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Rock Band coming to a bar near you

Posted in Games by Shane McGlaun on September 1st, 2009

rockbandbarnights-sbIn my town karaoke is a stable at bars and just about every one of the 600 Mexican restaurants we have. Anytime I have been in and someone was singing, I wished for a mute button. It seems like no one who can sing ever tries karaoke.

I would never sing karaoke myself, but Rock Band Bar nights might be fun. I like to play Rock Band and as long as I could be on an instrument and not sing, I would be good. Harmonix is signing bars up to be official Rock Band spots and offering materials to help get people into the location.

Wiimote chocolate bar looks yummy

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on May 3rd, 2009

Wiimote chocolate bar looks yummyCheck out this Wiimote chocolate candybar. Now you can have your cake and eat it too. Now you can throw your Wiimote at the TV and eat it too. This Wiimote chocolate replica is the product of Digital Chocolates, a company that specializes in making chocolate bars shaped like various game controllers, like the Sony Playstation controller and this Wiimote.

Not only is it delicious, but it’s got some nice detail too. It’s made of Merckens melting candy wafers. I don’t know what those are, but I’m sure they are yummy. They supposedly taste like the white from Hershey’s cookies n’ creme chocolate bars.

Space Age Bar fit for George Jetson

Posted in Furniture by Conner Flynn on October 20th, 2008

Space Age Bar fit for George JetsonIf you’re looking for a bar in your home, but want something with a space age flair, this is right up your alley. It simultaneously ups your geek cred and makes your home look more like a 24th century dwelling. It will also give the aliens a place to mingle after you’ve been abducted and safely put back in your bed.

It’s the work of architect Zaha Hadid, who designed this masterpiece. I don’t think it has a single straight line on it’s metallic surface. It was designed for a showcase involving Lacoste footwear for some reason. I wouldn’t be at all surprised if it suddenly lifted off the ground and entered hyperspace.

O2-B portable oxygen bar

Posted in Health by Conner Flynn on March 18th, 2008

O2-B portable oxygen bar
If for some reason you feel like this rotating blue marble doesn’t have enough oxygen to suit your needs, why not get this portable oxygen bar for $729. Maybe you just want cleaner air. It’s lightweight and portable, even offers timed blasts of 10 to 30 minutes via a headset, five nose hoses and 12 mouthpiece filters.

You also get a free additional intake filter so you can have an O2 shot whenever you need a kick. The Oxygen Bar promises to increase energy, stamina, concentration and alertness as well as help with relaxation and rejuvenate athletes. It would also help your breathing in higher elevations and in cities. Basically, it’s a breath of fresh air.

Wii sensor bar gets an upgrade: no wire, has clock

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on February 20th, 2008

Wii sensor bar
Just when you think you’ve spent enough money on Wii accessories, here comes a new upgraded sensor bar from CYBER Gadget. Unlike some Wii accessories, this one makes alot of sense. The standard sensor bar has that annoying cable running from the bar to your Wii. This one eliminates said annoying wire and gives you a clock too.

At first glance the clock seems like an annoying gimmick, but if you are like me, you quickly realize that it could be a very welcome addition to your entertainment center. I realized after seeing this that I actually could use a clock there since I haven’t used my VCR in almost a decade. One drawback to this device is that it uses 4 AAA batteries to run. It can still be plugged in, but that kinda defeats the whole purpose.