Found this at Walmart

A few weeks back I went to Walmart with a good friend of mine. We were there to purchase some motor oil for his car.  In the automotive section I found this wonderful invention. The intended purpose is no doubt clean and efficient oil changes. Combined with an ice cold 6 or 12 pack, this is a party waiting to happen.


My First Miner

I finally managed to install a Bitcoin miner, hooray!  Currently I am running just a dual core CPU setup. I have a PCI Express x1 and a x16 slot available for an ATI Radeon card.  The trick is going to be finding one that is half height or low profile.

Bitcoin is a promising digital currency that is peer-to-peer based. It is still a young and growing technology. I think it has tremendous potential though. http://www.bitcoin.org is an excellent place to start your journey into Bitcoin.  There have been articles in Wired and other prominent publications. A quick search will turn up what you want.

My next goal is to finish setting up an account on Mt.Gox, which is a currency exchange for Bitcoins. These digital bits of information are worth real money to some. Think Warcraft gold, but not as valuable. Yet. As more people and businesses use Bitcoins their value will increase naturally.

Give it a test.  It is interest as a proof of concept. If you are finance, cryptography, or computers in general you will find Bitcoin interesting.


Box O' Cables






This a box of cables. In this box o' cables are:

  • 2x, 24 foot heavy gauge speaker wire, RadioShack brand, sealed. 
  • 2x, 6 foot component video w/ combined audio cables (HDTV + stereo)
  • 1x 10 foot component video video cable  (HDTV only)
  • 1x 3 foot DVI cable (may be longer)
  • 1x USB "printer" style cable.  
  • 2x CAT 5E 6 foot ethernet cables
  • 1x CAT 5E 15 foot ethernet cable
  • 1x random laptop power adapter
  • 1x RCA audio cable

MetroPCS Huawei Ascend




Here is a video of the phone booting to the stock MetroPCS 2.2 Android update.

Carlson Gracie, Jr. Jiu-Jitsu Seminar

This past Friday night I attended a jiu-jitsu seminar with Carlson Gracie, Jr. I currently train with Luiz Palhares and absolutely love it. I hate missing class, I learn something new every time.
I have lost some weight.
At this seminar Master Carlson Gracie, Jr. taught some pretty sick chokes from the back. We also learned a variation on the clock choke seen here. He also showed an interesting variation on the guillotine using your opposite-side gi collar to help tighten down the choke.

My favorite part of the seminar were sweeps from the sitting guard. I often find myself in the sitting guard and being able to get my opponents down to the ground is important. We learned a knee bar and a choke from these sweeps as well. I wish these moves had names, but everyone calls it something different.

Overall the seminar was great, and I want to thank both Carlson Gracie, Jr. and Luiz Palhares.

Selling my Paintball Gear

If you are local to the Jacksonville area, I am trying to sell my paintball equipment. I currently have it listed on craigslist in the sporting goods section. I am asking $180 or best offer.



Chess.com Challenge

I play chess at Chess.com!

Please, Register to Vote!

There have been many historical political upheavals around the world this year. Some of them peaceful, some of them violent. For those of us fortunate enough to live in a country in which the vote of the citizens are taken seriously, it is important as citizens to vote. If you vote, as far as I am concerned, you are allowed to complain and gripe about your government as often you want. If you don't vote, shut up.

If you live in the U.S. and are not registered to vote, you can start here to find information. You can also take a look at ProjectVote. For readers outside of the U.S. a few minutes on a search engine should turn up some local election information. There is an "www.elections.org.XX" where "XX" represents your local country code. Give that a shot, hopefully it will turn up some useful data. If you have links to specific places that you want to share, please post them in the comments.

Even if you have registered, make sure your address is correct. Some laws also require you to be registered with one of the major U.S. parties in order to vote in primary elections. Since the concept of voting has been around, corrupt people attempted to manipulate those votes. Make sure everything is in order, and get ready for your next election.

I will re-post this reminder every two weeks until the upcoming November elections in the U.S. After that, it will be a monthly post. It is important that each citizen exercise their rights and responsibilities!

I Did Not Realize...

Tue, Sep 20

WR Preston Parker will continue to serve as the Bucs' slow WR with the injury to Sammie Stroughter, who is out four weeks with a broken foot.
(Yahoo! Sports)


That part of the Bucs game plan was to have a slow receiver. That said, Preston Parker originally played at FSU. He got into some trouble and was booted. He was a heck of a player though. I hope he gets it turned around.


