for the Sega Megadrive/Genesis!

New interesting info on how the PlaceBo Effect works, this has always fascinated me.

For Fans Of "the Family Guy" | January 6, 2006 at 10:45 PM

Everything starts somewhere right?

Pure Bs | January 6, 2006 at 10:37 PM

but amusing for a while

i just want to beat those red shirts with a stick. with nails. with rust.

Ufc - Sean Gannon Underground Fight | January 6, 2006 at 09:49 PM

One of interest for any MMA fans. A few UFC events ago an underground fighter called Sean Gannon got a match to the outrage of many, as this mans only prior MMA-type experience was this illegal underground fight

mad stuff, quite strong, 18-rated folks!

Mma Gold | January 3, 2006 at 11:34 AM

one for all the MMA fans, never kiss the opponent during a stare down;

Latest Underworld: Evolution Tv Spots | January 3, 2006 at 11:27 AM

over here




Quickie But Goodie | January 2, 2006 at 12:01 PM

Relive my youth over at 1980-games, where " these old arcade games are gaining a new lease of life thanks to an emulator that restores them to how they were upon their release." Dunno how legal it is but there are classics there like Gunsmoke and Green Beret.

Coldplays Protection On New Cd | January 1, 2006 at 07:42 PM

From http://www.boin...new_cd_has.html

Coldplay's new CD comes with an insert that discloses all the rules enforced by the DRM they included on the disc. Of course, these rules are only visible after you've paid for the CD and brought it home, and as the disc's rules say, "Except for manufacturing problems, we do not accept product exchange, return or refund," so if you don't like the rules, that's tough.

What are the other rules? Here are some gems: "This CD can't be burnt onto a CD or hard disc, nor can it be converted to an MP3" and "This CD may not play in DVD players, car stereos, portable players, game players, all PCs and Macintosh PCs." Best of all, the insert explains that this is all "in order for you to enjoy a high quality music experience." Now, that's quality.

Ufo Aftershock | January 1, 2006 at 07:41 PM

Another review over here

I didnt really like the original, has anyone played the sequel - is it significantly different or improved? The screens i've seen don't inspire me

Saturday Sass | December 31, 2005 at 11:00 AM

Looks like King Kong may have been based on a true story. Elsewhere, some idiot decides computer games make a mockery of human suffering - which seems like all forms of humour also on the planet then? It's hard wired in us to enjoy other peoples misfortune, in a kind of "thank god that wasn't me" kinda way.

Australia looks set to legalise cd ripping and vcr recording, good to see a precedent being set. My favourite part of this article without a doubt has to be;

See, it is currently illegal in Australia to record shows off the telly, or to transferbangle (Australian for copy) music from CDs to portable music players.

Time magazine calls BattleStar Galactica TV Show of The Year. Damned right !!!

A good intelligent article on why cinema takings keep falling where due fault is given;

"consumers are changing their movie-viewing habits because of multiple complaints related to theatergoing: soaring ticket costs, high parking and candy-concession prices, and, perhaps, decreased enjoyment of the movie-house experience because of unruly audiences and a growing number of on-screen ads."

The return of the C: Prompt? Bring it on!

Friday Fumblings On The Web | December 31, 2005 at 10:47 AM

Good stuff Pete, keep up the good work and you will soon ascend to join the ancients and we will be left fumbling about with technology we don't understand

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