Hey movie “critics”: if you gave “Transformers 3” a good review and justified your opinion with a phrase along the lines of “it really picks up after the first hour and a half”, how about you GO FUCK AND THEN KILL AND THEN FUCK YOURSELVES.
Ain’t It Cool News, I’m mostly looking in your direction here. Maybe “critics” is the wrong word for you. Maybe “giant infants who get boners when robots fight buildings” is more accurate.
I wouldn’t be so mad about how much movies suck if it weren’t for all the people who seem genuinely happy about it.
I am having an audio sync problem with my PS3, but only when I watch Blu-rays. Netflix streaming videos have perfect audio sync on my PS3.
I have a PS3, hooked up with HDMI to an Onkyo TX-NR609 receiver, which outputs through HDMI to my 2-year-old Samsung LCDTV.
When I watch a Blu-ray on my PS3, the audio is a bit ahead of the video. When I watch Netflix Instant on my PS3, the audio is synced up just fine.
I’m guessing there is some sort of additional video processing somewhere in my setup that’s causing this lag, but I don’t know where to look; in the PS3 settings, in the receiver settings, in the TV? Is there some unnecessary video conversion crap happening in here that I can turn off? I can adjust the audio sync in my receiver firmware, but I would have to readjust it every time I wanted to switch from Blu-ray to Netflix viewing, which would be a pain.
Yeah, I’m asking for tech support over Tumblr. That’s how annoyed I am by this.
Let me know if y’all have any ideas, or if you need more information. Thanks!
Actual sequence of thoughts I had at the haircutting place today.
1. “Something smells terrible in here.” [It smelled like rotting cat litter. Like a bunch of feral cats had pissed on the floor.]
2. “I wonder if anyone else smells that.” [I do not bother to ask anybody else.]
3. “Maybe I have a brain tumor.”
4. “Am I gonna need an operation?”
5. “I should pick out what music they’ll have playing in the operating room so as to make sure I am soothed.”
I then spent a good three minutes trying to think of soothing and quiet pieces of classical music to accompany my inevitable brain surgery.
Long story short, sometimes feral cats sneak into Rudy’s on Sunset and piss on the floor.
CAN’T F’ING WAIT.
This show’s gonna be fantastic. With Guy Branum from Chelsea Lately fame and countless other television and film endeavors, MOTH storyteller John Grady, Comic powerhouse Ed Greer, and podcaster extroardinaire Jen Goldberg! Here we go, Echo Park. Here we go.
Come to see this show please!