A photoshoot of LEGO figures playing out Team Fortress 2
Tom Cruise explains why Scientology is so important.Ã‚Â The above quote?Ã‚Â Well, that’s why a Scientologist must stop to help when they see an accident.Ã‚Â No one but a Scientologist can help.
I think I’d rather see him nailing Rebecca De Mornay on a subway again – he was much more entertaining before he started calling Psychiatry ebil, ebil, EBIL I tell you and telling the world that Brooke Shields is a bad mother.
Props to Defamer for catching this for our viewing, um, pleasure (?) before YouTube ripped it down.
Didn’t get a chance to watch the terrifyingly creepy Tom Cruise video yesterday before Scientologists pulled it off YouTube? Well, we’ve managed to get our hands on a copy and now we’d like to invite you to watch in all its technicolor glory.
Tom rules you all.Ã‚Â Oh, and this video is painfully stupid to watch and listen to.
[tags]Scientology, Tom Cruise, WTF, Stupid, Really – WTF?, I mean it – WTF?, Bat Shit Crazy[/tags]
Looking back through the Blahg, I noticed that I haven’t heard anything about the Nao robot since I first mentioned it in 2006.Ã‚Â I tried to find out more, but there’s still no word on availability of this robot which was planned for a 2007 release.Ã‚Â Now I’m not criticizing the company for failing to deliver in the expected time frame – I’m a techie and a gamer, and accustomed to promised tech coming in late.Ã‚Â In fact, I’ve been thinking about it, and I’ve decided the reason for the delay was probably so they could upgrade the visual system to include a killer-death-ray laser option, or maybe a frikkin’ sharks with frikkin’ laser beams on their frikkin’ heads shooting from a frikkin’ shoulder-mount cannon add-on.
Sadly, the robot is originally specced for only 22 inches in height, so adding the cannon would almost certainly require a form-factor upgrade.
[tags]Frikkin’ Sharks, Frikkin’ Laser Beams, Killer-death-ray, Aldebaran Robotics, Nao[/tags]