Haven’t watched season 1 to 6 of The Walking Dead yet? Now, thanks to this funny recap by legendary British comedian John Cleese, you don’t have to! Oh, and you can watch it too if you just need a short reminder of what happened in previous seasons, of course.
British comedy legend John Cleese rapidly recaps Seasons 1-6 of The Walking Dead ahead of the new season heading back to our screens. Watch the premiere of Season 7 on Monday 24 October at 9pm on FOX.
I’ve been following Jonti Picking from Weebl’s Stuff since 2003 or 2004 and I’ve always been a huge fan of his work. I’ve even painted my son’s room when he was a newborn in 2005 with the Lion and Tiger from his “Kenya” animation.
Here is his latest video he just released in honor of the upcoming Halloween. You’re welcome.
For today’s edition of Deal of the Day, Amazon is having a big sale, offering 3 blu-ray movies (from a selection of over 100) for a total of $19.99. There’s a lot of geek classics in there such as “The Goonies,” “The Neverending Story,” “Interstellar,” and much, much more! Please note that the discount will be applied at checkout.
Oh, and the menu to switch from one page to the other is near the top of the page, not the bottom as usual. You can also filter the list by genre via the left column at the link.
–Esky 50 Miles Range Ultra-Thin Indoor Digital HDTV Antenna Built-in Signal Amplifier 10ft Cable –
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–DualShock 4 Wireless Controller for PlayStation 4 (Updated) –
As a dad of three, I often feel that way. Sigh. Kids these days don’t really know what a broken record sounds like anyways, so it’s perfectly useless to use that expression on them. Also, the panel where the dad is “buffering” hits painfully home. As I grow older, I found myself buffering more and more when trying to explain anything to them.
I don’t wear glasses yet, but I think I’ll take an appointment with my Optometrist this week just to see if my vision is as good as it was last year, because I really want to start wearing glasses now that I’ve seen this.
From Youtuber “Serenity Fox:”
So I did this thing, with the caption “It’s a thing” on Facebook… And apparently it really is a thing now, 7.3 million views and nearly 100k shares later.
In this episode of ASAP Science, host Mitchell Moffit talks about some of the differences between extroverted and introverted people, not only when it comes to how they act in society, but also how the brains of each group are slightly different. Those differences seem to indicate that the tendency to be introverted or extroverted might be genetic and not acquired.
Michael Knight and his talking car KITT are back, and now, KITT want Michael to change his look a little. KITT has an updated look after all now and looks amazing as a Lamborghini! Also, I love the fact that even though we’re in 2016, the creator of the video used the same old theme song. I love that song, it brings me straight back to 1982 when she show first aired on NBC.
After spilling soda on his keyboard while playing Blizzard’s “Heroes of the Storm,” filmmaker Freddie Wong (From RocketJump) finds himself teleported into the game. He now has to face some of the game’s fiercest fighters and find a solution to get back to reality. Will he succeed? Watch this short film to find out!
This man ant gonna waste no ice cream! Those ants shouldn’t have taken it for grANTed.
Seriously though, the 5-second rule has been tested by scientist, and you should just not do it.
The five-second rule was also featured in an episode of the Discovery Channel series MythBusters. There was no significant difference in the number of bacteria collected from 2 seconds exposure as there was from 6 seconds exposure. The moisture, surface geometry and the location the food item was dropped on did, however, affect the number of bacteria. Ted Allen put the rule to the test in an episode of Food Detectives, and found that bacteria will cling to food immediately. High traffic areas will lead to even more bacteria on the food. Vsauce YouTube channel also dedicated a video to this topic. [Source]/blockquote>
Until Dawn was one of the better horror games of the last few years, presenting the player with some crazy tense choices and some completely unsettling moments that helped it rise to the top of the heap of most modern ‘scary’ video games. Good news for fans of the series as we now have Until dawn: A Rush of Blood, though do not mistake this for a sequel. Think of it more as a stand-alone spin off that looks to utilize the medium of VR to scare the pants off people.
Rush of Blood looks to tread some of the same themes as Until Dawn (namely, the constant sense of dread and looming tension) but also adds a unique ‘amusement park ride’ game mechanic to the whole thing that looks to set it apart from other horror games coming out.
The best part is, it’s just in time for Halloween.