Sadly over the last dozen years I’ve moved away from Nintendo games and products and gravitated towards Halo. I still have a special place in my heart for the big N, but I just don’t have the time for their things anymore. I’ve played Mario Maker, and watched my friends people play some of the other big games – Zelda, Mario Kart – but since The Wii, I haven’t had a new Nintendo System. I think that’s sad, but I also know my limits, I don’t have the time anymore.
What is not sad however is watching people play these insane Mario Maker levels. I can’t really remember any of the great ones I’ve watched over the years, most have been while doing other things and I haven’t paid attention. I’m sure I could look through my YouTube history and find them, but who knows what else I would find. Thanks to reddit though, you have the above short and sweet video. You’re welcome.
Science is so cool. Did you know that? I can’t imagine what I would have done with things like this when I was a kid. As far as I would have been concerned, it was magic. And when you think about it, magnets are kinda magical aren’t they?
Now I’m off to New Zealand on my honeymoon. Again, I don’t know who reads this, but I thought you should know. It’s kinda funny though, all the things that I have to do this month, and it just might end up being the most popular month post wise!
I’m not sure who still reads this blog, but I just thought you should all know.
Watching things like this is satisfying, that’s all I have to say:
It took 16 hours to construct this behemoth which stands at nearly 20 feet tall using 22,000 planks of wood (ok, not dominoes, but still ace). I don’t know which is more impressive, putting the whole thing together without a misstep which caused destruction, or the engineering necessary to get everything to fall in order without knocking other things out. The final seconds of the collapse, when the entire tower implodes, that’s impressive because I was on the edge of my seat waiting and hoping that one of those sticks wouldn’t fall incorrectly and knock something else off balance.
Yes this reminds me of RollerCoaster Tycoon. Yes, this is awesome. No, this. is. not. CGI. This is a drone following a real live roller coaster in Sweden. It’s incredible, and honestly makes me excited for the things that drone pilots will do in the future. Following a speeding roller coaster is really way more awesome than watching Drone Racing. I mean yea, Drone Racing is pretty ace, but it’s kind of boring if you’re not flying them yourself. This though, this is pretty ace.
Ok, last time there was a LASER Gun, today it’s a Tesla Coil. It’s ridiculous. The Tesla Coil is not quite as dangerous, but also completely terrifyingly dangerous, science is weird like that. Anyway, this channel is pretty neat, you should watch it to learn more about things.
Sadly I haven’t had a chance to play this as often or as much as I once used to. But this song is apt and describes some of the most fun times I’ve had in my young adult life. I probably spent a few years of my life playing games of Halo with people young and old, men and women (though, really mostly men), and near and far. It’s hard to describe how big of an influence Halo was on the world of gaming, it’s sort of like Super Mario Bros. Halo 3 was my favorite of the series and easily the one I spent the most time in. To this day I still play around in it, but I’m rusty, very rusty, and more easily frustrated and prone to controller throwing. Anyway, Halo 3 came out 12 years ago today, fire up a game and enjoy.
There’s really no need for this, but like a good America, it had to be made. I don’t know if he’s American, but it doesn’t matter, this is American to the core.
I need one.