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Dammit Japan, What The Hell?: Bar With Giant Dancing Humanoid Mechas Controlled By Bikini-Clad Girls
These are shots from the Robotic Bistro in Tokyo. The club supplies ‘cabaret’ dances from huge fembot mechas controlled by bikini-clad ladies sitting in the front. And if the idea of that offers you a boner it’s your responsibility as a human being to get hold of that boner AND SNAP IT OFF LIKE A DRY TREE BRANCH. God you robot-lovers make me unwell.
The brand-new bistro advertised that it cost 10 billion yen – # 83 million [| $ 130 million] – to open
The robots operated by real women worn military and additional outfits will certainly do ‘cabaret’ dances for its consumers.
The robotics are themed after the character Valkyrie in the game Soul Calibur.
A flat cost of 3000 Yen – # 25 – allows entry to the robotic show and a drink.
First of all, unless the real-estate itself cost $ 120-million, there’s no method that place cost $ 130-million to open. Those mechas look slightly larger models of these $ 20,000 ones, and I don’t think they have lots of them. So where did the rest of that money go? Mirrored walls? Fancy chairs? Or \* kicks down secret door\* a lifelike robot sex doll brothel! All you perverts, OUT OF RIGHT HERE before I start punching dicks.
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These are two videos from Russia and the Ukraine (respectively). The first shows a couple of crazy f***ing Ruskies doing pullups (including the no-hand version in the screencap) and other terrifying exercises while hanging from the side of a crane. The second is a guy in the Ukraine balance-walking the length of a crane 70-stories up along a rounded pipe, then doing some monkey-bar action and other nothing-to-live-for acts of bravery. Is bravery the right word? No lie, my hands are actually sweaty just from watching. Sweaty AND hairy. It’s true, getting nervous also makes your palms grow hair. “Yeah, I’m pretty sure that’s from masturbat–” IT’S FROM BEING NERVOUS.
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Sony a77 review – it’s a serious bit of kit, but is it seriously impressive? Because it has to be… It’s going up against the likes of the Canon 7D and the Nikon D7000. Is Sony’s latest and greatest SLT (don’t cal it a DSLR, because technically it’s not, no matter how much it looks exactly like one ) up to the task of kicking a few “canikon” teeth in? Lets find out what the Sony Alpha SLT-A77 can do You can find an album of the test shots in this video, and more, here; plus.google.com Basic blurb; 24.3 megapixel Exmor APS-C HD CMOS Phase-detection AF system Adjustable 3.0 inch Xtra Fine LCD Screen (921k) 2.4M dot OLED viewfinder Up to 12 frames per second @ full 24MP with full autofocus Full 1080p HD movie recording ISO Sensitivity Setting: 100 – 16000 equivalent Shutter Speed Range (seconds): 1/4000 – 30 and bulb “The Sony SLT-A65 DSLR Camera. Take your photography to the next level with this α77 DSLR camera. Featuring Sony’s groundbreaking Translucent Mirror Technology, you can focus and shoot simultaneously for fast, precise performance and continuous shooting of up to 12 frames per second, complete with continuous auto focus. View setting adjustments in real time with a Tru-Finder™ OLED electronic viewfinder, and choose from three HD movie modes—super-smooth 50p, standard 50i or richly cinematic 25p—to optimize the look and feel of your videos (records in 29-minute segments).”
