Footloose

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Tony during footloose

I’m talkin about loose, FOOTLOOSE

Kick off your Sunday shoes

Please, Louise

Pull me off a my knees

Jack, get back, c’mon before we crack

lose your blues everybody cut footloose!

Dosn’t that song just get stuck in your head?

It got stuck in my head after I watched the trailor for Footloose.

The movie looks like it is going to be a hit, I don’t know about the old version but I heard that it was amazing.

Usually I would say remakes of old movies are never as good as the originals, and I could say that again to this movie.

I say that the new version of Footloose is just as good as the old one.

 

 

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Bat Masterson

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http://www.thistv.com/

I recently watched the commercial for the the old school classic Bat Masterson.

The movie looks like it would have been a great action flick back in the day. It is funny, action filled, and the guy is just plain badass.

8- Bit Google Maps “Quest”

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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/31/google-maps-quest-google-8-bit_n_1393739.html?ref=mostpopular

This article is about the joke that Google played on Google users before April Fools Day. It was really funny. Google literaly released an 8-bit version of their Google Maps function. It came with all of the original functions of Google Maps, but as an 8-bit retro game. Both the street view and destination tools were very interesting in 8-bit pixels. To access Google Maps Quest, all you had to do was go onto google maps and click the ‘Quest’ button on the top right corner of the screen.

It comes in it’s own NES cartridge for your NES. The first NES cartridge to be released for 18 years! It even came with old school an 8-bit video game theme that sounded a lot like the theme from Dragon Quest for NES.

The best part was Google announced that they are working on an 8-bit version for GBA.

This pratical joke was very clever and really had me going, considering the only thing you had to do to access Google Maps Quest,  was to go onto google maps and click the ‘Quest’ button on the top right corner of the screen.