We all love Netflix. It’s cheap and easy. It’s much less than the average person’s coffee budget (I think?), and it offers hours upon hours of programming for those seeking entertainment, or just a way to kill a few hours. Well, it’s Halloween season, obviously, and we have to keep a look out on horror. It’s hard to narrow down what to watch during this time period, but never fear! Netflix and I have got you covered. And with this entry, we look at television. Oh child! This will keep you busy!
My birthday has already happened, it was last Monday, in fact. You didn’t get me anything. It’s cool, I guess… No, it’s fine. Seriously. Anyway, this isn’t a beg list or anything, this is simply a place for me to get my head straight on certain things that I’m wanting. It’s like a to-do list, but more of a to-buy, which sounds insanely materialistic, but hey, “we’re living in a material world, and I am a material girl.. or boy…” You know, it’s been way too long since I’ve seen The Wedding Singer. Sorry for the stream of consciousness thing.
A couple of weeks ago, I sat down and made a list of things I would change or add to the WWE Network. While I still have some complaints, like the inability to resume a program that you’re watching, there are some seriously awesome things about the WWE Network for a hardcore wrestling fan.
The WWE Network provides a bevy of content available at the whims of the American wresting fan. The WWE gives its subscribers the ability to watch every single Pay Per View ever produced by WWE, WCW, and ECW. It showcases older programming produced by these companies, as well as providing original content created by the WWE that are now exclusive to The Network. Below are some of my favorite parts of the On Demand/Streaming service for a $10 monthly fee. (more…)
From the moment the WWE Network was announced, I knew that somehow, someway, I’d be figuratively getting my hands on it. For those that don’t know, the WWE Network is an online streaming and on demand channel that allows access to most of everything that professional wrestling powerhouse WWE has in their vast library. While the WWE Network includes all pay-per views from WCW, ECW, and WWE, it’s missing some things.
Here are several things that I would like to see from the WWE Network.
A friend posed a challenge to myself and others on Facebook over the past few days about which albums that have stuck with you over the years. I took this to mean albums that you go back to over and over again that never seem to wear on you or get old. Originally, the list was supposed to consist of only 12 entries, but since I’m a rebel, I went ahead and made it 15.
The albums keep pouring out. I’m a big album guy, so it wasn’t hard to come up with 12, 15, 20, 30 albums (I ended up with 61). It’s crazy, and there wasn’t enough space to excuse me keeping on adding albums and taking up more and more space on people’s feeds. So, I’m going to do that here, instead.
I was gathered amongst some companions earlier, and the topic of comic books and comic book creators came up. One of my favorites, Jack Kirby, was brought up in regards to the Fantastic Four and Dr. Doom, and I mentioned that Jack Kirby’s headstone is one of the few I’d want to visit of a, not necessarily pop culture icon or celebrity but more like a historical figure.
This got me thinking, what headstones would I actually want to make a point of visiting before I am placed in front of one, myself. I thought that this might make an interesting look at who I am and what inspired me the most as a human being. Morbid, I know, but it still seems like a decent idea. (more…)
I completely understand that you may not even care about this, but this is my place where I go to spout of things that I am thinking about, and right now? Right now, I’m thinking about CDs, records, or MP3 albums that I absolutely must buy to add to my ever growing music library. So what kind of music am I wanting to listen to and buy? Well, it’s just like me.. eclectic.
1. Lorde – Pure Heroin (Vinyl LP, CD/MP3): Much like everyone else, I’ve been wanting to get this since I first heard “Royals.” I’ve seen videos of her talking about her inspirations, and I recognize the cool combination of the best of hip-hop, soul, and pop music influence to create what, to me, sounds like something completely new and refreshing. So, it’s with this that I need to her the complete album. I’m always searching for something that sounds new, and this seems to be one of the newer albums that stands out to me.