Not a happy camper. Cool shirt though.

Please, Register to Vote!

There have been many historical political upheavals around the world this year. Some of them peaceful, some of them violent. For those of us fortunate enough to live in a country in which the vote of the citizens are taken seriously, it is important as citizens to vote. If you vote, as far as I am concerned, you are allowed to complain and gripe about your government as often you want. If you don't vote, shut up.

If you live in the U.S. and are not registered to vote, you can start here to find information. You can also take a look at ProjectVote. For readers outside of the U.S. a few minutes on a search engine should turn up some local election information. There is an "www.elections.org.XX" where "XX" represents your local country code. Give that a shot, hopefully it will turn up some useful data. If you have links to specific places that you want to share, please post them in the comments.

Even if you have registered, make sure your address is correct. Some laws also require you to be registered with one of the major U.S. parties in order to vote in primary elections. Since the concept of voting has been around, corrupt people attempted to manipulate those votes. Make sure everything is in order, and get ready for your next election.

I will re-post this reminder every two weeks until the upcoming November elections in the U.S. After that, it will be a monthly post. It is important that each citizen exercise their rights and responsibilities!

Movie Review: Apollo 18


My girlfriend and I recently went to see Apollo 18 at the local Regal Cinema. It was Sunday, so the ticket was only $6. That was the best part of the day. Everything else was more or less downhill from there.

This film takes a cue from The Blair Witch Project, the premise is that "lost footage" has surfaced from the unofficial 18th Apollo mission. Many people trashed Blair Witch but I enjoyed it. I can not say the same about Apollo 18.

I am going to make my review short and (pungently) sweet:

Photo Credit: chefranden via flickr.com

Bucket List Item: Watch Anderson Silva Fight Live

http://www.free-sport-wallpapers.com
Last night I went to the local Buffalo Wild Wings to watch UFC 134. I am a huge Anderson Silva fan, and last night's fight just reinforced my appreciation. He toyed with and then destroyed Okami. I would not fight Silva unless I was armed with a gun.

I enjoy watching someone do that at which they excel. Silva is considered one of the best now, if not ever. I had seen him destroy folks before, but there was something different this fight.

Seeing him fight in person is something that is going on my bucket list. He will retire in the next five years most likely, so my window is closing soon. Tickets are crazy expensive to begin with and anything with Silva is even more so. Looks like it will be a ramen heavy diet for the next few years.

FOX Sports and the UFC recently signed a groundbreaking deal. FOX will broadcast four fights a year, the first of which is in November. Rumor has it that Silva will fight in the first FOX broadcast of UFC. Something tells me that event will be huge.

Regarding BW3's the food was respectable. I had some "Hot BBQ Boneless Wings" and while the sauce was hot and tasty, the price did not match the quality. The beer was great though. A 22oz. Yuengling and a 22oz. Blue Moon were only $8.25. For major bar chain prices, that is hard to beat. They have a varied selection of beers on tap and in bottles, so you can find something for everyone.

If you have a smartphone, check out this program from UFC. It will show you all the local bars broadcasting UFC events. I found it quite useful due to the first bar (a Miller's Ale House) was packed and had an hour wait. If you have never seen a UFC fight, find one of the local bars that broadcasts fights. For the price of a beer and a burger, you will almost always get a solid two hours of excellent fight action.

Please, Register to Vote!

There have been many historical political upheavals around the world this year. Some of them peaceful, some of them violent. For those of us fortunate enough to live in a country in which the vote of the citizens are taken seriously, it is important as citizens to vote. If you vote, as far as I am concerned, you are allowed to complain and gripe about your government as often you want. If you don't vote, shut up.

If you live in the U.S. and are not registered to vote, you can start here to find information. You can also take a look at ProjectVote. For readers outside of the U.S. a few minutes on a search engine should turn up some local election information. There is an "www.elections.org.XX" where "XX" represents your local country code. Give that a shot, hopefully it will turn up some useful data. If you have links to specific places that you want to share, please post them in the comments.

Even if you have registered, make sure your address is correct. Some laws also require you to be registered with one of the major U.S. parties in order to vote in primary elections. Since the concept of voting has been around, corrupt people attempted to manipulate those votes. Make sure everything is in order, and get ready for your next election.

