| Overall, you have partaken in 116 out of 169 possible life experiences.|
Your average life experience score is therefore 69%.
The average score is 50%, making your experiences more
than 93% of the people who have taken this test.
The average for your age group (26-35) is 53%.
Broken down by category:
Art: 15/17 (88%)
Career & Work: 8/13 (62%)
Civics & Technology: 5/7 (71%)
Crime & Disarray: 6/11 (55%)
Education: 12/18 (67%)
Fashion: 8/10 (80%)
Fitness, Health and Sports: 4/7 (57%)
Life in General: 7/14 (50%)
Relationships: 11/14 (79%)
Religion & Politics: 3/4 (75%)
Social: 18/22 (82%)
Travel: 8/20 (40%)
Vices: 11/12 (92%)
|Take the test and see how YOU compare|
Wednesday, December 31, 2008
Tuesday, December 30, 2008
If you're into awesome stuff, Amazon has the first 5 volumes of the Looney Tunes Golden Collection DVDs on sale for 60% off or more!
There are a number of other excellent deals on excellent animation collections going on over there as well.
Sunday, December 28, 2008
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Wednesday, December 24, 2008
So I added the "Share This" button to the site and posts which should allow you fine people to share my posts with your friends or on other websites.
I've used it on other sites with no problem, but so far I can't get the damn thing to work for me with my own site.
Would anyone else care to try it out and let me know how it goes?
Just find a post you like and click the "Share This" button and then pick where you'd like to share it.
Tuesday, December 23, 2008
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This one hits pretty much all the GI Joe vehicle high spots: Huge glass cockpits, a scarily exposed turret, and the ability to launch smaller, more comical vehicles. The only thing missing from this is about 12 dudes hanging off of it, but for all I know, they could be on the other side. - via Cracked.com's The 20 Stupidest G.I. Joe Vehicles Ever
I don't mind telling you that I personally owned 5 of their top 20 (including the HAVOC there), and personally thought 10 of their top 20 were completely radical.
Especially the HAVOC.
Monday, December 15, 2008
Thought I was all out of things to poke fun at in the Secret Invasion : Dark Reign One-Shot?
Not at all.
Not by a long shot.
Again, I have added the googly-eyes to help emphasize the point Bendis & Maleev were trying to make which is that Namor is cuckoo for.. um, boobs.
I DID NOT EDIT OR MANIPULATE THIS AT ALL!
Are you kidding, me?! Maybe that was just a poor choice of words on BMB's part, but SERIOUSLY!
(Also, even though I didn't add the big cartoon eyes, you can tell that Doom is obviously delivering his lines to Emma's cleavage again.)
For those of you who perhaps did not read the Secret Invasion : Dark Reign One-Shot I reviewed last week and thought I was perhaps exaggerating about how prominently (and ridiculously) featured breasts were throughout the story I decided to go back and add googly-eyes for comedic effect to every panel that seemed to feature a character staring at the chesticological region of Emma Frost.
Let's see what we came up with..
Sigh. Oh, smelly, ugly Namor. You wouldn't catch Aquaman oogling Wonder Woman like that.
But then again, since she can read your mind and already knew what you were thinking, I guess there's no reason not to be obvious.
You know that saying, "Watch where you're pointing that thing"?
At least no one can accuse The Hood of not following that advice.
This one may be my favorite because with the addition of the googly-eyes, it seems as though Dr. Doom is delivering these lines to Emma's chest.
The Hood has to get in one last ogle before he leaves the meeting.
It seems even Emma herself is not immune to her chest's charms.
Thursday, December 11, 2008
Comic Reviews in Under a Minute!
Secret Invasion : Dark Reign One-Shot
Writer - Brian Michael Bendis
Artist - Alex Maleev
Emma Frost has recurring nightmares and wears very little.
Doctor Doom is in a bad mood.
Namor stinks and is suddenly one of the ugliest men in comics. Also, he is apparently forgetful.
The Hood likes to jump around on tables and point his guns at people.
Loki is now a very pretty lady.
