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Tanked Episode 118 for Tuesday Aug 17, 2010

 ANNOUNCEMENTS 

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 TECH 


3D porn to go IMAX
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Stephen Shiu is quite a visionary.  He is proposing his adult film, 3-D Sex & Zen: Extreme Ecstasy, be the
first IMAX 3D pornographic film.  Based of the Chinese erotic tale, The Carnal Prayer Mat, 3DS&Z:EE follows
the tale of a dude who meets a duke and in introduced to his subterranean sex lair.  Shiu claims "the sex scenes
are explicit and sometimes violent, but the main theme of the story is love.  There will be many close-ups.  It
will look as if the actors are only a few centimeters from the audience."  Nearsighted 3D porn fans can rejoice
when the $3 million finishes it's Hong Kong production.


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 VIDEO GAMES 

Facebook Games Could Get Cooler

Japanese publication The Nikkei has reported Capcom's going to enter the Facebook gaming arena,
treading on FarmVille's turf with titles like Street Fighter and Resident Evil. It's not 100% confirmed,
but the games are expected to be free.
Gizmodo
CrunchGear


Dead Space 2 demo makes Hiller go "whoa!"
Gamescom 2010 is going on right now and there's a lot to see at the German gaming show.  Not so 
much wowed over by the Crysis 2 multiplayer demo, I was impressed with the cinematic gameplay of
the Dead Space 2 demo.  For someone who wasn't exactly blown away by the first installement you
can color me surprised.  Check it out.

 





 MOVIES 

“Star Wars” Saga Goes Blu-ray in 2011

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George Lucas announced today that all six Star Wars films will make their HD home theater
debut on Blu-ray disc in fall next year. The box set will include the Special Edition remastered
version of the original trilogy.

Lucas made the announcement at Star Wars Celebration V, the official convention for the movies
and their related properties, and the 2011 launch for the Blu (Blu)-ray discs will mark the 35th
anniversary of the release of Episode IV: A New Hope, the first Star Wars film. The discs will include
documentaries, interviews, outtakes, deleted scenes and other footage unique to the new set.

 

The Star Wars films are among a number of killer apps that could encourage movie buffs who’ve been

sticking to standard definition DVDs to finally buy Blu-ray players. Advocates of the Blu-ray disc format

should be thrilled that this new incentive to adopt the format is finally arriving, but some Star Wars fanatics

will be less than pleased that the controversial Special Editions are the only versions of the original trilogy

that will be available.

Lucas’ explanation: The original theatrical editions would cost too much to convert to the high definition
format. Much of the needed work was already done for the Special Edition remasters.
Video of one deleted scene is already leaked.  You can find it on the link.
Mashable

The Expendables Review. From Ric
 
Pilgram only Makes 10$ Not a good showing for a great movie. 
 
 Skyline Teaser. Look any good? or just like every other Alien's here to kill people movie?
 
 SCIENCE 










 AUTOS 

Human-electric hybrid car expected next year

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The hand-cranked low mass vehicle (LMV) was developed by engineer Professor Charles Samuel
Greenwood, who has been working on human-powered vehicles for over four decades, and has now
developed a street legal sedan version carrying four people. If the four people are all cranking, the vehicle
can run solely on human power, but it is also an electric plug-in. The chassis can be adapted to different
styles and different types of batteries and future technologies without needing to replace the car.
Physorg.com

 

 

 
 ODD NEWS 
 

 

  

Court strikes down mall talk rules

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UPI.com

Published: Aug. 17, 2010 at 12:54 PM

 

ROSEVILLE, Calif.,

 

Aug. 17 (UPI) --

A California appeals court struck down a mall's rules banning strangers

from talking about subjects other than the mall while inside the facility.

 

A three-judge 3rd District Court of Appeals panel issued a 43-page opinion Wednesday describing the rules,

which ban the unacquainted for discussing anything other than

Roseville's Westfield Galleria mall and its stores while in the mall,

 

as "unconstitutional on their face"

due to violations of free speech as outlined in the California Constitution,

the Sacramento Bee reported Tuesday.

 

The mall's rules,

which were previously upheld by Placer Superior Court Judge Larry Gaddis,

allow for conversations between two strangers on non-mall related topics

only if an application is submitted 4 days in advance and approved by officials.

 

"We are reviewing the court's decision and will consider our options,

including appeal to the California Supreme Court," Westfield spokeswoman Katy Dickey said.

 

 


FedEx Employees Rob FedEx Truck for Apple Gear

FedEx Employees Rob FedEx Truck for Apple Gear

FedEx driver Francisco Matute

was having a normal Wednesday until four masked individuals stopped his truck at gunpoint.

Then, two of the men got into the truck and took ten boxes full of Apple gear.

They were FedEx employees too.

It seems that the two men—Jason Niusulu, 23, and Dominique Hamilton, 20—saw what was getting

loaded in the truck at the San Leandro FedEx facility, where both of them work.

After getting the boxes, they successfully flee the scene in a gold Buick, but were caught by the

police the next day. Another FedEx driver took note of the license plate, which led to

Hamilton and the arrests.