Part 3 greets us with a solitary unnamed henchman, let’s call him Burro Lips (Louis Gonzaga). He looks so lonely in this world of perfectly evenly spaced furniture, I sure hope a friend comes by to say hi.
Seems like you’re looking a little lonely there too, Nick- so your old pal christoph is stopping by to keep the tradition going and guest-write along with you.
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The year: 1991.
The setting: Sunny California.
Weather conditions: Perfect.
Bromance Factor™: Sweltering.
In case you haven’t figured it out already, this year’s Malentine’s Day treat is brought to you by our friend Point Break. According to Wikipedia, the film was originally set to star Matthew Broderick and Charlie Sheen, with Ridley Scott directing. Lucky for us, that abomination never saw the light of day.
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“Is THIS your card?”
Nope! This is Deadfall, from the year 1993. Say goodbye to Michael’s little Biehns, because this is the last you’re going to see of him.
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Meet Ken Levine, creative director of some awesome games like Bioshock: Infinite. He also creates grillz and plenty of them. Recently E3 happened, and Ken Levine was there to show off his new grill work in a bevy of interviews, and to say the least, they’re impressive.
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So, maybe this needs an explanation. These are two dudes from Sweden who have a YouTube show called Ninja Moped. They show about 3 minutes of lego created stop motion animation based off your favorite NES games and then take the remaining 7 minutes or so to be eccentric and talk about trivia. To be honest, the show aint that great, besides the sweet lego stop motion. But don’t fret, I squeezed the very best grill potential from the first three episodes.
Continue reading These Grillz are from Sweden! Isn’t dat veird!?