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Tuesday, May 31, 2005

Seabiscuits and Road Trips

I caught SeaBiscuit on STAR Movies on Sunday night and it was a really good movie. I had previously seen the documentary on this legendary race horse and that was what made me interested to watch the movie. For those of you who didn't know, SeaBicuit was a race horse and the ultimate underdog. Jeff Bridges' character probably said it best in the movie: "My horse is too small, my jockey is too big, my trainer is too old, and I'm too dumb to realize it!"
But the thing is, SeaBiscuit actually brought America together when he became the little horse that won big races. Especially when he went after War Admiral, A HUGE champion race horse where the two ended up racing a special one-on-one challenge match that became the most watched horse race in history. He even came back from a career ending leg injury to continue his winning streak.
This is a really interesting and heart warming movie if you haven't seen it yet, and I highly recommend checking it out.

I also forgot to mention that I caught Saturday Night Live with special guest host Bernie Mac. You definately can't go wrong when you have one of the funniest stand up comedians on the planet hosting the show!

Yesterday, me and my HAGE boss went to Brunei on business. It was a bit hectic since we had to rush around Kuala Belait meeting with clients and checking on our work crew there. We only got back late in the evening at about 8PM, but at least I can collect some overtime pay off it.

Anyways, PT.2 of my AAA INVADING JAPAN review is up, so check it out.

Never looked at it this way...

Something I got off my buddy TenzanTeam2K's live journal. Not really sure if people see me in this light though.

You Are The Key Character
"It's what I was meant to do."

You are the true enigma. No one knows much about you, you do not understand much of yourself, and your life seems to carry no purpose. Yet regardless of everything around you - everyone knows that you are here for some reason, even if no one yet knows what that is. Things seem to simply fall into place for you. Almost as though some force is working either through you, for you, or around you. No matter your troubles, you have been sent here to unlock something. This is your destiny.

Which Classic Story Role Do You Play?
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Sunday, May 29, 2005

I Play Chicken with the Train...

After two days of snake wrangglin', I still could find the damn thing. I'm guessing it either found a way out of the house, or is really hidden well feeding on geckos under the cabinets somewhere.
Anyways, I didn't go out last night because Trish was working the evening shift. So I sat home watching TV while keeping an eye open for my slithering house guest. I watched the HBO premiere of Second Hand Lions, and it was a really good and funny movie. It's about this kid named Walter played by Haley Joel Osmond who goes to stay with his two uncles played by Robert Duvall and Michael Caine. British born Caine has probably the worst southern accent I've ever heard, but it was stil a really funny movie as they told young Walter about their adventures when they were younger, and as far fetched as they sounded, every now and then some situation would crop up and they would live up to they hype, despite their old age.
So where does the lion in the title of the movie come in to play? Well, these two old timers have a HUGE stash of money somewhere, and when Walter comes to stay with them, he manages to convince them to spend it instead of keeping it laying around. So among the crazy purchases they made included a second hand lion from a zoo that didn't want it anymore due to it's age. They had originally planned to hunt it, but the lion was too sick and old, so they let Walter look after it.
It was just an overall fun feel good movie, and if you've never watched it before, I highly recommend it.

You guys are also probably wondering about the title of this post. Well, after watching Second Hand Lions, I switched over to Jay Leno on CNBC where he was interviewing Rob and Amber of Survivor/Amazing Race fame. And after he was done with them, Leno introduced the musical guest for the evening, which was a band called Cowboy Troy. They performed the track I Play Chicken (With The Train) from their new album Loco Motive, and at first glance I was actually gonna dismiss them as another country western band, then I noticed the singer was black and he began rapping to country music! The song had a really good groove and a catchy chorus. I guess the best way to describe it is either Country Nu-Metal, or what you get if you crossed Country, Hip Hop and Nu-Metal. I highly recommend giving these guys a listen if you can, especially this killer track that will probably stick in my head for a while. It's definately a change from all the aggressive heavy metal I've been listening to.

