The series featured Gary Coleman as the voice of Andy LeBeau, an apprentice angel, who was dispatched back to Earth to earn his wings by helping others. The half-hour series was based on Coleman’s 1982 made-for-TV movie The Kid with the Broken Halo.
In each episode, Andy was dispatched to help a child in need and resolve his problem. The antagonist in each episode was Hornswoggle, who tried to make Andy’s mission more difficult, usually by getting him to make the wrong mistake or by otherwise complicating the mission. It was up to Andy to correct whatever mistakes he made and foil Hornswoggle’s plans. Oddly enough, Angelica, couldn’t perceive Hornswoggle; this had a tendency to complicate things and get Andy in trouble.
Because that’s what Tumblr comes down to. There’s a vile sub-section of Tumblr-istas who I’m not going to name because they’re crazily vigilant about monitoring themselves and prone to throwing long, maudlin fits about “people being mean on the internet” and so on and I don’t need the trouble, but here’s what they do: 90% of their posts will contain some kind of image (frequently animal based), LOLCATS-speak and/or songs that are “meaningful” that they have a lot of “feelings” about. (The fact that the word “feelings” has been rebooted as something inherently positive is completely insane, but let that pass.) Or they’ll talk about “The Hills.” Or whatever. But then — like an ’80s sitcom in sweeps season — there will be A Very Special Post occasionally, about something that’s clearly emotionally important to the person writing, generally concerned with a) a past relationship in its failing stages b) childhood traumas and fears remembered, frequently family-related c) getting drunk and experiencing a mental breakthrough. The prose will often emerge like a groggy, hungover New Yorker refugee: the prose will be “terse” (or someone’s idea of terse), frequently in the present tense, laced with heavy doses of the maudlin and faux life lessons wisdom. We are then supposed to applaud the Tumblr person, who has proven that they can skim the tides of crap pop culture without losing their intellectual/moral seriousness; they’re just saving themselves for the big moment, when they can speak for a generation.
“The name Gordon Gekko intentionally suggests a lizard-like nature. A cold-bloodedness.”—This is a “reax" to Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. It also has a plot synopsis. I mean, what more do you want out of a “reax” ?
It goes without saying that you would rather get something for free than pay for it. Therefore, I will strike you a deal.
If you are not in Los Angeles, you can buy it.
If you are in Los Angeles, I will give it to you for free. And if you figure out some ingenious way to scam me out of a few dollars so you may get this thing for free, may I suggest to you this place, where you can go exercise your new-found genius at.
-My Playstation 2
It comes with a memory card and controller. It doubles as a DVD player. It was even a sought-after item around 2000. It can now be yours.
The Matrix: Path of Neo: this is actually a fun game. no matter how hard you try, it deviates into hitting the square button constantly and then pressing R1 and Triangle to avoid everything.
Mercenaries: Playground of Destruction all the joy of blowing up things in North Korea, none of the guilt or fear of living through world war 3.
Max Payne/Max Payne 2 these two games are a package deal and incredibly better than the Mark Whalberg movie that managed to deviate from a simple plot. Also, there are references to Twin Peaks. So it’s like playing a video game that is influenced by David Lynch and John Woo, which makes you ironically cool.
Soul Calibur II you can play as a dude from Tekken.
Guitar Hero/Guitar Hero II you’d get a guitar out of it, too.
God of War II in case you want to play it in order before the third game.
Kingdom Hearts II in which you can force Donald Duck and Goofy to kill things.
Robot Alchemic Drive is an awesome game that is perfect for anyone you know that loves Gigantor or Japanese giant robot shows.
Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams …was ok.
Devil May Cry 3 is highly replayable.
The Punisher is actually a lot of fun and one of the more decent “comic” video games. It also involves feeding people to piranhas.
Metal Gear Solid 3 is an incredible game.
Naruto: Ultimate Ninja 3. I really don’t know why I own this. It was an impulse buy.
Godzilla: Final Wars
Across the Universe (Blu-Ray)
Beowulf Director’s Cut
A Bittersweet Life
The Hidden Fortress (Criterion)
Ninja Scroll The Animated Series
Things (CD set)
Murder by Death: In Boca Al Lupo, Who Will Survive And What Will Be Left Of Them,
Buck 65: Secret House Against the World
Nine Inch Nails: Ghosts I-IV
Things (Misc Media)
The Machine Girl
Andy Warhol documentary from two years ago in two discs
Like A Dragon
Memories of Matsuko (no english sub)
Sacco and Vanzetti
I’m A Cyborg, But That’s OK
Exte: Hair Extensions
Dog Bite Dog
Room (not “The” Room)
The Piano Tuner of Earthquakes
Aachi and Ssipak
Chanbara Beauty (aka ONEECHANBARA THE MOVIE)
Show Must Go On
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