For months, iPhone users have enjoyed the new 107.9 the End App. If you aren't an iPhone user, but still have a smartphone, there is a really good chance that you are feeling left out. I feel your pain. I don't have an iPhone and I want to be a part of the buzz surrounding the new 107.9 the End App.
So here is the thing. I over heard a conversation that I wasn't supposed to hear. Something new is coming for non-iPhone users. I can't say what it is, BUT....I can give you a HUGE hint. How? Well, that leads me to a video that I recently saw.
Watch the video and you should be able to figure out what is coming soon....
Oh yeah, this is 100% legit...there are multiple videos online, but I only recently heard about Shockwave.
If you've ever seen the show Scare Tactics, you have seen fake murders threatening people. You have seen alien attacks. You have seen creepy people. In all of these cases, the contestants were placed in a bad place in an effort to scare them! Recently, a Japanese show faked a shooting to scare a man. This may be the most over the top "fake" thing I have ever seen on TV. Did it go too far? Remember, it was all done for laughs!
This video just popped up online and has future graphic designers freaking out. I want to believe that this video is for real, but "oddly" enough, their website is down "due to high traffic." Wouldn't you think that a company that has the brains to design a program, like the one in the video, would be able to keep their website up and running? Real or fake? Watch the video and tell me what you think?
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Fan's at a recent Oakland A's game saw some wild action...OFF the field. It's interesting to me because I have seen really drunk guys at sporting events and I have seen them get kicked out. Usually, when the cops show up, fans cheer the drunk guy's exit. In this video, the fans seemed to wonder what was going on. Listen as the fans discuss what's happening. They are split on the way the drunk guy is treated. What do you think? Watch and comment!
I've met a ton of parents who have, what I like to call "kid tricks" that they teach their little children. These are always something "cute" that the kid does at a certain command. The kids are always too young to really know what they are doing. Does this "kid trick" cross the line, or is it cute?
After you watch the video, post a comment and let me know what you think. Also, do you have a "kid trick" that your kid did when they were little? What was it?