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Showing posts from October, 2013

Halloween 2013: The Devil is Me

Happy Halloween! Today was a filled with loads of fun. It started off crappy because the morning just had to be started off with pouring rain. I decided today I would go to my college today for a small party with some friends. I arrived early with my costume hiding under my coat and put on the makeup when I arrived. The great thing about college is that you are not the only one who dresses up on Halloween. There were lots of students in costumes today.

Screemers on Saturday Night

I didn't get a chance to write about this event the day after it happened because I slept in and got distracted with other stuff during my reading week.

Last week, me and my friends were planning to go to the Halloween Haunt at Canada's Wonderland but due to the rainy weather we decided to go to Screemers at the Canadian National Exhibition because it was an indoor event.

Tommy Thayer's Haters Cross the Line/The Original Line up Not in the RRHOF

As much as it pains me to have to put up with all the crybabies on the Internet that can't get over the fact that Tommy Thayer is the new spaceman things can get even worse sometimes. I find myself literally blocking the idiots on Facebook who continue to bash this totally awesome guitarist just because he's wearing face paint that used to belong to Ace Frehley, that way I don't have to see their comments when a picture of Thayer or Singer appears on the page.

War for Cybertron: Dark Energon Corruption

It's been five years now since Transformers entered my life. I am an owner of most of the video games the franchise has released in the last few years, but of all of the ones I have played, War for Cybertron has been my favourite. I was never any of the top players in its online multiplayer mode, but I was good at the story mode depending on what difficulty it was at. The story fascinated me the most and that's what often strikes my interest in a certain game is a good story. Now I'll tell you what I think.

KISS vs. KISS Phantoms in the Park

Who would've thought that KISS would get their own motion picture one day? I don't think anyone believed it at first but it happened. This movie KISS is in was made before Detroit Rock City. A few weeks back I went over to my friend's house to watch it with him. Now I'll tell you what I think.

KISS Needs the RRHOF

On most recent events, KISS has been nominated along with several other bands to be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. What is my reaction to this? My reaction is, give to them they deserve this fame through all their success. Many people have also complained about why this has not happened to the band yet and that it needs to happen like, now let's say. Well it should shouldn't it? I have voted for them and they have my full support as always.

Good Weather Incoming?

Hey it's been a while. Sometimes I think I forget to blog on here regularly. I still have to write about "KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park" on here but I can't find a good image to go with that entry so that entry has been postponed until then.

Fallen in Love with a Metal God, We Must Learn to Share

I've fallen in love with so many metal legends and some unknown over the past year and a half: Mr. Lordi, Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Ace Frehley, Tommy Thayer, Mick Thomson and Andreas Deris. I know there's more to the list but I decided to put in just a few. Now most people would often see this particular thing more common among teenage girls ages 14 - 18 who are single, rather than it being common for younger women ages 20 - 30 or even higher in some cases who are either single or married with children.

Adapting to Change: the Negative Metalheads

Being a Metalhead has it's bumps along the road as the years go by, as you continue to be one in this small faction in society. Especially if you are new to it. I have been part of the faction called heavy metal since I was eighteen. It has been a good two years but things are not always at its best.