Friday, May 27, 2005

Snake Wrangler

I'm not in a very good mood today, and it's not because me and Trish went to watch the horror slasher flick House Of Wax last night, featuring Paris Hilton getting her head impaled on a iron spike.

The reason for I'm not too cheerful today is because there's a snake slithering around somewhere in my house right at this very minute! How did it get there? Well, it all started yesterday morning at work when an old friend of mine called me up and told me she and her husband had caught a snake in their garden. Knowing I've been looking for a pet snake for a while they called me and offered to give it to me for free! Needless to say I accepted and they sent it to me at my office. It was a beautiful specimen, but what species or if it was even poisonous, I wasn't sure.
So on my lunch break I brought it home and kept it in an old fish tank, complete with a cover. But wouldn't you know when I got back that evening it had ESCAPED it's tank?!? I spent several hours searching the house after and couldn't find it. So it either found a way out, or is hiding somewhere. And if you've ever seen the decorating job my mom did with the house, you'd know there are virtually HUNDREDS of places for it to hide.
But how did it get in the house and how did it escape you might ask? This is the "point the finger" part of the story. I had originally weighted down the cover with some heavy tiles, but my dad said it wouldn't be nescessary. Being the dumbass I am, I actually listened to him instead of following my instinct and all the snake catching stories I've seen on Animal Planet and National Geographic. My dad and I both underestimated the strength of a snake, as it's body is all muscle and really woulndn't have had any trouble pushing the cover over. As for it getting in the house, I was originally gonna leave it out in the patio under the shade, but my mom told me better to keep it inside in case someone decides to hop the fence and steal it! Of all the times in the world I took to listen to my parents, it had to be this time! Sheesh.
Needless to say I couldn't sleep easy last night knowing that the little guy could be anywhere in the house. And the fact that I also didn't know if it was venomous or not just made the paranoia worst. I'm keeping my eyes open all the time now in hopes that it comes out in the open and I can snag it again. I would personally rather it escaped and got out of the house rather than die of starvation or dehydration under a cabinet in the living room somewhere, so hopefully it pops up soon.

Another reason I'm depressed about the situation was that I knew this guy at the pet shop who also has a thing for exotic pets. I had snapped a picture of the snake with my digi-cam and brought it to him hoping he could identify it. He wasn't there, but his colleagues took one look at the pictures and immediately asked if I were interested to sell it to them! So I'm now I'm also pissed that my carelessness let an easy payday get away as I easilly would have sold it to them if the price was right.

I'll keep you guys updated on the situation in the following days. So check back when ya can. Now I gotta go play snake wrangler and upturn some furniture in my hunt for the slithering serpent...

Thursday, May 26, 2005

Another KO by Mark Burnett

I caught the finale of The Contender last night. It's the much hyped Mark Burnett produced reality show where boxers from around America are brought together and given the chance to compete at Ceasers's Palace for a one million dollar prize fight and help them make a name for themselves in the industry. But the series wasn't all about a bunch of contenders working hard to survive and make it to the finals, but also about the lives behind their chosen career paths, the reason they fight if you will.
Last night's finals came down to two truly deserving fighters: Peter Manfredo Jr., The Pride of Providence, who was also undefeated and ranked 3rd in the world. However, he suffered a crushing defeat in the VERY FIRST FIGHT of the show and was eliminated by Alphonzo Gomez, who was one of the biggest underdogs on the show as he went in with the worst fight record of all the fighters. More on him later. Anyway, Manfredo came back into the game when one of the other fighters couldn't continue and the rest of the fighters had to vote on one of the three fighters already eliminated at the time to come back and replace him, which was a real lucky break for the guy as he fought back and made it all the way to the finals, even avenging his loss to Gomez in the semi-finals in an incredible battle where the two just unloaded like crazy on each other during the finals seconds of their fight.
The other finalist was The Latin Snake, Sergio Mora. A young smart kid who survived all the challenges and fights in the contest to reach the finals. Sergio advanced to the finals beating Jesse Brinkley, the only fighter to score a KO in the entire season. Sergio was also the man who eliminated Najai Turpin in the first round, the controversial fighter who would commit suicide days after his elimination.
But like I mentioned before, these two were not just fighting for the million dollar prize and the Contender championship belt, but for their families as well. Peter is fighting so that he can provide a better life for his family, and Sergio wants to win so that his mother who took care of him all his life wouldn't have to work anymore and he would then be the one to support her.
When the fight eventually started, the two tore into each other and unloaded bombs, but as the fight progressed into the later rounds, it was obvious that Sergio was in much better shape as he withstood Manfredo's offence and unloaded quick combo shots to his opponent's body every now and then. Sergio even got overconfident at one point and taunted Manfredo's corner during the fight which almost cost him as he was left open to some big head shots by Manfredo, but Sergio took it and still held on like a champion. I noticed one vital point where Sergio was wide open towards the end of the 7th round and when Manfredo threw a big punch there just wasn't any power behind it to do any damage as he was already exhausted. The fight went the 7-round distance and Sergio came out the winner by a unanimous judges decision. In addition to the cash and the belt, Sergio also won a pickup truck and will be on the cover of the next edition of Ring magazine. It will definitely be interesting to see if this kid can actually become a contender on a national level down the line.

