Image Credit: Alex Zarnoski
This is what happens when Dr. Pooper asks you to write an article about nutrition. So here goes nothing: Your body is like a camera. The light coming through the lens and hitting the sensor is like food going into your mouth and hitting your stomach. The processors inside the camera decide what to do with the information you've just given it, as does your brain when you eat. Too much light and you'll overexpose your shot, too much food and you're likely to...well, you get the picture.
On this episode: Kyle is joined by Alex Zarnoski from Ajazz Tech to tell their worst movie theater experiences and what irritates them while watching movies.
Runtime: 54 minutes
Producer / Editor / Host: Kyle Cicilioni
Get ready. Get set. Go.. change the channel now!! Approximately 8 years and on it's 16th season, Dancing With the Stars is still up and going strong. 16 goddamn seasons of this filth. 16 goddamn seasons!! Many people would disagree with me, since it's such a popular program. But really, when it comes down to it, it's just another show on television for network to glorify celebrities, wash ups at that. So what would the world be like without DWS? Well, let's get into why it's as bad as I say it is first.
Now that the dust has finally settled on the mayhem that is March Madness, and the smoke has finally cleared from your burnt bracket, let's take a look at how you've fared thus far. You started off with uncertainty, since no team had really separated itself from the pack as an overall favorite to win. You listened intently to college basketball experts' analysis and opinions of which teams would come out on top. You filled out your brackets with confidence, painstakingly reviewing records and statistics until you thought you were good enough to be on ESPN. You even took a half day from work just so you could sit in front of your big screen TV and watch all the opening games. You were confident. You were going to win your office pool. You were wrong.
Okay, so it looks like April 2013 has a lot of crap again, just like every other month. But there's actually a lot of great stuff as well, if you look hard enough. Since I'm writing this, and you're reading this, that shouldn't be too hard for ya. But when I say flee, you know you'll be sorry if you didn't.
This is a new segment I'm starting. It is basically a handful of pictures containing strange things that I have come across. Sometimes it is something staged or setup, but most of the time it will be something completely strange and random. Let your eyes feast on these weird pictures found and thrown together by yours truly.
In celebration of our newest episode of R.A.N.T. where we discuss Indie games, we decided to give away a copy of Limbo via Steam!
All you need to do to enter is: listen to the newest episode of R.A.N.T. (R.A.N.T. 7: Indie Games) where I mention the special code. Then send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and put the special code (which i mention during the episode) in the subject line. The last day to enter the contest is March 29, 2013. A winner will be picked at random and I will send you the Steam code for the copy of Limbo. Good luck!
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I remember this one time when I watched a show that I really liked a lot. It was last week. I watched an original show the other day and it was enjoyed by me so much. It was maybe 5-7 days ago that I watched a television show that I was laughing so much that my chocolate milk that I was drinking came through my nose. I was watching it and I couldn't stop laughing I almost peed my pants, okay maybe I did pee just a little bit, but we'll keep that between me and you, we don't want the whole world to know about this lol. I watched Two and a Half Men.
You probably used to know her as that red haired girl... the one who wasn’t in Wedding Crashers. Amy Adams has gotten exponentially popular over the past 8 years. Prior to 2008, if you were to ask someone, “Who is Amy Adams?” most people wouldn’t be able to tell you. But today, she is everywhere! She is the red-head celebrity. But too much red is never a good thing.
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For years, we've had a plethora of energy drinks on the market, and as Americans, we are constantly in high demand for them. I think the first energy drink I ever heard of was Red Bull, which very well may be the first energy drink out there. Actually, I just did some research... it's not. But for years, it always seemed to be the most popular energy drink on the market, with a pretty decent campaign. "Red Bull, it gives you wings!". I think it's pretty catchy, and it works... It's just plain fun, what the energy supplement should be (in my humble opinion). But I'm not here to blabber on about Red Bull. I'm here to talk about 5-Hour Energy and the incredibly annoying commercials they use to captivate their consumers, not to mention medical reasons behind buying it.
R.A.N.T. is a blog fueled by intense enthusiasm for notable subjects in the world. Our writers ramble about these topics based on pure opinion, which is better than your opinion, I might add. There is no topic, idea, thought, philosophy, or belief that our team will not tackle.
Rambling About Notable Topics is also in podcast form! Check the blog regularly for audio episodes hosted by Kyle Cicilioni where he and his guests will engage in debates, arguments, and and silly quarrels about a different topic each episode.