Friday, March 30, 2012

UPS Mail Innovations Again?

 I guess history really does repeat itself. In fact everytime I get something shipped by UPS Mail Innovations, I blog about it. I don't know why but for some reason I do. I just want everybody to know about how bad this service is.
  Yesterday I bought the Tomica Hypercity Dual Die-Cast Car Set - Mitsubishi Lancer and Subaru Impreza from because I can never seem to find them in their stores. I am a huge Subaru buff. As my fellow American Subaru fans know, not many die cast companies make Subaru's except for Japan's own Tomy. Hot Wheels and Matchbox have about 3 combined total with the upcoming Hot Wheels WRX. Also I find that Tomica cars are very unique as well. The wheels have independent suspension meaning each of the wheels can bounce when you push the car down. Also Tomica cars have really tight door hinges which don't loosen up when you open them unlike Hot Wheels cars which hoods loosen up as soon as you open them.
  For those who don't know what UPS Mail Innovations is, I'll explain. UPS Mail Innovations is a mail prepping service provided by the guys in the brown shorts, UPS. UPS Mail Innovations handles the mail and then sends it to it's final destination, your local post office. Now UPS Mail Innovations has horrible tracking because they rarely update it. If you're lucky enough it might have an update. Also your package may travel to a UPSMI hub that is a state or two away from yours, meaning that your package will travel all the way back to the your state where it should have been dropped off in the first place. So Stay Away from UPS Mail Innovations.

Monday, March 26, 2012

Coming Soon To YouTube

  Last night I couldn't fall asleep. As usual I was distracted by many things. I decided to clear the WWE Alumni figures out of my Mattel Elite Scale Ring except for Dave Hebner. I was going to do action figure version of one of my SmackDown Vs Raw Superstar vs Celebrity CAW videos featuring Gene Snitsky vs a celebrity CAW usually having Lady Gaga as His Opponent and as the jobber.
  I recently completed a CAW of Stephanie from LazyTown for SVR2007 to be Gene Snitsky's punching bag. I used to like LazyTown but I got over it. So I took my Ruthless Aggression Gene Snitsky figure off my dresser and put it in my ESR with my very rare LazyTown Action Stephanie figure and took a few pictures of it.
Gene Snitsky Vs Stephanie

I want a good clean fight

Snitsky is Dominating this matchup King
Snitsky is going for the cover JR! 1,2,3. Here's your winner. Snitsky!
 I'll be filming the video in the near future when I find the time.

Sunday, March 25, 2012

Top 15 Ways to Annoy Westboro Baptist Church

  You probably heard of the hate group that is disguised as a church who protests just about anything. They are the people who hold up the colorful signs that say God Hates Fags or God Hates America, etc. You get the gist.
So here is how you can annoy Westboro Baptist Church.
  1. Play Lady Gaga CDs near where they are picketing. Judas works just fine. Westboro Baptist Church Hates Lady Gaga. However I love Lady Gaga.
  2. Have a bunch of gays and lesbians make out in front of Westboro Baptist Church's protest site.
  3. Create your own counter protest signs.
  4. Call The Members of Westboro Baptist Church Homosexuals.
  5. If Fred Phelps happens to be at the protest, tell him that you and your Gay lover want to get married at Westboro Baptist Church.
  6. Do the same as above but do a prank call. Use Caller ID block.
  7. If you are a male, act gay and hit on the male protestors.
  8. If you are a female, do the same as above only on the female protestors.
  9. Ask stupid questions about going to Hell.
  10. Throw Milkshakes at them.
  11. Throw Teargas at them.
  12. Protest in front of Westboro Baptist Church.
  13. Play the Party Boy song from Jackass and start dancing like a Chippendale
  14. Ask them if you want to go to a Lady Gaga concert with you.
  15. Get a bunch of people to play the vuvulezla the sound should block out the bigotry.

