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Miyazaki Mondays: Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind
Posted on 03.19.12 by evrwrldBB @ 4:04 am
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Hayao Miyazaki

Hayao Miyazaki is a genius. I think we can all agree on that. If you want to talk about an auteur who builds fantastic worlds the likes of which you've never seen, he's the only name worth mentioning. He takes the art of animation to a degree that before or since has only been scratched. We all love Pixar, don't get me wrong, but the Pixar canon is the work of many different directors and writers all collaborating to make the best possible film. When you watch a Pixar film, you're watching a product of dedication, creativity and exacting detail work. Miyazaki brings all that to the table, but makes it feel as effortless as breathing. It's the difference between a bridge and a painting: both are marvelous but it's comparing engineering to inspiration. The experience is like this: you come in to Miyazaki's home and he shows you the most amazing thing you've ever seen, and when you mention it to him he just shrugs and says, "Eh, threw it together over the weekend."

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NostalgiAwesome #5: 6 Great Villains of Yesteryear Worth Remembering
Posted on 10.10.10 by evrwrldBB @ 8:23 am
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Bring on the Bad Guys

Here at Needcoffee labs we're busy rebuilding from our recent attack by Drs. Doom, Octopus, Destiny, and Light who formed a new super villain team, Evil M.D., to punish us for stiffing them on office fees.

As part of the settlement, we're taking it upon ourselves to honor some hard working Nostalgic villains, long forgotten in the five dollar bin. And we thought while we're at it, we'd make sure you smart people out there get to forging some little villains of your own. Let's not forget idiots are reproducing faster than you. And 1992's Mom and Dad Save the World may have been a stupid movie, but it showed what a planet of idiots was like. (Check it out and others after the jump.)
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NostalgiAwesome #4: Books! (With Videos!!)
Posted on 11.08.09 by evrwrldBB @ 5:25 am

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Needcoffee labs, hunting down every last scrap of evidence to our theory that every day you smart people don't breed the world is going to hell in a handbasket have unearthed this little nugget from the Family Feud, our own personal Inquisition for such matters:

Direct link for the feedreaders.

Remember, this is the Family Feud so these people undoubtedly reproduced--and did so enough that they could get five of them together on a game show...so, you know, good luck evolution, good luck.

Anyway, one of the things you can do to make your future spawn smarter and way cooler is to give them awesome books to read. And you remember books right? They're those things you put on your Kindle when you're not using the Wikipedia access. And they've even got these nifty ones that don't require a download and work with NO POWER. EVER. Here are a few of the more awesome ones from your childhood, and some nifty videos you can use to entice the younguns.
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NostalgiAWESOME: Halloween Special
Posted on 10.31.09 by evrwrldBB @ 9:48 am
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WARNING: The following video may disturb you.

Direct link for the feedreaders.

Kel Mitchell has two children. Count 'em: TWO. Those of you that have less, evolution sees Kel as more fit than you. We at Needcoffee labs have been sounding the warning for the past few months and have recently sent our Amazon and YouTube miners out to bring back for you all things past and purchasable to take the edge off the crippling fear of bringing forth spawn.
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NostalgiAwesome! #2: Movies (the not definitive at all edition)
Posted on 08.10.09 by evrwrldBB @ 4:33 am
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Last Unicorn

Needcoffee labs, hot on the trail of more powerful and purchasable products from your past ready for those of the pre-adult persuasion brings you this week's smattering of feature films designed to enlighten and expand young horizons and hopefully save the world from looking like this in a couple hundred years:

Direct link for the feedreaders.

Horrifying isn't it? Remember the guy from your high school that sold you your Big Gulp last night? He may have seven children at this point, and thus evolution is deeming him more fit than you. Keep that in mind. Anyway, this week, to make your kids cooler we've tried to include a smattering of movies that enlighten, entertain and inspire, so let's start shall we?

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NostalgiAwesome! #1: TV on DVD
Posted on 07.23.09 by evrwrldBB @ 11:37 pm
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Lawn Darts

evrwrldBB has been with us for some time now, patiently lying in wait to spring. Now, he has sprungified. Please welcome him with something I hope will be an ongoing series of bits: NostalgiAwesome! Which he calls... Products from your childhood, for all mankind. Give him a warm, espresso-heated welcome, would you?

Here at Needcoffee, we try to prevent the world from spiraling to uncertain doom on many fronts, and one front that is currently not being addressed is children. The children are our future as they say, and an apocalypse is looming out beyond the horizon which threatens the future of life on planet Earth as we know it.

Namely, smart people aren't having babies.

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