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The Shanty Network - A Shanty No Lemon / Gay Comedy Podcast / This Week in Gay
0 minutes | May 22, 2011
Baby Lovebirds Video
The long awaited sequel to the 'Baby Parrotlets' video. "With You" performed by Gravity - www.gravity33.com
1 minutes | Mar 2, 2010
Another Great Site! Matteucci’s Landscaping!
Are you in Ohio? Northern Ohio in fact? Does your lawn overgrow with weeds? Or do you just want someone to put in a new patio and have it done right? Well heck call my Uncle Ed and go check out another website I recently did (which came out really well) www.matteuccilandscaping.com. Tell him Anthony sent you (and say it in an italian accent!) Also check out a little diddy Cayenne Chris Conroy from Teknikal Diffikulties (www.tekdiff.com) did as a favor for me!
138 minutes | Nov 26, 2009
Star Trek V: Commentary
My good friend Ender (aka Matt) from the TFormers.com Podcast joins me as we do a review and commentary for one of our favorite (and often criticized) movies Star Trek V. We talk about the movie as a character piece and also the religious quantifications. NOTE: If you're highly religious you might want to skip this piece.
4 minutes | Oct 31, 2009
My Ultimate Playlist
So I've been pondering, if I could perform a setlist of my favorite songs, my own concert per say, what would that be? If I had a chance, maybe one time, maybe multiple times, the ability to create the ultimate concert what would be my setlist for that experience? This was difficult to create, first off you have to stay within two and a half hours for a setlist. Not easy to do. Second, I figured if I ever wanted to do something that people could easily get into, it had to be a collection of songs that everyone knew. So there goes my 20 minute 'Close to the Edge' suite. Also I didn't want to necessarily do the most FAMOUS hit a band, but maybe their 3rd famous hit (for example I choose Subdivisions instead of Limelight by Rush because I like this song more and Limelight is way too over-used). There's the occasional love song for the bathroom break/people get more beer of course, and there had to be a logical and musical flow so people wouldn't get bored at any one point. I also limited the songs to just my favorite bands and what I could picture myself ever capable of singing (love Journey but could never attempt that stuff.) I also threw in some long epics, either based on the fact that it would be a great opener or that my Mom would like it. So after many many weeks of listening on my iPhone and many many different iterations, here is my ULTIMATE setlist! The Roof is Leaking - Rock Version (Phil Collins) Owner of a Lonely Heart (Yes) Changes (Yes) Trail of Tears (Dream Theater) No Son of Mine (Genesis) Don't Look Back (Boston) Subdivisions (Rush) Don't Lose My Number (Phil Collins) Solsbury Hill (Peter Gabriel) And You And I (Yes) Tonight, Tonight, Tonight - Extended Version (Genesis) Head of the Moment (Asia) More Than A Feeling (Boston) Invisible Touch (Genesis) Tom Sawyer (Rush) All I Need Is a Miracle (Mike + The Mechanics) ENCORES Pull Me Under (Dream Theater) Starship Trooper (Yes) For craps and giggles I've included a version of Solsbury Hill I did one night. Probably the best performance I ever gave.
66 minutes | Jun 28, 2009
Revenge of the Fallen Followup
After three viewings of the Revenge of the Fallen, I have had the opportunity to review the movie carefully, seen people's reactions to the characters on the screen and also reviewed the comedy and how it played off the audience a couple of times. I've also had the chance to watch items I felt went by too fast the first or second time. A side note, my friend Jason (aka ZePiper) and I reviewed the movie thoroughly on our podcast via TFormers.com/Podcast. So after three showing my opinion has been refined, but not by that much. The movie fun, and it's good. Granted it’s no Schlinder’s list, Shawshank Redemption but it’s not as bad as some other sites are saying and some fans are whining about. In fact I dare say Michael Bay went to give the fans more of what they wanted and as usual when you do that no one likes your work. A perfect example of this is Star Trek Nemesis, which was pretty much what all the fans wanted, and no one liked (but a few intelligent people like myself.) All in all I think fans are completely spoiled by modern day special effects. The fact that we even have this movie done so well is amazing and a FEAT in itself! So the special effects alone make it an amazing work of art. This isn't like The Phantom Menace where the special effects where all you went for (9 times here myself). There's a lot more than just that, so all the critics and all the fans need to stop bitching and go back to basic film training 101. This is a great movie, and Michael Bay has actually made an Generation One fan proud. Revenge of the Fallen is not without some major flaws, but the flaws themselves don't distract from the movie. This movie could of been better with just a couple of key tips… More editing (have a die-hard-fan in the room with Michael Bay). No guest appearances from famous people like Rain Wilson, he's just creepy and terrible. Keep the Parent's humor, get rid of Skids and Mudflap and replace with more Arcee and Sideswipe (or Ironhide and Ratchet for that matter). More slow motion sequences during the final battles, especially with Prime, Megatron and the Fallen Did I mention better editing? No Leo, although Simmons was actually funny and useful in this film. Less Sam and Mikela romance (don't care, even if she is hot ) Slow the animation way down! Did we really need the Fallen in this? No stereotypes. No nakiness or potty humor. Beyond these small problems, even the third showing I still was thoroughly entertained. The ac
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