Thursday, March 22, 2012

I Hope the Cake is Ok

  Today a girl who is in my HR Management class showed me a video on her phone of a Birthday girl who gets her head slammed in her birthday cake. The girl's friends didn't mean to do any harm, but they knocked her out cold trying to have fun but someone got hurt in the process. I hope the cake is Ok though.

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

I Hate Kelly Clarkson

  I think I have found an artist on the radio who I hate more than Bruno Mars. It's the inaugural American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson. Why do I hate her so much? Her new hit single Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You) is really overplayed and I mean REALLY overplayed. It's overplayed to the extent that I want to pull out the radio in my car and smash it to bits with a baseball bat, then strap it to an M80 and blow it up. That's how much I hate it. Whenever I change the station from station A to station B that annoying song is being played. By the way did you ever notice that most American Idol winners haven't had much success when they did get a record deal? With the exception for Carrie Underwood and Kelly Clarkson and Jennifer Hudson and the only runner up I can think of Adam Lambert. Most of the past winners are washed up now and so should Kelly Clarkson be right now. Here's why I think she is still popular, she was the first winner. Well. I think her 15 minutes of fame should have expired by now don't you think?

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

The 2012 Hot Wheels New Models Lineup Is Better Than Ever

  Mattel has kicked off 2012 with a bang with the Hot Wheels brand. So far there has been nonstop excitement with the New Models. Many of my favorite street cars have been turned into Hot Wheels cars. Remember the planned KITT from 2011? It finally got released for 2012 as a new model. It has already hit stores. KITT is licensed from NBCUniversal and surprisingly not by General Motors. I guess because KITT is a heavily modified Pontiac Trans Am. Another one of my favorite cars well actually, a truck in that matter is the 1978 Dodge Lil Red Express. I am so happy for this to finally get released. If you cannot afford the real one this one is in your budget. To note this new model has two licenses on it, a Dodge Official Licensed Product logo and a Ram Trucks License due to Ram being split from Dodge.
  Another New Model is the Harley-Davidson Fatboy motorcycle. To my best knowledge this marks the first time that a Harley-Davidson makes its first Hot Wheels debut. It is also licensed by Harley-Davidson. Another unusual debut for this year marks 2 BMW's a 1968 BMW 2002 and a BMW M3 GT2 race car. They are also licensed by BMW. Another oddity to the 2012 New Models is a Mazda RX7. Mazda's rarely get a Hot Wheels release and continues the yearly pattern of classic Japanese cars being introduced to the Hot Wheels lineup. I will add that the Mazda RX7 is licensed from Mazda.

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

SEMA Should be Open to the Public

  If you are a car fan like myself, you probably heard of the annual SEMA Show in Las Vegas. SEMA or the Specialty Equipment Market Association holds this event during the first week of November at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The sad part of it is that it is a trade only event. The general public cannot enter the event. They could make a ton of money selling tickets to the general public for admittance to the show. Here's why it should be open to the public.
  If SEMA was open to the public, the manufacturers who have booths and displays set up there could get a better word of mouth recognition from the general public than of peers of the trade. I'll explain. By having only people from the trade there, a manufacturer's product is limited to the eyes of their industry and restricts the potential buyers who will go out and buy the exhaust system, or tuning kit. The people of the trade can just copy someone's product and make their own version of it. Aka industrial theft. Now if SEMA was open to the public, non trade people would be able to view the market for potential accessories and or custom parts for their project cars. Letting the general public in would create a word of mouth buzz along their friends. For instance, If I saw custom chrome wheels at the SEMA show, and I knew a friend who was interested in buying them to put on his car, I would be telling him of this manufacturer. In turn he goes and looks this company up and decides to buy their wheels. After putting the wheels on his car he goes and tells his friends and they tell their friends and so on. See where I am going with this. Letting the general public into SEMA can bring money into some of these starving companies who need the word of mouth buzz among car enthusiasts.
  Yes you see and hear about SEMA on SPEED or read about it in car magazines and blogs, but you can't experience the event unless your actually there at the event.