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May 24th, 2017 @ 3:06PM

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    IN RESPONSE TO: Sunday + OLD Random News

    Being an Annual Pass holder at Disneyland (even though those thefts are are at Disneyworld), I am amazed how trusting people are. They park their strollers with ALL their stuff in the bottom (keys, wallets, purses, and things they have bought) and hop on a ride. I can't excuse people for stealing, but people are dumb if they don't take care of their own stuff.

    When my kids were young, I would take a cheap cane stroller (or rent one there since they will replace it if it gets taken), and carry all our stuff with us in a back pack on the ride. It's not worth a thief's time taking a cheap ass stroller.

    Regardless, I hope that b**** gets what is coming to her.

    Posted: May 22nd, 2017 @ 9:18AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Saw Guardians of the Galaxy 2

    I saw it on Friday at Downtown Disney. Went to a 7:15 showing. I bought the tickets 20 minutes in advance and the theater was only 200 of the 500 or so seats had been sold. It surprised me, but I guess if you are going to Disneyland, you are there for the park and not so much the theater..

    It was in an Atmos theater, and it was worth it. I would easily pay for a better sound system than 3D. I actually avoid 3D and only watch it if I can't find it in 2D. That is something I wish would just die.

    Movie was great, one of my 15 y/o's favorite song is Mr. Blue Sky, so that was a great moment for her. My kids listen to older music, so they enjoyed the film more with the non-modern music that was used (like in the first).

    My friend said he felt the "funny moments" were a bit forced, though I don't agree. I am excited to see the MCU films for the rest of the year and next.

    Posted: May 8th, 2017 @ 5:14PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Wednesday Random News

    I worked at a Pizza place when I lived in Idaho and Salt Lake City when I was 14-15. We used to hand roll the pizza. I would flatten it by hand, roll the edge out, spin it to even out the middle, throw it on a pan and cut the edges in about 20-30 seconds. You actually get pretty good at spinning after doing so many during rush.

    I can do the spins in the air, behind the back and hand to hand switches (my kids are amazed at me just twirling a damp towel or square pillow), but forget the shoulder rolls. I didn't even know there was a competition for that.

    Posted: April 14th, 2017 @ 10:21PM

    Forgot to add...

    I got you beat on the years playing video games. I think I am around 42 years if you count the Sears Pong my parents bought me back in late '75 (I think that is the year).

    I have played (not owned though) almost every system since.

    Posted: April 10th, 2017 @ 8:19PM

    If you didn't play Shadow of Mordor, that was pretty good, and it is on sale for $10.

    I don't THINK you have a PS4, but Nier and Horizon: Zero Dawn was pretty amazing. Nier is on the PC too. It plays well, and you get a decent 3 plays out of it for the full story.

    I have always preferred the Xbox over the Play Station (mostly because I hate the controller for the Playstation), but I have to admit they do have better games at the moment.

    Posted: April 10th, 2017 @ 8:15PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Saturday Random News and OLD news

    Chuck Norris link broken.
    Posted: April 10th, 2017 @ 1:29PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: I like

    I get the first 2, but not sure what people see in Emma Stone.

    I don't see a redeeming quality in her from the way she talks to the way she looks. I swear she has a lisp, or maybe the way she forms her words is just very lazy, not sure.

    I can't blame anyone for liking who they like, beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. Some people can't understand why I find Milla Jovovich so pretty.

    Posted: April 9th, 2017 @ 7:19PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Pack of 4 Cat Killing Coyotes, WTB Gun

    I hate to be the deliverer of bad news, but you spelled Urban wrong on your video thumbnail.

    "I want all those fuckers dead."

    Me too, I hate cats. :-)

    Posted: March 30th, 2017 @ 1:12PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Celeb deaths of 2017

    You can add Chuck Barris (from the Gong Show) to this list. :/

    I used to watch that when I was a kid with my family. He was pretty funny.

    Posted: March 22nd, 2017 @ 11:42AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: What's In The Lake?

    There's always the Santa Ana River. You could probably find lots of "Interesting" things around that tent city in Anaheim.
    Posted: March 13th, 2017 @ 9:28PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Metal Detecting: I found a crack pipe / Marijuana Container

    The last house we rented I found a glass crack pipe above the built in entertainment center. I was actually fixing it for the owner because it was sagging just a bit, and looking at it a tad bit crooked was driving me nuts. As I was pushing the edge into place the pipe fell out into my hands.

