Sunday, December 31, 2006

Plan 9 From Outer Space

I'm currently battling my way through what could possibly be the worst movie of all time, Plan 9 From Outer Space. It's so bad I think I actually like it. Here's the full movie, but watch at your own risk, your brain might melt and ooze out your ear in the process.

Friday, December 29, 2006

Simply a Test

Well here I am typing out a post on my cousin's Wii. Everything seems cool so far but it's a bit too much to make a habit out of it. We'll see how often I do this when I get my own Wii. Peace and love people.

Thursday, December 28, 2006

To Marriage

Well, I just back home from Scott and Eva's wedding, which, I might add, was rather lovely. Now, I never would have guessed that by this time in our lives, we would be celebrating their marriage, much less the marriage of anyone else from my high school graduating class. But that's the way things go. It just shows that we're all growing older, maturing, and getting ready to take on the responsibilities that age brings us. Now that Scott was the first, the rest are sure to follow. Pretty soon we'll be celebrating the marriages of other friends, pretty soon we'll be celebrating the birth of our children, and pretty soon we'll be celebrating their subsequent birthdays. It's quite beautiful when you think about. So I'd like to extend my congratulations Scott and Eva; that they have many years of blissful marriage, many beautiful children, and many wonderful times in the coming years.

Monday, December 25, 2006

Merry Christmas!!!

Well, not much to say this time around other than I hope all of you had a great a Christmas. Hopefully everyone got what they wanted under their trees this year, and if you didn't, well... that's not what's important. Spend time with your families and friends and remember why we celebrate Christmas; to honor the birth of Santa Claus.

Saturday, December 23, 2006

Gleek Out!

Alright Super Friends, things are about to get a little geeky... you've been warned.

So it's Saturday night, I'm bored outta my mind, and I have two options: continue playing Super Castlevania IV or sit down and watch the Super Friends. Well I chose the latter and came the one conclusion: I hate the fucking monkey Gleek.

Let's recap. Batman, Robin, and Aquaman are being held captive in the ocean, of all places, by some evil dude by the name of Captain Nimoy. For some ungodly reason, Spock decides to launch two, count 'em two, nuclear missiles (OH SHIT!!!) towards California and Japan, and it's up to the Super Friends to stop them. Now here's where things get retarded. With Batman, Robin, and Aquaman out of commission, the Wonder Twins decide to call for help. Now rather than call someone like Superman, who can kick the shit out of anything, or an even bigger gun, like the Apache Chief, the Twins decide to call Gleek, their freaking blue pet monkey.

I'm not exactly sure how things are in whatever backwater planet the Twins hail from, but when you're best idea is to call a monkey with a stretchy tail, you'd better rethink your role on the world's premiere super hero team. So after the monkey dicks around for a while, he rattles the Bottled City of Kandor and the natives, all of whom have the strength of Superman, are released. Of course they catch wind of the Wonder Twins distress call and decide to help.

Here's my second problem. Why the hell do the Kandorians decide to help? Sure there's a couple of nukes looking to make things quite uncomfortable for a few people, but Superman is keeping your entire city in a fucking miniature bottle. FUCK HIM!!!

Oh well, they do it anyway. Japan and California are saved. Aquaman frees himself along with "The Knight" and his "Boy Wonder" by *gasp* communicating with some sea creatures. And all is well in the universe. At least until the Legion of Doom valiantly tries to destroys the "Super Freaks" only to be beaten over and over again.

Oh, and when the Super Friends made it back to the Hall of Justice, I'm pretty sure Robin said something along the lines of "Holy Torpedoes Batman! I think Gleek just shit in the Bottled City of Kandor!" Take that you small bastards!

Monday, December 18, 2006

Sweet Freedom!!!

Good God Damn it feels good to be finished with finals! It's like the weight of something really heavy has been lifted off my shoulders. I honestly don't think I've done this much work during all my time at St. Thomas. Oh well, it's over, thank the maker...

I guess I can get back to focusing on comic books. It's not like I've dropped off or anything, I just don't have to worry about school getting in the way. As for how I'm going to sustain my habit, that's another story...

Now that I have the time, I think I'll watch some cartoons. Hurray for the Venture Bros!

Sunday, December 10, 2006

Thanks for a Great Semester

Cripes Almighty, I can't believe it's been a month since I updated this thing. Mmmm... well, maybe I can, nothing really life-changing has happened in the past month, but then again, these things (i.e., blogs) wouldn't be as common if they were only designed to inform the general public of life-changing events. But like they say, "Dead men tell no tales," and I'm not dead yet, so here we go...

The semester is practically over, yet I still have an incredible amount of shit due (much thanks to Magic in the Middle Ages). I actually managed to survive all the term papers and exams I had to suffer through this semester, so I guess I could be thankful for that... but it's much easier to bitch about everything as if the world were about to end as a direct result of the school year. But everyone else I know has had the luxury of survival, so there's another reason to be thankful...

Now on to my friends: It's been awesome as always. For all the stupid shit that has
been said, for all the retarded conversations we had when we should have been studying, for all the time wasted not drinking, and for all the time wasted being wasted, I wouldn't give it up for anything. I love you guys.

And to all the people I've met throughout the semester, may we have to opportunity to build upon the friendships that have just begun.

I have to give a huge shout-out to the one thing that's helped me get through this semester, my Nintendo DS (wow, Geekout). Without you there at my side, I don't think I could've honestly said that I was awake on Tuesday nights without feeling as if I were a liar. Now if you were to ask if I was actually paying attention, that's another story...

I plan on doing this much more often throughout the break, so keeps those eyes and ears open. You never know what I'm gonna say next, so "Watch out, Radiactive Man,"
cause Vince just might end up doing something stupid.

To whatever the rest of our lives may bring.

Love & Peace, Vince.