I watched this video, and another from you too. I couldn't agree more mister! Two days ago I was playing a tournament, when I was dealt pocket aces. I went all in, and two guys called. They had A-9, and A-10. Neddless to say, the person with A-9 won the pot, after hittin' two damn nines. And that's just one example. The amount of unbelievable hands I've seen like this is HUGE... I will check all your other videos the next days, they make a lot of sense, and you're really funny. Take care!
One of the best audience recordings I've heard of the original band. Great work. Thanks for sharing.
Today's Nascar driver's moms wouldn't let their sons race these cars. This wasn't kid stuff. These were the glory days, the real deal. Big blocks baby. Thanks for sharing!
The glory days of Nascar! I can't thank you enough for this amazing video. What a pleasure to see Bobby Isaac at Greenville Pickens. That's my all-time favorite team, the K&K Insurance Dodge, with legend Harry Hyde. And Isaac, a great driver, a great champion. Thank you very much again, for showing us how good it was back then.
Shadow of the Colossus should be completely remastered for ps3. Or do it all over again for ps3 graphics. And in the future, if a ps4 comes out to the market, they should do it all over again... And if a ps5 comes out, again... and again, and again.
This game always had something interesting to me, but I quit many times after The Traitor level. I thought I'd never pass it... But I decided to finish it (with your help), and this morning was the day! Not missing any health pack was very important... Thank you very much for your videos. You did a nice job...
Can't compare the glory days of the 500 c.c. racing with today's bikes. Eddie Lawson, Freddie Spencer, Kevin Schwantz, Wayne Rainey, they used to race real bikes. The same with the australians, Barry Sheene, Wayne Gardner, Mike Doohan...
It's like trying to compare Alonzo or Hamilton with Ayrton Senna days in F1. Even Nascar changed.
But duels like Lawson vs. Gardner, no sir, you'll never see again.
I'd love to see these kids racing the wild 1989 Pepsi Suzuki RGV 500 of Schwantz, for example.