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‘Wrestling with Death’ is ‘Six Feet Under’ with a Squared-Circle…

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WGN, who’s been having quite the streak with excellent original content (Salem & Manhattan FTW!),  is about to bring a brand new original series into the fold early next year — roughly two months away — and this new show is ALL kinds of ridiculous and amazing at the same time. The series is called Wrestling with Death, which — according to the show’s Facebook page – is a “unique family docu-series.” Wrestling with Death will be WGN America’s first unscripted series, and will introduce the world to The Lathams, who run The Wilson Funeral Home in Osceola, Arkansas as morticians by day, and run The Mid-Southern Championship Wrestling League as professional wrestlers by night.” SOLD! Read the rest of this entry

I Overheard This At Starbucks…

Play ‘Symphony of the Night’…in LittleBigPlanet 3!

Castlevania: Symphony of the Night is one of the greatest games of all time, and one of my favorite games to replay every year or so.  The game took the series and a whole new direction; mostly by taking the Metroid level design formula and instituting the ‘Metriod-Vania’ game genre.  While there currently exists many ways to play the game (from buying the original print of the game, purchasing the Castlevania Dracula X Chronicles on PSP, digital distribution, etc.), this rendition of the Konami classic looks to be a blast to give a try.  All you need is a PlayStation 4 and a copy of LittleBigPlanet 3. Read the rest of this entry

More Awesome Doctor Who Confusion…

VLC Has Some (Five) AWESOME Hidden Features!

VLC (VideoLAN) is my ABSOLUTE FAVORITE media player, and I have been using it for over five (5) years as a replacement for the memory/power-hungry Windows Media Player. But what’s the best thing about a lightweight, open-source and FREE media player? It’s that the program is no one-trick pony; under the surface, there’s a wide variety of features VLC has that you likely didn’t know it could do.
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Just Google ‘Navy Seals’…

A Tin Man-inspired, umm, Tinman House in Bangkok

I guess it’s safe to say that the owner of the building REALLY likes steel structures; might have to so with its high resiliency, performance under difficult conditions, and quick assembly .  Anyway, the ‘Tin Man’ building showcases a simple and straightforward — yet still distinctive — design using structural steel as the primary material. Interestingly, the use of structural steel also reflects the construction process’ flexibility and represent the quality of the ‘Truth to materials’ architectural design process. Located in the heart of Bangkok — where there’s a concern with the limitations of land use – ‘Tin Man’ is a 3-story house designed to save as much space as possible under the 6 meter-span of structural steel. The owner of the house is a fan of the Tinman character from L. Frank Baum’s classic book, ‘The Wizard of Oz,’ in which the Tinman is a representation of one being with a humble, honest heart. Read the rest of this entry

Micro-Homes & Fist of Jesus! – WIRed #125

It’s time for Episode 125 of WIRed, where Montez McCrary discusses the rise of micro-housing in the United States, turn that working laptop screen into an external monitor, the awesome absurdity of Fist of Jesus, and remembering the WWF Forceable Entry album! Welcome to WIRed, bringing you the nerdy-geekery on architecture, technology, gaming, and pro wrestling. Read the rest of this entry

Old Avengers vs. New Avengers

What a difference 34 years makes…


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