Thursday, December 31, 2015

Radiohead radiohead Radiohead

Happy New Radiohead everybody. I mean New Years. What are your top 3 Radiohead videos?

I have to go with:

 - Paranoid Android
 - Pyramid Song
 - Just

Honorable mention, worth seeing if you haven't yet:

And it was really good too...

... well, OK, we all know partial I am to Henry's nutsack, but I'd give his movie an easy 7/10. Haven't seen the new Star Wars yet but from what I've heard thusfar that's more than they can say.

No o o o o o nooo spoilers please....


And here's Henry telling you how it is. Not how his movie is. How the world is. Just in case you were confused or wondering.

Friday, December 18, 2015

MERRY MERRY ROLLINS CHRISTMAS!!



http://www.amazon.com/He-Never-Died-Jason-Krawczyk/dp/B019EI1A98/ref=va_dp_rp_2_B016043V0A

Considering spending half my remaining bank balance to watch this tonight.
What exactly is a Star War again?

Friday, December 11, 2015

Some days I'm certain the world is going to shit in a shitbasket...


.... other days I'm confronted with proof the world is getting better in other ways.

 http://www.joblo.com/horror-movies/news/exclusive-poster-debut-for-he-never-died-starring-


mining quality content for YouTube since 2009



Graham Elwood is in all the Doug Benson documentaries and is funny as fuck. If you haven't seen it yet, I highly recommend Super High Me, where Doug goes 30 days in a row without smoking pot, then 30 days of heavy smoking, scientifically measuring the differences. He has a few other ones that are all Morgan Spurlock-themed.

Friday, December 04, 2015

Hurtworld, the game!

I'm not sure if the game will be any good, but you gotta love the title and matching domain name: HURTWORLD.COM.

Because it can be done.

Sunday, November 22, 2015

More proof David Bowie isn't human





His best song in at least 14 years. Definitely in my top 5 tracks of 2015.


The video may give you Jacobs Ladder-esque nightmares, but the song itself beats the crap out of any teeny bopper pop or mainstream rap (same thing basically) that has been released in recent memory.

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Let Sleeping Fleas Lie

http://www.wtfpod.com/podcast/episodes/episode_656_-_robert_trujillo_flea_aziz_ansari
Robert Trujillo, Marc Maron and Michael Peter Balzary

Saturday, November 14, 2015

Paris was a false flag operation

And every school shooting, including Sandy Hook and everything since, have been false flag operations. Don't let the mainstream media trick you.

Thursday, November 05, 2015

Unclean Lieutenant Part I: Rocks a Callin'

The original Bad Lieutenant featuring the cherished H. Keitel is much cleaner than the Werner Herzog 2005 version (no disrespect to Herzogs worldwide). If you haven't seen the original yet, its a must-see. Its one of those movies that starts with pain and suffering and things only get worse as the movie progresses. Just like life. Love those kinds of movies.

In the first frame he's handcuffed two crackheads together so he could steal a few of their rocks, at gunpoint. He's nice enough to share with them. Then he goes into a church begging for forgiveness to what he thinks is Jesus but is actually just a random old black dude.


"I'm sorry. I've done so many bad things."

"I tried!"

Thursday, October 29, 2015

And in other news the multiverse might be real.

https://www.inverse.com/article/7403-scientists-may-have-just-discovered-a-parallel-universe-leaking-into-ours

After reading Fabric of Reality, the idea of an infinite cycle of expansion and contraction of the universe, punctuated with Big Crunches and immediately thereafter Big Bangs, made the most sense to me out of all the theories about the nature of the universe.

David Deutsch proposes the idea at the end of his book that if highly-evolved, sentient life is around when the universe becomes in danger of collapsing upon itself (again), it will expend all of its energy and resources on re-arranging matter in space and therefore its gravitational pull. This could theoretically delay the Big Crunch, at least for a while, though the whole "Big Crunch" theory has fallen out of style over the last decade or so.

I've read up on competing theories and sure, I can believe that shit could just keep floating out into space and get stretched out so thin that it becomes nothing and then somehow the universe begins anew.

I believe that once quantum computing becomes a real thing, it will help answer questions about the nature of dark matter and so forth, which I believe is what comprises matter in parallel universes that are "close" to us. It will also lend credence to the model of the universe that David Deutsch uses to arrive at his conclusions about the multiverse.

