While we would never been one to make light of cancer, we at the WGUB would like to take a moment of silence to mourn the loss of a great set of breasts. Paystee’s in the corner dropping Bowen’s on his copies of Taking Lives and Original Sin.
Just let us be sad for a bit though ok?
"I touch to you once, I touch you twice, I wont let go at any price."
Ummmm.... Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark (OMD) that's wrong/illegal on so many levels. Harrassment, to ransom to kidnapping to held against will to solicitation of prostitution. I think you missed a verse about sodomy. Oh yeah I forgot rape.
Anticipated to launch in November, Call of Duty: Ghosts is set to coincide with the launch of the PS4 and the next generation of Xbox this holiday season. The newest Xbox, is rumored to be reveled to the world on May 21st, and should come with an expanded look at the game. Rumors are that it will be available for the current generation of gaming systems as well.
Instead of Modern Warfare 4, the brand is shifting gears and will follow a character introduced in MW 2, Simon “Ghost” Riley.
From the YouTube Poster Tiffany Maxwell:
I discovered Jennifer Lawrence in Winter’s Bone and oh boy, she was amazing. No wonder why she has been nominated at the Oscars for Best Lead Actress. Then I learned that she was going to play Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games. I’m a big fan of the books so I was thrilled because I think that she’s just perfect for the part. She’s really a great actress. But best of all, while watching interviews of her I discovered that she was also a really funny and down to earth girl.I think that in the next few months she’ll be someone who everyone talks about so I’m glad that I discovered her before all of that.
Courtesy of Tiffany Maxwell : https://twitter.com/Tiff_Maxwell
Published on Apr 30, 2013
Brian and Nick discover their outer beauty.
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Frankie the Bulldog
Director of Photography:
(with an alley-oop by Danny Grunes)
“Safari” – Teen Girl Scientist Monthly
In theaters July 12th
From acclaimed filmmaker Guillermo del Toro comes “Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures Pacific Rim.”
When legions of monstrous creatures, known as Kaiju, started rising from the sea, a war began that would take millions of lives and consume humanity’s resources for years on end. To combat the giant Kaiju, a special type of weapon was devised: massive robots, called Jaegers, which are controlled simultaneously by two pilots whose minds are locked in a neural bridge. But even the Jaegers are proving nearly defenseless in the face of the relentless Kaiju. On the verge of defeat, the forces defending mankind have no choice but to turn to two unlikely heroes—a washed up former pilot (Charlie Hunnam) and an untested trainee (Rinko Kikuchi)—who are teamed to drive a legendary but seemingly obsolete Jaeger from the past. Together, they stand as mankind’s last hope against the mounting apocalypse.
I hate wires! My iPhone streams Pandora over 4G then beams the music to my bluetooth JayBird Freedom Sprints. But sometimes you gotta go old school…well, pre-2005 old school. Say you’re going to spend all day in airports and on planes, or you plain forgot to recharge you wireless one, or you’re just one of those freaks who wears tin-foil hats and is scared of getting ear cancer. In those cases, it’s Sennheiser Addidas to the rescue!
First time I put on these bad boys, I was immediately impressed with their comfort. They just mold into your ear and after a while you really do forget they are there (except for the blaring music and hanging wires). They have this “slide-to-fit” mechanism, which I was skeptical about at first, but it appears to work (definitely doesn’t hurt). In comparing these headphones to the JayBird Freedom Sprints — the Sennheiser definitely gets the comfort check mark. This is probably due to the fact that the JayBirds have both a bluetooth receiver and rechargable battery, weighing them down on your ear. Next month I’ll be getting the new JayBird Bluebuds X, which may even up the score…we’ll see.
The Sennheiser Adidas are sports headphones, so certain features matter more to me than others. Comfort, stability, blackout sound, battery life, water/sweat proof…those things are at the top of my list. Audiophile super-sound quality is lower. They gotta sound good, but I’m not looking for amazing performance (unfortunately for Sennheiser, this is one of the features they tout — sorry bros).
So, on to stability. The Sennheiser Adidas CX685s stayed snug in my ear — no problemo. Even at top speed, running hurdles or long jumping (remember, I’m that master’s decathlete guy), they held tight. Of course, I had to snake that cord through my shirt and down my arm and I hate that, but otherwise they exceed my expectations.
My last pair of wired earphones were of the Shure blackout persuasion. If you don’t know Shure, they are all about blackout sound…they focus on the music and stage industry. So, it’s totally unfair to compare the Shure to the Sennheiser. But the Sennheiser also failed to compare to the JayBirds. They were descent, don’t get me wrong, they just weren’t great.
Battery-life…well, duh. Forever!
Finally, sound quality. Stop reading…I’m not an audiophile. I’ll say they sound great to me…but my opinion aint really worth S*&#. The rumor (as in Sennheiser own marketing material) says their superior. So, let’s just go with that.
At the end of the day, I give them a big thumbs up. Way better than those Bose earbuds I have in my sock drawer. Way better than those cheesy Apple earbuds that came with my iPhone 5. And a 1000X better than those knock-off I give my kids. So, if you need some wired buds for working out…the Sennheiser Adidas are a great choice.
Infograph, infograph, infograph. Thanks nowsourcing.com