When I was a youngster I loved two things a lot. Dinosaurs and fighting games. Back in the ’90s, there was a lot of hate against violent video games. I’m so glad my parents let me enjoy 2D fighting games like Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, Killer Instinct, and Primal Rage. Speaking of Primal Rage it wasn’t the best fighting game around. But I always had a soft spot for it because 2D dinos fighting against each other is just so awesome.
Stated another way, all but the most pedantic of viewers will forgive liberties with reality as long as the result is wicked sweet or awesome. This applies to the audience in general; there will naturally be a different threshold for each individual. Also known in some circles as a "rad herring", in which something doesn't make sense within the guidelines of the story's reality, but it's too cool not to include it.
My Way started life as a rather gloomy number called Comme d’Habitude (As Usual) by French singer Claude Francois.
Chess_puzzle_of_the_month Quite possibly the most memorable and archetypal North Korean pop song that will likely stay with you long after the tour’s over. For this writer, it was the song that made me officially fall in love with the people of the DPRK and with the sound of those frantic guitars and synthesizers and ‘pyew! pyew! pyew!’ sounds. They instantly makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside. For the uninitiated traveller to North Korea for the first time, learning at least the chorus to this song, which translates as “nice to meet you,” is always a well-received surprise for your Korean guides. Not only that, the song is catchy as hell and the sentiment behind the lyrics goes a long way in providing a positive cultural exchange between the DPRK and us as their visitors.
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This was called the Juke-8. It was invented by Daisuke Inoue in 1971. He was a Japanese musician and it just goes to show how in love Japanese people are as well with singing. However, it’s Roberto del Rosario that holds the patent to this. With it, he created the Karaoke Sing-Along System in 1975. Since then, Filipinos all over the world could enjoy singing along to their favorite tunes with the machine.
Through the years, a lot of proud Filipino couples love to show off their talented kids to their relatives – most especially on family reunions and gatherings. The moment one family member finds out that a relative can sing, all he has to do is start chanting “sampol, sampol, sampol (sample, sample, sample) ” until that person sings for everyone. Of course, another family member will say something like “Galing! Yung anak ko kumakanta din! (Great! My daughter/son sings, too!) ” and all of a sudden, the reunion has a talent show. It won’t be long until the karaoke sound system is whipped out.
So, if you’ve never been to a karaoke party with some Filipinos, then don’t be surprised when you see them pick the hardest songs. It’s not about hitting the notes – though you’ll be surprised to hear and see how many of them can – it’s really all about having a good time.
Seraphine, accused of witchcraft, recalls the demon who slaughtered her companions and framed her. Daughters of knights is a medieval horror story about a disfigured girl, slaying monsters, and an uncomfortable, unconventional attraction.
There’s something about “The Red Spot” that sticks with you. I scratch my cheek just thinking about it. The illustration for “Oh Susannah” doesn’t really connect with the story, but it sure reaches into the imagination. If you need immersion therapy into the depths of dying female desperation, definitely check out the images from “The Bride” and “The Haunted House.” Last, but not least, the image (and story) that never left me to this day has to be “Harold.” I can’t really explain it. Maybe it’s because I have a farmhand’s soul. Maybe it’s because the story addresses bullying in the best way, and I was sort of going through some of that stuff in my own life at the time. Either way, trust me on this, don’t torture things you don’t fully understand, even if it’s something as simple as a scarecrow named Harold.
Chess_puzzle_of_the_month Dark, Jason, Když volá posel smrti / neuvěřitelné a záhadné příběhy Jasona Darka ; [z německého originálu . přeložil Marek Küchler]. -- Brno : MOBA, c2008. -- 50 s. ; 23 cm. -- ISBN 978-80-243-3329-8 (brož.). Signatura: B0-8362.