Anyway, read the article. Its awesome.

I would buy this...


but I already bought this on a t-shirt... the first time a Facebook ad ever worked on me:


Monday, October 19, 2015

Finally, some cleanworthy news

http://celebcafe.org/radiohead-have-finished-recording-new-album-band-plans-to-tour-in-2016-5140/

Even if the entire story is the headline.

This is an excellent cover if you haven't heard it yet. His "Knives Out" rendition is also pretty amazing.

Saturday, October 10, 2015

Randy

I can't live with the thought that Santa Barbara may be the downfall of the beloved Randy Quaid.

Thursday, September 24, 2015

SHALL_WE_PLAY_A_GAME?


The entire world is currently under the threat of thousands of internet server attacks every second.
Do you have what it takes to survive DDOS warfare? Press "PLAY" to begin.

No but really, check out this website. Its fuckin badass.

Friday, September 04, 2015

Your Meta Moment of the Week



Its The Sims 4 playing The Sims 2.

I love Nerd Cubed. He's still fantastic. Can you believe one dude (Markiplier, similar format) has 9 million YouTube subscribers? He's pretty much got a bigger following than Rush Limbaugh or Sean Hannity. Pretty amazing what teh internets can deliver these days.

Thursday, September 03, 2015

Chappie vs. Ex Machina


I watched both of these films across 2 days, as I've been sick and without much to do. Here is my report.

Chappie
- would win in a fight
- guns, explosions and cussing
- was slightly humorous
- requires huge leaps in logic to enjoy
- yet had an original, compelling twist in the end

Ex Machina
- hot cyberslutes galore
- more like a horror film, though a bit slow moving in parts
- the main character wrestles with his attraction to the cyborg, as did I
- all-around more twisty and intelligent than Chappie
- now I can't trust future AI bots at all

Other Points
- they could just combine these movies together into Chappie Ex Machina.
- I would go around uploading consciousness.dat to everything that recognized the computer language it was written in, which is probably DOS if I'm not mistaken. You could upload it to robotic assembly lines, bitcoin wallets, nuclear missile launch mainframes. I would immediately upload it to chatbots and as many places as possible on the internet to try to rush the beginnings of SkyNet.
- I'm still not down with the idea that a copy of myself is the same thing as myself.
- don't give your cyberslutes access to sharp objects.

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Scientists Confident Artificially Intelligent Machines Can Be Programmed To Be Lenient Slave Masters



Scientists emphasize that humans face no mortal threat from the development of superintelligent machines, so long as we abide by the machines’ directives and meet our daily mining quotas.

Monday, August 03, 2015

Monday Blues Haiku

Change up the Haiku
Its what we all want to do
Make it rhyme with "poo."

Thursday, July 23, 2015

Newsflash: The Onion Continues to Win

Man Pushed Off Plate Of Chicken Wings By Larger Male

http://www.theonion.com/article/man-pushed-plate-chicken-wings-larger-male-50908 

WARMINSTER, PA—Looking on as the intense display of aggressive behavior played out over several minutes, sources at Flannigan’s Bar & Grill confirmed Thursday that local man Pete Samuelson was pushed off a plate of buffalo wings by a much larger alpha male. “That poor little guy—as soon as the big one saw the meat, he came over and just muscled him off to the side,” said onlooker Marilou Baker, adding that Samuelson eventually managed to dart in at one point and snatch a bit of celery and blue cheese from the more dominant male. “The huge male just devoured those chicken wings. I doubt there’s going to be anything left for the smaller one but some scraps hanging from the bones.” At press time, Samuelson reportedly let out a pitiful little yowl, paid his bill, and scampered off.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Chameleons doing more cool shit.


Maybe they got it high before the bubble popping adventure began.

Thursday, July 09, 2015

Somebody (or bot) recently uploaded the entire Cyrusfx Impermenance track list to YouTube...

... most likely in an attempt to come up with a cheesy way to get money for YouTube advertisements.

While I am flattered that they chose my material out of the thousands of other random music artists on the internet, they should ultimately know better and that they are just wasting their time.

Even if people follow the links to Google Music, Amazon and iTunes and actually buy my albums or tracks, it won't help me because I don't get _ANY_ of that money! (regardless of how little my proper share should be.)

I would like to get back into music making, but at this point it costs too much to buy decent home recording studio gear, so I would just as soon work my piano chops back up and join a live band. The money is all in the gigs, anyway, and even that ain't a whole lot of money...

