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Just as a kind of expansion on my last contribution, there are a few ironic jokes revolving around Sid the Zombie. First of all, we all know that Sid has a giant gaping hole in his forehead, a side effect of his accidental death. Well, the headband that he wears has a Japanese symbol on it. As an ironic joke, the Japanese symbol, when translated over to English, means "hole". Also, Sid continually makes a point to say, "Ding, dong, DEAD, dong! Class is over! Time to die...." In Japan, it is highly commonplace for a school to have class bells that chime in a "ding-dong-dang-dong" fashion. Therefore, Sid's quip about class being over is a pun on the common ringing of school bells in Japan.

Posted in Soul Eater (manga)

A dubstep remix of the classic "Lost Woods" theme from The Legend Of Zelda. This goes to show just how suited old 8-bit gaming themes are for dubstep beats and drops.

Posted in Dubstep

Many people out there have heard of the "dollar bill prophecy", but it's commonly accepted that it only works on the one dollar bil and the twenty dollar bill. However, in this video, it is shown that every bill ranging from the $1 to the $100 fortells the 9/11 event.

Posted in Dollar

Obesity? A disease? Apparently so. The CDC has made the official announcement that obesity can now be classified as a diagnosible and treatable diease. In my opinion, obesity is an eating disorder, and whether or not eating disorders are dieases has been a prominent argument for years. This is just the next step in the argument. And, undoubtedly, this will lead to its own fair share of arguments. This video from Doctor Bob Rakowski sums up the majority of the arguments for and against the new disease classification.

Posted in Obesity

If you are even remotely interested in Atsushi Okubo's Soul Eater, you are probably familiar with the phrase, "42-42-564, whenever you want to knock on Death's door." Most readers/watchers of Soul Eater just pass this catchy tagline off as something from Okubo's invention, something meaningless. But, it does indeed have a meaning. If you were to say "42-42-564" aloud in Japanese, it would come out as "shini-shini-koroshi", which, when translated, means "death-death-murder". So, the memorable tagline from the series does indeed have a deeper meaning than just a jumble of rhyming numbers. Albeit a darker, morbid meaning, but nevertheless, a meaning hidden to most readers/watchers.

Posted in Soul Eater (manga)

As many hardcore gamers may well know, casual gaming is quickly leading to the fall of gaming as we know it, despite Sony and Microsoft's helpless attempts to combat such a problem. This comic from Canadian artist Scott Ramsoomair wraps up many gamer's feelings on the subject of "casual gaming" quite nicely. WARNING: The comic contains STRONG language. Read at your own discretion.

Posted in Casual game