The ramblings of a bearded crazy person

Suicide Mission

Jack Wall – Suicide Mission

The best track from the whole trilogy.

The Turret Anthem

The Turret Anthem

Poor GLaDOS. :(

Sonome Dare Nome?

Whose Eye Is This Anyway?


Commander Shepherd Dancing

Commander Shepherd Dancing

I’m Commander Shepard, and this is my favorite dance on the Citadel.

Firefly Lights

Tatsh – 蛍火

<insert something about song here>


I am mad scientist! It’s so cool!

Steins;Gate is the most bloody amazing show I’ve seen in a very, very long time. The first show we watched in 2013, and I seriously doubt I’m going to watch another show this year that I’ll enjoy more than I enjoyed Steins;Gate.

The story follows mad scientist KYOUMA HOUOUIN, (actually Rintarou Okabe,) founder of the Future Gadget Laboratory. He and his friends Mayuri Shiina and Itaru Hashida run the lab, where they’re working on the Phone Microwave, which can receive commands remotely via cell phone. One day, while attending a lecture about time travel, he finds a girl named Kurisu Makise lying down in a puddle of blood. When he sends a text message to Daru about the event, he feels a strange sensation, and people around him disappear. And then he bumps into Kurisu, alive and well. No-one else notices anything strange about this. He then realizes that the text he sent to Daru arrived — a week ago. Daru’s phone had been connected to the Phone Microwave at the time, and further experimentation confirms something amazing. They have accidentally invented a time machine that can send text messages to the past.

KYOUMA HOUOUIN (yes it needs to be allcaps because this dude is just that awesome) is one of the coolest, most well-written characters ever. And certainly the coolest scientist ever. (Sorry, Bill Nye.)

Steins;Gate also has one of the most downright shocking scenes ever. I haven’t gone “HOLY COW DID THAT JUST HAPPEN” that badly since ‘that scene’ in the Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya. I sat there for a little while with a stunned expression on my face before starting the next episode. And you know that time travel is inherently awesome as a science fiction concept. It’s very difficult to make time travel uncool. Back to the Future has been my favorite time travel story since basically forever, but this just might have changed that…

To date, exactly four animes have blown me away this much by their awesomeness. Sugar, Clannad, Disappearance, and now Steins;Gate.

So yeah. Go out and watch this immediately. If you don’t like it, I’ll eat a gel-bana.

Steins;Gate – Lab Coat Scene

A shining example of KYOUMA HOUOUIN’S awesome eccentricity.

I need a lab coat desperately.

Healthy Eating with Bane

BANE OUTTAKES (Auralnauts extended edition)

Spoilers, but if you haven’t seen this movie by now, what the heck is wrong with you?

El Psy Congroo

Itou Kanako – Hacking to the Gate

This is pretty much the most boss song ever. In all world lines.


Whose eyes are those?

Takumi Nishijou is a high school student at the private Suimei Academy. He lives by himself as a shut-in, avoiding contact with the 3D world as much as possible. He suffers from intense delusions, and really has a hard time telling what is real and what is not.

In Takumi’s home town, there have been a series of strange and grisly murders, called the “New Generation” events. One day, Takumi is chatting with an online friend, who is bringing him up to speed on the latest New Gen murders. Then someone called Shogun logs on, and sends Takumi a ton of pictures of a man pinned to a wall with lots of metal stakes.

The next day, Takumi happens upon a murder scene — a girl pinning a man to the wall with metal stakes. Exactly what was in Shogun’s picture. Convinced that Shogun is targeting him, Takumi tries to avoid getting involved with any other New Gen events. But things never go as planned, and the things that he gets into are much bigger than they seem…

Super Special

The Engrish in the ending. I find it amusing.

Gangnam Style


Here it is, the video that defined the latter half of 2012. Over 1,000,000,000 views, and counting.