Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Wooooo, I'm feeling good this morning, besides the fact I'm a little sick with a cold, listening to some good music makes any morning. Into the Wild, a book adaptation about the true story of Chris McCandless who after graduating in 1990 with high grades from Emory University decided to ceased communicating with his family, give away his savings of approximately $25,000 to Oxfam and begin traveling, later abandoning his car, all to someday arrive to Alaska. I watched this with my love via phone as I have with all the movies I've talked about on here, and we began talking about his decision of leaving the society he grew up with. She said his reasons for leaving were stupid and I can agree. But I also think its an admirable path to go by since its a path very few go. What do you guys think? 

Monday, September 27, 2010

So I decided to try a new kind of omelette since I was getting tired of the same ol' salt and peppered eggs with the occasional cheese so I started sprinkling some random stuff to see if it'll come out with anything great. I think I've come across the best tasting omelette I've ever had. I put a couple of dashes of pepper and salt to start out then piled it with about 6 or more dashes of Cajun seasoning and finished off with3 dashes of lemon pepper. Put some cheese on half of the egg when on the pan, cooked on low heat to keep the eggs tender and covered it so the cheese would really melt. Took a bite, shat brix.

Finished second season of Breaking Bad, it's become my new favorite show. Dexter was "eh" last night, but like I've said before, all season premieres are these days. I have to catch up on weeds, behind a couple of episodes, but you can't blame me, first couple of episodes have been real slow and uninteresting compared to the previous episodes, I hope it picks up. Take care guys.

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Dry on Ideas so this will be a film/music wallpaper post.

Friday, September 24, 2010

For reasons unknown, I pulled an all-nighter last night. Good thing about that was that it allowed me to finish season 1 of Breaking Bad and I've fallen in love. Its about a chemistry teacher who discovers hes terminally ill and starts cooking crystal meth when he also discovers theres a lot of money in that business, money he could use to leave his family with when he dies. Turns out hes uber pro at cooking meth, makes the purest shit his little town has ever seen. But as everyone knows, drug trade isn't a walk in the park. Shit gets real and people start getting hurt. Its a pretty neat show, I especially love how the main character incorporates his chemistry knowledge to blow shit up and get shit done.

Saw the Big Bang Theory and The Office last night, they were alright, season premieres seem be pretty lame nowadays I've noticed. Its Always sunny was cool as always. Haha, fuck guys, I need some more sleep, kinda out of it. I'll catch you guys later. Hope you all have a lovely day.

Thursday, September 23, 2010

I wanna thank and for informing me that Oldboy is actually apart of the trilogy. I watched it the first one, Sympathy for Mister Vengeance, and it was pretty awesome. The director has a trend of involving brutal torture scenes in his films, better than a lot of the shit I see in American films.
I copy-pasta'd a summary for you guys since I don't have the time or energy to do it myself:
In Seoul, the deaf and dumb worker Ryu is very attached to his sister, who needs a transplantation of kidney. He tries to donate his own kidney to his sister, but his blood B type is not compatible with her. When Ryu is fired from Ilshin Electronics, he meets illegal dealers of organs and the criminals propose Ryu's kidney plus ten millions Won per a kidney suitable for his sister. Ryu accepts the trade, but he does not have money to pay for the surgery. His anarchist revolutionary girlfriend Cha Young-mi convinces him to kidnap Yossun, the daughter of his former employer Park, who owns Ilshin Electronics. However, a tragedy happens, generating revenge and a series of acts of violence. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

I just need to finish the trilogy tonight with Sympathy for Lady Vengeance and I've downloaded all the seasons of Breaking Bad so I'll tell you guys how that works out tomorrow. Have a great day everyone.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

My plan for today is to go to the post office and finally pick up a box so I can send in my Xbox for repair. I wanna share something with you guys. Its a website called What they do is give you 50 bucks when you sign up and all you have to do is log in and fill out forms weekly. And your 50 bucks I've noticed also gains interest weekly. Since it's in experimental stages they wont give you this said money right away but when the website goes into full launch. Click here if you wanna try it out.

