Sunday, November 13, 2011

Krog Street Tunnel

I think I edit video better than I talk to cameras.

This is a somewhat famous urban landmark in the city of Atlanta. The always changing Krog Street Tunnel that has been plastered and replastered with paint and graffiti and posters time and time again.

Music: Gagool by Keven McLeod -

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Red Lights

This is footage from part of my ride from Midtown Atlanta to Downtown. I was testing out my camera mount.

Music: Show Your Moves by Kevin MacLeod -

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Still love going out for a walk and seeing views like this.

Thursday, August 4, 2011


I loved this show when I was a kid, heck I loved watching reruns when I was in high school. When an adult saw me watching it and asked me if I thought maybe I was a little old to be watching Thundercats I explained in a concise and eloquent manner how the show still had a lasting appeal for the teenage and early twenties crowd that stems from it's unique style, nostalgia factor, and slight counter culture edge that comes with the territory of being a budding young adult who says "Yeah, I like this cartoon."

Well okay, I actually just said "Uh, no." in a mildly sarcastic tone.

I know for some people it's appeal has faded with age. I heard someone say that they had re-watched some if it and their assessment was "Dude, it did not age well."

In this age where television media is more polished and refined than ever I feel that many people turn to older shows with modern day expectations and an unnecessarily cynical view point but for me it's the rough edges that contribute part of the charm. The ridiculous plots and goofy dialogue delight me almost as much as the animation, characters, and music. Lion-O's Shatneresque dialogue employed in intense situations tickles me every time and who wouldn't want to live near a civilization of robot teddy bears with a thriving agricultural industry?

For me this is one of those shows that can take me back to my childhood and while I may enjoy riffing on it I don't truly look upon it with a critical eye. I think sometimes you just have to enjoy things for what they are.

The Thundercats series review video below is by James Rolf of Angry Video Game Nerd fame so there is some crude language.

Friday, July 22, 2011

5 Seasons Bier MOG

Went to Hop City the other day and I spotted the infamous 5 Seasons Bier MOG equipped with a canoe. :)

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Professor Soap - Spirit Quest Journey

This is a great video for when I'm feeling stressed.
It's actually very calming listening to the pleasant tune and watching the march of the quirky and friendly looking monsters. A new monster appears each time a new instrument is added to the playful groove.

Spirit Quest Journey by Professor Soap.

Music and Animation by Ryan Mauskopf

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Super Mario RPG 'Rawest Forest' Japanese Rap Version

So . . .

A remix of a tune from Super Mario RPG.
Add Japanese rap.
Throw in a neat pixel animation video . . .

. . . and this is what you get:


From the video description:
To all NES Lovers! We are 'plugnet'.

We love computer game especially 'NES(Famicom)' and we also love to rap.
1 month ago we didn't have our crew name, but we dicided the name, 'plugnet'. The members are Yukkey(me), Forest(green man), and Mayumusi(blue man).
Anyway, we'll be happy if you enjoy this song.

Track by Moonbug(Novoiski & Nylonizm)
Lyric & Rap by plugnet
Mix & Movie by Merpaline(Yukkey and Mayumusi)

Saturday, April 30, 2011

It's okay to not like things . . .

It's true.

Sublime Doughnuts

I stopped by Sublime Doughnuts for the first time today and the doughnuts were fantastic! This little doughnut shop on Tenth Street may not look like much but it offers something different and unique with flavors and treats such as smore, cookies n' cream, peanut butter cup, dulce de leche, caramel apple fritters, and more!

Looks pretty unassuming.

When I dropped in the special doughnut of the day was maple and bacon and you know what? In spite of how strange that may sound for a doughnut flavor it was good. :)

There were doughnuts as promised. Delicious and unique flavors!

Sublime Doughnuts

535 Tenth Street Northwest
Atlanta, GA 30318
(404) 897-1801