Everything worth paying attention to

Mon, Jul 4, 2011 at 1:50 AM

I'm sure you all know the feeling when you come across something that is so good you just have to recommend it to everyone .
So recommend everything (people, music, videos, web pages) that must be seen.

I'll start with:
1. Derren Brown - Dubbed a 'psychological illusionist' by the Press, Derren Brown is a performer who combines magic, suggestion, psychology, misdirection and showmanship in order to seemingly predict and control human behaviour, as well as performing mind-bending feats of mentalism.
I just love that man. Watch first some of his earlier shows.

2. http://maddox.xmission.com/

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  1. Re: Everything worth paying attention to

    Sun, Jul 31, 2011 at 7:28 AM

    Fantastic band^

    I guess people don't care about things lol

    "Death is but a door. Time is but a window. I'll be back"

  2. Re: Everything worth paying attention to

    Sun, Jul 31, 2011 at 2:25 PM

    I know it's a little strange, but I've been getting into Tornados a lot lately. They fascinate me and they're one of the most deadliest things on our planet so yes, I feel that they should be paid close attention to. I can sit for hours and watch them. There are many things to know about tornados that a lot of people don't even notice. Like for instance, many people think that an f5 (now called ef5) is 2-4 miles long. That isn't the case, they base tornados on the amount of destruction it causes. If it's an ef5 that is in country and doesn't destroy anything much, then it's considered a one or a zero even though it miles wide. I don't know why I've been getting into them lately because they scare the living hell out of me but, yes...I think they should be paid more attention to because of the lives that can be saved if we do. I go to a few sites and watch these massive monsters just rip apart buildings, trees and many other things like they're nothing. I feel so bad for people who get hit by them. I watch live storm chasers on the net too, haven't gotten to see one yet where it happens then and there but there are many videos online where you can see the majestic beasts form. My favorite site is tornadoalleylive.com but I go to many of them. You tube, of course, has some amazing film as well. Tornados scare the living fuck out of me, maybe I died in a tornado in my past life, I don't know. I love watching them online, to see one up close and personal would be a total rush but, not so sure I have the guts. Also, you ever see what they drive to chase them? It's crazy.

    Also, dolphins should be paid more attention to because they're just so damn cute. :)
    "So now I find it hard, to live my own life, pleasing everyone, while I'm, just dead inside"

  3. Re: Everything worth paying attention to

    Tue, Aug 2, 2011 at 12:59 PM

  4. RE: Everything worth paying attention to

    Tue, Aug 2, 2011 at 3:38 PM

    To anyone who considers comics to be a lower art form - read Neil Gaiman's collection of graphic novels, entitled "The Sandman".

  5. Re: Everything worth paying attention to

    Wed, Sep 28, 2011 at 11:47 AM

    Most of you heard of you heard of this band but it's Called COLD and they are lead by Scooter Ward he is a freaking amazing songwriter. Most of songs seem really emotional, but they put me in a better mood all the time. My two Favorite songs by them is In My Mind, Black Sunday. Check them out!

  6. Re: Everything worth paying attention to

    Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 2:28 PM

    Frightened Rabbit from Scotland are pretty awesome. Check them out.
    Fairynuff's favourite saying is "She's Bang Tidy. I'm gonna smash her back doors in!!!!"

  7. Re: Everything worth paying attention to

    Mon, Oct 24, 2011 at 6:00 PM


    I just discovered last year is an amazing under-rated band. Strong for over a decade, with concept albums, alternative-rock, and genre breaking titles. I highly recommend this band if you are into Deftones, U2, or Korn.

    It feels like something...no, it's nothing

  8. Re: Everything worth paying attention to

    Thu, Oct 27, 2011 at 10:02 AM