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Oh, and I don't necessarily want someone pointing a laser at my eye. Do you remember the recent Final Destination? You know, when the laser turned on high power and burned straight through the woman's eye? Yeah, no lasers for me
Another option is to learn Russian
I know, I have absolutely no idea what happened to those pictures. I stood still, focused the camera, and shot with a steady hand. For some reason, the pics wanted to go all "red-cyan-3d" on me. But, yes, I had a great time
What did you do to those harry potter pictures? They're horrid, it feels like motion sickness in a picture. I hope you had a nice time though.
To the other 20%, disregard this.
Last weekend I went to Islands of Adventure (Universal Studios) in Orlando, Florida for the first time. I never wanted to go into that park before because I was never a fan of roller coasters. But, since I enjoy them now, I decided to pay the extra dollar and see some new sights. Anyway, here are some pictures:
HP World (you know, the one you care about):
The Hulk (green) and Rip-Rocket-Whatever (red) coasters (these were FUN):
Misc. (in other words, pictures that are so random they don't fit in the categories above):
Too soon, but too funny
Hehehe, that was funny.
All joking aside though, I really will miss the guy. He was a true inspiration to me, and my heart was broken when I found out he died. I looked up to the man, and he will be remembered probably for the majority of my life due to his impact on it. I kinda sum it up in here:
Curb Your Enthusiasm
Everybody Loves Raymond
Red vs. Blue (not really a TV show, but it's presented like one!)
Lost (when it was still on)
I still like these shows, but they're never on anymore
The Wild Thorneberries
The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy
^The 4 best cartoons ever made, cancelled. My parents loved these shows as well
EDIT: I almost forgot! Catscratch
Oh, and on a side note, all previous creations will not be posted on the YouTube channel. To see them, use the links below:
The 1st: http://www.youtube.c...player_embedded
The 2nd: (Pass: action1)
A ) the video was uploaded by some YouTube user, not Anonymous.
B ) Anonymous' official website (www.anonops.blogspot.com) shows absolutely no sign of the video. Anonymous likes to publicly show there latest hacks.
C ) Anonymous never gives their prey time to prepare for the hack. In other words, they hack, then release a video/statement about the hack.
D ) if it was true (Facebook selling info) then the FBI would be all over it.
E ) Anonymous videos aren't grainy. They're professional.
End result: some guy who hates Facebook but envies Anonymous wants to feel like he's apart of the organization. It's very easy to copy an Anonymous video
I find it funny that the first rioters used the shooting as an excuse to riot, and then people started jumping onboard afterwards just because. I always wonder what goes on in people's heads, and I want to know, more than anything, what those men and women were thinking when they joined the riots.
To stop the riots, use force. The rioters are using the riots as a way to profit, and, since most probably have families, they will stop at the slightest hint of danger. So, storm into the rioting crowds with batons and tear gas and anything else that they have. The army can't do anything, because they can't shoot the rioters. They would only be there for intimidation, but people have brains. The rioters would realize not to worry about the army. Like everyone said, force is the only way to stop the rioters.
I truly hope everything will get better, and to everyone affected, I'm sorry and you're in my thoughts.
The Lonely Island is an American comedy troupe and band composed of Akiva "Kiv" Schaffer, Jorma "Jorm" Taccone, and David Andrew "Andy" Samberg, best known for their comedic music. Originally from Berkeley, California, the group is currently based in New York City. The group broke out due to their collective work from 2005–2011 on Saturday Night Live. Samberg and Schaffer continue to work at the show, with occasional input from Taccone.
Once on the show, they wrote "Lazy Sunday", a music parody video that became an instant hit on YouTube. Following the success of this digital short, the group produced the Emmy-winning "Dick in a Box", "Jizz in My Pants", "Like a Boss", and the Grammy-nominated "I'm on a Boat", which have subsequently had huge success both on SNL and on the internet, and prompted the release of the 2009 album, Incredibad. In 2011, the group released their second album, Turtleneck & Chain, which featured songs from such SNL digital shorts as "I Just Had Sex," "The Creep," and "Jack Sparrow".
Here are my favorite songs, broken down into three categories. Enjoy:
My favorite "all-around" LI song:
My favorite "Feat." LI song:
My favorite "comical" LI song:
What are your thoughts?
Ugh, FINALLY someone with the same view as me! I hate the Treyarch CoDs. I find them to be very childish compared to the Modern Warfare variants which seem, well, mature.
The only Call of Duty's I like are the Modern Warfare's.
I can't wait for MW3 because it is MW. But, as others said, I will probably be playing BF3 more. At least online.