Thursday, May 24, 2012

Love: Evil Party Trick

This is a little something my dad showed me as a kid. It's a great party trick, and can be used to creep out unsuspecting Christians.

All you need is a piece of paper and some scissors.

first thing, take your paper and fold the corner down, like so


Then fold the other corner down, like making a paper airplane

and just like a paper airplane, fold it in half

Now, we are goign to cut it into thirds, first the top of the "wings" get cut off

The cut whats left in half

This gives u three sections

Now, take the bottom piece, the one to the left, and put it aside, just focusing on the first two piles we made, unfold these

We end up with this, these will form letters!

Pull out the two "L" shapes first....the rest of the shapes with form an "H" and a "E" whats that spell???????

HELL!!!!! now take that piece we set aside earlier, can u guess what that unfolds to make????


An upside down cross! Isn't it cute....

You Gotta Read It: The Walking Dead...Rise of the Governor


This book was amazing! The book was written by Robert Kirkman (the man, the myth, the legend) and Jay Bonansinga (his debut novel The Black Mariah was a finalist for a Bram Stoker award ooooo..... ahhhhhh) and I read this shit in two sittings, that's how good it was.

Those of you familiar with the Walking Dead comic book series will recognize the "Governor", the crazy, cut throat, torturing rapist, diesal ass mofo in charge of the town of Woodburry. Well, this book is the story of how he becomes the Governor, not just in name but in mind, body, and soul (or the lack there of).

The story chronicles the hardships of four men and a little girl, (well at least that's how many begin the journey) from the very beginning of the plague that turns people into flesh hungry zombies, as the group travels into and out of Atlanta, into the country side for a stay, then off to the discovery of the crumbling town of Woodbury.

It is nonstop action and shows one man's decent into madness, another man's struggle with loyalty and righteousness, and another man's struggle with his own cowardliness and weakness; all the while trying to keep a little girl safe, sane, and feed. Full of gains and losses, bad mistakes and near misses, opportunities and twists of fate, and of course tons of blood, guts, and gore.

This is not a STAND ALONE and it ends with you wanting more! However, the next book in the series; The Walking Dead: The Road to Woodbury is not being released until fucking October. BBLLLLLLAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHH

Monday, May 14, 2012

You Gotta See It: The Woman

I watched  this tonight on netflix, and it was so good! I found out after watching it that it's actually a squeal to a movie called Offspring. But I watched "The Woman" and totally enjoyed it without having seen the first one. The movie begins with this creepy dude finding a feral woman in the woods, he captures her, takes her home to his family, ties her up in a shed with the goal of trying to civilize her (or so he clams). Then all hell breaks lose!
The actress who plays the "woman" (Pollyanna McIntosh) embodies the role so freaking well. Her body language, and her facial expressions, everything, is just perfect. She is a amazon of a woman, she is fucking wild!!!! totally in love with her.
The quality of the film is really good too. Who ever was in charge of the lighting, is a fucking genius. There's one scene at the beginning where the woman is in a cave, and only her eyes and the bridge of her nose are visible, its so primal. In another scene, the mother (played by Angela Bettis, you know May!!! love her!!!) anyway in this one scene she kind of slinks up from the back ground into her daughters room and its soooo fucking creepy, just because of the way its lit.
The sound track is weird though, it's one of those movies where the music at first doesn't seem to really match whats going on, but then you realize it makes the scenes even more thrilling by the strange juxtaposition. The ending is pretty fucking classic too, throwing a real twist on everything. Now I have GOT to see the first one, and hope there will be a third!
UPDATE: I turn on Chiller and behold, they are playing Offspring AND the woman, back to back. So I get to watch the offspring, however, it's all the T&A is blurred out....boooooo.....but it was pretty good, not as good as the sequel, but alright. much more low budget and the cinematography isn't as good, but its got some cool parts.

Saturday, May 5, 2012

You Gotta See It: The Divide

We rented this movie last night from redbox and I thought it was pretty awesome. It's one of those movies where the whole time you're urging the main character to just KILL EVERYONE! The plot of the movie is simple, a nuclear bomb is dropped in a city, a group of strangers end up together in a bomb shelter in the basement of their apartment building, add in some creepy military government plot that causes these people to be locked in, and mofo's start getting crazy and start suffering from fallout, shit gets intense. The movie's point is to show how desperate people will do desperate things, and people will grasp for power and control over others when in a shitty situaton they have no power or control over. Makes you question, were these people crazy to begin with or does their environment make them so? Would you fall in line, bow down, even give your body to those stronger than you, even if its for protection, for food, or for peace. Would you do your share of the dirty work? In the end are you just as self-serving and cutthroat as those you condemn?

Friday, May 4, 2012

Eat Me: Salad

The easiest, yet most delicious salad you could EVER make is so simple even I can do it. All you need is:
  • Strawberries sliced
  • Spinach

  • Red Onion sliced
  • Olive Oil
  • Balsamic Vinegar (a good bottle)
  • Salt and Sugar (pinch of each)

Place the strawberries and onion in a bowl and sprinkle with salt and sugar. Pour some balsamic over it then some oil. Taste. Add oil and/or balsamic as needed to make the dressing, just keep tasting it so u don't get it too oily. Toss it, and pour over a bed of fresh spinach.... And enjoy!!!

You can also do a simple citrus salad just as easy but instead of strawberries use mandarin oranges that come in those little cups and instead of balsamic use red wine vinegar and a splash of the liquid from the orange cup. Just don't use any sugar or salt. Throw in the red onion and pour over spinach.