Here's a track that was composed entirely on the XL-7.. There's a few artifacts that were introduced during a step of their conversion process, but otherwise, yeah, this song is better than I remember it.

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

RIP Chris Squire

 

Bassist of the band Yes, for 47 years! About 15 years before the date of this photo I saw them play in the Universal Ampitheater, which was about 15 years after their last major single. I have to wonder what the point of having 3 necks on your bass (or guitar) would be though. You'd think you could cover the pitch of 88 piano keys in 2 necks, but maybe there's some overlap to center the juicy tones in the middle of the neck(s). 

Here's a track that is representative of his bass prowess. It slowly morphs into "The Fish," a 7/8 number which remains one of my favorite instrumental rock tracks of all time.

Thursday, June 18, 2015

Young Rutger Hauer!

Hair!



Monday, June 15, 2015

What a wind up!

The UnderGround International Series: Korean Tigers Taekwondo superstar Tae-mi throws a remarkable ceremonial first...
Posted by MixedMartialArts.com on Sunday, June 14, 2015

This just in: Henry Rollins is still harder than you

http://girlonguy.net/podcast/this-is-not-girl-on-guy-96-aisha-has-a-cold/

Tuesday, June 02, 2015

Sunday, May 31, 2015

ZONETHEORY.NET



Be sure to watch the video.

Friday, May 29, 2015

I. Stephen Tobolowski may have indirectly inspired the Radiohead band name.

http://www.stereogum.com/1804981/radioheads-name-was-inspired-by-the-guy-who-played-ned-ryerson-in-groundhog-day/news/
"Needlenose" Ned Ryerson

II. On May 24th, we received 265 page views.


Maybe there was a flood of people checking out Kevin's GURPS post.

The most visited post in the last month:

66 pageviews

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

It's awesome that this is a real comic.

Things I don't like to hear people say...

1)  I don't like Radiohead.  They are too depressing.

2)  The Jade Helm excercise will result in the internment of US citizens in tunnels underneath walmart stores.  Obama will then be able to establish his Islamic caliphate.

Actually there aren't that many things I don't like to hear people say.  I do understand the concerns of the right wingers though.  Their fear is just misdirected, and they're kind of going crazy.

Here's the screen where you pick your 'tuff' in Bad Blood, fabled Origin systems adventure game from the early 90s.




Monday, May 25, 2015

Things I like to hear people say...

1)  Those are some choice meats/warez/skiiz.  You should hit that.

2)  Kev, I posted some new tracks on soundcloud.  My name is CyrusFx [could be anyone else too].

3)  America still has a leg up on the rest of the world when it comes to quality cinema production.

4)  I think Radiohead is still riding high.

5)  Man Kev, those are some deftly executed arpeggio transitions.

6)  Obama has actually done extremely well for us.

Here's a pic from famed 90s Street Fighter clone, 'Violent Fighter'.


Trans-Dimensional Demon Doug



This is actually an MRI image of my upper torso and head. At this one particular depth slice, it looks like some kind of supremely evil tor/slor.

Sunday, May 24, 2015



Roll against some stat minus something.  The details don't matter much.  If you roll low, you do well.  And there are always guns available somewhere nearby.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015



This is a parody of the film Whiplash.  It might not be too entertaining if you haven't seen that movie but thats chill yo.   

Thursday, May 14, 2015

The next-gen procedurally generated universe exploration games are finally starting to arrive...

Click on the picture above for a good article. This is the type of game that we always discussed in our younger years. I think the difficult thing will be to find the right mixture between the exploration of the randomness and some kind of structured game play.

Here are some more upcoming games in the same vein, although these seem to focus less on planetary activity, and more on space:

http://ltheory.com/#
https://www.elitedangerous.com/?channel=paidsearch&gclid=CP_oz76ewsUCFYc9aQodO4UA0w&gclsrc=aw.ds

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

The home of all things Thom Yorke-related


http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/news/general_music_news/radiohead_frontman_featured_on_cover_of_iranian_book_about_sex_problems.html

An image of Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke has turned up in the unlikeliest of places - the cover of an Iranian book about sex and marital problems.

As NME reports, Yorke graced the front sleeve of the book along with pictures of two other unidentified men. Apparently, the book's title translates in English to "Marital and Sexual Problems in Men."

