There was a fun hashtag game on Twitter today, called #ExplainAFilmPlotBadly. The purpose is to accurately describe actual events in a movie, while simultaneously missing the whole point of it. Here were my entries.
Tonight there was a hashtag game on Twitter called “Explain a Film Plot Badly”. I thought I would play the game for a while, but I think I got a bit carried away. Here are my entries to the game. How many of these movies do you recognize?
I don’t have an iPad. In fact, the lack of support for Flash, which, for better or worse, is ubiquitous on the Web, ensures that I will probably never get the new iPad 3.
But, imagine the Google revenue I’ll generate from the Apple fanboys merely by mentioning the new… Continue reading
This seems like one of those time-saving ideas that might not look too good in retrospect. If a crash occurs, we may discover that having naked razor blades in the helmet poses some sort of safety risk. *shrug* But, I could be wrong.
Look, I have no animosity towards Harley-Davidson. But funny is funny, and this video below…well, that’s just some funny stuff, there. Obviously, the Buell fans still feel a little miffed.
An Australian motorcycle dealership is running this fantastic ad.
They all said I was crazy, that no one was watching me. But they were wrong! I have proof!
I found this on MapQuest. Kinda cool to be able to point out your motorcycle from space, huh?
Some motorcycles are inherently uncomfortable. Some of them get uncomfortable as you age. Sometimes, if you really like a bike, you try to modify it to make it fit you better. The thing is, there is a right way to do this, and a wrong… Continue reading
So, everyone says that removing the stock throttle tube from the FJR and replacing it with the G2 tube and cam is a 30-minute job.
They are wrong. it’s a 3-hour job. At least, it is for me. I start the job off at about 6:15 this evening. But what… Continue reading
I decided to put my frame sliders on today. The FJR is pretty simple in this respect, because the two frame bolts are right out in the open, so no cutting or anything is required.
The thing is, I didn’t have a torque wrench, a 1omm hex driver, or a… Continue reading
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