    This wasn't a low rent place either, the house was a 2800 Sq. Foot 4 Bed house that in CA goes for about 900k.

    Anyway, that is my story and I am sticking to it. :-)

    EDITED: 2017-03-14 15:18:25

    Posted: March 13th, 2017 @ 9:26PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Nintendo Switch

    Not sure about that Killer6600. It didn't work so well for Sega. I know they would have way less over head.

    Maybe if the Switch fails they will get a clue and only make software, I know I would love to play any of the Nintendo franchises, but I haven't in years because I haven't owned anything Nintendo.

    Posted: March 4th, 2017 @ 10:16AM

    Also that person riding their bike in the crosswalk makes it that much more painful. I love to see those people get tickets for riding there. They are either supposed to ride across the street or walk it through the crosswalks.
    Posted: March 3rd, 2017 @ 12:16PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Nintendo Switch

    Wii was pretty bad too. Commercially it was a success, but my friend said it was like a bread maker appliance. When you first get it, you are pretty excited and use it a lot, and you maybe use it when you are getting guests. But mostly it just sits there and collects dust.

    If they would only get the 3rd party support like MS and Sony have, it would be a better machine to get. I'm not even talking about exclusives, even the cross platform games would help it out. The first party games like Zelda, Metroid, and Mario, while great (this new Zelda is getting phenomenal reviews), can only carry the system so far.

    I know at least 3 families that bought the Wii. When the honeymoon was over, they kind of regretted their choice. Some of them were casual players that would have never bought a console and ran out and bought the Wii because they played it at a friends house. The stopped playing and said they weren't going to ever buy another system again. I personally think that is why the WiiU did so bad.

    Switch may have a chance, but after playing Zelda, is there anything else that you would want to play? Are you going to have to wait for that next big title? Do you really want to spend $360 to play ONLY Zelda?

    When friends ask me about it, I tell them to wait for the next BIG game to come out, pay a bit less for Zelda (and maybe the Switch itself) and at least you will have 2 big games to play right off the bat. Let the early adopters pay for it.

    Posted: March 3rd, 2017 @ 12:14PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Facebook

    If that was in reference to what I said...

    I didn't say my experience was shit. It just drew me out of the real world too much, and I was quite a bit happier when I got off of it. It really was a shock to the system if you use it a lot. So while it wasn't shit, it did make me happier to get off of it.

    A lot of problem with Facebook is people are looking for numbers. I guess they find it nice to have that +xxx number of friends when most of them are really just acquaintances.

    I have sat with people (that are real friends) that are always looking for the 'likes', or feel disappointing when people don't respond. They are constantly looking at their phones when there are a bunch of non-boring people they are eating with.

    So I can't say the experience or the people I was friends with were exactly shit, but it did turn people into shit.

    Last, Facebook is not free, there is a product, and you are the product. I don't have to go into details here as it has been said many times before. You can argue that smart phones pretty much do that already, but that is just another vector of documentation on your life.

    These are the things that make me NOT want Facebook.

    Posted: March 1st, 2017 @ 2:40PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Facebook

    There is a 3rd option:

    Delete your account and never use Facebook again.

    Posted: February 28th, 2017 @ 1:42PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Celeb deaths of 2017

    I'm surprised you haven't posted Bill Paxton yet. "Game over man, game over!!!"
    Posted: February 26th, 2017 @ 5:01PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: My Amazon Reviews

    I sometimes wonder if Waterworld got a bad rap because, at the time, that was the most expensive movie ever made and people expected it to be the second coming. Too high of expectations can really ruin a movie.

    I don't think it was that GREAT, but I don't think it deserves all the hate it has received.

    EDITED: 2017-02-26 17:03:18

    Posted: February 25th, 2017 @ 7:09PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Saturday Random News

    "She also beats me and tells me I suck at my job if that helps win you over."

    Hey, whatever you do behind closed doors is your business. I shouldn't have passed judgement. :-)

    Posted: February 25th, 2017 @ 7:07PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Thursday Politics

    I read the stuff you post. I don't say it enough, but thank you.
    Posted: February 25th, 2017 @ 1:18PM

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