Day: February 18, 2013

My latest addiction…

in gaming has been Star Wars: The Old Republic, or SWTOR for short.  Picked it up right after I built my PC, since it’s been changed to Free To Play.  We’ll I’ve played it for about a week, then ended up paying for a subscription.  It’s been about a month, I have since created 5 total characters, and I have been playing every chance I get.  This is my first MMO game experience, and I have to say, I have been missing out.  I know the defacto standard is World Of Warcraft, but I just never really was into that franchise.  I want to get into Guild Wars 2 also, but maybe after my addiction to SWTOR dies down a bit.

If anyone is on the Ebon Hawk Server look me up, my Jedi is Vamentha (pictured below), and my Bounty Hunter is Gerta’k

My SWTOR Jedi Knigh

My SWTOR Jedi Knight

 

My Bounty Hunter Gerta'k

My Bounty Hunter Gerta’k

 

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Pop Culture’s Coolest Cars

Saw this list on Top Gear’s FB page.

http://www.bbcamerica.com/top-gear/photos/popular-cars/#8708

One of my favorite all time pop culture vehicles was The DeLorean Time Machine from Back to the Future, It was a great mix of fantasy and reality.

Powered by a Flux Capacitor, this can take you back in time

(Image Credit – http://bttftimemachine.com/delorean-time-machine-daytime-drivers-side-rear/)

Another favorite, at least when I was a child, was Tim Burton‘s Batman Batmobile.  At the time, I thought it was the coolest rendition, befitting the caped crusader.  I think to this day it still stand’s up, compared to the Joel Shumacher Batmobile’s, and even the Tumbler from Crhistopher Nolan’s series.

Batmobile - Tim Burton's Batman

(Image Credit – http://designstorey.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/batmobile.jpg)

I ask our followers/readers, what’s your favorite pop culture vehicle?

The Batmobile of Batman & Robin.

The Batmobile of Batman & Robin. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)