I will re-post this reminder every two weeks until the upcoming November elections in the U.S. After that, it will be a monthly post. It is important that each citizen exercise their rights and responsibilities!

August Birthday of the Month - Pierre Charles L'Enfant (1754)


The man pictured here is Pierre Charles L'Enfant and today is his birthday. If you are unfamiliar with your U.S. History, L'Enfant was well respected by George Washington. L'Enfant contributed significantly to the design of our nation's capital city, Washington, D.C. You can read more about it on Wikipedia as well as the National Parks Service websites.

If you have yet to visit the city, this website will provide useful information for touring the city. My number one suggestion is to purchase a pass for the Metro. It's one of the more effective public transportation systems I have used. Everything is clean and runs on time. You can get just about everywhere using the Metro.

Make sure to stop in and have a bite to eat at Matchbox. It's a great gourmet pizza bistro that also features a wide selection of beers, wines, and custom vodkas. I had one of the tastiest Maryland crab cake sandwiches in my life on my first visit. I also recommend a glass of Delirium Tremens or an Arrogant Bastard with your meal.

D.C. is a great city, loaded with history. The museums are simply fantastic, especially those from the Smithsonian. Also check out the Spy Museum too. The restaurants are great, there's always a concert or show. They have a number of pro-sports franchises (and the Redskins, zing!) to spend an afternoon at the ballpark, arena, or stadium.

There are only so many national capitals in the world, pay this one a visit when you can.

Check Orbitz, Travelocity, or Kayak to look for travel deals from your area.

The Fall of the Middle Class

I want to make sure this clip makes into the Internet archives. In a hundred years after society has collapsed around us, I want some destitute freedom fighter to stumble upon some long-forgotten data center. Then they will understand why everything in the future sucks.



And I also wanted to throw this one out there. Remember, this clip is almost 20 years old at this point.



R.I.P. Bill. We need more folks like you around.

R.I.P. Bubba Smith.

Bubba Smith has passed away. As a huge fan of Police Academy growing up, Hightower was one of my favorite characters. He was a giant, and didn't take any shit from the asshole sergeant. But he had a soft and mushy inside. From what I have read, this is what he was like in real life. He is one of my favorite scenes from Police Academy, showing both how helpful he wanted to be and his somewhat over-the-top strength.



It wasn't until I was much older that I learned he had actually established himself playing football. First he played for the Spartans of Michigan State, and was then drafted by the Colts in '67. He went #1 overall and won a SuperBowl with the Colts. Not too shabby of a career. After I had learned the football background of Smith it made this following clip far more relevant to me.



Rest in Peace, Bubba Smith. You were a pretty cool guy just for Police Academy, but being a badass football player doesn't hurt either.

Please, Register to Vote!

There have been many historical political upheavals around the world this year. Some of them peaceful, some of them violent. For those of us fortunate enough to live in a country in which the vote of the citizens are taken seriously, it is important as citizens to vote. If you vote, as far as I am concerned, you are allowed to complain and gripe about your government as often you want. If you don't vote, shut up.

If you live in the U.S. and are not registered to vote, you can start here to find information. You can also take a look at ProjectVote. For readers outside of the U.S. a few minutes on a search engine should turn up some local election information. There is an "www.elections.org.XX" where "XX" represents your local country code. Give that a shot, hopefully it will turn up some useful data. If you have links to specific places that you want to share, please post them in the comments.

Even if you have registered, make sure your address is correct. Some laws also require you to be registered with one of the major U.S. parties in order to vote in primary elections. Since the concept of voting has been around, corrupt people attempted to manipulate those votes. Make sure everything is in order, and get ready for your next election.

I will re-post this reminder every two weeks until the upcoming November elections in the U.S. After that, it will be a monthly post. It is important that each citizen exercise their rights and responsibilities!

So long, Randy Moss...

While I can't exactly defend all of his craziness off the field, for the most part I think Randy Moss got a bad rep. Some of it was earned no doubt, but some people just need to get off his jock. He was easily one of the top 10-15 best receivers in the NFL, ever, end of story. Take a look at his record setting season in this clip.



I had both Tom Brady and Randy Moss on my Yahoo fantasy football team that year and still lost! 73 TDs between the two of them in a fantasy football season! WTF!? How does that happen!

