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Kevin Jurewicz
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Lives in Hillsborough, NJ
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2 movies deserving of sequels just because the worlds they created were awesome...first The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai: Across The 8th Dimension. great flick, awesome characters. Secondly I want a sequel to Big Trouble in Little China, another awesome batch of characters. Those two movies need sequels. 
Big Trouble in Little China 2: Son of Jack 
The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai: Against the World Crime League
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though I disagree with a lot in the top 10 (because it seems like they just put the most well known albums up there) there is a lot of good shit on this list:

http://www.guitarworld.com/guitar-worlds-top-50-albums-2012#slide-50
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man....the new Parkway Drive (Atlas) is not good....like I'm depressed at how not good it is. Well its good, but its not Parkway Drive. I get that same feeling I had when I first listened through Fear Factory's "Digimortal" album. That feeling in the pit of your stomach that says "this is one of my favorite bands...what the fuck have you done?" And no, its not anywhere near the feeling I had after listening to Metallica's "black album" that was something different. After hearing the black album it was like having two best friends and one of them kills the other, the feeling of betrail and confusion that almost never happens.
"Atlas" is a very solid album, and had I never heard "Killing With A Smile" or "Horizons" I'd think it was the bee's knees, or the dog's bollox, but I have and because of that I am really dissapointed in this album. I want to like it, but....
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Just fired up the Nook. Its been a while. Haven't had anything I've wanted to read or been in the mood to read. Took out a couple books that were less than great (Lev Grossman's "The Magicians" and "The Magician King") and just needed some time away from the word. SO, on that note I just downloaded the first two books in the Game of Thrones series and pre-ordered the new Terry Pratchett book "Dodger." At least I'll have stuff to read for a bit.
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Oddly enough its was kind of a strange situation, usually when you read a book you tend to want to read something else, same with TV, you find a good show and you want to see more like it. Well the same happens when you watch a bad show you tend to pull away from tv, and in this case I read 2 books that made me pull away from reading....that was not the first time. I once read Stephen King's "Thinner" which was so terrible I didn't read again for quite some time. Took a re-read of Kurt Vonegut's "Breakfast of Champions" and then Chuck Palahniuk's "Fight Club" to get me back into reading.
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This week's KAL's cartoon http://econ.st/Sbt7x0
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Jake rules. And for what its worth I've seen him play more without a pick than with one.
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I'm kinda amused that I always fall back on Meshuggah when I want to play something loud that also has the chance to frighten and annoy someone. I need other ammunition for my music gun. Any suggestions?
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Nvidia has announced plans to produce its own hand-held video-games console.

Project Shield is Android-based and marries a 5in (12.7cm) touch-screen with joysticks, buttons and other controls, in a clam-shell design.

It is also designed to link to PCs offering access to more powerful games such as those on the Steam library.

The announcement was a surprise, as the US company has previously focused on selling chips and graphics cards to other manufacturers.

Intel, another chip manufacturer, is also reportedly working on its own device - a television set-top box.

http://shield.nvidia.com/
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11 Bands that layed the foundation for Heavy Metal

11- Black Sabbath
10- Alice Cooper
9- Doors
8- Blue Oyster Cult
7- Deep Purple
6- Pink Floyd
5- Cream
4- Jimi Hendrix 
3- Queen
2- The Who
1- Led Zeppelin

I wrote full reasons on my site (here: ramblings | syntheticsyte)
but basically I read an article titled the same thing and in the list of bands they had early heavy metal bands. Iron Maiden couldn't have paved the way for metal because they were a metal band, the list above is bands that paved the way for the music that today is metal.
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Have you been taken in by the grad school scam? Cautionary tales from Masters, Doctoral, and JD students.
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Okay as a football fan I need to dump this one on the NFL fans. So there is all this nonsense about player safety, and its not the same NFL that it used to be. Fans get all wound up calling out the league for trying hard to make it a safer game. Hey, everybody complaining (me included), the reason these rules are being put in play is because players that built the NFL to be a hard hitting highlight reel and put their bodies on the line week after week, those guys are suing the NFL because they are all banged up now. So the NFL has to hand out money and dont want to continue to do so with more players. If the old players where lining up for more money because they are all F'd up now, than the players today would still be able to go out there and lay out people.
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Super geek who likes the idea of hunting the supernatural and being geeky
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I'm a geek, as in I'm the guy who everyone asks to look at their computer. I spend my time watching movies, lots of movies. And looking up and listening to music, lots of music. Not to mention watching all the paranormal shows on TV now (Destination Truth; Ghost Adventures; Fact or Faked; GHI) and travel shows (No Reservations; Bizarre Foods; Dhani Tackles the Globe). And I play pool, 9 ball to be exact. And I watch movies. I think I said that...
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  • St. Andrews Presbyterian College
  • manville high school
  • Raritan Valley Community College
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