Monday, February 28, 2011

Are hot women going to stay in CA in its disasterious state?

Currently, the highest percentage of hottest women are in California (with the highest population) I've been wondering where to get a hot girlfriend in the United States. The ones around in Wisconsin are all average / below average in appearance and like Rap music. I'm sure the hottest Californians are moving Eastward to states such as Texas. I have people tell me, the hot ones are always more high-maintenance.

Comrade Sheila Kuehl of Los Angeles wants a single payer healthcare system. If comrades gets their way, Americans and illegals will flee California. Doctors will see less patience was their pay goes down. I miss that old law that requires citizens to mark "the applicant is not a communist action organization or a communist front".

Down in Texas, specifically Dallas, Ft. Worth and Arlington, women in some bars are really great looking (8 and above is the rumor), and you require no degree to flirt with them. I've heard stories they talk to you as soon as 10 minutes. All the hot women enjoy Country down in Texas. None of the rap loving ugly ones like around in Wisconsin, and this has been surveyed at big parties where women of all walks of life would turn up at. I walked around in Wisconsin for 12 years, and I don't seem to remember an excellent quantity of pretty women walking around.

Hardcore fans stop watching anime at around 45!

It took me a while to find someone who knew the exact age, but it seems to start at age 45, and I'm 25 right now. Judging by MyAnimeList, Half my anime is NR-17 so it is great to know that I didn't waste my money on teenage hobbies. Fans now say anime is better then cop dramas, or most tv series or sporting events. Go figure. I don't know if I should believe them, but I know my parents would watch Pawn Stars or American Pickers. My anime collection gets better scores at Internet Movie DataBase. Both are great shows, I give them both an 8 out of 10.

Sunday, February 27, 2011

Rock Paper Sissors

i understand how scissors can beat paper, and i get how a rock can beat scissors, but there's no fuckin way paper can beat rock. is paper supposed to magically wrap around rock and leave it immobile? why the hell can't paper do this to scissors? screw scissors, why can't paper do this to people? why aren't sheets of college ruled notebook paper constantly suffocating students as they take notes in class? i'll tell you why, because paper can't beat anybody. a rock would tear that shit up in 2 seconds. when i play rock paper scissors, i always choose rock. then when somebody claims to have beaten me with their paper i can punch them in the face with my already clenched fist and say, oh shit i'm sorry, i thought paper would protect you, you bitch

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Nationalized Healthcare the Five Years Plan?

2009 - 2014. The Supreme Court should get this one right!

USAA is a nice place to work

I saw a bumper sticker of USAA in Woodbury with a Minnesotan license plate. Information Technology section is gravy.

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Playstation Portable 2 is more bang-4-buck over 3DS

If the games are going to be priced at 3DS levels ($40) or the Playstation Portable 2 cost $50 more ($300), this would theoretically make PSP2 a better deal over Nintendo 3DS. What needs to happen is any good 3DS title gets ported over to PSP2. The PSP2 has one more core than the Xbox 360, more RAM (1 GB GDDR3) than Xbox 360, a gpu that does possibly openGL 3.2 (PS3 does openGL 2), TV hookups (3DS don't do this), games on SD cards!, OLCD screen. PSP 2 may have WiFi chat, Gecko engine web browsing, PSnetwork chat, mp4, m4a, mp3, slideshow, ebook, VoIP chat, and global positioning system software.

I get the cold hard truth that Mario sells more devices no matter how superior the tech specs are (explaining the $50 difference).

See, under dog competitors do have a few advantages. Sony will lose the console war, but PSP2 games will look so much better for $50 extra. I predict Sony is just deja-vu-ing last generation.

Friday, February 18, 2011

Top 14 anime (2011B edition)

14. Fruits Basket
13. The Twelve Kingdoms
12. Haibane Renmei
11. Nana
10. Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo
9. Dennou Coil
8. Natsume Yuujinchou
7. Sword of the Stranger
6. Moyashimon
5. Clannad ~After Story~
4. Now and Then, Here and There
3. Tengen Toppa Gurren-Lagann
2. Mushishi
1. Monster

Thursday, February 17, 2011

The Radeon 9800 XT

90% of my PC games run up to Shader Model 2.0 so they'll still run on my old Dell Dimension XPS. I found a list here. That would explain why the Radeon 9800 XT is expensive for its age. If I were to upgrade, it's cheapest to do a Radeon X1600 XT off ebay. Right now, I'm playing Fallout 3 and Dreamfall The Longest Journey (1) (2).

Top 16-bit titles

10. ActRaiser
9. Sonic CD
8. Super Castlevania IV
7. Super Mario World
6. Secret of Mana
5. Super Metroid
4. Super Mario RPG
3. Zelda: A Link to the Past
2. Final Fantasy III/VI
1. Chrono Trigger

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Best Trance CDs: 2011 edition

1. Armin Van Buuren - Universal Religion 2004

2. Sasha - John Digweed Northern Exposure III

3. Sasha and John Digweed - Northern Exposure II West/East Coast Edition

4. Sasha - Involver

5. Sasha - Global Underground 013: Ibiza

6. Sasha - Global Underground 003 San Francisco

7. Sasha - John Digweed - Northern Exposure

8. Ferry Corsten - Once Upon a Night Vol 2

9. ATB - DJ 6 in the MIx

10. Ferry Corsten - Once Upon a Night

11. Paul Oakenford - The Goa Mix

12. Markus Schulz - Miami '05

13. Markus Schulz - Ibiza '06

14. ATB - DJ In the Mix 2

15. The Thrillseekers - Nightmusic Vol 1

16. ATB - DJ In the Mix

17. The Trillseekers - Nightmusic Vol 2

18. Tiesto - In Search of Sunrise

19. Tiesto - In Search of Sunrise 2

20. Armin Van Buuren - State of Trance 500

21. Armin Van Buuren - State of Trance 550

22. Ferry Corsten - Twice in a Blue Moon

23. Tiesto - Magik 6 - Live in Amsterdam

24. Teisto - In Search of Sunrise 3

25. The Trillseekers - Nightmusic Vol 3

26. ATB DJ 3 in the Mix

27. Dash Berlin - United Destination 2011

28. Dash Berlin - United Destination 2010

29. Sasha - Airdrawndagger

30. Ferry Corsten – Live At Innercity

31. Markus Schulz - Toronto '09

32. Markus Schulz - Amsterdam '08

33. Ferry Corsten - Once Upon A Night - The Lost Tapes

34. Paul Oakenford - The Goa Mix 2011

35. ATB - DJ 5 in the Mix

36. Armin Van Buuren - Universal Religion 4

37. Armin Van Buuren - Universal Religion 3

38. Armin Van Buuren - Universal Religion Chapter 1

39. BT -ESCM

40. Markus Schulz - Las Vegas '10

41. Teisto - In Search of Sunrise 7

Getting more trance cds? Best bet is by collecting Armin Van Buuren's State of Trance annually.

42. DJ Teisto - Live at Innercity

43. Paul Oakenfold - Tranceport

44. Ferry Corsten - Right of Way

45. ATB - DJ 4 in the Mix

46. Ferry Corsten - Once Upon a Night Vol 3

47. Teisto - In Search of Sunrise 6

48. Sasha - In2volver


State of Trance Classic CDs

1. State of Trance Classics Vol. 4

2. State of Trance Classics Vol. 2

3. State of Trance Classics Vol. 1

4. State of Trance Classics Vol. 6

5. State of Trance Classics Vol. 5

6. State of Trance Classics Vol. 3