Randy Orton RKOs the Actors, Wrestlers AND Marvel/DC Cinematic Universes…

Here’s the thing: I may NEVER tire of the “RKO Outta Nowhere” phenomenon, whether it’s in the squared-circle, out of the squared-circle, or crudely inserted in funny internet videos. Thankfully, the folks at Vigeo provided me more entertainment by offering up some comedy starring Randy Orton and some unexpected enemies, such as The Avengers, The Rock, Iron Man, Shia Labeouf, and more.  After watching The Viper take down a long list of fictional foes — Superman included — with his RKO, I can’t get enough of it!

You Know What? I Want To Play District 9 As An 8-Bit Game, Too…

I’ve covered CineFix’s 8-Bit ‘game-ification’ of some of my favorite movies before (Happy Gilmore, Scarface & Captain America: The Winter Soldier), then their treatment of District 9 certainly fits, as it has some video game-like elements to it.  It goes without saying that this short video that adapts the film as an 8-bit video game is just perfect. Plus, I know I’d play the crap out of it! Continue reading You Know What? I Want To Play District 9 As An 8-Bit Game, Too…

Turn a Raspberry Pi Into a Google Music Player

Turn a Raspberry Pi Into a Google Music Player

Well crap; now I gotta buy ANOTHER Raspberry Pi….said no one in a disgruntled way EVER (since I currently has two; a B+ running RetroPie and a Pi 2 running Plex Media Server)!  Anyway, personally (and for MANY other people), Google Play’s a pretty easy way to get access to all your music. So, should you find yourself looking to build a tiny standalone device for playing that music, GitHub user fredley created a simple little front end piece of software that’s pretty easy to use. Continue reading Turn a Raspberry Pi Into a Google Music Player

5 Post-War Architecture Tips the Tiny House Movement Can Learn…

Quixote Village in Olympia, Washington. Image © Leah Nash for BuzzFeed

Rory Scott of ArchDaily wrote an interesting piece about the burgeoning Tiny House Movement, in which he ponders on why are Tiny Houses have become so popular, the promise this building type hold for society, and the issues the movement addresses.  Scott came to the conclusion that the Tiny House movement has quite possible become the closest thing we have right now to a utopian housing solution.  While I can definitely agree with that sentiment, I also agree with his follow-up statement that the Tiny House Movement still has a lot of work to do; a BIG amount of work… Continue reading 5 Post-War Architecture Tips the Tiny House Movement Can Learn…

Hell In A Cell – Doc’D #28

In this month’s professional wrestling-themed episode of PractitioNERD Documented, or “Doc’D”, host Montez McCrary will be discussing the history, concept and influence of the Hell In A Cell specialty match. Continue reading Hell In A Cell – Doc’D #28

The Young Bucks Superkick A Father and his Kid Because WRESTLING!!!!11!!11!!!!!!

Let me just preface this by stating the obvious; The Young Bucks (Matt and Nick Jackson) are the most entertaining tag team in pro wrestling today.  All they do is beat you up, take your title belts, perform DX crotch chops (all while screaming that same DX catch-phrase).  Also, if it’s your birthday, they’ll even throw-in a superkick to your and for family member’s faces.

No, for real, like to injure you.  This IS pro wrestling remember? Continue reading The Young Bucks Superkick A Father and his Kid Because WRESTLING!!!!11!!11!!!!!!

HEY! Someone Beat ‘Dark Souls’ Using Only The Power Of His Voice

It goes without saying that Dark Souls is a spirit-crushingly difficult game, and that would be correct because it’s intended to be that way. Rather than allowing players to easily cruise through the game’s single-player mode and enjoy the experience and take in the story and the graphics, but NO, you’re going to get distracted by the game killing you over and over.  The goal of Dark Souls is demanding the player to learn each enemy’s attack patterns and how to counter those attacks to defeat them, so button-mashers need not apply. But when it comes to this genius (or crazy) person, why need to press buttons at all? Continue reading HEY! Someone Beat ‘Dark Souls’ Using Only The Power Of His Voice

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