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24: Live Another Day: 4 Characters We Need For Next Season

By on Aug 3, 2014 in SOCIAL | 0 comments

Though there’s no confirmation on a follow up season to 24: Live Another Day, I believe, without a doubt, the series will continue. In fact, the series needs to continue. The brilliant cast of 24: Live Another Day combined with its beautiful yet emotionally challenging plot brewed up the perfect cocktail for a massive summer TV hit. Here are 4 characters we need for Season 10 of 24. 1. MORE STRONG FEMALE LEAD, MORE KATE MORGAN Casting Yvonne Strahovski as Kate Morgan was the smartest decision 24 made. Yvonne, who is no stranger to the “agency” from her time on NBC’s Chuck, played Kate Morgan perfectly and created a strong female lead who was key to the success of 24: Live Another Day. Yvonne’s brilliant track record for playing strong and likable female roles encouraged me to take a chance on 24 and I’m thankful that I did. I know after finishing...

Welcome to the Rebel Alliance

By on Jun 8, 2014 in SOCIAL | 0 comments

Star Wars Episode VII is expected to debut this 2015 and plenty of old and new fans have chimed in their mixed feelings of heading back to a galaxy far, far, away. Most Star Wars fans are on the 50/50 edge of this new film since former front man George Lucas has entered retirement. In addition, with the acquisition of Star Wars by Disney, some may feel that this next journey into the Star Wars saga may not pay homage to original trilogy. As a hardcore fan of Lucasfilms and Disney, I have high hopes for Episode VII especially with the news that J.J. Abrams, director of Star Wars and 2013 film Star Trek Into Darkness, is literally going “throwback” for the production of this latest chapter in the Star Wars saga. Leaked/released photos of the new Star Wars set is filled will traditionally built sets, handmade built starships, animatronics, and life-sized creatures. With just a...

Keeping It Fresh With Military Series G-Shock GA-100-1A1

By on Jan 8, 2014 in SOCIAL | 0 comments

Casio’s G-Shock brand is a juggernaut when it comes to style from all directions. Their useful design has led me to purchase my first G-Shock watch. After scanning Casio’s extensive inventory of G-Shocks, I came across their military series which included the GA-100-1A1 that I received today. The G-Shock GA-100-1A1 is a very durable watch with an extended amount of features and functions. It’s pretty much like a Swiss Army knife with its extra features such as a built-in stop watch and a world time clock. Similar to other G-Shocks, this watch is waterproof and this particular model can handle a water resistant depth of 200 meters. My favorite aspect of this watch is how high-tech it is compared to anything that I’ve ever owned. I think it was cool that when I adjusted the digital clock, the hands of the clock automatically spinned and corrected themselves. I...

A Quick But Awesome Stop At Neptune Aquatics

By on Jan 5, 2014 in SOCIAL | 0 comments

While I was down in the Bay Area today running some errands, my family and I decided to make a quick stop at Neptune Aquatics in Milpitas, CA. Recently, my dad has reignited his interest in reef/saltwater aquariums, so checking out this bay area saltwater tank specialist shop was a must. My dad heard great reviews of this small local shop, so we were confident that we would stumble upon a pretty cool spot. At the front door we were greeted by this massive reef/fish tank illuminated by L.E.D.s The tank was inspiring and it was loaded with beautiful fish and a variety of coral. As a saltwater veteran myself who entered the hobby before the introduction of L.E.D. tank lighting, this was a really cool sight to see. It was pretty amazing to see this energy-saving technology compare to the power hungry lights that we’ve used in the past. My dad was impressed as well and I’m sure...

Saving Mr. Banks and Styling Disney In the 60′s

By on Jan 4, 2014 in SOCIAL | 0 comments

I just left the theaters with bloodshot eyes and tears running down my face after watching Disney’s “Saving Mr. Banks.” My friends, those aren’t tears of sadness, but more like tears of emotional greatness and connection. I’ve watched the film Mary Poppins many times as a child, but to watch Disney’s adaptation of how the film came together was inspiring, fascinating and quite heartwarming. Saving Mr. Banks catered to avid Disney followers by giving us a glimpse of Disney during the 60′s and how it was like with Walt around. There’s plenty of neat and period correct details and it even challenged me to find “out of time” pieces, which I sure could not find! Aside from the beautiful details, the story showed a better side of P.L. Travers and how her background shaped the course of Disney’s adaptation of Mary Poppins....

Fitted Life At FAME 2013

By on Jun 3, 2013 in ART & DESIGN, SOCIAL | 0 comments

If you’re following me on Instagram @fittedlife then you probably were hoping that my last post late Friday night would have a desirable outcome. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to drop the motor in as we were having some (or a ton of) issues getting the method right. I have a couple of ideas why the motor didn’t want to go in, but we’ll save that for a later discussion. So at 4AM Saturday morning, I decided to call it off, get some rest (4 hours to be exact), pack up the merch and booth, and head over to San Jose. Because we didn’t finish the S14 in time, I decided to bring the E30 for showcase, which almost broke down on us halfway from Sacramento to San Jose. on the way to the event, we ran in to tons of traffic jams due to accidents. With the constant stop and go traffic and the incredibly hot weather, the E30 started to trip out, overheat, and...