Monday, March 28, 2011

My first mashup...

Really more of an 'edit'. Ever since I heard Barbi play Duck Sauce at Watusi a few weeks ago I've wanted to do this. So I pulled out a ten year old copy of Sound Forge and slapped it together. DJ's please feel free to grab a copy... as if anyone cool like a DJ reads this; except maybe Barbi and Osaze - but thats only because I'm going to tell them about it.

I present to you

Libyan Duck Sauce - Muammar Gadaffii (Shaze Edit)

Sunday, March 27, 2011

I realized that I've been using a Minecraft shovel for 6 years.

This wooden 'shovel' was in my apartmemt when I moved in six years ago.

Thursday, March 24, 2011

The Mincraft Diet

I see loads of Epic Builds coming out of Minecraft and have an idea for a way of implementing the Minecraft concept in a real world way that could be beneficial to gamer types; The Minecraft Diet.

The premise of the diet is to build your meals using Minecraft techniques.

Ingredients can only be basic elements of food such as raw grains, fruit, vegetables and meats. Spices can only be bought in their freshest possible form, and all sauces, marinades, and the like must be prepared from scratch - no prepackaged or processed foods or foodlike ingredients allowed.

Additionally you can only use the simplest of implements - no mechanized or electric mixers or blenders, and ideally only cook over a wood or charcoal fire (if Notch ever implements oil and the fuel cracking process I guess a gas stove would be acceptable).

It would essentially make a game out of learning how to cook real, nutritious food from scratch. The truly hardcore players would grind their own flour, churn their own butter, and if they go for the high score brew their own beer.

It's not something that everyone could do, with the availability of affordable raw foods becoming harder to find in urban centers, but definatly a worthwhile challenge.

Monday, March 21, 2011

Stupid Idea Of The Day

From a cloud of smoke and a flash of light a carriage appears in front of a hard core dance club in Detroit. A middle age gay french dandy noble from the court of La Roi (?) the late 17th century Sun King of France, his courtesan younger sister and their strapping lad of a servant bodyguard decend from the cab and proceed to spend the night partying. They pay in gold coins, learn how to dance, and basically be strangers in a strange land that deal with the strangeness with the style that only French nobility of that era could pull off.

Do it as a short, or maybe do a series of them appearing in random-ass places.