When I saw this picture, it made me miss living in the city...I want to go back, there lives the girl I love and all of my great friends,  there lives my parents who I've come to be ungrateful about, and there lies my dream school. As depressing the smoggy sky can be in New Jersey, the simple-minded and ignorance of Georgia is way more depressing. Whats keeping me back you might be asking? It's more expensive. While I pay 80 bucks for auto insurance here, I'll be paying about $200-300. And according to my mother, theres no room for me up there. Living with my brother and sister in law is quite weird when you don't have a job, but thats a different story for another day. Enjoy your day everyone.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

I've noticed that my page is becoming more and more of a blog about movies. This picture is from the Korean  film Oldboy. Its about a alcoholic guy who is held prisoner for 15 years. While imprisoned he is engulfed by revenge and trains himself physically and mentally for the day he meets the man responsible for his imprisonment. But he was nowhere near from being ready for what diabolical plot he was apart of. Since this is a mindfuck kind of movie, there isn't much I can say about the plot, but its a superb movie with an excellently captured fight scene, crazy intense torture scenes like I've never seen before, and a unique plot that will have you mouth wide open by the end.

Monday, September 20, 2010

I finished watching this movie the other night(I had started watching it one time with a friend that reads this blog but we ended up getting drunk, I hope she reads this) and I started thinking how lovely the world would be if everyone were somewhat like Amelie. More so on the desire of helping others. Then again I think it might all end in disaster knowing human nature. Some people wouldn't know how to successfully help others, and some people wouldn't appreciate it. The list goes on. The only way we could avoid the pettiness of man interferring with it would be if everyone were like Amelie, but thats kind of a scary thought don't you think?

My plans for today are to eat some cereal, light up some incense, drink some green tea and enjoy some zen time. Then workout a bit and see if theres anymore places I can apply to. Hope you all have a great day and try and do some good deeds if the opportunity shows itself.

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Without a doubt this scene of Donnie Darko is one of my favorite scenes of any movie. The music and cinematography are perfectly meshed to form a beautiful depiction of a high school. This song has been stuck in my head for way too long lol. Enjoy.

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Last night, I watched the movie Brick. Its a film about a guy who goes on a detective-like journey after his ex girlfriend, who he still loves dearly,  leads him to believe theres something shady going on with her. The film is beautifully directed and is lead by, in my opinion, best performance by Joseph Gorden-Levitt. I recommend it to everybody.

Friday, September 17, 2010

My favorite past time is analyzing people and their mannerisms. Simply by observing a person in a social setting for 2 minutes you can discover what kind of character they have and with practice is can be second nature to figure people out. For instance, I accompanied my sister in law to a wive/children outing with her friend and she told me there would be free food so I thought, why the heck not. While I was there, a woman started complaining to another woman about her wrist hurting and that her other hand had surgery recently so she's unable to do a lot of things. Then she went on to tell another woman and this went on for a while until everyone basically knew. And the whole day she would make moans about it in a way that someone would hear her and pity her.Through this, I figured out she was an attention whore and one can go as far to say that she is this way as a grown woman because she lacked attention in her childhood.

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Anyone else love this show? I'm currently half way through season 2 and trying to catch up before the new season comes out.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

I started playing this game and I have to say its awesome. The addition of classes makes this game so much more versatile than before. I can see this Halo being less competitive like the older ones because of the loss of straightness required to kill but I don't really care for the MLG bullshit regardless. The hologram ability is probably the funniest shit I've seen in a long time, you let it loose and theres a bunch of dudes trying to kill it. Haven't really played the campaign but if its anything like the books, I know theres a lot of good shit to come. I got the old gang together from halo 2 and I nostalgia'd hard to hear these guys again. If theres anybody that wants to play with me, my gamertag is Ramrod620.

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

It was 5 years ago this month when my brother invited me to go see them after he won tickets on the radio, "What have I got to lose?" I thought, I actually didn't like them very much at the time. We got to central park since the concert was taking place in the middle of it and I remember seeing all the hipster faggots there, but I actually respected them since the ones I saw there were actually original at the time. The whole scene, it was definitely interesting. We found refuge in the very front right by the stage and first watched some shitty band play but then I saw a bunch of faggots crowd the stage, "I'm twelve and what is this?" I exclaimed.

