Cyberdevil! (directbeats.com) It's a... Wednesday. I wrote this on Monday though.
Somedays are shit, I want to spit a rhyme so I spit
Sit down! Or you can stand round stand or sit
Whatever fits, whatever way you want to live
Don't let me steer your way don't let me haunt you kid
I'm not a monster I've just got so many project bids
Can't decide which I'm to squander with this day
I don't get rich pay but I've got rich taste
I live in a rich place... nature's so rich on space
I take my fist and pump it through the airwaves
Slice them up like I'm Blade I wade
Through the darkness to get to my oasis
It's a run down Earth man, could use a face lift
Taste and savor what you hear when you hear this
It's so fly aye it'll make your ears lift
Why am I wasting punchlines on this mere skit
When I could be making mixtapes with tasty ear-hits
Listen to your speaker listen through your ear-bits
Or through your speakers, this speaker's always here and wary
And hairy, it's in my genes
It's a new year soon twothousandsixteen...
What should I show you apart from my nice eyebrows?
What new vows should I make to rise up proud?
What new sounds can I promise that I'll boom?
Whatever obstacles will I plow through till nigh's June?
I get a new high every summer, I wonder...
If I can make my winters feels like summer
Sometimes the snow feels so high I'm going under
I just drift away, away to blissful days away to wonder
To wander the ways of down under
Deep down in my mind where I pummel (suddle chimes)
I'll make it either a nine or a ten my friend
Winter, creeps up again, it's so very dark
It's so scary, will I draw my last straw
berries better last all year cause what else is there
To cherish, but these Blueberries
The winter's nearly here I feel it sinking through the air it's nightmarish
But I'm OK I got my hearing aids, my headphones
Spend days letting them just blare away
I'm nearing an age when I feel I need to get someplace
I need to move out, and get some space but I'm
I'm still living with my parents
When people ask I answer kind of embarrassed
But in some cultures people live like this for far more years
So why do I flush when I tell my peers I'm here?
I got a job and I've got problems and I solve them
The world keeps revolving
My world keeps dissolving, it keeps sinking down now
I've got a frown like the ground now, but it don't matter with New Grounds round
And these creative arts, it's where I place my heart! 5x
A jocund flame swallows up the cold, cold streams of outside air. The holidays are coming, and everyone begins to feel a little more generous, a little more kind, and a little bit giddy. We're feeling it too, because this time around, winter came to GOG.com before it was cool...
...and so it begins! GOG's grand winter sale, conveniently timed for the most coldest, darkest, most depressing time of the year when you are at most in need of new pastimes, or if not, maybe just that accomplishing sense of material ownership that comes with owning said titles.
Basically, this is the best time of the year to sell! And the worst time to buy. I can't recall if there's been a winter sale like this before, but so far I am enjoying it. Maybe a bit too much.
As a very basic attempt at keeping at least you from buying things you don't need, and since their Fall has just barely passed, I won't post a link this time. But JSYK: It's on.
Here's a quick cheat sheet I threw together to differentiate between the four Indiana Jones movies so far. Order of items of interest: main nationalities, villains, the girl, the spectacular death, locations, sceneries; other notables.
1 - Raiders Of The Lost Ark (1981)
- Death by melting
- South America and Cairo (and a little Nepal)
- Deserts and Ruins (and a little deep jungle)
- The one with the monkey
2 - The Temple Of Doom (1984)
- Death by crushing
- India (and a little Shanghai)
- Tunnels and Temples (and a little dry jungle)
- The one with the Asian kid
3 - The Last Crusade (1989)
- Indiana's Dad
- Death by greed
- Europe (and a little US)
- Catacombs and Castles (and a little prairie)
- The one with the flashback
4 - Kingdom Of Crystal Skull (2008)
- All sorts of people
- Marion again
- Indiana's Son
- Death by knowledge
- Peru and Brazil (and a little Nevada)
- Tropics and Exotics (and a little awesome)
- How to survive a nuclear blast
It's pretty cool how this franchise runs parallel with our time. Progressing, but never to the present. Always a step behind. Events from the past, but always more present than the former.
The fourth Indiana Jones movie ties back to the first one perfectly! They're back at the warehouse again, back to fighting Nazis (I guess they were back to that in the third one too), and back on track with Marion - from which both second and third deviated. Indiana isn't Bond after all, there's room for more than the one, but in the end the one's the one, right?
I'm also really happy they introduced Shia LaBeouf in this one! He's a welcome sight. Great actor. Fits right in. Looks a lot like the early Indiana too, and I still feel like this movie had the most convincing set of villains, and a pretty damn awesome introduction with the warehouse robbery/nuclear test site. Also pretty cool how they manage to bring back the 1950s atmosphere even in this day and age! It can't have been quite as difficult forty years ago, in the 1980 (when the first movie was made)s.
One notable difference between this movie and the others is that here: the treasure in unknown. In the others they're always searching for something that has a definite link to history, but this time it's not so. It's all the more awesome, though in difference from the previous this one didn't win an Oscar! So... maybe people dislike the potential twist for fiction. Which would be odd, since interpretations of historic relics in the previous have never been without elements of the supernatural. One more difference between this and the previous: Communists instead of Nazis.
Of course, this will probably never become the same cult classic as the originals, but it's not bad. I'm surprised people don't see as much in this as I did. Harrison Ford may be growing old, but if this ends up being his final play as Indiana, it was an impressive finale! And the CGI was all but mediocre too.
What are you do disappointed with, people? How does this not stand on par or more with most of the entertainment being made today? I liked it; I am hoping and looking forward to a fifth! And so forth! In whatever form it takes; whatever main character it features
rated 4/5: fo shizzle