January 17, 2011

EVICTION NOTICE

This blog is moving to a much newer home and for the first time ever… with roommates!

Please visit NAKMA Brand to fulfill all your Mega Shit Only needs (in case you ever get lost on the home screen, scroll to the top, highlight ADVOCATES, click MEGA FELIX).

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December 22, 2010

where the good ol’ innocent fun is at:

STOLEN from: Nakama Brand

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December 10, 2010

One of the few good things that come from Audi

the new Audi R18 TDI Le Mans LMP1 car:

3.7 liter twin turbo V6 with crazy robot lights ready for total domination.

November 29, 2010

pure raw beef

Fully mega to see a near-“super car” that is almost always seen dominating pavement smashing up a mountain road on a dirt path; especially since it is nearly tucking tire. It even drives up the side of the cliff for a moment!

November 28, 2010

cakefight!

Thanks, Victory Poker.

November 23, 2010

good boy v. bad guy

Ouch!

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November 7, 2010

BLACK OPS!

New Black Ops commercial featuring Kobe Bryant, Jimmy Kimmmel, and Jake Gyllenhaal.

Very excite to play!

November 3, 2010

Classics

I heard classics never go out of style.

STOLEN from Speedhunters.

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October 27, 2010

Hostage Imposter

The technical name for this bug is Stenolemus bituberus, but I’ll just call it a Black Ops bug since it goes behind enemy lines to devour the unsuspecting predator-now-turned-into-prey. The Black Ops bug purposely lands itself in a spider’s web. The spider will then sense via vibration that something is caught and will routinely proceed to locate the new captor, wrap it up in more web, and consume it. As the spider nears, the Black Ops bug stops feigning weakness and proceeds to attack and eat the spider!

There are however, some instances where the spider counter attacks and actually overpowers the Black Ops bug. No risk, no reward I guess. Got to be in it to win it, keep your game tight!

More details at Wired.

October 27, 2010

BEAR BEAR BEAR

Little article to bolster my forecast of a low 9k Dow by Jim Cramer.