In addition to the finals, there was also a third place bronze fight on the card between Alphonzo Gomez and Jesse Brinkley. Like I said before, Alphonzo was the biggest underdog of the contest as he came in with the worst fight record of the lot, but shocked everyone when he beat Peter Manfredo Jr., who had the best record of all the fighters and even ranked 3rd in the world, as well as being UNDEFEATED up until that point. Needless to say he turned a few heads and raised a few eyebrows with his performance. And his semi-final fight, which was also a rematch against the Manfredo, was an incredible battle of two young lions with no quit in them.
Jesse Brinkley was the joker of the bunch, he had a great personality and was easy to get along with. But he also had big fighting spirit in him. Proven when he had to lose 10lbs in ONE DAY, and then while obviously fatigued and dehydrated, had to take on probably the most dangerous fighter in the contest that very same evening! Anthony Bonsante could easily be considered the heel of the season as he was the only fighter to take the cheap way out by fighting a far inferior fighter to advance in the contest. Whether he was doing it to for his kids or not, Anthony was the only fighter in the contest to challenge and beat a fighter that was below him and he knew it. Even the other fighters acknowledged the move as a cheap way to advance. Bonsante is also a very rough and hard hitter, and during his fight with Brinkley he totally dominated the young farm boy until one opening in the final round ended with Brinkley scoring the first and only KO win of the season!
The bronze fight was also pretty good, and looked almost even for the most part, until Gomez upped his game by scoring more shots and working it. And the judges agreed after 5 rounds awarding Gomez the 3rd place prize of $250,000. Gomez even stuck around to do guest commentary for the finals and everyone agreed a fight between him and winner Mora or a tie-breaker with Manfredo would make for good booking.

All in all, while I didn’t catch every episode of the show due to conflicting TV time schedules, I really enjoyed what I saw and the fights at the end of each episode seemed to be more interesting and entertaining than the big fights they normally air on PPV, and the finals had it's fair share of celebrities in the audience such as Cuba Gooding Jr., Cameron Diaz, Eddie Murphy, and I even spotted Hulk Hogan behind the ring announcer! Whether the editing and punch effects had anything to do with making the fights more interesting, I’m not too sure, but I’ll definitely be interested to check out the next season of the show should it come around.

Tuesday, May 24, 2005

Birthday Bash

I would have updated my blog sooner, but my home internet connection has been so bad lately that I can hardly get anything done online! I even just found out it was so bad that a petition of complaint had been started up by the residents in my area and they are going to formally complain to Telekom today! Luckilly my office connection still has a decent speed so I can get my work done.