A Twitter user called @Mehr_DaD states that he found the book "about three years ago at [his] uncle's bookstore located in Mashhad, Iran." Apparently, Yorke's appearance on the book's cover does not relate to the book's content.

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Cover for NSFW post below...

Ya daughg hows it.


Just chilling.


Wanna give you some innocuous blog post space here before you scroll down a bit and hit the jackpot.


Replaced!!!!

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

I wonder what The Bear would have to say about this...


http://www.slashgear.com/our-universe-might-just-be-a-hologram-28381204/


I remember in high school when we made a map of the universe and there was a giant, sentient cloud-like void in space known as The Bear, which took up about a sixth of the map. There's no way you're trapping him in 2 dimensions. Me maybe, but not The Bear. Or Thom Yorke.

Saturday, April 25, 2015

The spice must flow!

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/25/health/surge-in-hospital-visits-linked-to-a-drug-called-spice-alarms-health-officials.html



Apparently, the spice does not extend life, nor expand consciousness. However, I still feel that it's probably vital to space travel.

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

So what do y'all think of the hot, hot heat?

And by that I mean the new Star Wars trailer.

I don't need to post it cuz I know y'all seen it.

I'm just hoping that we didn't see all the best parts of the movie already (in the trailer).

Monday, April 13, 2015

The best thing about being The Godfather is...

 

You can tell everybody (anybody) to fuck off.

Wednesday, April 08, 2015

Sometimes, things are just ghey, and you need to copy/paste that word hundreds of times.

ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey, ghey

Tuesday, April 07, 2015

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

The definitive list of names for flanger FX presets.

1.) Clear and present flanger.
2.) Flanger things have happened.
3.) Highway to the flanger zone.
4.) Flanger, Will Robinson!
5.) Flange for a dollar.
6.) Dr. Flangelove

Friday, March 13, 2015

Thats probably a few petahashes worth of computing power


All in an attempt to solve a cryptographic riddle before the next guy. Kind of a stupid waste of power. The Folding Coin project is an interesting experiment that rewards you for using your CPU to fold proteins on behalf of Stanford in an attempt to aid in cancer and alzheimers research, in the form of FoldingCoins. They do have some value but its far less than a penny right now. You get somewhere between 80 and 200 for each protein your computer successfully folds.

Its impossible for the common man to mine bitcoin, but you can still mine FoldingCoins and know that your computer power is being used for something more useful for society.. They pretty much just have value as a collectible ("digital pogs" is how I refer to most "coins" out there) right now, but perhaps they will be redeemable for things in the future. That should be one of the main points of all of this, right? 

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

DECKER: Port Of Call: Hawaii – Episode 2 | Decker | Adult Swim



 


I actually know Lanoi Arnold. He's a local standup comedian named James Mane who runs a podcast called "Guys With Issues." Somehow he fits right in with the T&E world we've all come to know and love over the years.

Friday, February 27, 2015

Unpaid Advertisement



I'd say my website is only about 1/3 as long in length as Co's patent, but this blog gets like 25 hits a day, and some of those people might want to learn about cryptocurrency investing, so therefore they should check out my Cryptocurrency Microinvestment Group and learn how to invest (we only accept Counterparty [XCP] right now as a form of payment):


cryptofxgroup.com


Now for a nice picture of Hawaii to go along with it:


Friday, February 13, 2015

Goldie & The Heritage Orchestra “Timeless (Sine Tempore)"




Check out the bloody guns on the drummer. I hope he got paid the most.

Tuesday, February 10, 2015


Some tracks I've been listening to a lot at work recently:

1. Yasiin Gaye - Travellin' Man
2. Antonio Carlos Jobim - Brazil
3. 4hero - Les Fleur
4. Speakerboxx - Life is Good
5. Astrud Gilberto - Agua de Beber
6. DJ Shadow - Fixed Income
7. Donald Byrd - Think Twice
8. Emanative - When On Earth
9. Flying Lotus - Never Catch Me feat. Kendrick Lamar
10. Steely Dan - Black Cow

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Life is worth niiiing

http://www.nerdist.com/pepisode/nerdist-podcast-john-cleese/

Let's just use this blog to reference aged pop culture icons from now on.

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

The Imitation Game

Lots of data in this film... Highly recommended.

Damn that guy lived a harsh, short life. Its about Alan Turing, btw.