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Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Dude, Cows crash party, drink beer

 Boxford, Mass- Loose cows terrorize a small back yard party Sunday, and start drinking all their beer.
An innocent group of young adults were celebrating their youth in a harmless get-together with some beers. They assembled in the back yard of a dear friend, then suddenly the unthinkable happened.

A herd of angry and thirsty cows bust in on the party, they scare off guests in thuggish demeanor. The cows then began knocking over beers and drinking them off the table top with no regard for people whom paid for said beer. Fortunately a local police officer was near by, and he witnessed the horrifying event.

Boxford police Lt. James Riter spotted the mob of cows gathering in the front yard of the parties location. He started driving towards the suspicious herd when they ran for the back yard crashing the party. Riter could hear the cry's and the screaming of the mortified young adults.

Riter ran after the cows and witnessed them lapping up beer from the table and recycle bin, and he then detained the criminal cows. Their owner was contacted, and the reckless cows were herded back home. 
But memory of the beer shed will remain in minds of those guests and Lt. James Riter.

We will never forget.

Dude, Cows crash party, drink beer - Phoenix Cannabis Culture | Examiner.com

Man ties up girl to play video games

 Sometimes it's hard being a hardcore gamer, especially when the TV is a shared one. One little girl learns the hard way not to come between a gamer and his game when a Sarasota man takes matters into his own hands.

All 27-year-old Heath Howe wanted to do was play some video games, and he didn't feel it was to much to ask for a relaxing Wednesday in the "Virtual Realm". However a little girl was out to ruin Howe's afternoon by hogging the TV to watch cartoons. Seems like kids just have to get everything their own way now-a-days, and Howe was just about fed up with that.

He grabbed a rope and tied up the 4-year-old girl leaving her in the kitchen (giving her a taste of her own medicine).  As if he wasn't having a bad enough day, the police were called after the girls mother returned home, and Howe was arrested.

Heath Howe now faces a child abuse charge for tying up the 4-year-old. The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office reports the little girl had bruises and rope marks on her arms and legs, and she had been tied up in the kitchen until her mother and a friend returned home from the gym. She told deputies that Howe tied her up on previous occasions to play video games. 

Howe was released from jail Friday on a $100,000 bail and awaiting court.

He still has not been able to simply play his game. Don't allow this to happen to you, don't tie up little kids, bribe them instead.

Man ties up girl to play video games - Phoenix Video Game | Examiner.com

Minecraft pocket edition downloaded almost 2 million times

 Minecraft has become extremely popular after becoming a huge success on the PC. The game became an instant indie sensation, Minecraft is create your own world, or build-'em-up game that allows players to make their own world using patterned blocks and various items. Players can then share their world online and invite others to play.

Minecraft's huge success isn't much of a surprise, in a world of uncreative films, TV, music and repetitive video games, it's nice to escape and use some creativity for a change, and Minecraft sure delivers. Sales of the game prove audiences crave something different.

Since the release of the pocket edition of Minecraft on iOS and Android, it has been downloaded 1.8 million times from the app stores, this indie hit sure gives Angry Birds a run for it's money.

The Xbox Live Arcade version of the title has been downloaded approximately 1.6 million times, and an estimated 6 million times on PC, making the game a viral sensation. With the pocket edition on a fast rise, the game will be guaranteed to stick around awhile and grow. The mobile version will also receive updates expanding the Minecraft world on the go.

Get your mobile version of Minecraft pocket edition today, from the App Store and Google Play for $6.99.

Minecraft pocket edition downloaded almost 2 million times - Phoenix Video Game | Examiner.com

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Double Dragon: Neon to beat up consoles soon

 "Crap a Bobo, lets gang up him". Wayforward Technologies (Contra 4) and Majesco are working together to bring us an updated old favorite. Now retro game fans can re-live the fight with Double Dragon: Neon.

