Archive for August, 2009

Just Do It

I’m not going to go into great detail on this application because I don’t need to. Nor do I want to. I’m always telling you stuff…you never talk. It’s almost like we’re breaking up or something. What happened to the friendship we use to have? Remember that time I beat up Elroy Dimmitri after he called your mom a slut? Or how about that time you didn’t have any cash and I gave you the money I was gonna use on the following weeks laundry? Remember? It’s almost like we’re just not friends anymore? After all we’ve been through?! You hardly ever talk to me anymore. Hell, you never talk to me. I guess because it’s pretty much a one way street in regards to the internet. Ah well, I’m over it.

Spider: The Secret of Bryce Manor (iTunes) is as great as all the reviews are saying it is. Buy it. BUY IT NOW!! The gameplay, the graphics, the story, the music the fact that you’re a fucking spider…it’s all there. It’s such a wonderful game that I seldom put it down. I was going to take a screenshot of the first level before writing this review but couldn’t stop. I went so far as to whatever the hell level you see in the pic. It’s that good. I can see this game blowing up in iTunes so don’t expect a price drop anytime soon. If you buy it and don’t appreciate it, you’re a complete idiot and I’m surprised you could read to the end of this sentence.

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The Silver Screen & All It’s Sad Goodbyes

Yeah I stole the title of this post from the song Careless Whispers by George Michael. You can call me a gay sissy flower pants, I don’t care. It’s probably one of my all time favorite songs and will remain that way until I say so. Such a cool song. The reason I bring it up is because in the song, George Michael (or G Mika-whadda-tat as I like to call him…I make up names for everyone I know. Their parents lacked creativity) sings “calls to mind the silver screen and all it’s sad goodbyes”. I have no clue what he means by that but it sounds awesome. As you know, I watch movies all the time. There’s nothing to do in this damn town besides feeding your neighbor’s dog Skittles in hopes that it shits rainbows (so far, no). So I watch movies all the time. I realized this afternoon that I haven’t told you about Flixster (iTunes).

It’s a fairly simple application that allows you to see what movies are playing in your local theater along with upcoming movies and dvds (or “Blu Rays” for those who have a job). Some of the movies also have a wide variety of pictures to thumb through. The above is take from District 9 which comes out Friday and I’m damn excited to see it. That is unless Gritchen shits a rainbow. Then we’ll have to throw a party at town hall and put the movie off until Saturday.

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Interior Decorating

Hey, wassup?! This past weekend went by too quickly…and I didn’t even do anything?! I think a holiday is around the corner so I can’t complain too much, I guess. That being said, I have a lot of crap I gotta do today that I didn’t do this weekend SO, very quickly, I’ll point you in another direction. Perhaps as a way of distracting you for the time being until I tell you about a few apps that helped me blow off said past weekend. Are you like me where you change your wallpaper every time your neighbor’s dog farts? If so, click here. I stumbled across this site a few days ago. It’s chockfull of wallpapers and I’m sure you’ll find one you like. Speaking of…what do you think these clouds look like? I’ll tell you what I think…


Your Brain on Crack

Alright, I just spent half of my Saturday writing a “review” (the one you read after this) and I need to go outside and play. The neighborhood kids are selling lemonade again and I feel it’s my utmost duty to drop one of Muffin’s notorious balls of hair in their pitcher of lemonade. It’s nothing personal. I’m trying to teach them a lesson that they need to go down on their prices. With the economy going to shit, a nickel is just too damn pricey for a glass of lemon juice and sugar.

Space Invaders Infinity Gene (iTunes) is just as good as the reviews say it is. I haven’t made it very far but I have a hard time putting it down once I start. I also don’t wanna post any pictures because the game does “evolve” as you play each new level, adding a little bit of excitement to the mix. Five dollars is a little pricey so if you wanna wait for a price drop, I understand. But if the temptation to spend money on just one more app looms over your shoulder, click that “Buy” button. It’s certainly worth it.

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Weekly Reader

If you’ve been here since Day 1 (or maybe you found this site by accident and spent the evening reading all of these posts…loser) you understand what my intentions here are. There’s plenty of other great websites out there that offer in depth reviews and have a fresh batch waiting for you each time you visit. Here, it’s a little bit different. I’ve always wanted to share with you applications I’ve found in iTunes that I enjoy in hopes that you’ll like them too. Just one friend to another, simply showing you something you may or may not have seen. But like the majority of people with no self control, I’ve spent about every dime I have on applications and am practically broke (-starting at the 6 minute mark you’ll understand my reference here). It’s too easy to go ape shit in iTunes with the hourly plethora of new applications they release if you don’t have the will to say no. In order to save some cash for lap dances and my crazed addiction to Laffy Taffy, I’ve kept the wallet closed these last few days. But I have found an application that’s free (somewhat) that has helped me curb my appetite for daily downloading…

The Barnes & Noble eReader (iTunes) application is my favorite eBook reader that I’ve come across so far. I’ve tried the other ones but the books they have to offer seem limited. Maybe I don’t look hard enough or maybe you’re an asshole for saying such a thing, but it’s my opinion and I’m sticking with it. The majority of the reviews you’ll read in iTunes claims that the books are “too expensive”. Seriously? I use to have a Treo 650 and yes, there were a nice handful of cheap books but all the new ones (or good ones) were expensive. I didn’t bitch about it because I was able to carry a book with me at all times in my pocket. One other lowlife dipshit bastard of a child complained about the “line at the bottom” you see on each page. Probably because his mother didn’t love him enough, he’s some pompous asshole dumbass that hasn’t figured out that “line” shows you how far along in the book you are. Maybe he couldn’t read past the Table of Contents? Idiot. (OK, I don’t know why I went off like that…it just seemed like fun). Anyways, I think it’s a great ereader with a nice selection of books. One book I haven’t been able to put down is “Sex, Drugs and Cocoa Puffs“. I can’t believe I haven’t heard of this author before. A friend of mine recommended the book and I can’t stop reading it. Check it out.

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