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FazZ Khedoo (EviL FazZ)
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Thanks +Google UK for the 'free' £5'iver \[]^__^]/

..."Buy and set up your Chromecast by 15 July 2014 to get a £4.99 GBP credit towards a movie rental from +Google Play"...
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I had no idea Pamela Anderson's film from the nineties actually did SO much productively around the world, but still ...+Bethesda Softworks is only telling the awful truth through +The Evil Within ...aka Barb Wire ( . )( . )
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I think Bigby just really misses The Pudding & Pie strip club (Ep:02 Pt:04) []^__^]
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Yeah sure +Irena Savchenko ...but you first []6__9]
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So what did you do today? ...I saved Batman []^__^]

Whilst cycling the CS3 routes in East London, I watched in the distance a small human no older than twelve years of age cycle slam, whack, pow, kaboom (sorry, wrong era Batman) ricochet off a street lamppost and into a brick wall. The finale didn't look too painful, but felt a fellow cyclists no matter how small or minor always deserves my assistance when in need.

The small human was seated on pavement already in tears, which told me he was physically unbroken, but in some pain of course. I naturally asked if he was OK, which he tearfully replied with a slow nod and some shock. I asked if I should find his parents, but he didn't respond, so I held out my hand to help him on to his feet and said let me help you try to stand up. Still in shock and now crying even more, I was in the difficult position of trying to avoid physically helping him up (for all the typical sad modern reasons) and instead just talk him through it.

Now, if you don't know me, I live in an entertainment filled world (hence why I never sleep) and daily I live and breath OST's (Original Soundtrack's) found in films, games and even adverts. The only words that came to my tiny noodle, that felt right for this exact moment and I could say to this helpless small human ..."Why do fall?" ...he immediately looked at me with interest and some confusion even. I closed my arms and stepped back a fraction, completing the 'quote' ..."So that we can learn to pick ourselves up". He slowly stood on his own and I said "to go easy" and "I'll go pick your bike and walk you home".

Thinking back, that small human ruined what could have been a perfect moment. He should have replied ..."This isn't a bike". I'll return tomorrow and advise social services, as this young mind is obviously being hugely neglected, meanwhile I'll try to improve my helpful words to those in physical pain, though all that comes to mind: The Naked Gun Leslie Nielsen & OJ Simpson HD

Sources: If you don't know the terrible lines, it's originally: This Isn't A Car and the life changing (LMAO) words I gave to the small human in pain: Alfred - Why do we fall ? []^__^]
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...Don't cha \[]6__9]/

The source of this great EviL: +Jeffrey Anthony's loving other half ...this must be what true love really is \{}^__^}/
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Better and more watchable than the actual +Disney film []o__O]
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Love this alternative ending! Made me laugh :D
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To answer a number of privately asked questions I've had today:

+Sony's FMP-X10 and their +PlayStation 4 ...for £1000 GBP-ish total (TBC)

...No {}¬__¬}

Why? ...because there's a long time 'better' alternative ...such as a typical decent desktop (with Windows or +Linux) which both can easily do the all the above and 'a hell lot more' for a lot less than hard earned money ()^__^)

Once again ...I have my EviL EyEs on you +Sony \[]v__V]/
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The PC Engine was some seriously sexy gaming hardware and had some equally fantastic games {}^__^}

It made sense in those days to do modular hardware upgrades due to technology limitations, but I just don't understand it these 'modern' days, especially as +Sony's options costs so much more than the far better options that are already available. +Sony (like everyone) knew long ago about 4K video/gaming and even said sometime ago that the +PlayStation 4 might support 4K stills viewing (Oooo 4K still images), but no and as usual they planned to milk punters for even more, for less []£__£]
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Sorry, a little boring ...it's just a few quick random shots whilst I was out cycling in the sun and visiting +Newham London at our local Royal Docks []^__^]
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'Creative human' of Audio, Visual, Design and Fabrication
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Almost anything related to Audio, Visual, Design and Fabrication
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  • the FazZ project
    Creative human, 2011 - present
    Audio, Visual, Design and Fabrication
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    Video, Audio, Musical and Visual Stills Editor, 2006 - 2011
    Freelance A/V Editor
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I sometimes pretend to be normal, but then I get bored and go back to being me \[]#_+]/
Introduction
"Time is everything"
Thomas Edison (himself)

"People never change"
Irena Savchenko (my very sexy other half)

"Wendy? ...Darling. Light of my life. I'm not gonna hurt ya. You didn't let me finish my sentence. I said: 'I'm not gonna hurt ya.' I'm just gonna bash your brains in. I'm gonna bash 'em right the f**k in! {laughs}"
Jack Torrance (Jack Nicholson)

"I have people skills; I am good at dealing with people. Can't you understand that? What the hell is wrong with you people?"
Tom Smykowski (Richard Riehle)


