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Barry T. Smith
Works at Milyoni, Inc.
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Lived in Norristown, PA
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This looks simply amazing. Not only is the video clip they created compelling, but the technology to do real time motion capture with (albeit expensive) off the shelf video cards. Wow!
A new short film teaser has taken digital character rendering to a new level, making real time motion capture a lot easier for animators. While working
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When the new Star Wars film hits, if I hear one "me'sa" or "you'sa", people gonna die.
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How wude!
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I've always been a huge Cap fan. See?
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Ok Internet, I am back. I saw Captain America: The Winter Soldier so let the spoilers flow like wine.

MY spoiler free review though:
I am a lifelong Cap fan. My expectations were very high (despite my best efforts to keep them in check).
My expectations were met and for most parts, exceeded!

I'm not quite sure it takes top spot over Avengers as my favorite movie, but there is so much more to mull over and digest with this cinematic entry. I sure with multiple viewings the political intrigue will stew more and more. I was thrilled, upset, shocked and on the edge of my seat for most of the movie. I jumped, clapped and fist pumped at the parts I really liked (much to the chagrin to the fellow on my right).

The trailer definitely does not give the whole movie away, and for that I am glad. Even if you know the Winter Soldier story, there is more than enough here for a Marvel fan to sink their teeth into.

Cap: Awesome to the Nth degree. He's what heroes aspire to be.
Black Widow: Amazing fight scenes and more character development.
Falcon: AWESOME! A great introduction to the character and him and Cap have real chemistry.
Nick Fury: As always, THE man.
Winter Soldier: I always tell my girls that the good guy can only be as good as the bad guy is bad (or the obstacle he has to overcome) and Winter Soldier delivers. 100% solid bad ass who can stand toe to toe with Cap and the gang.

My recommendation: A MUST see on the big screen. :)
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I had to catch what showing I could, so it was on a regular screen. But being by myself I was able to get a good seat in a PACKED house. Must see it again next week on the BIG screen. With 3D. ;)
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"One pastrami sandwich for two people. How will they decide who eats, and who DIES."
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I made this pack at work. It's my favorite videos about X-Men: Days of Future Past. Along with the newest trailer, I included a clip of the opening fight, a history of the comic book storyline and highlights from the Comic-Con panel.

Baby Colossus! Bobby on an ice slide! Whoot!
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Lennon and Mcartney ... together again. This is fairly magical.
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They are what bwings us ... togewher.
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ROTFL!!!!
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This never fails to make me laugh.
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SPIDER BABY! (Evian knocks it out of the park again)
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Sr. Product Manager
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  • Milyoni, Inc.
    Sr. Product Manager, present
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Norristown, PA - Dover, NJ - Oakhurst, CA - San Jose, CA - Medford, OR
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Sometime web cartoonist, full time husband and father, rest of the time Milyonier.
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I draw. I make babies. I work and play with computers. I convert oxygen into carbon dioxide.
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I publish my own webcomics. I'm an Eagle Scout. I can tie my own necktie.
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  • Animation Mentor
    Animation, 2004 - 2005
  • Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art
    Animation, 1987 - 1990
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InkTank, Webmonkey
Service - Excellent Staff - Knowledgeable, friendly and patient Pricing - It seemed like they had very reasonable prices Location - Easy to find, but I knew where I was going since I'd been in the area recently. I am COMPLETELY new to airsoft, but I am a paintballer and gun owner. I recently checked out the airsoft stores in the south bay and far and away DogTag was the best. I dropped in with my wife and daughters and we were immediately greeted when we came in the door and the staff was very courteous and helpful. They covered the different types of guns and let us fire quite a few rounds in the back. My wife (who has never fired a gun in her life) seems hooked. They were very kid friendly (although me and the wife had to swap off keeping the three year old distracted). There is a video game cabinet, videos to watch, and a couch up front to hang out on. The selection is amazing. Far more guns than any of the other stores we visited. They had everything from entry level guns to very high end guns and I think I even saw a grenade launcher and rocker launcher in there. They have protective gear and a great selection of tactical gear like vests, pouches, holsters, etc. Now that I know where me and my family can go for my airsoft needs I'll be a regular customer. Gotta get that Sig Sauer! =)
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Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Airsoft Extreme was unfriendly to me, but I must assume that if you are "in the club" then the store might have something to offer you. By that, I mean that if you are a regular at the store or know airsoft inside and out and can immediately be identified as one of their own and be accepted into the herd, then the store will likely have something to offer you. But if you are new to the game, or are thinking of learning more, this is NOT the store for you. I am completely new to airsoft, but have been paintballing and own a personal protection firearm, so I'm comfortable around gun and sporting shops. But walking into Airsoft Extreme was like walking into a comic book store in the 80s. Dark, cramped, unfriendly and with a vibe of hostility if you are perceived as an outsider. I visited the local San Jose airsoft stores in hopes of seeing some of the guns in person and ask some questions. This was my first stop. I visited with the store with my family. I stood near the counter, showing interest in the pistols on display and no one on staff engaged me to see if I needed help. I eventually looked around the shop a bit and returned to the case where I had to get someone's attention and ask to see a spring model. No conversation, he just brought up the gun I asked to see and stood there while I looked it over. I don't even think he made eye contact with me. I asked to see one more pistol and got the same silent treatment. And I know they do talk because there were conversations going on all around me with customers who were obviously regulars. We eventually left and looked elsewhere. Overall, a very unpleasant experience .
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