Randy Moss should have originally went to Notre Dame but he attended my alma mater of FSU before his shenanigans got him sent to Marshall. Had he stayed, he would have lined up on the opposite side of my favorite college football player ever: Peter Warrick. The 'Noles would have been absolutely unstoppable, instead of just regular unstoppable, with both those guys on the field.

I hope you change your mind Randy and come back. Maybe the Eagles will pick you up on the cheap. Would a 1-year, minimum contract be worth another great shot at a ring? You are most likely going into the Hall of Fame regardless, but a ring would give you a shot at first ballot. Either way, best of luck in the future. True football fans realize what you brought to the field, and it will be missed.

My Vices: Pancakes & Fast Internet

Photo Credit: ME via Flickr.

My dad always made pancakes as I was growing up. It was always one of my favorites. As an "adult" I am still the pancake addict. I can eat them by the dozens. Ricky Bobby even had his arm broken to show his love of pancakes. I will have an update showing how to make some kick-ass 'cakes at home in the near future.


A recent late night craving for the butter smothered taste of stacks of fluffy, syrup drowned pancakes took me to IHOP. Famous Amos is a popular local option, but I enjoy the variety available at IHOP. IHOP is running a promo right now, join their mailing list here. They're offering a free breakfast platter for sign up, and I've received my first coupon.

(Side note: as a freshman I worked one shift at a Denny's so I tend to avoid them, even though they are under newer managment since that time.)

While waiting for my food, I decided to give in to my smartphone addiction. Like many the world over, I am hooked. I have an Android-based smartphone and this IHOP had wi-fi available. It was a match made in heaven. One of my favorite programs is the mobile version of Speedtest.net. This first picture shows the results of one of the tests I ran at IHOP.

As you can see that speed is great for free wi-fi. Granted, I was most likely the only person accessing the network that early in the morning. I don't expect more than 15-20 people at the most over an hour stay will use access wi-fi. If you're looking for a place to play some late night Quake it's worth a shot. If you actually travel on business and need a place to work and eat give IHOP a shot. This tale takes a sad turn, however, when I returned home to do some comparisons.

As you can see, it's almost 4Mbp/s slower. I have Clearwire at home, usually they are much faster. My real average at home is around 3Mpb/s down and 0.5Mbp/s up. It's not spectacular, both the DSL and cable options available here are much faster. I am trying to do my part to boycott them for crap business practices. Do some research on the stranglehold the telcos and cable companies have on our communications options. Vote with your dollar (if they are worth anything after this whole debt debacle).

Stay tuned, my own pancake cooking update is coming soon. If you have any suggestions or comments, please let me know. Thanks for reading!

Music Video Saturday - 07/30/2011

Today is my mom's birthday, so I'd like to say, "Happy Birthday, mom!"



The theme for this Music Video Saturday is, "Stuff My Mom Hated."

This first video comes from one of my favorite artists today: Eminem. Though by far not his best song, this tune is caused him to blow up and become a household name. Enjoy a flashback to 1999 with "My Name Is" off his first major album The Slim Shady LP [Explicit].



Next up we have one of my favorite bands of all time: Nirvana. Most, if not all, teenage males growing up in the U.S. during the 1990s heard of Nirvana. Whether you were a fan or not was a different story. Today, there is no denying the impact that Nirvana had on the music scene. Take a listen to the song that made them huge, "Smells Like Teen Spirit" from the album Nevermind.



I would serve up some delicious music from Metallica, but they prevent embedding of their videos from Youtube. That is disappointing. This week we'll stick with just two main videos. Hope you enjoyed the update.

Gracie Jiu-Jitsu

For a few years I have been training Gracie Jiu-Jitsu. I absolutely love it. Few things I have ever done are as enjoyable or rewarding. I would spend three or four hours a day practicing jiu-jitsu if I could. I enjoy the competition aspect, and I have seen both the ups and downs in tournament performance.


Click here for results of my first NAGA Tournament, two years ago in Boca Raton, FL. At right you can see the smile on my face after finishing 3rd. I wish I had my winning match on video instead of my loss in the no-gi match at this tournament. Unfortunately, this has been the highlight of my jiu-jitsu tournament career so far.

As you can see in the following video, I have had my experience with a royal butt kicking as well. I don't remember going to sleep, but I do remember waking. That was the first and hopefully last time I go to sleep during jiu-jitsu. It's a loss like this that makes you want to practice harder and prepare better. I am looking to compete again in October at a local event. We'll see if I can get my weight under control in time. You can follow me here on Traineo.



