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The Truth about Harry Potter and the Philosopher Stone August 3, 2009

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Do you want know the truth about Harry Potter and the Philosopher Stone?  I found this on http://www.darkroastedblend.com has some great articals on some weird and interesting things.

Message to Meat Eaters June 14, 2009

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Sorry all I’ve been in hybernation from blogging but I have so cool materials.

So a friend of mine send this to me and I just wanted to share this with all of you.  Please tell me what cha thing.

Nice Message...

Nice Message...

I want to be awaken by the Dark Side. April 30, 2009

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If I get this will he show me to the Dark Side? Or will he tell me that he is my father.

Revenge of the Fallen April 30, 2009

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I know that I’ve been MIA on blogging but here is the new trailor of Transform 2. If you haven’t seen it, here…

License Reject April 13, 2009

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So I found a great post from MSNBC.  Can you tell me what the License say?

I LOVE TOFU

I LOVE TOFU

If you have a clean mind I respect you… If you have a dirty mind, no comment.

Sakura Con 2009 April 10, 2009

Posted by aktionk in Anime, Comics, Life, Movies, Video Games.
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dsc01857Today is the first day of Sakura-Con, Seattle’s biggest anime convention.  This was my first time going to Seattle’s anime convention and it was cool to see what kind of costume would be created.  I was happy to see the live art as people would dress in Cosplay (Costume Play), and how creative and outlandish some people had dressed up.   Here are a couple pictures I took, to see more check out my flickr account… http://www.flickr.com/photos/23972210@N03/

Takken here and ready to fight...

Takken here and ready to fight...

Angel

For those people who doesn’t know anything about anime should come check it out.  Maria (soon to be wife) who does not know a lot about anime came along and enjoyed her surroundings but felt out of placed because she didn’t dress up.  All in all next year I will be attending Sakura Con 2010 all 3 days and I will promise you this to my four friends that wants me to dress up… I will make the costume that we have discussed and wear it for 2010 Comic Con and Sakura Con.

The best part about Sakura Con… I met Jesus

Ed and Jesus

Turbo April 5, 2009

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So, I was searching the internet to look for upcoming movies and found “Turbo”.     The trailer reminds me of Street Fighter and Tron put together.  The year is 2051, a misspent youth who wants to be famous in a 4D video game called, “Super Turbo Arena”.  The trailer shows wonderful CG but the only thing I might be worried about would be the story line.  Well only time will tell.

Kuroko March 31, 2009

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Kuroko or kurogo (黒子/黒衣[1] “black person”/”black clothe”) are stagehands in traditional Japanese theatre, who dress all in black.

In kabuki, the kuroko serve many of the same purposes as running crew. They move scenery and props on stage, aiding in scene changes and costume changes. They will also often play the role of animals, will-o-the-wisps, or other roles which are played not by an actor in full costume, but by holding a prop. Kuroko wear all black, head to toe, in order to imply that they are invisible and not part of the action onstage.

The convention of wearing black to imply that the wearer is invisible on stage is a central element in bunraku puppet theatre as well. Kuroko will wear white or blue in order to blend in with the background in a scene set, for example, in a snowstorm, or at sea, in which case they are referred to as “Yukigo” (雪子, snow person) or “Namigo” (波子, wave person) respectively. As this convention was extended to kabuki actors depicting stealthy ninja, historian Stephen Turnbull suggested that the stereotypical image of a ninja dressed all in black derived from kabuki.[2] Real ninja, living prior to the advent of kabuki might have dressed in this way occasionally for night work, but certainly wouldn’t have worn black at all times.

In Noh theatre, a kōken, wearing black but no mask, serves much the same purpose.

Definition from Wikipedia

Here is a cool example of Kuroko…

Thanks Iamwendi

Dharma in the National Geographic… March 30, 2009

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I should share this with all the Lost fans out there.  In the 70’s and 80’s, the National Geographic magazine posted ads for the Dharma Initiative to recuit people to join. Thanks for the find, Hot Meteor / Nick McGlynn.

Who is the true observer

Who is the true observer

King Cross Fit March 30, 2009

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J-Tyme and I before Cross Fit

J-Tyme and I before Cross Fit

3/30 Cross Fit
Ok, for the past month and a half, J-Tyme has been telling the Antonio Clan to try out a workout called Cross Fit.  It’s held at my cousin, Glen D house,  where he turned the garage into a Cross Fit Gym.  Sunday 03.29.09 was my first workout with them, and I can’t believe how much pain can feel so good.   This workout is a good start for me to get back into the gym and be more active in sports.  We started with a couple of warm ups and stretches, then we started our routine.

Row (cal)
Air Squats
Thrusters (75)
Butterfly Sit Ups
KB swings (52/35)
Box Jumps

It is the day after Cross Fit and damn… I can really feel the burn.  I can’t wait for next Sunday.

The Beginning...

The Beginning...