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UPDATED: www.youtube.com PLEASE WATCH THE NEW, UPDATED VERSION! IT HAS AN INTERVIEW MISSING FROM THIS ONE. Former WWE wrestling superstar Lex Luger shares the amazing testimony of his life’s journey and events that led to his own personal transformation through new life in Christ. This evening’s broadcast can be heard at blogtalkradio. We are having some minor studio tech issues at the moment. www.blogtalkradio.com My last guest in 2011 is not a US senator…nor a presidential candidate….nor an economist…nor a best selling author….It is none other than Lex Luger: the legendary professional wrestling champion. He’s a 3-time world champion having held the WCW World Heavyweight Championship twice, and the WWA World Heavyweight Championship once. His professional wrestling career claimed a lot of other titles too — including the winner of the 1994 WWF Royal Rumble. He was voted the Most Popular Wrestler of the Year in 1993. For years he was the bad boy of pro-wrestling. Today, he’s living a different life!! Related Links: www.persecution.com Susan and I want to thank all of you for all your prayers and support in 2011. We sincerely pray that each of you will make major changes in your personal lives in 2012, just as we feel we are to do so. It will require you to draw closer to the Lord more than ever. We must shut out the noise of the world. Hide in Christ and listen to His voice. The carefree lifestyles that we knew in bygone days are over. Get excited about soul …
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There’s no shortage of Google+ in the air these days. Overeager pundits and soothsayers are hoping to be among the most visible voices on the net saying which service or company it’s going to topple, why it’s going to fail or succeed, and why it should or shouldn’t be more like this or that.
It all seems awfully premature, considering Google+ is just getting started, and I don’t mean in user numbers. We’re all familiar enough with Google products to know that practically everything they’ve ever done was launched early and incomplete, whether it went on to succeed (Gmail, Android) or not (Orkut, Wave). Most if not all of the big talk surrounding the network right now will have to be adjusted in a month, six months, and a year from now. It’s fun to speculate, but Google is always playing the long game. Google+ isn’t just half-baked; they haven’t even put it in the oven yet. Let’s not judge the cookie by the dough.
Is it an alternative to Facebook? Yes. To Twitter? Yes. To Yammer, to productivity suites, to Skype, to Office, to Microsoft, to Apple? If it isn’t now, you better believe it will be. Google is like a kind of Troll-Borg. You think they put out something that stands on its own, a “Facebook killer” or an “iPhone killer” — but it’s only later that you realize that the separation from the mothership was just an illusion, and the entire bulk of Google was right there the whole time. But it’s too late — you’ve been assimilated. Problem?
I wrote a long time ago about how all these little projects of theirs would be connected and unified, the way the Romans unified their empire by joining all the little roads to their big roads. I thought it was going to happen with Chrome OS, but a tumultuous mobile market meant a late start there; Google+ is more of a clear step in that direction now.
The thing is, as I wrote then, you can’t take the measure of Rome by looking at just one of their roads. And you can’t take the measure of Google+ right now, because it’s just the first mile. The best way to debut the connecting tissue of their web empire wasn’t to make an OS — the market wasn’t ready for that. So after an OS, what is the most popular and accessible platform? Mobile (check) then Facebook, around which there’s growing enmity, distrust, and boredom. Iron: hot. Pile all the Google services into that big wooden horse and say “here’s a nice, secure alternative for sharing things with your friends.” Don’t mention the fact that lurking inside it (waiting for a reveal a few months down the line) are a hundred ways of sucking users away from their existing services — in ways that neither Facebook, Microsoft, nor Apple can. Is it about social? Yeah, because that was the face Google needed to wear this week. Beware of geeks bearing gifts.
I suppose I’ve done what I cautioned everyone else not to do: speculate on a product that’s barely even there. 10 million users is great, but the meteoric rise and fall of countless web services can bear witness to the fact that the first month is probably the least important in a service’s lifetime. Around Thanksgiving we might be talking about how silly we all sounded talking up the ghost town that is Google+. Or maybe some of us will be calling an emergency meeting in the board room because Google just ate our business model alive.
Whatever the case, I feel confident in saying that Google’s long haul plan for + is subtle, sinister, and far-reaching. Not evil, exactly, but cunning and ruthless. Sure, right now it seems like it’s aimed at Facebook and to a lesser extent Twitter, but when the stakes are this high, you better believe they’ve got guns pointed at everyone in the room. Comparing features with its immediate competitors misses the point, and at any rate the landscape shifts so frequently that such comparisons are fleeting to begin with. Think big, and think sneaky. Eric Schmidt seems like a nice guy, but I sure would rather have Zuckerberg or Ballmer for an enemy. I guess we can continue to talk about it, but personally, I’m getting some popcorn first.