The Birthday Bash
OK, Sunday was probably one of the more interesting birthday's I've had in years. After I picked up my parents at the airport and sent them home, I went to pick up Trish from work and she surprised me with a birthday cake! I don't think I've ever had a birthday cake come to think of it. I then sent her home for her to freshen up and then we were off to start the festivaties.
We headed to Shiki for dinner. Shiki is a new Japanese restaurant that's been open for awhile now, but we've never been there to give it our blessings. So the first thing we noticed is how pricy everything was compared to the other two Japanese restaurants in town, but when we received our order it was all well worth the money! The portions were BIG and filling, so filling in fact that we were so stuffed and had to cancel the rest of our evening plans! We instead went back to my place to watch some TV and just rest our overstuffed bread-baskets. We watched the HBO premiere of SWAT. Fun action movie about some ex-SWAT team members trying to break an international criminal out of prison and the team of good SWAT guys trying to stop them.
We followed that up with a bit of Jay Leno before we remembered about the birthday cake, so we then went and did the old cake cutting ceremony. Trish even sang happy birthday to me all by herself. God I love that woman. We finished up the evening watching Saturday Night Live before I sent her home.
May not sound like much to you guys, but it was a heck of an evening for me and I probably won't forget it anytime soon.

Four Days of Wasting My Life Away
So anyways, Thursday evening was the big night my hometown received it's city status. So naturally, me and Trish avoided the town like the plague cause it was gonna be packed full of people who wanted in on the festivaties. Instead, we went back to my place and watched the Country Bears movie on STAR Movies. Yeah, it was a kids show, but it was fun.
I couldn't go out with Trish on Friday and Saturday night cause she was working the late shift. Instead, I had lunch with her those two days and sent her work. And with my parents out of town on vacation, I lazed at home all day for the past few days playing rounds of Outlaw Golf 2. Speaking of games, I also just posted a review of the PS2 survival horror game Haunting Ground. So check it out and I'll catch ya later.

Saturday, May 21, 2005

Thought I had it worse than this...

I am 51% Video Game Addict.
I have a Video Game Problem
Video games are a big portion of my life, maybe too big of a portion. They are not a means of social interaction, despite what I might think. I should just go outside.

I am 23% Idiot.
Friggin Genius
I am not annoying at all. In fact most people come to me for advice. Of course they annoy the hell out of me. But what can I do? I am smarter than most people.

I am 35% Asshole/Bitch.
Part Time Asshole/Bitch.
I may think I am an asshole or a bitch, but the truth is I am a good person at heart. Yeah sure, I can have a mean streak in me, but most of the people I meet like me.

I am 21% White Trash.
Not at all White Trashy!
I, my friend, have class. I am so not white trash. . I am more than likely Democrat, and my place is neat, and there is a good chance I may never drink wine from a box.

Thursday, May 19, 2005

We Built This City...

Anybody remember that song? I do, but I forgot who sang it XP

Anyways, I have a confession to make. I've always bashed my home town as "Pity City". But the truth should be known now that it's not really a city, but a town as everyone used to call it. Even if it is way better than the state capital, an official city, and some of the bigger towns in the state. So hence forth, I should shall now refer to it as "Pity Town". That is until TOMORROW...
You see, TOMORROW this town will OFFICIALLY be declared a CITY. So starting TOMORROW, I can call it "Pity City" with a clear concience and no feeling of guilt for building it up as something bigger than it really is.
Of course, with City Status comes all the goodeness that makes a city a city. They expanded the highways, which lead to bigger traffic jams, which is odd because before they ever touched the roads, the flow of traffic was just fine. And then of course there's the influx of foreigners, in our case, idiots from Brunei who come down here almost everyday, adding to the traffic jams and driving like they own the place. If their freakin' government would just lighten up on some of the country's policies (like say, legalize alchohol), then maybe their own people would stay put in their country and their Sultan would be the richest man in the world again.
And then there's the People. What city these days doens't have it's share of hip-hop and rapper wannabes? Or girls who dress up like their favourire pop-star? Or they guys who think they are so "cool" cause they have a cool looking car like the one they saw on The Fast And The Furious and it's sequel, as well as boring animes like Initial-D and crappy shows like that. You know what I'm talking about, those guys who's car you can hear coming a mile away because they blast their stereos louder than their car engine. And it's not even music they listen to! Everytime I hear one of these things past by, all I hear is "Boom! Boom! Boom!" loudly blaring from the speakers. You know, I bet if I just kicked a bass drum for 5-minutes and added some squeeks and an annoying high-pitched voice repeating the same phrase over and over again, recorded it and sold it on a CD, I'd make MILLIONS. Cause these dumbasses who buy it probably can't tell the difference, which there really ISN'T any when it comes to this techno crap.
Right now the only thing missing from this soon to be city are the high-rise buildings and huge shopping malls. Those are still in the planning stages, but the government can't wait that long. The one good thing coming out of all this is that tomorrow is a public holiday, and so is Monday due to Wesak Day, so I get a FOUR-DAY WEEKEND!!!

