So apparently this kid in my Facebook group tells me that today is the day Star Wars was made. Well, Lucas did conceive this pretty early on and eps 4, 5 and 6 were all really well made. And with Lucas finishing it up with eps  1, 2 and 3, I’m flat out gonna say that those of us who grew out of Star Wars are over the whole damn hype of it. Fact, if you are willing to pay to see Star Wars in 3D, you need to get a life. Course that’s just my opinion, but what do I know about nerds. No one’s a nerd anymore; We’re all equal in society.

But while we’re on the topic of entertainment, well let me just say that, 3D remakes are stupid. VR didn’t work in the 90s, it won’t work now. There’s a reason VR died along with it’s machines back in the 90s. We didn’t have the technology to implement a great virtual graphics and game ideas of the day, but it was still great. Remember the Virtual Boy? That was an absolute flunk cause of the red screen.

It’s not that people don’t understand how to implement technology, but they do not really implement it correctly. We do not need a 3D innovation for video games. I know Nintendo is pushing toward usages for the 3DS, but I do not support this because 3D gaming isn’t something new nor is it graphically appealing to the eye. Once again no news, but enjoy this single article.

 

Largo police: Inebriated driver had monkey onboard

By Peter Jamison

 

LARGO — A man Largo police accused of speeding down East Bay Drive while intoxicated early Thursday morning had an unusual partner in crime: a monkey riding shotgun.

Largo resident Eugene Kotelman, 36, passed a police cruiser in his Ford truck driving at about 70 mph shortly after midnight, police said. He was arrested on a felony DUI charge and was being held at the Pinellas County jail Thursday in lieu of $5,000 bail.

Also in the truck with Kotelman was a “small monkey,” according to police. The truck was seized and the monkey placed in the custody of one of Kotelman’s friends, police said.

Largo police Lt. Mike Loux said Kotelman has a “lengthy criminal history,” including multiple arrests for DUI and driving with a suspended license.

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LARGO — A man Largo police accused of speeding down East Bay Drive while intoxicated early Thursday morning had an unusual partner in crime: a monkey riding shotgun.

Largo resident Eugene Kotelman, 36, passed a police cruiser in his Ford truck driving at about 70 mph shortly after midnight, police said. He was arrested on a felony DUI charge and was being held at the Pinellas County jail Thursday in lieu of $5,000 bail.

Also in the truck with Kotelman was a “small monkey,” according to police. The truck was seized and the monkey placed in the custody of one of Kotelman’s friends, police said.

Largo police Lt. Mike Loux said Kotelman has a “lengthy criminal history,” including multiple arrests for DUI and driving with a suspended license.