There was an 8 piece band playing the most beautiful music I've ever heard. Then outta fucking nowhere, David fucking bowie comes out with an acoustic guitar and starts jammin' with these guys and all the hipster faggots were going insane, trying to get closer. while I was at the very front, 2 feet away from him. And that is the story of my first concert.

So the new album is pretty awesome, I recommend to everyone. I also recommend you guys see them in concert, they are the type of band that sounds better live than on record.

And on a random note, everyone getting halo reach today?

Monday, September 13, 2010

Everybody catch the season finale of True Blood last night? I don't wan't to spoil it so I'll just say it was awesome. If you guys haven't seen the show before, I recommend, blows all other vampire shows/movies out now of the water. Its not only a vampire show but a mash-up of supernaturals of all sorts played by some some seriously good actors.

Hey guys, I want to thank everyone who has left me positive comments, it really helps. I feel a lot better because of you guys <3
You must be wondering why I posted this picture. Well I've been using this for about a week and I'm already seeing results. I strongly recommend for anyone trying to get in shape. Its called Iron Gym and it cost about 15 bucks. Hope you guys have an awesome day!

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Fuck...I feel incredibly depressed at the moment. Besides my family, whom of which have been on my nerves lately, I've been alone and the loneliness is killing me. I still do not have a job and as the days go by I feel more and more hopeless. I'm low on cash as it is and I can't afford to go place to place asking for a position or simply leaving a resume. I feel stuck... I find myself thinking I should of done things in the past differently. To make things worse, I'm in love with a girl 900 miles away and as much as I want to make the drive back to her, I can't, things are too complicated. I hope an opportunity presents itself...

Friday, September 10, 2010

Me before the Interpol concert in Miami last month, I got some nice nip exposure there :]

So I started listening to their new album and so far I am disappoint. There are some really good tracks on it, but some really bad ones too. I first started listening to them in 04' when they released Antics, I didn't fall in love immediately, but when I did, I knew my life was changed forever. They were my stepping stone for indie rock and other indie music(for I was like all those ignorant masses just listening to music that was played on the radio or on TV at the time.)  Took me 6 years to finally see them in concert and it was absolutely amazing. They played all their best tracks and its saddening to see the music they're producing now. I understand now why the bassist left, they aren't the same interpol they once were.

Thursday, September 9, 2010

See my new banner? It was a custom made by Check out his page, he has lots of Photoshop skills and even takes request.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

                                            Anyone else find themselves doing this?

Monday, September 6, 2010

I used to not be able to stand the uncertainty of the future but as the days go by, I've become more apathetic. I have no job, I'm not officially obligated to a school, I have no girlfriend, no children, hardly any friends(close by at least), I do have a car and insurance to pay, but as long as i don't have a job, my mom has that covered. It's safe to say my life has no meaning right now and as long as theres no systematic things in my life to worry about, I won't ever have meaning in life. And when I do get a job, get to school, find a girl I know isn't my soul-mate but am with just because, I'll be too distracted to know that all these things don't mean anything.

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Lost in Translation. Just finished watching this film and the bittersweetness of it is just one big metaphor of life. We know what we want, we know what we need, but for reasons unknown, we don't break the limits and reach out for it. We choose to be safe.

Charlotte: I just don't know what I'm supposed to be. 
Bob: You'll figure that out. The more you know who you are, and what you want, the less you let things upset you.

Thursday, September 2, 2010

                                                  "You shall not pass!"
                                       One of the best movie quotes ever

I don't quite understand the phrase "down to earth." When people say someone is down to earth, do they mean they are a realist and aren't clouded by metaphysical or religious beliefs or is it that they simply aren't pretentious? Nonetheless, I've yet to see somebody use the phrase in the correct context.

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

To my surprise, she sent me a text yesterday afternoon telling me she realized she loved me too. Its the best feeling in the world what I felt after she told me that. It was like a cool breeze on a heated day. Later that night we cammed on Skype and I could not get over how beautiful her smile is. This is starting to sound like a sappy love film, so I'll stop, I felt the need to share the end of that story since you guys might be interested in the happy ending complex.