Archive for February, 2009
If you have an iPod Touch or an iPhone, I bet you’ve downloaded an app or two.
If you have no idea what I’m talking about or if you’ve been living in a cave for the past six months, go here and learn and then come back.
Everyone on the same page now? Good.
I’ve downloaded tons of apps on my iPhone. I’ve tried the free ones and the paid ones. I even jailbroke my iPhone and fooled around with all of the cool mods that are available in Cydia, which is a must-do but I’ll save that for another time.
There are hundreds of apps out there but most of them are bullshit. Sure, some of them are funny. I mean, who doesn’t want to be the cool kid at school who has a fart machine or a “Thats What She Said” button on hand at all times. You can be the life of the party…for at least ten minutes. Any longer than that, someone is going to come after you with a chainsaw. Trust me. I know.
So, I’ve decided to do a weekly app review, that will hopefully help you weed through the crappy apps and find the cool and useful ones. I’m going to start off with one that I’ve been playing with for about a week now: Distant Shore.
A change is gonna come! Its the second episode of the second season of the Shut Up and Listen Podcast!
This week we feature music selections and random comments from Randall Holcomb and Michael Kline from The Two Muches, Jared B. Callan, Justin Talley, Josh Canon, Chris Miller, Bill Whitsitt, and Grant Coleman.
Check out The Two Muches here!
This weeks Set List:
Debra – Beck
Postmortem – Slayer
Introduction to Dance – The Two Muches
Lip 2 Nip – The Two Muches
Beat It – Michael Jackson
Black Star – K.O.S. (Determination)
Home Grown Tomatoes – The Johnson Brothers
Country Road – Toots and the Maytals
She Said – The Cramps
FYI: This will be the last podcast in this format. Look for a revamp on the next podcast, coming soon!
I work for the local paper here in West Memphis, and this is basically all the building has been talking about in low voices today.Â Like basically everyone else here, Dr. Pierce has been my family doctor for aÂ while now.Â Even stranger,Â I had just brought up his name in conversation yesterday. Strange because I haven’t seen Dr. Peirce in at least a year because I, like so many, don’t have any kind of Health insurance.Â Oh well, I suppose there’s always the Coast to Coast Health Stop over by the truck stop, as seen below.
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Update: Apparently it was a hand grenade under the hood?Â I don’t know if I want to believe that kind of rubbish yet.
He is still alive, despite comments popping up on the internet.
Here are the pics I grabbed from our editor.