Coming one day in the very distant future: the FazZ project ® []^_^]
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I'm human... apparently!? ...and of colour too []^_^] ...yeah, that's right, just like the Na'vi in Avatar []O_O]
Education
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    Love, Life and Technology, 1976 - present
    A combination of 80's films, music, games, computers and free running (long before it was even a thing)
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EviL FazZ, FazZ, Zeel, Ev'oL, iRena's other half, FazZ'ombie, FazZ'oid, Fozzie Bear, Brown Bear, ALF, Player One, That Creative chap, The Fonzie, Mr Khedoo, Fazeel, The 'Khedoo' in 'SavchenKhedoo'
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I briefly stopped in Boba Jam some years ago, but with friends who knew what to order and was just for a quick cold drink. This time round, it was for food, drinks and laughs. Though the place feels a tacky and fake, it's comfy enough for a group of four (per-fixed-table) and the menu is varied enough for any sweet tooth or just a lovely Mocha coffee, which I thought was exactly how I happily remember it when we travelled around Southeast/East Asia {}^__^} Some have mentioned the staff were either unhelpful or rude to them. I'm hoping it wasn't a one off, because we had a good experience and even though they were very busy on the night we went, they helped in getting us in and seated together rather quickly. The food and drinks were surprisingly good and enjoyable. What looked and tasted like fruit, was just manufactured sweet stuff, which isn't great, but this place is more about fun than nutritious at all. However, the fun was a little dampened by it's plasticy presentation, typical greasy spoon cafe-like crockery and cutlery, overly bright lighting and the large TV screen playing in the background (not in English) makes 'Boba Jam' feel tacky and more suited towards much younger humans than adults. I cautiously recommend the slightly over priced 'Boba Jam' and warn you to expect more a fast food establishment feel (though ironically slow paced service) ...than a KooL Chinatown desert cafe.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Still the current best film viewing experience you can get in London, especially if the film was originally created in 3D or iMAX (custom 70mm) cameras and with audio to match, which only two other cinemas in Leicester Square can 'almost' match. For us sexy cyclists, it's almost perfect, as there are plenty of secure and official places to lock your rides too and most are easy to see from inside on the ground floor (ticket desk, toilets, Yog and Costa (Coffee). Even after all these years and still feel it can't be beaten as yet, though 'RealD 3D' is getting closer (which is cheaper for smaller auditoriums to install) it just doesn't have the experience quality you get at the iMAX Waterloo. It is a fun experience, but at a cost ...a large cost ...three times that of a normal cinema. What is still a problem after all these years are the toilets. Small, limited capacity and on all my visits in the past, partly out of order. I feel sorry for the ladies who always seem to have to queue for more than ten minutes. The ground floor has so much space, so the limited toilet capacity doesn't make any sense, especially as they now have a large seated area to have coffee's. Lastly, what completely ruins it for us every single time ...noisy food! Why is noisy food still being sold in the masses at cinemas, especially the iMAX? It ruins the art of film and for those who have paid to watch the film only and, not have to listen to two hours of other 'so called' viewers rustling food, crunching popcorn and talking throughout the entire film too. This disgusting behaviour has't to stop!
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Container Café (part of the brilliant View Tube) is run by truly friendly staff, who serve an excellent cup of coffee, lovely homemade sandwiches and a decently sized slices of cakes. Because it's part of 'View Tube', us cyclists have multiple safe and secure places to lock up to and the view whilst drinking and eating any of their great selection, is equally great and worth zigzagging your way though the slightly complicated route in finding them (due to the forever on-going building works in the area), trust Google Maps, you'll find it (via The Greenway). My only 'minor' complain, is the lack of WiFi ...but maybe that's a plus? ...Maybe it'll stop us from using your mobile devices overly, allowing you to take a true break from anything beyond what you can see right in front of you and actually enjoy your choice of beverage.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Tippy's is a local inexpensive Thai cafe that I've enjoyed dining at a number of times now and always looking forward to our next visit. The menu includes all the usuals you'd find at most Thai cafes/restaurants and more the some. All is served efficiently by two friendly and helpful Thai ladies, who after all these years, are still the only two running this lovely little place. My only minor complain is it could do with a bit of refresh, cosier lighting and some light music to help drown out the moderate traffic noise a long Barking Road (which is always busy), but that's about all really. I couldn't even attempt to tell you what is best here, as so much of the menu is really good, but will tell you to remember to BYOB (Bring Your Own Bottle) as Tippy's support this and charge very little for it too. As Tippy's is rather small, I'd recommend booking in advance especially if you're in a larger group to avoid disappointment and be warned, if you're cycling (like we usually are) locking up to 'anything' secure is (currently) very limited.
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Reading the previous reviews, I'm wondering if 'Melanie Italian Restaurant' just had an off night ...maybe? However, four of us ordered a starter and main each and nothing was worth remembering, let alone paying what we had to for it. We turned up in pairs for a booked table (for four), yet they mistakenly sat us separately at the wrong tables. About ten minutes later, we realised the other two were sitting on the other side of the restaurant (facing the other way). Even when we moved, explaining their mistake, the manager and waitresses were still lost and thought there would be more people coming?! We all actually felt it was overpriced and not because it was expensive, but simply because it's average, typical and a service that was very inefficient.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Years on of eating at 'Gerrard's Corner' and I still can't really recommend them for anything specific and it still doesn't stand out above other similar restaurants. The food is certainly good and the value seems about right (for this great location), but the service as others have also stated, is not good and still very harsh, unless you're dining with someone who speaks Mandarin or Cantonese where it's a completely different experience. Sad, but very true. So for that, I'd only really recommend this place if you yourself speak Mandarin or Cantonese or you have someone with you that does, otherwise you're going to leave, what could be a really good Chinese restaurant, unhappily. Come on 'Gerrard's Corner', you can do better than this, because we all enjoy your food, just not your poor service.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Coffee, yes ...very yes, even though I prefer Mocha, it's still worth trading for and is good value even for drinking in (though you're half hanging out literally). It's just not as comfortable as one would like, especially during the colder weather and something to nibble on that's warm and possibly fresh would be nice too []^__^]
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