Norman Osborne has a plan and it involves them all sitting in a very boring room.
He also has a mystery partner that everyone is scared to mess with. Sooooo scary.
Everyone talks as though they are actors playing these parts who have never heard of the characters or who were given the most basic of information about the characters two minutes before they started shooting the scene.
Boobs are awkwardly showcased at every possible opportunity. (Hey, kids! Comics!)
Namor and Doom have super-secret plans because they are SSEBB (Super-Secret Evil Best Buddies)!
Norman Osborne is still goblin-shit insane.
Show us how you warm your voice up before the big recital, Norman..
And the verdict is?
I could not roll my eyes hard enough at this comic.
(Note: He's looking at Brainiac's wang.)
In case you didn't believe me, enjoy these actual panels from Action Comics #872.
Some are even in the appropriate context!
Comic Reviews in Under a Minute!
Action Comics #872
New Krypton - Part 7 : Brainiac Lives
Writer - Geoff Johns
Artist - Pete Woods
Superman gets mad when his wacky, just-got-here-from-out-of-town relatives kill people.
Zod's troops are dicks.
There is a group of "military monsters".
Metallo is back with a goofy new outfit!
Metallo and Reactron are KBF (Kryptonite Buddies Forever)!
Brainiac is so naked and Lex spends all his time staring at and/or touching him. (A whole new take on the old Luthor/Brainiac team-up.)
There is some fighting.
Something bad happens. (No spoilers here, folks.)
And the verdict is?
Great issue! Check it out!
UPDATE! - This was my 2,001st post.
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Tuesday, December 09, 2008
As some of you may or may not have noticed, actual content around these parts has slowed down quite a bit as of late.
Some of you may have also already deduced the reason for this, but should there any non-detectives amongst the teeming internet throngs I'll tell you that it is because most of my free-time (is that supposed to be hyphenated?) is devoted to Curt and I's webcomic, Let's Be Friends Again.
If you're reading this chances are you're already very aware and are already a fan, or at the least a visitor to said webcomic.
The picture up there is a wallpaper I made from the first panel of our latest comic that you could use for the same purpose if you so chose.
I am of the belief that this most recent comic represents the best comic artwork I have ever created as it pretty much looks (more or less) exactly how I imagined it would look when completed.
Also, I think it's pretty funny.
I mean, it's got everything.
It's got Superman being a dick in classic Silver Age style, it's got Lois Lane being brutally murdered, it's got biting commentary on what a terrible idea that DC vs Mortal Kombat game was.
What else could comic and/or video game fans want from a free webcomic?
Nothing. That's what.
So the thing is I'd like more people to see this particular comic, as I am proud of it, and I think people might enjoy it if they saw it.
And if they enjoy it, they might check out some of the others.. which they also might enjoy.
And if they enjoy several, they might keep coming back for the new comics.
And if they keep coming back for the new comics and enjoying those, then they might tell a friend or two about it, and the cycle I described above might repeat itself.
So far we at LBFA have been very fortunate to have gained an already awesome audience due to multiple linkings from such incredible internet institutions as Lying in the Gutters and SuperPunch.
We are incredibly thankful for the opportunity to be seen that this has afforded us, but we also know that there are a lot more people out there that are going to have to be convinced to come check us out.
This is where you can come into play.
I've previously had blog posts I've written here be mentioned or linked to on places like Neatorama and Blog@Newsarama.
Those were really exciting moments for me to be sure, but I've never had anything to do with whatever transpired to get those posts in front of the appropriate eyes.
So what I'm asking of you guys and gals is this : If you know how to get the appropriate eyes (comic sites, video game sites, general awesomeness sites) pointed towards that comic in particular and Let's Be Friends Again in general, I would really, really appreciate it.
I thank you for taking the time to read this, and assure you any help towards this end you can provide will not go unnoticed or be forgotten.
Monday, December 08, 2008
In honor of The Dark Knight making it's merry way to DVD tomorrow, I thought now would be as good a time as any to share Cracked.com's The 6 Most Pointlessly Elaborate Movie Murder Plots.