When you see “Tank”, you understand why he’s been named this way.
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Recently, I paid north of 7 bucks for a 5 pound sack of flour: new york city is expensive.
But some things are absolutely free of charge– like kayaking.
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The guys behind The Bowery Riots – in 3D.
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Marty Reisman just celebrated his 81st birthday! New York City native Reisman, won numerous table tennis championships all across the globe, and became arguably the best player in the world in the ’50′s. At 81, he still whoops your ass with his distinctive style of play and commitment to the old-school “hardbat” racket. His championships aside (he holds at least 18 including 2 US Opens and a British Open), his real talent surfaced in back-room ping pong parlors, pocketing thousands in high-stakes matches. If you can get your hands on it, read “The Money Player”, his 1974 autobiography about the world’s greatest ping pong hustler, Marty Reisman. Happy birthday Marty!!
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I saw TRON Legacy in 3D last night. After shelling out $17.50 for a ticket and smuggling my non-AMC-sanctioned snack (a chocolate doughnut) past the ticket guy, I was shocked to see the Google Chrome Speed Test video on the big screen – and in stereoscopic 3-D !!! It didn’t take more than a few frames, unfortunately, to realize it was a crappy conversion. C’mon Google– you know that 2D to 3D conversions do not work…
In NYC, as elsewhere, there is no use for a christmas tree if there are no presents to loom over. But in the city, their disposal is much more conspicuous. They line curbs, sometimes still wound with lights and ornaments, covered in wrapping that nobody’s itching to tear away.