So when next I post here, it will be from the CITY of Miri. Or check that, RESORT CITY of Miri. I could probably write up a whole other rant on that topic too.

Now for the good stuff, posted a puroresu/lucha libre show review for the first day of the AAA Invading Japan show. A fun show featuring Mexican Luchadores from AAA working a two shows in Japan, along with special appearances by several Puroresu stars from various promotions. Part 2 is coming soon, so check it out and enjoy!

Sunday, May 15, 2005

A Good Evening

Last night was the first time in a long time I got to spend some quality time with my girl Trish. She'd been working the afternoon shift on Saturdays for the past few weeks and yesterday she finally got to work the morning shift, as well as transfer to the new branch the company she worked for opened at Imperial Mall.
We got a takeaway from McDonalds and came back to my place where we lazed together watching TV. First was TNA Impact, featuring one of the final appearances by Chris Candido before his injury at Lockdown which eventually led to him passing on. I explained it to Trish and she said it was a shame, even if she wasn't that big on pro-wrestling. We then caught Life, Or Something Like It on Star Movies. The Angelina Jolie movie about the reporter who tries to change her life after someone predicts she only had seven days left to live. It was one of those fun "feel good" movies and it was interesting to see Angelina Jolie in a comical role. After that there was the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and that was followed by the always fun Saturday Night Live.
I can safely say it's always enjoyable and relaxing to watch some good TV while cuddling with someone you care about :)

Anyways, with all of 5 hours of sleep, I had to get up early and head to the office to do some overtime work this morning. Me and my Hage Boss had to get all the paper work done as our workers will be heading outstation to work soon. The workers were also sent to do their sea survival training course this morning also, and one of them actually had the nerve to ask my Hage Boss for a pay raise or he'd walk. My Boss's answer? There's the door! Don't let it hit you on the way out!
I can't believe the nerve of some people. This jackass has been sitting on the sidelines for a few months now, and now he has a chance to work and he pisses it away. Nice going dumbass. I'm sure he'll find work elsewhere, but not at the high rate he was demanding. That's right, he was DEMANDING it. So I guess it's good luck if he can find a job ANYWHERE with that attitude.

On to the blog, and I've posted the results for New Japan's big Tokyo Dome show, as well as a review of the new video by American Head Charge called Cowards, and it features UFC fighter Chuck Lidell. Check 'em out.
I just received my latest tape order from Jeff Lynch yesterday, so expect more puroresu show reviews soon.

Friday, May 13, 2005

Some people...

I'm not in a very good mood right now. I've been having a rough week at work since things have been very busy with all the arrangements were are currently undertaking for the next big job project, and then there's the never ending flow of jobless people I have to meet everyday who are looking for jobs. I shouldn't be angry with them cause it's obvious most of them weren't brought up like I was, but come on! I would expect some of them with all the years of work experiance they have in their field to at least know how to follow instructions and fill out an application form and supply the required documentation to further their chances of getting the job. There's really so much more I could say about this matter, but I'm gonna hold off for now cause it just pisses me off more to think about it. Especially with what happened just now when I went to pick up Trish from work like I usually do on Fridays.
I get to the place she works and look around like I usually do waiting for her to finish her shift, when suddenly one of her colleagues remarks in a joking manner that I'm there, then she says Trish can't go yet case she has to do overtime today. The thing is, Trish's bitch-ass she-boss heard this and suddenly agrees that she can't go home and wants her to stay and helpout with the preperations for the new company branch opening soon! WTF?!? Trish would have gotten off if not for that bitch of a colleague with a big mouth! And it didn't help that the bitch-ass she-boss who's had it in for Trish for a long time now heard it and decided to keep her around.
Needless to day it ruined our evening plans. But WTF can I say about the place Trish works? Their owners are a pair of dumbasses who always do things at the last minute, never taking into account their staff's needs. I mean, they even only get 2 days off a MONTH. Which is really dumb if you ask me. Trish herself even tells me that the only reason she sticks around there is because of the pay she gets, and as soon as she finds a better paying job she's definately out of there. I personally can't wait myself.

