Dropping LSD at the Oscars With Trey Parker and Matt Stone
Check out this video and you will realize there is no way they are just faking the funk….
Here is just another reason to have mad respect for South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone. They had the unmitigated balls to go to the Oscars when Trey Parker was nominated for “lame Canada” dressed in drag and frying their balls off on LSD. The clip embedded in this blog is from the fascinating Comedy Central documentary about how South Park is created called “Six Days to Air” and how they just finished the “Book of Mormon“.
if you are a huge fan of South Park, like am, “Six Days to Air” is required watching. You can view the whole thing any time you want on your Media Cube.
just another reason why you need to have one of these babies…
I will have to admit I’m a bit of a poser when it comes to Game of Thrones. I do know that it has become almost ridiculously popular over the last few years and has taken hold in the Dungeons & Dragonsand role-playing community. Recently, I was on a trip to Atlanta and I had my first encounter with live action role-playing (LARPing for short) and I was amazed at the fanaticism in which the fans of this show when his far as to dressing up as certain characters and casting spells used in the show.
I wouldn’t recommend getting into any kind of “live action role-playing” if you are a teenager trying to stop the onset of losing your virginity. It didn’t take some quantum mechanics to figure out that for every time you LARP you delay the onset of losing your virginity by at least one year.
Now with all that being said, when I was a kid we grew up on Dungeons & Dragons, and yes I did have a 20 sided die (pictured above) or to and maybe even designed a few of my own modules/dungeons employee frequently. I finally had my first sexual encounter at a science fiction convention at the age of 32. However, if you want to watch Game of Thrones without having to pay the additional fees of bundling HBO with your already expensive cable service you can do no better than the Media Cube, as you can watch the shows on live TV as they happen “no spoiler alerts” or you can go back and binge watch and watch entire seasons at one time, the choice is yours and the future of entertainment is in your hands and it costs as little as $300 with no monthly fees ever.