For those of you unfamiliar with Gracie Jiu-Jitsu, please watch the following video. It is excellent footage of Grandmasters Helio and Carlos Gracie demonstrating the benefits of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu. It is an effective system of self-defense, especially in a ground fighting situation. Thanks to Royce Gracie and the early fights in the UFC the usefulness of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu in MMA is also quite obvious. Please enjoy this video, I hope you appreciate a good history lesson like I do.



If you live in Jacksonville, I train here with Luiz Palhares. If you are curious, want to get in shape, and learn an effective system of self-defense come give it a try.

July Birthday of the Month: Jim Davis (1945)

Jim Davis is the creator of the comic cat Garfield. It first appeared in syndication in 1978. You can read more about his career here. I always loved Garfield for his sarcasm, laziness, and fear of spiders. If you are not familiar with Garfield, a quick Internet search will turn up many comics from the past three decades of Davis' work.

Here's an example of textbook Garfield:

Music Video Saturday - 07/02/2011

This week features classical music. There are many classical musicians and composers throughout the years. I've attempted to bring three greats for you this week.





Music Video Saturday - 06/25/2011

In honor of one my most missed childhood traditions, I present theme songs from 1980's era Saturday morning cartoons. I spent almost every Saturday of childhood watching cartoons and then playing Nintendo games. It was the life I tell you. So please sit back and enjoy this little bit of nostalgia.



The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are one of my favorite franchises. They also have been extremely profitable since they first ninja'd there way across Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles I (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (First Classics)). The cartoon is far more comedic and upbeat than the comics by far. No outright death scenes, swearing, or drug references.



This is more than meets the eye.



Like Eminem says on Just Don't Give A Fuck [Explicit], "I'll form like Voltron and blast you with my soda missiles."



Unlike cartoons today, the cartoons of the 80's and early 90's at least ended with a message. The above is a collection of some of the best public service announcements from G.I. Joe. Snake-eyes was always the coolest. I wanted to be him. Look:GI Joe Movie 12in Ninja Snake Eyes Figure. Twelve inches?! That's not fair!

Finally, the classic school drama showcasing all the troubles of being a teen. It also launched quite a few Hollywood careers. This is a fan favorite for anyone that grew up watching it. I am so thankful I no longer deal with being in high school.



I hope you enjoyed this week's Music Video Saturday. Please post any comments, criticisms, or trolls below. Thanks and have a good weekend!

Rice Cooker Recipes - Spicy Steamed Tuna with Brown Rice and Vegetables

I recently purchased a rice cooker with a food steaming tray. My first experiment is detailed below. Aside from failing to check the quality on the final photo (before eating everything) I am pretty happy with this first shot at using the steamer.

I used two parts blackening season to one part Old Bay. Obviously adjust that ratio to your personal taste. Evenly season the piece of fish to taste. Place it to one side of the steam tray. You could fit two filets easily along with the vegetables in this tray. Check your local grocery freezer for frozen fish filets. Popular choices include: tuna, tilapia, snapper, or grouper to name a few.

The vegetables were just a bag of frozen vegetable medley from the local grocery store. I seasoned them with Italian seasoning and some sea salt. Fresh vegetables would have turned out crisper and a little tastier. It is hard to beat the convenience of the frozen vegetables though. The fact that I am actually eating the vegetables is the important part.

I am trying to eat more brown rice. Brown rice usually needs a little more water to cook properly compared to white rice. I used 1.5 cups of brown rice and 2.5 cups of water this first time. The rice stuck a little bit, but I think that I could have checked it a little earlier.

I didn't take a good picture of the finished product. I was half-way through eating it before I actually bothered to check the picture. This is what I ended up with. But the food was great. The smell of it cooking a pleasant surprise. It's a quick and easy meal that's actually healthy for you.

Stay tuned for more rice cooker recipes. I love it so far, and look forward to all sorts of culinary experiments!

Not What I Expected... (NSFW)


Check this out. I am both impressed and disturbed by their existence. I understand their usefulness, but man, I would never want to clean up a spill.

