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Woman Texts Random Man Instead of Daughter - He Trolls Her All Day

Lars Hindsley
By Lars Hindsley Fri 28 Apr 2017 3:30 AM EST
Category: Pop Culture | 343 Views
(DM) – Friday April 29, 2017 Sure there are many Wrong Number Texts stories floating around the Internet, few rise the to occassion of being celebrated for their utter hilarity. This is one such story.

A 35 year old married man from Wisconson recieved a wrong number text from a mother thinking she was texting her teen daughter. No big deal to most people, but this woman refused to believe she wasn't texting her daughter. In response the man did what any fun loving modern Internet versed adult would do. He trolled the mother and since he was on his day off from work, he dedacated his afternoon to the effort.

It all started at 11:30 AM and lasted until just after 3:00 PM.  

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Paintball, Video Games & Comic Books Join Forces!

Lars Hindsley
By Lars Hindsley Wed 22 Mar 2017 8:12 AM EST
Category: Pop Culture | 1196 Views

(DM) – Wednesday March 22, 2017 Paintball, video games, comic books what?  What do these have in common? A lot more than you may know. In short, these pastimes have converged with cosplay. In a word, LARP’ing. LARP is an acronym, Live Action Role Playing. It came about from fantasy dice games coming to life where players actually dressed in costume. More than just dressing their part, players acted out what the game roll of their dice required using prop swords and prop knives in mock battle for example. 

How does LARP’ing connect to paintball, video games and comic books?  Consider the saying, “All dressed up and nowhere to go.”
Assassin's Creed
You have this great outfit with some practical uses, but not put to use. That’s a bummer. You can see where this is going now can’t you? Paintball, comic books and video games have joined forces not to simply look the part, but play practical roles. Not all costumed characters lend well to this but many do. Seen below are masks that don't work well for paintball but would work with paintball's cousin, airsoft. However with the right eye coverage (high impact lexan) these two could be paintball ready.
Cosplay from New York Comic-ConPaintballers, video gamers, and comic book readers often overlap in interest. Paintball is the one activity where you get to exert yourself physically. For year’s video gamers have been in awe of some of the on screen outfits worn by their virtual counterparts yearning to act out in real life what they enjoyed on the small screen. Comic book heroes bring that same desire to the table.

Enter cosplay which is short for costume play. In most respects cosplay precedes LARP’ing. If you’ve dressed up for Halloween or a costume party, you’ve cosplay’d. It’s reached epic proportions inConnor Kenway Paintball Hood




Rogue One - Film Review - NOT an SJW's Wet Dream but Perfect 10 (True Spoiler Free)

Lars Hindsley
By Lars Hindsley Thu 15 Dec 2016 10:17 PM EST
Category: Film Reviews | 1074 Views
Five Dangers out of Five Film Review Rating

(DM) – Thursday December 15, 2016 This is a true spoiler free review!

Rogue One doesn't follow the standard Star Wars formula and for this the film goers are rewarded with a perfect 10 of a film. So many Star Wars questions get answered! Does it fill in the gap between Episode three and four? No. Does it lead into Episode four of Star Wars, A New Hope? Absolutely. Rogue One even answers the question how the film gets its name. In many ways Rogue One is the byproduct of 40 years of questions people begun to ask after the very first Star Wars, A New Hope (a.k.a. Episode four) hit theaters in 1977.

Black Storm Troopers of Rogue One
Has it been 40 years since the first Star Wars? That question is important because beyond Darth Vader being under a mask, a number of other players did in fact require some movie magic which almost works perfectly. Despite technology falling short of replicating a human in cinema it has come far enough to assist in bringing back some of your favorite and obscure Star Wars characters. While the social justice warriors of the world will claim victory with a truly diverse cast of characters, the truth is ...Read more...

New York Comic-Con Interview with Deadpool Creator Fabian Nicieza

Lars Hindsley
By Lars Hindsley Fri 7 Oct 2016 4:07 PM EST
Category: Artist Interviews | 1259 Views

NEW YORK (DM) October 7, 2016 – In meeting Fabian Nicieza it’s not hard to realize he is at peace. About everything. Perhaps some of it has to do with no longer being tied down to Marvel or DC. He’s somewhat retired from it all at the moment. Let’s face it, never say never. But for now he’s enjoying life on his terms. In fact, you could say he always has lived life on his terms.

Comics by Fabian NiciezaFabian’s a man that looks at everything from the outside. His objective point-of-view is met by acceptance and patience. You would think that someone who makes the move from marketing, (an administrative arm of Marvel) to writing would struggle to find his way. That could not be farther from truth. Fabian planned it that way all along. He always wanted to work in comics but his sensibility and outside perspective of how real life works had him realize at a young age he couldn’t simply break in at age 14, let alone age 19. No, for Fabian his destiny in having a part in Deadpool wasn’t by luck or good fortune – he always wanted be a comic book writer.

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Review: Echoes - Mike Richardson

Lars Hindsley
By Lars Hindsley Sun 2 Oct 2016 10:01 PM EST
Category: Book Reviews | 806 Views

(DM) – October 3, 2016  Echoes is a quick read at 97 pages. On a tablet your swipes will come quickly. While time travel is nothing new in storytelling, keeping time-travel relatable is overlooked by most. Dark Horse comics' president and publisher Mike Richardson writes a tight time-travel story without insulting the reader, proving a good short story doesn't need its plot burdened with fantastic explanations. 
Echoes - Dark Horse Comics - SummaryWhile any writer may envy Richardson's position at Dark Horse to simply publish his musings at will, none will deny his smooth story-telling flows like a bird in the jet stream. You hardly notice the pages going by without any effort.

Echoes is not a mind-bending original. Yet it is a simple enough story that you wish you had written it yourself.  It is however easy to...Read more...

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