Like many Rick & Morty fans, I too am a bit bummed season 4 is currently non-existent but inevitably down the pipe line. While we all wait for more nihilistic asshole humor from our favorite geriatric alcoholic, Adult Swim dropped a bizarre not-Rick & Morty episode called “Bushworld Adventures” featuring a distinctively Australian Rick and Morty. “Bushworld Adventures” was created by Michael Cusack, an Australian artist with Gillsberry.
It gets pretty twisted, but if the creators of Rick & Morty are going to take their time, I’m actually cool with this knock off like replacement refs during the NFL ref strikes, or scab players during lock outs.
It’s all over the internet but I loved this thing too much to not repost. I’m sorry.
PS – I’ve had the szeuchuan during the second drop. It’s just soy sauce and teriyaki weakly mixed. You’ve missed nothing. Stick to the barbeque sauce, McDonald’s sauce is the shit (in the context of when you’re eating probably-not-chicken chicken nuggets from a drive thru at 1a).
I’ve spent a fair amount of time playing PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS both in Early Access and now in official release, and I still don’t know how to feel about it. I both feel this is the most obnoxious fucking game I’ve played to date and also one of the most intense, often switching off between the two intermittently. Initially I wanted to write some kind of review, but then I quickly realized it was both a dumb and pointless. Instead, I thought it would be more constructive to document the early experience of the game in the eternal quest to “get gud” as I’m often told. Especially since there is inherent comedy in watching futile attempts to succeed.
There is a very specific sense of fragility to this game. The player knows there is no safety anywhere. No matter how much equipment you gather, how suped up your gun may be, how much bullet-proof padding or how many kills you’ve recently acquired there is always the lingering knowledge your (digital) life is forfeit at literally any moment. Lately, it seems, thanks to Chinese hackers. In many ways, PUBG is legitimately both the most obnoxious and the most frightening game I’ve played yet.
Ultimately words don’t do justice to prove how much I suck. So, I’ve distilled my early experiences with the game into a small video. I’m sorry in advance.
While we’re still busying enjoying the new ranged fighter Starfire, Netherrealm dropped details on the upcoming fighter pack 2 which will include Black Manta, Raiden, and Hellboy. Netherrealm put together a sexy video of the new combatants for your pleasure.
Hellboy is probably the greatest surprise of the bunch, while Raiden and Black Manta long having been guessed to be part of the roster. Black Manta will be the first of the new pack to be released. The release date has yet to be dropped but you can see Black Manta’s promo video below. If you’ve been lagging, I’ve also included a vid of Starfire’s abilities below that.
With 50 days left for the 2017 NFL kickoff, Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliot is once again on the NFL’s problem radar. Currently under investigation for domestic abuse charges by his former girlfriend dating to an incident back in 2016, Ezekiel has now been accused of being involved in a bar altercation late Sunday night at Dallas bar. Dallas police department came out with a statement saying the victim was physically assaulted but could not remember who assaulted him. The vicim was hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries. No arrests were made that evening, nor were there further mention of Elliott or other suspects as of yet.
So then why is his name even being mentioned again then?
TMZ sports released a video allegedly of the incident and witnesses who recorded the video claim they witnessed Elliott and the man arguing few seconds before he was knocked down with a punch to the nose.
The Cowboys know about the situation but have yet to comment on it. This will probably be another slap on the hand and will probably only have a few days or games suspension in the season.
Police are still investigating this situation.
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