Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Cheap IPhones


What did Onyx say? Bootlegging Mfers stealing my tape, you get shot!

So China has a big thing about bootlegging Iphones, Samsungs and Nokia. Best of all, they don't even try to hide it. They call them Hi-Phones, Somsungs, and Nckia. HAHAHAHAHA...

I gotta admit this reminds me of that Simpson's episode where Lisa gets a MyPod.

Seriously, this is wrong, and hard working American's are losing money to this..............

however if anyone is in China....

just saying, my bday is May 9th. That's all.

Sunday, April 26, 2009

F My Life


No, seriously...this is a site about people telling pathetic stories about their lives. How am I even able to find stuff this great on the internet? Here's a little dose of what you could be reading:

Today, I was at a pool party. Standing outside of the pool, I was hesitant about taking my shirt off. A girl in the pool shouted "Hey, you're not the only fat one here, don't feel bad!". I was worried about what my friends would think of my new bellybutton ring, I don't think I'm fat. FML

What's that German word about getting pleasure from other's misery? Oh yeah, it's fmylife.com, lol

Monday, April 20, 2009

Describe "Rich"


I forgot I never posted this unintentionally hilarious article about how Wall Street people can't survive in NYC on 500k. It really makes you think about that song Mo Money Mo Problems. I guess if you don't know now you know...person.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

iPod Shuffles for only $21.77!!!


That is if you build it...

Sorry about the false advertising. Apple's little engine that could, the Ipod Shuffle, only costs $21.77 to make. Now while a new Ipod Shuffle only costs $79 so that's a profit of $57.23.

Honestly, The US Treasury Department should just give Apple their own printing press because they're just raking in dough like crazy. Kind of sad when I think about how I hated my Macintosh in 1995 because I couldn't buy the new Tie-Fighter game because Lucas Arts didn't give a crap about Apple. How times change.

Saturday, April 11, 2009

Slang O' The Day


Yesterday I was wondering, "who are the dynamic people in charge of the new slang whenever it comes out?" How do these things catch on with the masses? Is it organic, or is it some evil yuppie in corporate America who is pulling the strings like some kind of Illuminati? Slang.otheday.com may not have the answers but it's fun anway.

I tried to invent my own work in 1994. It was called "pharkus." It mean dork and loser. I just kept calling people that and eventually it caught on with my people. Unfortunately summer vacation came, and the next year all the magic was gone. Maybe it's time to bring it back...

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Barnes and Noble Rumored to have an ereader


Okay, there's fashionably late, but Barnes and Noble is just on CP time. Great move if they thought of this in 2004, but with Kindle already steamrolling through the digital book market, like the the Ipod it's going to be hell to catch up.

I hope Barnes and Noble is doing okay though because that's the only place an American can go to read a book, not pay, and act like it's an entitlement too.

Easter Treats


Dude, it's a cake shaped like an egg. In the words of Gob from Arrested Development, "Come On!"

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Updates for iTunes 8.1.1


MacLife talks about the upgrades to the world's leading digital media service iTunes 8.1.1. Nothing major, but there's always room for improvement.

Monday, April 6, 2009

Pixar's Potential


A good friend of mine said the reason Pixar hasn't had a big box office failure is because they're not trying hard enough.

This is an interesting article wondering about Pixar's potential with their next film Up. While sure to be a good movie, it discusses demographics that won't be hit, and how Pixar continues to push the envelope with less mainstream movies. Time will tell if Pixar knows best as their new film debuts on May 29th.

Saturday, April 4, 2009

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Custom Sneakers (Tennis Shoes)


You never have to worry about not finding the perfect pair of shoes anymore with nikeid.com. Nike never promotes this great concept which I find mind-bending. You go on the site, pick out the frame, colors, and style, then 3 weeks later they show up at your house. You can even put your name on the sides of your shoes. Even if you don't want to buy, you can design shoes and bags all day, so help yourself.