Netflix Gem: Goemon


It is no secret that Netflix has taken the business world by storm. Various reports show traffic has greatly increased for Netflix. Everyone is trying to get a piece of the pie now, especially the owners of the pipes and tubes that bring the content into your house. Monthly transfer caps do nothing but limit the usefulness of streaming products.

Anyway, enough ranting. The point of this post is to get you to watch Goemon the next time you get a chance. It is an excellent ninja movie. The fights are spectacular and the visuals are eye-catching. It is shot with a bright, vivid color palette for some scenes and then gets dark and gritty when necessary. If you are a fan of anime, you'll enjoy Goemon. Even if you're not a fan of anime, you'll enjoy Goemon.

It is based loosely on Japanese folklore dating to the 1500's. The main character is modeled after Ishikawa Goemon and he features the crazy ninja skills and the Robin Hood personality. There are some steam-punk elements to the movie as well, with arms dealing Christians providing some interesting props to the Japanese.

The voice-over acting is pretty good, though I would prefer subtitles. If you've got some time to kill and are looking for a good fight and some excellent visual film making, give Goemon a shot.

Music Video Saturday - 06/18/2011

First of all I want to say, "Happy Birthday, sis!"

This week I wanted to showcase a few classics that do not receive the radio airplay they really deserve. The first video is from Traffic with, "Dear Mr. Fantasy." Just a great old school rock-and-roll song: excellent vocals and some ferocious guitar playing. Enjoy!



Jim Croce rocks your world with, "Bad, Bad, LeRoy Brown." This is the type of song that makes you want to drive 20 MPH (32 KPH) over the speed limit or rob a bank. It is almost impossible to listen to this song and not end up in a better mood than you were minutes earlier.



Finally, we end with Red Rider and, "Lunatic Fringe." This is another rocker that should be turned up a few notches on the volume nob. Again, be careful of speeding when you listen to this in the car.

More Bacon Techniques

I was frying up some bacon earlier today after getting home from jiu-jitsu class. I managed to eat only two slices, preparing to ration out the rest until this week is over. I captured some cell phone video, not the highest quality but it shows you what needs to be done. Don't be afraid to save that bacon grease, it is extremely useful in the kitchen!





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Someone Pass the Chips...

I found a Medical Cannabis Webcam that is located somewhere in Canada. Check it out: lights on 4PM-11AM Pacific Time. It was a link in someone's signature on a slashdot.org forum post. It started this whole post. I actually caught the lights turning on at 4PM. A little tear slowly slid down my cheek, tracing a trail of joy.

Prohibition simply does not work. Some states and countries have realized this and passed laws either decriminalizing possession or creating a medical marijuana system. My simple opinion is that marijuana should follow similar laws as those of alcohol in the U.S. My only major change would be lowering the age to 18.

Does everyone need to be smoking weed? No, of course not. Productive adults that purchase it from a licensed (meaning taxed) vendor or grow a personal stash should be allowed to do so. I do not see much social difference in saying, "I've had a rough day, I'd like to smoke a joint of marijuana that I grew, relax, and listen to some tunes," compared to someone saying, "I've had a rough day, I'd like to take my doctor-prescribed chemicals, and just not care." Am I wrong?

Regardless of your stance on the recreational or medical aspects marijuana, not growing industrial hemp here in the U.S. is completely idiotic.

The next few years will have a significant impact on our rapidly changing society. Get registered to vote first and foremost. Contact your Senators and Representatives and thoughtfully express your opinions on the matter. Even if you disagree with my views, get involved and express your opinions also. That's the point of our system!

Meanwhile, enjoy one of my favorite scenes from one of my favorite stoner-comedies.

Public Torrent Tuesday - 06/14/2011


This week brings a strange film, but an interesting film. I present "A Boy and His Dog" based on this novella by Harlan Ellison. I have yet to read the novella so I cannot honestly say how true to the original the film version is. I plan to change that on summer break. Basic story: boy develops psychic link with his dog in a post-Apocalyptic world. Weirdness factor: During one scene, the boy and the dog argue about getting food for the dog and some action for the boy.

Here is the iPod MP4 format torrent link. As always, I will seed this torrent until next weeks update.

If you're not broke, try one one of these:
  1. A Boy & His Dog. This version has THE Don Johnson.
  2. A Boy & His Dog
  3. Vic and Blood: The Chronicles of a Boy and His Dog (this is the original).
  4. Not related, but awesome still is A Boy and His Blob