Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Since gyms, like everything else, are ungodly expensive in NYC, I've taken it upon myself to start working out at home. The 100 pushup plan seemed like a good place to start, it's geared to get you doing 100 pushups in a row in 6 weeks. I did the preliminary test on Sunday and the first day of the program today. Next post on this topic won't be for 6 weeks, at which point I'll probably be manly enough to start a lumberjack camp or something.
Monday, September 27, 2010
I can't help but watch this and think that this is what it would be like if a fat white dude won a sweepstakes to be in a rap video:
Considering the fact that these are a couple dudes from Lafayette, IN, the production quality of this video isn't half bad. The beat is solid, there's a boarded up building in the background, and (spoiler alert) you get a little ghost riding in at the end. Best of all, Chunky Town is rockin' the mic for a whole verse and actually maintains some decent rhymes right up until this gem:
"Ya'll f*ggots suck like Twilight, no pun intended"
(Mr. Town wasn't available for interview, but I'm pretty sure the pun was actually intended)
But nothing compares to his dancing. Nothing. Learn these moves and you'll be absolutely unstoppable at every bar and club known to man. I'd expect nothing less from the same artist that stars in the hit video "Titty Boy Swag."
Thursday, September 23, 2010
For those of you that aren't in the know:
If you like this video (you do), the autotune mix is solid as well.
In any case, one of those healthy, socially responsible burger places around the corner had this on display last night:
Burger #1: The Bed Intruder
Of course, I ordered it without even looking at the ingredients, and thought it was awesome without even thinking about how it tasted. It turns out this place lets you create your own burgers on their website and, whenever people buy the burger you created, you get $0.25 credit to use there.
New goal: Create burgers based on every meme possible so I can eat there for free every night.
It's been ages since my last post. This is partially due to the fact that I've been getting busy with other projects (see http://shmup01.blogspot.com/ ), and then majorly due to the fact that I ended up switching jobs within my company and moving to NYC! I've been in the city for a month now, have my bearings, and will hopefully have PLENTY to write about. I'm not sure how much time I'm going to devote to the game programming, but I'm fairly seriously considering not getting internet in my apartment (gasp). This is partially to cut expenses (like everything else in NYC, it's really expensive), and partially to ensure I get my ass out into the city!
Thus, my current goal is to convert the theme of this blog from "Chipotle Worship/Pure Miscellania/Chronic lack of posting" to "Chipotle Worship/Pure Miscellania/NYC experiences big and small." We'll see how it turns out.
Sunday, April 11, 2010
Thursday, January 7, 2010
Check out this guy's Amazon.com reviews:
"You here the pop song Crack a bottle which in my oping it was a sold out to what eminem is most knowed for ."
"Their is not much else to same about shogun besides they take their fcuking heads!!!" (faux censorship preserved)
Posted by Vince at 12:18 PM