(All TV pales in comparison.)
I may have caused a bit of drama with my post about the obscene prices of Apple computers but iTunes is now selling The Shield.
Anyone that makes The Shield easily accessible to the masses is my friend.
I am still in mourning over the end of the 5th season. But I don't want to cry while blogging, so I'll move on.
- Keeping with television, fuck a Prison Break.
I have put more time into that show than I have into most relationships.
60 minutes an episode X 22 episodes = A lot of time I want back
What the fuck was that ending?
Does anyone really want to watch "The Fugitive" on network television again?
Are they really going to outrun the police on foot with a 50 yard head start?
And why am I going to watch when it comes back?
Hopefully they rename the show now that everyone has broken out of prison.
- There is now G-Unit email.
I swear. (Don't actually click anything on the page.)
GGG - G Mail!!!
- Darfur Genocide: The video game
Not for PS3 but from MTV.
It may quite possibly the saddest video game ever.
You chose a villager and then you dodge Janjaweed militia trucks as you forage for water that you bring back to your village.
It's not meant to be offensive, you can tell it is an honest attempt to engage "the youth" in the Darfur crisis through a medium they utilize.
It's just weird is all.
But not as weird as...
- Microsatellites with lasers
The best way to ensure peace and security in our fragmented world is to threaten vaporization from above with satellite lasers.
This is just the sort of thing I trust Bush with.
NSA wiretaps + Space Lasers = Crispy Muslims