In the second picture, there's some nice eye-candy on the stage, and our writer is checking out the Austin Powers dude instead?
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Yes. Black. Black. Black! Like the clouds of death that follow me into the Forest of Doom! And hide in the wardrobe of darkness! Black!
Black! Listen! Listen! Do you hear? The moon is weeping in a secret room! They tap at my window, with tiny poles!
Oh! Oh! The monks are troubled and full of woe! I'm a fly! Trapped in a jar of shadows!
There's a boat load of school boy snigger inducing quotes on the website;
"...bounce your way to bliss. Together with ByDesign Games, the focus is on fun!"
"...designed to stimulate your focus-center while calming your mind."
"... use the in-game timer for a quick Bouncy Bouncy in-between your work tasks or on your coffee break; your time is your own after-all!"
"...consider new ways to succeed!"
I would hope that more artists follow this trend, especially if they are consumer friendly and realise that the RIAA (and similar orgs in other countries) are trying to screw over their customers. If the artist reviewed their aggreements to see if internet distribution is actually covered in the original agreement, if not, kick up a fuss like this (although in this case rights don't seen to have been granted for *any* distribution). I'm sure there must be other cases where distribution has been extended to the internet but the original rights agreement doesn't cover that.
Not one mention of the infamous Tomorrows World segment - where they were trying to bestow the virtues of it not scratching like vinyl discs - when the disc was taken out the player, baked beans were eaten off of it, the disc was cleaned and popped back in the player - not a skip, jitter, or wobble from the player.
It's just like girls in pushup bras that is; false advertising, simple as that.
I think the statement should be "And to think that the Lester posted only IT news, ahhh, those were the days" - these days when I see the headline in the rss feed and it hints at body parts, sex, bodily functions, techo-self pleasure, or more often than not, any combination of them I instantly know it's gonna have Lester as the author.
Then I go read it for a chuckle; keep up the grand work Lester!