Tuesday, December 16, 2014

QC and headspace

So, I've been rereading Questionable Content this past week..
I'm up to strip 1736 as of this writing (Don't click the link! It's a spoiler!)...

And MAN do you get messed in the from binge reading QC! XD

So much so that I find "being drunker than an Irish skunk" funny as hell!
Also, I sometimes just straight up quote QC lines as responses ...
My friends don't find this quite as hilarious as I do, unfortunately ...
(Except for the ones that are QC maniacs like me ... Those bastards tend to reply with QC lines XD )

But yeah, you totally should go and read QC, it's awesome ... And you're only like 2800 strips behind!

If you start now it'll only take you 'bout 1½ week to get caught up with the story!

So what are you waiting on? Get to it already!

Over and out~

Friday, December 12, 2014

Liz Katz responds to hate

So, if you've spent some time on the internet, odds are that you've run into one or two (or MANY) pics of the cosplay model Liz Katz.

Now, you might not be too fond of her work for one reason or another;
Or maybe you love her, but, either way, here's a video she made that's is a really good reason to like her regardless what you think about her cosplay!

(And for the record, you should like her cosplay too, it's awesome!)

(more thoughts below the break for those reading the frontpage)

Medieval Batman vs Dragon Joker

Okay, This is so cool that I don't know if I'm supposed to be awe struck or totally creeped out!

Credits: Sandara
It's just so god damn awesome I must say!
The artist, Sandara, on DeviantArt have some more awesome shite too!
So go check it out!

Over and out~

Thursday, December 11, 2014

2014 in Music on Spotify

Another year has come and gone.
And with that, Spotify's little service that let's you see your past year of music!

Hit the link for some info about my year!

Sunday, November 30, 2014

Ghost in the Machine

So, just a little bit ago I came over this interesting news article..

It talks about a court case currently ongoing in Canada, where the data collected from a wearable device (in this case, a fitness smart band), is used by layers as evidence in a personal injury case to prove the plaintiff right.