Posts Tagged ‘Facebook’

Attention: Fans of the Foo

Posted: December 20, 2010 by Brian in live, music, news
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Yes, indeed! As we all know, the Fighters Foo have been working on a new record set to release early 2011.  On December 21st, 2010 the band will play a secret show in the Los Angeles area.  How do YOU get in? (more…)


My PhotoCame across an interesting post but a young lady today.  It gets into how massive the Social Networking world has become and how Hollywood missed the bus.  Quick, interesting read. by Andrea V. Lewis

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner now. To commemorate we’ve put up our festive new header. Also, as the title of the post implies, the number 50 is a very important number for MiYM. Two reason: First, our Facebook page is only one fan away from having 50 fans (which is 48 more than I ever thought we would have), and second, we are getting close to 50 posts on the! It’s only been a few months, and between the two of us, having jobs (well, Takis, at least) and families to tend to, we were still able to pump out 50 of these things. And of course, we’ll be posting a lot more than 50 posts plus the podcasts are coming. I promise, this time fo’ real.

So enjoy our new header for the rest of the Month of Love, and keep coming back to read. Don’t be afraid to leave comments and feedback. It’s the only way we’ll ever know where to go from here. Thanks again. Happy Valentines Day!


Posted: November 3, 2009 by Brian in Uncategorized
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Symptoms: Insomnia, nervousness, obsessiveness, neglectant, loss of hunger, and potentially, DEATH.

It is the most dangerous epidemic the world has seen to date. H1N1? Negative. I’m talking about Farmville. “Farmers” are quickly taken in by the fictional world of farming. Hoping to find a chocolate cows, turtles, or ugly ducklings.

Why are people so obsessed with this game? Its a rip-off of a game that was released years ago for the Nintendo Gamecube, and since then has had multiple spin-offs. Even when I’m on the route, people in doctors’ offices, clothing stores, etc., are all playing this.

If you have a Gameboy SP or even up to a DS Lite (not the new DSi), you can get Harvest Moon. The original, Farmville, if you will. You can also get the Gamecube version, Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town, to get your farming fix and leave the flashy crap that is Farmville where it belongs–in the trash. Happy Gaming!