I’ve been following former UFC fighter, Justin Wren’s journey for quite a while and I’m just blown away with how he turned his life around by helping the Pygmies of the Congo. Justin has spent years of his life living with them and learning their ways. In short, loving them. When you hear him talk about “his family”, he’s serious. Help this amazing man in his fight to free the pygmy slaves and put them on their own land. He’s already done so much and he’s dedicating his life to help and right now he’s at $12,909 toward his goal of $60,000.
For anyone who watched last Sunday’s episode of Rick and Morty, “Get Schwifty”, you can listen to the whole song from the official Adult Swim SoundCloud page. And the good news is that Adult Swim made it possible to download the song!
I don’t know about you but it’s been a long summer with nothing good to watch. Game of Thrones won’t be back until next year and The Walking Dead will be return in October. Fortunately, there’s a Walking Dead spinoff in “Fear the Walking Dead”. AMC just posted the first 3 minutes but it doesn’t really give us much to judge the show by. Hopefully it’ll close to as good as the original.
Ever since episode 2, season 2 of Rick and Morty, “Mortynight Run” aired, this song has been going through my head. Thanks to Adult Swim, they posted the full Moonmen song! If the singing voice sounds familiar, it’s Jemaine Clement from Flight of the Conchords.
If you haven’t watched Rick and Morty yet, check them out for free on the Adult Swim website or on DVD or Blu-ray on Amazon.
Wow, what an ending! For those wondering about the ending and the creature Rick holds during the last scene, it was addressed briefly by one of the artists who worked on the scene.
And if you were wondering “what was the song at the end of the Rick and Morty episode, “Auto Erotic Assimilation”, it was “Committed to the Crime” by Chaos Chaos. And for those wondering why I phrased that question like I did, it was so people searching for the song could find this entry.
Even though many guitar players have done this trick for decades, many more have done it poorly. Some sent their guitars flying and others hurt themselves or other band members. The best examples of the guitar spin would be Jeff LaBar and Eric Brittingham (with a huge bass!) from Cinderella and Steve Fister with Lita Ford.
Go to 2:12, 3:02 and 3:08 for the finest examples of guitar and bass spinning ever!
Go to 1:56 to see Steve Fister throw his BC Rich guitar around his neck.
At this point I’ve heard a lot of interviews with Rory MacDonald and despite his demeanor that many first labeled as emotionless, he seems like a great, humble guy with a sense of humor. I can’t wait to see him come back even better than before!
It’s going to be a long wait until season 6 of the Walking Dead premieres on Sunday October 11, 2015 but at least we have this slick trailer straight from Comic Con.
Just when you thought you’d seen everything possible, someone does the seemingly impossible! Robbie Maddison helped design this amazing motorcycle that can actually ride on water. Of course, there’s no stopping, sharp turns or slowing down because it would sink like a rock. The motorcycle is outfitted with an automated floatation device that will deploy if the bike sinks so it’s not a one use ride.