Archive for March, 2009

Resident Evil 5 Melee

Posted on Friday, March 27th, 2009 at 10:19 am.

I must admit I have been less than prolific with posts for some time, especially anything more than a youtube video.  I am still planning on writing something about med school so far during the upcoming break, in case any of you are interested in how that is going.

Aside from reading copious amounts of physiology, my free time has been spent playing Resident Evil 5; I am a fan of the entire franchise, and the release of RE 4 was pretty much what got me back into gaming back in 2005 (for better or worse).  Here’s a taste…I swear, that backhand at 0:14 gets me hot.

The Bloodiest Fight In Hockey

Posted on Friday, March 27th, 2009 at 7:51 am.

This month is the 12th anniversary of the bloodiest fight in Hockey history, taking place between the Colorado Avalanche and the Detroit Red Wings at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit. A year after the upstart, 1st year Avalanche upset the Red Wings in the Western Conference Finals–after the Red Wings had the most wins in history during the regular season and were trying to erase a 50 year championship drought–the Wings waited out two games in Denver before attacking Avalanche players at the first game back in Detroit since the Avalanche eliminated them from the playoffs, and Avs forward Claude Lemieux (#22) broke Kris Draper’s face with an awful check into the boards.

Never Trust A Green Light

Posted on Friday, March 27th, 2009 at 12:11 am.

Lewd Pictures to Follow

Posted on Sunday, March 22nd, 2009 at 5:33 pm.

My self-imposed checklist for wooing women is nearly complete.

  • Job: check.
  • Bitchin’ ride: check.
  • My own crib: working on it.

Since all the major parts are in place, I’ve started, what some might call, “chasing women.” It’s inspired by Animal from Muppet movie fame. “WOMAN!” I was on a free site before forking over $45 to to sample their goods.

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New Jersey Constitutionally declared a shithole…

Posted on Sunday, March 15th, 2009 at 11:40 am.

Not to bombard everyone too much with the content of my Constitutional Law class, but I couldn’t help but think of certain New Jersey-residing individuals when I read this case where the Supreme Court declares that the Constitution mandates New Jersey to be the nation’s landfill…

It seems that in the 1970’s New Jersey got tired of having other states use its landfills, and so passed a law that only New Jersey garbage could go to New Jersey, and that NY and PA garbage could no longer enter the state.

The Supreme Court ruled:
“The New Jersey law blocks the importation of garbage in an obvious effort to saddle those outside the State with the entire burden of slowing the flow of refuse into New Jersey’s remaining landfill sites. That legislative effort is clearly impermissible under the Commerce Clause of the Constitution.”

So… New Jersey is officially, under the Constitution of the United States, the garbage bin of America.

Stop Racism

Posted on Saturday, March 14th, 2009 at 1:10 am.

Dear all, I implore you all to make whatever small contribution you can to fight racism wherever you may find yourself.  Tonight a friend and I found ourselves in a shouting match, and nearly a fight, with some redneck son-of-a-bitch who decided our friend shouldn’t be in a bar because he was of asian decent.

Just please stand up for yourself, your beliefs, and your fellow human beings where ever you can, and stand up to to racists wherever they may be.

Quite Possibly the Most Elucidating Interview of the Financial Crisis: Cramer on Daily Show

Posted on Friday, March 13th, 2009 at 8:20 pm.

The interview which developed over the past week after Stewart blasted CNBC in a clip from last week that garnered 1.6M hits on the internet alone features a very sober Stewart charging Cramer and more generally CNBC with abdicating its role as “independent business media” during the run up of the past 8 years that led to the spectacular $8Tn housing bubble and 14,000 Dow.

(Vishal’s commentary and the rest of the interview after the jump. -K)

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