I'm so hooked on Instagram. (http://instagr.am). I'm sure you've heard of it. It's a cool way to share images: shoot something; crop it to square format (pretend it's 120 film), add a retro/hipster/lo-fi filter, and upload it for everyone to love and comment on it.
It's iPhone only at the moment, but you can view Instagram streams in a couple of cool ways:
Check out my Instagram pics and let me know what you like.
That's my clever title for my long-winded recollection of [adult swim] memories. This year is the 10th anniversary of [as]. Hard to believe, I know. I've been a fan since Day One (even since Day Zero) and I've got some great memories to share.
As I find some scraps of time, I've been working on a blog post about my memories of [as]. It'll be online eventually. Stay tuned.
I think I'm like most men, in that we (not very smartly), would just rather not know. The secret truth is that I've never been to the dentist. If I *have* been, though, it must've been when I was just a lad, without free will. After I got free will, though, I chose to avoid Ye Olde Tooth Mangler.
Now that I've got a job with dental benefits, however, it was time to do a check-up. Well, I was goaded into it. It's amazing how many people care about you when you think about it, isn't it?
I was recommended to Dr. M, as he was very good, nice, used the newest, high-tech-est equipment, and was totally truthful. That was the party line, anyway. Bu
I started watching Yu yu Hakusho several years ago when [adult swim] was new; when they were first experimenting with Anime. I enjoyed the animation, characters and plot. The story of Yusuke Urameshi, spirit detectives, demons, and friendship was enjoyable.
Back in in the early days (2002, I guess) YYH was relatively uncut on [as]. It could be pretty violent and vulgar (hey, it's a story about a smart-mouth, bad-ass kid fighting demons, after all!). It was pretty ballsy to put something like it on a children's network, even late at night. That didn't deter the popularity of the series, apparently, as it was eventually moved out of [adu