Monday, September 26, 2011

Should I have a "Donate" Button?

I know it's probably pointless posting this, considering that NOBODY actually comments on these things, (I'd have better luck on Youtube) but I just want to know how people would feel if I got a PayPal Donate button. If you haven't noticed, I'm running ads on Blip, three of my Youtube videos, and now on my blog that I'm not sure anyone actually follows.

I'm not asking for money, at least not outright, I'm just saying it would be an option.

It would also help to know how I am supposed to get one, apparently I have to set up a "business" or something like that.

Until I figure this out, just send donations to, IF YOU WANT TO.

Sunday, September 18, 2011

The Return to Harmony: Part 1

MLP Season 2 is finally here!!!!!

The animation is better, the villain is awesome, and there are abundant jokes to be made.

I've already made jokes involving Chocolate Rain (duh), Carrie, and Space Mutiny.

I'm definitely looking forward to rest of the season.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Glee (The Journey Thus Far)

So I started watching Glee on Netflix a few weeks ago and I am now up to the episode with Neil Patrick Harris.

To be honest, I don't hate the show as much as I used to, it's still not all that good. The characters are relatively likeable to keep me coming back, but a lot of the time they are all either complete tools or total assholes. So I do get some enjoyment, both ironically and not.

So I will continue watching when I have the time.

Also, I started running ads on some of m Youtube videos (specifically, the Annabelle's Wish review and Pinkie Rant About Life) so go out and show your friends (individually) these videos.

Pretty please?

Saturday, September 3, 2011

Glee: The 3D Concert

I hate to beg, but could someone at least comment on these things. It let's me know that someone is reading them.

Anyway, I was bored one day, so I decided to go see the Glee movie just 'cause, even though it has been months since my last encounter with the show and I don't really hold the show in very high esteem (I hated it). My problem with the show was that, while the covers were pretty good, the storylines were stupid and the characters were tools. Why the hell would you want to keep a "hysterical pregnancy" secret from your significant other? Why would you want to get famous by making a sex tape, and how did you not know the tape would technically be child porn? SO WHAT if the jocks draw snarky doodles on the Glee Club page of the library's year book? GET OVER YOURSELVES!!!!!!

Anywho, the "movie" is more or less a concert intercut with mini documentaries of specific "Gleeks" and how the show inspired them to be confident in themselves, or something like that. Yeah, it is a bit pretentious, but I've heard stories about a boy who stood up to his abusive dad because watching Rainbow Dash gave him the confidence to do so, so I'm not going to judge.

I'd be lying if I said I didn't enjoy myself, even just a little. They sang Raise Your Glass, Teenage Dream, Safety Dance, Don't Rain on My Parade, Somebody to Love and other songs I like. Even Gweneth Paltrow showed up to sing Forget You, which both pleased and pissed me off. The former because Gweneth is an awesome singer and it's a good song, and the latter because it's the shitty censored version.

However, I do have some gripes. Cory Monteith can't sing Jesse's Girl to save his life, he sounds like he's trying WAY TOO HARD to be Rick Springfield. Also, Lea Michele does really well when singing Broadway musical songs, so why the hell is she singing Firework by Katy Perry? I don't know, it just doesn't sit right with me. BTW Lea, good luck in that New Years' Eve movie, let me know what it's like to be in the same movie as Ashton Kutcher, Zac Efron, Robert De Niro, and the dude from Far Cry.

I think the "movie" may have inspired me to go back and watch the show. After all, we all need something to bitch about once in a while, and Michael Bay is probably never going to make another Transformers movie, so I'll take what I can get.