Solve Unamusement: 9/12/10 - 9/19/10

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Solve Unamusement has been closed, but that does not mean you can't still find random amusements or keep in touch with the former author of this blog.

Everything shall be on the author's deviantART journal and there is a feed to go with it.

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Steampunk Morrowind

Remember when the phrase "Tune in tomorrow" meant something? When when someone stated that they'd handle something the very next day, or that the bad guy was finally going to get what was coming to him, or was finally going to reach Super-Saiyan 4-Gillion? Yeah, me either, but still when Solve Unamusement says tomorrow we should mean it!

Oh right, there are steampunk elements within Solve Unamusement's favorite game: Morrowind (Oh and Oblivion too, apparently.)

That is all for today, here are some images stolen from the internet because screen shots can't happen when you're stuck playing the bad Xbox version.

Tom & Jerry

There isn't anything like waking up at six in the morning because you've got school to attend, right? Nothing like it in the whole world! Something horrible, is what it was, until the invention of the auto-tuner and alarm clock on a television. Now imagine waking up to your favorite cartoons and greeting the day with a smile thanks to what used to be Cartoon Network.

Tom & Jerry Cartoon Network Intro

Now imagine you woke up but are sick. You are stuck in bed to weak to even play video games, what on earth is there to do? Read? Hardly, who reads? Draw? To sick to draw, to lazy, whatever.

Metal Zombies! (Lordi)

The great thing about the internet is that time is never an issue when it comes to finding something interesting and enjoying it even if that itme was only popular two years ago. But the awesome thing about the internet is that time is never an issue!

  • One Part Metal
  • One Part Zombies
  • One Part Graze Z Horror (Sub-Zombie)
  • One Part Awesome
  • All Parts Amusement

To put it plainly, not sucky horror to not sucky metal!

While their stage make-up is rather like Guar or even the more widely known Slipknot, their sound is a little more like Metallica. Not a rough/course metal sound and more harmonic; they just happen to have a morbid fascination with death, is all.

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