Wednesday, December 31
From Mashup Industries
1. Rihanna - Umbrella (Divide & Kreate remix)
2. DJ Zebra - J'adore mon Daddy
3. DJ Zebra - Freestyluce
4. Ben Double M - Boa Viagem and Feel Good
5. KrazyBen - Fucking Alanis
6. DJ Clive$ter - Baby When The Virgins
7. DJ Y alias JY - Can't stand beggin'
8. KrazyBen - Cheap Mojito
9. Payroll - Doop Milkshake
10. Freeze vs Madonna - I.O.U. Groove
11. KrazyBen - Tic-tac-tron
12. The Mac Project Feat. Therese - Another Love (Piltron & Sanna Remix)
13. Ken Carson - I Kissed A Barbie Girl
14. Guru Josh Vs Pink - Infinity - So What (Mash Up Mix)
15. Goldmember - Give Some Music
16. PhatBastard - Get The Sweet Dreams Started
17. Jimmi Jammes - Womanizer Blaster
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Tuesday, December 30
Camaro Police Car Mouse
Optical/wireless car mouse, with USB receiver utilizing the latest RF and optical technology. Each car mouse design has the look of a replica automobile and the functionality of the best pointing devices on the market. The functioning headlights and smooth lines gives the car a realistic look and feel. This is a must have for all car enthusiasts and collectors.
Monday, December 29
Homophobia & 'Gayming'
I had posted about the homophobic video gaming community at "Home" in the past. There is not a game that you can't play on-line without some sort of name calling or slur. Sony's "Home" is not immune to it.
"Michael Marsh, an 18-year-old gamer from Norwalk, Conn., wanted to set up a gay/straight alliance club in PlayStation Home, Sony's new free 3-D virtual world component for the PlayStation 3.
The problem was that the words he was using - "gay," "lesbian" and "bisexual" - were being filtered from text chats and were not being allowed in the naming of clubs or in postings in club forums. Marsh, who is straight but supports gay rights, said he raised the issue with Home community managers during the private beta test, but the problems persisted after the public beta introduction of Home on Dec. 11.
"I can understand if they're filtering out profanity, but if feel like it's discrimination," Marsh said. "By blocking a word like 'gay,' which is a preferred term by the gay community, you're encouraging it as a bad word."
My avatar in "Home" wears pointed-toe shoes as I do in the real world. My character is
singled out as a HOMO because of it. I think my virtual 'home' must be located in Houston.
"The Digital Luggage This compact tool allows you to weight your luggage at home or at the hotel. With easy to read digital display, you can lift up to 100Lbs or 44 Kg, wait for the beep, set the luggage down and read the weight."
My Momz-in-Law gave E & myself this for Christmas. Very cool.
Sunday, December 28
NxtUp...Making a Difference
A Real Superwoman - Mildred Loving
Mildred Loving and her husband, Richard, changed history in 1967 when the U.S. Supreme Court upheld their right to marry. The ruling struck down laws banning racially mixed marriages in at least 17 states.
Mildred Loving passed away this year and I want to know who is making her movie? I can imagine a talented cast, great costumes and a wonderful score. Hollywood, get busy.
Saturday, December 27
Friday, December 26
The Strip House! One of the best dining experiences I have had in the recent past.
I love the nekid' lady linens. Shown are two of my BFFLs, Klinka & Dina, E (my husband)
and a 'Vampire Lestat' pic in the men's room mirror.
Eartha Kitt "C'est Si Bon" - As silly as YouTube can be
a times, it does act as an archival system. I appreciate
being able to see performances like this that I would have
not been able to view. As a kid I recall Kitt as Catwoman
and I was crazy for her then. RIP, Eartha Kitt
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
I am a jaded soul and a harsh film critic, but I found nothing wrong with this film.
E & I viewed it yesterday and I was enchanted by it. Brad Pitt is a current day Robert
Redford and has finally broken out of cycle of mediocre performances. I dare say it was my favorite film this year. The cast, costume, make-up, script and direction makes the film an Oscar® contender.