Now the hype is already huge for any Marvel movie. And it must be said that any X-Men movie is right up there with the most anticipated. The new Days of Future Past looks great. If you area a comic book fan then you will know what it is all about. If you are not then don't fear because the marketing guys behind the upcoming film have done some great things. 25 Moments (<<click click it's fantastic) is a website that integrates real historic events with events from the movies and comics. It is also great to see how they have tried their best to link up all the X-Men movies as best they can, even the shitty first ones. The Bent Bullet is another great website that adds to the back story of the movie. Did I mention great marketing!
Ahh the demons of the weekend are all around you as you arrive at work on Monday morning. But don't fear. Just one listen to this beauty will get you feeling right as rain again. Well maybe not depending on what you got up to. However this Axmod remix of Benjamin Francis Leftwich's Shine is a goodie. Have a listen and just relax. The demons with pass and so will this work week.
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Derick Watts & the Sunday Blues are at it again. I don't know what I can really say about these guys, they could do a video about toast and I would love it. In their latest song called PAYDAY (feat. Jack Parow & The Kiffness). They....well sing about Payday. I mean who hasn't had that moment when they are literally scraping the barrel and then in rolls the check and you think you are P Diddy all over again. Nutella on Ribs and Ribs on Ribs, probably the best line from the song, but I will let you decide for yourself. These guys are also deep....real deep. I mean boet can't you see the message here. That we shouldn't behave like lunatics and save some money. Be that as it may, it's payday for me as well and I am off to eat some Nutella on Ribs.
TMZ recently had this to say about Jay Z and Beyonce being in Ireland. It is just brilliant...Why you ask? Well because it just shows how stupid some people really are. I had a great laugh watching these two videos so I recommend you do the same. It's just class.
"3 guys, 44 days, 11 countries, 18 flights, 38 thousand miles, an exploding volcano, 2 cameras and almost a terabyte of footage... all to turn 3 ambitious linear concepts based on movement, learning and food ....into 3 beautiful and hopefully compelling short films.....
= a trip of a lifetime".
Those are the words written on these guys Vimeo channel with these 3 awesome videos. I am sure you have seen them doing their rounds on different social media channels, but if you haven't then great! You get to watch them for the first time.
So I know we have all seen this ad a few times (maybe more then a few) now, but I thought I would jump on the band wagon and throw my 2 cents in. This is not a bash at America per say, or Americans for that matter. I have American friends and I always make fun of them, after all they are the world giants so they deserve to take a bit of stick. Living abroad though I have met all types of people and I have met all types of Americans. I have met shy ones, loud ones, mean, nice, soldiers, teachers, travelers, liberals, conservatives, republicans, democrats, racists, open minded ones, ones I want to be friends with and ones I would prefer to steer clear of. Yes sadly there are those bad apples and yes just like those people that made all those comments about the Coca-Cola ad. I have met those ones. And yes I know what you are thinking, are they really that ignorant, stupid and self absorbed and the answer is well...yes.