Friday, July 01, 2005

Holy Crip, He's a Crapple!.. A Family Guy Movie will be out on DVD

Fox has officially announced the direct-to-DVD title Family Guy Presents Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story Unrated.

In this exclusive 83 minute DVD premiere, featuring brand new, never before seen content, Stewie, the maniacal baby genius, is distracted from his plans for world domination when he sees a man who looks just like him on television. Convinced that this man must be his real father (after all, how could he possibly share genetic material with the dimwitted Peter?), Stewie sets off on a cross-country road trip to find him. But his incredible journey leads him to discoveries far more vile and shocking that anything found in his diaper.

The DVD, which will be released on September 27, will retail for $29.98 US, or $41.98 CAN. Check out these bonus features!

* Alternate "Unrated" Audio Track
* Full Screen Feature
* Audio Commentary (participants to be decided)
* "Making of" Featurette
* Animatic Comparison
* Family Guy Season 4 Preview
* American Dad DVD Preview

That's unrated audio track. Freakin Sweet

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My July Fireworks, Ruined.... You Bastards....

Freaking bastards, I've been waiting and waiting for this day for as long as I knew that they were going to Crash a metal freakin Metal Disk shot from Deep Impact in to comet Tempel 1. So, All excited about it, start to read an article about the comet crash. As Im reading, I come to this in the article: "Astronomers are preparing for the event, which NASA says should be visible to observers with telescopes or large binoculars throughout the Western Hemisphere..." Then the next sentence makes it self known: "...except on the U.S. West Coast, where it will be below the horizon." Good god man, Tell me these things before hand. There goes my want to be out monday.

"Some observatories and astronomy associations are hosting Deep Impact parties, such as the University of Colorado's Fiske Planetarium, which is inviting people to set up telescopes on the front lawn, and some retailers say the mission has boosted sales." Screw this Im going to Colorado...

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Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Nuclear power plant secrets leaked by computer virus

Experts at SophosLabs™, Sophos's global network of virus and spam analysis centers, have reminded internet users of the importance of computer security after media reports revealed that sensitive information about nuclear power plants has been leaked onto the internet from a virus-infected computer.

According to the Japanese press, approximately 40MB of confidential reports, related to nuclear power plant inspections over several years, was leaked from a virus-infected computer belonging to an employee of the Mitsubishi Electric Plant Engineering (MPE). The data is said to have been distributed to users of the Winny peer-to-peer file-sharing system. Winny is the most popular file-sharing network in Japan, with over a quarter of a million users.

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New worm lures users with 'breaking news'

What breaking news!!! Michael Jackson died? No, wait... Pope is alive.. Its all conspiracies? The hell you say! Well apparently, the email is a conspiracy. Under the Kedebe-F e-mail worm, users who receive this email with such news and promise to see it in the attached file can expect to have their firewall, and security software disabled for them if they have a look at the attached file. This is all according to Sophos. Of course we all know that we shouldn't click on goodies brought to us by email by an unknown user, well at least unknown to yourself.
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While we're on the subject of email goodness, has also reported on a new Virtual Postcard malware suprise. Here's how it goes down, You know those emails you get from your friends regarding a Virtual Postcard for your birthday, 4th of july, easter, [insert your festive day here]. Well, new spam is going around that is offering Free Virtual Postcards, and Telling you "HEY, If you liked this, Then why not send your friend one!", Well what happens is when you click on the link and visit the site you, unwillingly, download a trojan. How it gets there is by a vulnerability in Microsoft's software (a vulnerability in MS products, get out..:) and thus installs the Clsldr-D Trojan horse. If you think that just because you have software on your pc to keep you safe from this your very much wrong. Its not a harmless link and can do you harm. Its strongly suggested that you stay away from links that you are not sure of, or links that you have no clue of what they deal with. This is a fairly new Trojan, so alot of fixes aren't around for it, so keep your system up to-date with patches, security updates and all definitions for your Anti-Virus. Well your best bet is to disconect your pc from the internet and never go online again.
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This is a FREE Speech Right...

WASHINGTON - Bloggers who built their Internet followings with anti-establishment prose are now lobbying the establishment to protect their livelihoods from federal regulations. Some are even working with lawyers, public relations consultants and a political action committee to do it.

"I like to think of myself as just a guy with a blog, but it's clear that 'just a guy with a blog' is different today than it was when I started three years ago," said Markos Moulitsas Zuniga, founder of the Web log "One sign of having arrived is when government regulators start wanting to poke their fingers into what you do."

"Anybody can participate. Anybody can have a voice. And any regulation that potentially chills that participation, I think, is a net detriment to the medium," Moulitsas said.

Moulitsas also is working with a lawyer who volunteered to help bloggers fight new government regulations and whose efforts were promoted in a PR firm press release Monday. He is prepared to lobby Congress himself if necessary, and he is the treasurer of BlogPac, a political action committee formed last year by bloggers.

Michael Krempasky, founder of, said the FEC should treat bloggers like traditional media and exempt them from campaign finance regulation.

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Monday, June 27, 2005

Wow.. 776 NES Games (US).. Largest eBay Collection... Up for Bid..

This a Freaking collection if I ever saw one. Its only missing about ten games from the USA release NES games. It also offers the R.O.B, power pads, about 190 game boxes not broken down which also includes Zelda 1 & 2 and lot others!, 2 reg. nes console, 1 top loading nes console, 14 controllers, 3 wireless, hard cases for about 25 games, black inserts for about 720 games, 475 booklets, various maps and guides, and 7 extra games. (Photo at right is not of the collection.)

All this is currently (as I write it) going for US $5,800.00. And can be View or even Bid for online at

Here I am....

im here, just a little busy lately. I'll post more during my lunch time.

AMD Unveils Athlon 64 FX-57 Processor For 3d Games.