Moving on. I've got a puroresu show review up for your reading pleasure. The NOAH "Navigate For Evolution" 4/24/2005 show where Takeshi Rikioh made his first defence of the GHC Heavyweight Title against Akitoshi Saito, and also includes a really fun and heated tag match pitting former GHC champion Kenta Kobashi teaming with rookie sensation Go Shiozaki to take on veteran Genichiro Tenryu and Jun Akiyama. Check it out and enjoy.

Thursday, May 12, 2005

An Amazing Finish

So there I was last night watching the finale of the Amazing Race and I switch my browser to Yahoo to check my mail, and low and behold one of their headlines is a spoiler revealing the winner! Curse my luck. Spoilers were floating around everywhere and I manage to avoid them up until the last minute.
Still, it definately was an amazing race (no pun intended) to the finish as Uchenna & Joyce pulled off an AMAZING comeback from being dead last and even being delayed HOURS apart from the other teams to get the win at the very end! This was a really good finale and they did a heck of a production job to make the outcome very tense as they had Rob and Amber, or Ambah as Rob pronouces it, hot on the tails of Uchenna & Joyce who were begging for money left and right so they could pay off their cab driver just so they coud dash to the finish line!
Rob & Amber came in second, but make no bones about it, they were THE GAME as far as this series is concerned. Another million dollar opportunity slips away from Rob for the 4th time (2 Survivors, 1 fan voting and this), and I'm guessing he won't last as long if he ever joins any other reality contest due to the whole world probably on to his antics after two seasons of Survivor and this Amazing Race. Rob & Amber were definately the team to beat since they DOMINATED a majority of the race, whether the producers of the show had anything to do with that remains to be seen and still remains under heavy speculation.
Heck, even I was rooting for Rob & Amber until Joyce & Uchenna made the ultimate sacrifice of Joyce getting her head shaved bald just to get the Fast Forward during the India leg of the race a few weeks back. A sacrifice that big deserves to be rewarded like this. I wish them good luck now that they plan on starting a family.
And then there was the third place them of ex-POW Ron and ex-beauty queen Kelly. The disfunctional couple of the race that made it to the finals. They were bickering all the way through, but at least they made the final three.
Overall all, the most deserving couple won this one. Not the scheming heel team or the disfunctional bickering couple that couldn't get along. A great end to probably one of the best seasons of the Amazing Race I've ever seen. Now if only AXN would start airing Survivor...

Sunday, May 08, 2005


After a hard week at work, finally got to rest up a bit these few days. Me & Trish skipped our usual Friday night movie and went window shopping instead. At least it would have been window shopping if Trish didn't buy clothes that were on sale at Parkson. I usually wouldn't complain about her buying habits, but she left her purse at home so I had to foot the bill for her. At least she paid me back when we got back to her place.
Saturday I lazed at home all day playing Haunting Ground on PS2. I picked Trish up at work that night also and we went to McDonalds for supper. I had the new chicken foldover sandwich, and it's really big and worth the price. It's definately alot better than the curry chicken KFC is offering at the moment. For some reason, every other recipe KFC has tried for it's chicken still pales in comparison to the original Hot & Spicy recipe.
Another lazy day today, but I have managed to post a puroresu show review for your reading pleasure. I'm working on more reviews to post this month since I'm finally getting around to watching them. Enjoy.

Yup, that's me alright

Another fun item I picked off TenzanTeam2K's live journal.