Return to the mean streets as the famous beat-em-up duo the Lee brothers. Play as Billy and Jimmy as they fight through the levels of the street criminal underground to save Marian. Marian was abducted by the villain Skullmageddon (Great Name), and just like most 80s games, that's all it takes to get just two guys ticked off enough to take down your entire criminal organization. Now Billy and Jimmy must battle some of the baddest thugs to get back their shared love interest.
The game is a blend of 3D graffics in a 2D side-scrolling format and game-play. Just like previous Double Dragon games, the play will use martial arts and weapon-based combat to take down enemies. Players will able to use combo attacks and co-op attacks like jump attacks and holding enemies for your partner. Old favorites have made a comeback too, for example: the spinning kick move, throws, knee to the face and flying knee.

Players will also get pick up weapons to use, both ranged and melee. Weapons include, knives, swords, whips, baseball, throwing knives, grenades, chains and much more.  It has everything the classic had, plus new ways to street beat down a thug.

The theme of Double Dragon: Neon will feel like an 80's street crime genre with dark alleys, warehouses, mean ghetto streets and neon lighting. The environment is just the finishing touch to the tongue and cheek parody of the retro world.

Double Dragon: Neon is Developed by WayForward Technologies and Published by Majesco for download on PS3 and Xbox Live Arcade. The Double Dragon series are all side scroller beat-em-up fighting games, and Neon is no exception. It will be available to purchase and download Jul 31, 2012.

Prepare to re-live an old classic in a new way, strap up your gloves for Double Dragon: Neon.

Double Dragon: Neon to beat up consoles soon - Phoenix Video Game | Examiner.com

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Illustrated Laughing Squares

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Alex Webb Show

Ok before anything, These videos are just a joke. I feel it is obvious that these aren't meant to be taken seriously. However I had these up on another site, and for some reason they thought there was some sort of meaning behind them. I literally had people message me and say things like, " You don't know what your talking about, the imagination is safe" and "I was unaware that my child's imagination was so much of a threat." I was even called an asshole and a jerk. lol, It's just a funny thing I did, so I don't get it. Please just enjoy it, and know this OBVIOUSLY isn't REAL!!!! 


Alex Webb discusses "The Nothing" with guest Douglas Neil. It is all around you, so watch over your shoulder.


About Video: Alex Webb has guest Doug Neil on to talk about the harms of the imagination, and how it ties in with the Nothing (from a previous episode).

Monday, May 7, 2012

Call of Duty: Black Ops II shows the future of war

 It's time to get ready for the next Black Ops and fans couldn't be more happy. This time the series is making a leap into the future to give us a glimpse of the wars fought tomorrow.

The sequel to the blockbuster hit Call of Duty: Black Ops is on it's way just in time for Christmas. Call of Duty: Black Ops II is the upcoming first-person shooter set in a near futuristic warfare type setting, which is a bit different from Black Ops cold war setting. But this time there's a new cold war between the US and China, and no one wants to see this happen more, then the fans.

The game begins sometime during the 80s in the Cold War era (Setting during Black Ops), and sets up the storyline of a chain of events that lock the United States and China in war. The game quickly progresses to the year 2025, Raul Menendez (primary antagonist), provokes a war between China and the USA after a cyber-attack shuts down the Chinese Stock Exchange. This leads to China banning the export of rare elements and goods to the United States. Now it's up to protagonists (The Player), Alex Mason and son David Mason to fight between two different eras in time to bring down Menendez.

The game will play much like other games in the Call of Duty series, and it will have single player, co-op and multiplayer modes. The warfare is in a futuristic setting including unmanned assault vehicles, ground robots, remote attacks and other future warfare technology. Black Ops II will be the first game in the series to feature branching storylines, certain actions by the player effect the outcome of both the missions and the over all story, giving the game even more replay value which is always a plus.

Call of Duty: Black Ops II is the ninth game in the Call of Duty franchise and is expected to hit retail in November of this year, developed by Treyarch and published by Activision. It will be available for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and the PC. Prepare to gear up and fight the future of war in Call of Duty: Black Ops II.

Of course the Zombie Mode will be returning and lots of new features can be expected, aim for the head.

Call of Duty: Black Ops II shows the future of war - Phoenix Video Game | Examiner.com