Revenge killer

You kill for

That is because you have lost something or
someone you held very dear. Now you can't seem
to get over the loss that marked your soul, and
the only solution is to go after the one person
who brought all this pain to you. Chances are
you are angry inside and you bottle everything
up and don't talk to anyone about it. People
may want to help, but you think that they can
never understand your pain and only get
frustrated because of this. But it is important
to see all that you have left and be thankful
of that even if you have lost something great.
It may not be true that Times heals all wounds,
but with time and talking about your feelings,
maybe the hurt will ease.

Main weapon: Yourself
Quote: "You can close your eyes to
reality but not to memories" -Stainslaw J.
Facial expression: Gritted teeth and
teary eyes

What Type of Killer Are You? [cool pictures]
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Thursday, May 05, 2005

Fear the Gore!!!

So my buddy TenzanTeam2K recommeded I try this out and this is the result. Not bad if I do say so myself. Would have preferred being the Sandman though.

You're Rhyno
You are... Rhino

Which former ECW personality (male) are you?
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Not alot going on now since I've been really busy with work these past few days, but I have managed to post up a video game review for the Japanese survival horror game KUON. Check it out.

Monday, May 02, 2005

My Japanese is name is....WTF?!?

I got this off my buddy TenzanTeam2K's live journal. I SO do not think this sounds right.

Your Japanese Name Is...

Shigekazu Askikaga

That's what my real name gets. This is what my nickname gets:

Your Japanese Name Is...

Shuichi Masachika

And my girlfriend's name would be:

Your Japanese Name Is...

Fujita Matsudaira

Here's something I agree with more:
Terry Bogard
Terry Bogard

What King of Fighters character are you?
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You're Earthquake. Underneath it all you're just a
big teddy bear. You pretend to be really mean
but you're not. You and your best friend
Typhoon do most damage by just falling on top
of people. You're finisher involves your
buttcheeks all over some poor guy's chest.
Your Earthquake days were probably the best
days of your career. The whole Oddities/Golga
thing with ICP singing your theme music just
didn't go over as well as you'd hoped.

What forgotten 90s WWE( F ) superstar are you?
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You are Sigfried!
You are Sigfried. You are a basic, normal human.
You weild a huge Zwiehander sword. You are one
of the few to aquire Soul Edge, yet it
transforms you into an evil killing beast!

Which Soul Calibur 2 Character are you?
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Sunday, May 01, 2005


Me and Trish went to watch the Vin Diesel action/comedy movie, The Pacifier. It was a fun movie to watch with some funny spots of course, but I coulnd't help but notice Diesel's weakness in the "acting" department. It just didn't sound natural most of the time when he spoke, but it was still a fun movie worth checking out.

Yesterday was a bit of a hectic day as I dashed to every money changer in town looking for money changers with US dollars to use to make my next puroresu order for May, but NONE of them had 1 dolla' billz. I even went to the Miri Marriott Resort where I used to work to see if any of the bell hops had any tips from guests, but that turned up a blank too. Luckilly I was able to finally find it today, so my orders should be ready to go out on Tuesday since it's a holiday tomorrow.
I hate to admit it, but I'm actually backed up on puroresu shows to watch now, so someone out there do me a favor and remind not to order anything next month ok? My cash supply is tapped as it is since DVD sales have been weak these past fews months.

Yesterday my company was supposed to have a farewell dinner for one of the clerks in the office, but it didn't happen cause there wasn't any venue to host the dinner. They wanted to have it at a hotel, but they are all fully booked this weekend due to a golf tournament going. Personally, I say good riddance to the bitch cause she's a pain the ass and I'm glad the dinner didn't take place.

On to the blog, and I've got a BIG puroresu show review up for New Japan Pro Wrestling's 2/20/2005 show. This was the epic show that featured the big IWGP/Triple Crown double title match, and I wrote out a play-by-play review of the match, which was really awesome up until the end. Check it out and enjoy.

And keep an eye open tomorrow for my WWE Backlash PPV report. The card may be less than stellar, but this will be the first live WWE PPV I've seen in a while.