The Walking Dead – One Big Traitor

I’m a one fan of The Walking Dead and the new episode released on Sunday night was very disappointing because Sunday is a busy day for me.  I’ll have to watch this movie series on Tuesday since that is the day I have a big free. The bad thing is I always hear spoilers around from Sundays to Mondays. I even avoid using social media in order not to encounter certain posts and spoilers. In my work station, I also hear my co-workers talking about the latest episode of season 8 and it really bothers me a lot for giving me a hint on what’s happening.  My 100 percent excitement becomes 60 percent because of spoilers and I hate to admit the fact that I’m too late to watch the show.

When the walking dead season 8 new episode aired, my first impression is great. I’m a bit surprise and I can’t even blink my eyes for focusing too much on the man I hate the most in the series, Eugene. He is the worst character in The Walking Dead series and the very awful one. He’s a kind of character that fans wish to eliminate for being a loathsome character.  Negan isthe most merciful character but  deadly when provoked.

As expected, in a group there is always a traitor. No matter what you do to keep them safe there is someone that never likes your leadership. Eugene really hits the nerve in my ears and I don’t appreciate the role that he takes in this latest episode. They said that one of the best charactera is Eugene in every season, but now he’s making lots of fans sick of him.

He even initially talked to Dwight regarding the mole and Dwight pushed Eugene to aid Rick’s rescue mission. At some point, Eugene really feels betrayed that they take a mission and they know it’s suicide. I believe that Negan is suspicious because he’s hiding something that they didn’t know. Every effort that they take will just cease and desist upon looking for survivors.

The good part in the latest season and the best portion that I watch is in the place on the roof tops where Eugene strapped some phone making noise to be followed or lure the dead walking people. In an instant Dwight stops him but he doesn’t shoot Eugene but shoot the plane. I don’t know what’s his  reason and I think he is the traitor.

If you want to watch the Walking Dead Season 8 Streaming online find it in major search engine or perhaps try to subscribe to premium provider where you will have to pay per month or yearly beside its not that expensive, its very affordable plus you are helping the production and the people behind it working to make the movie possible to watch both in TV and online

Best Waste Management

Since there are plenty of things that are accumulated in our homes, ideal waste disposal should be one of the priority to make our environment clean. Learning an ideal ways to deal the issue would help a lot in maintaining a clean environment.

They say prevention is better than cure, nonetheless from time to time waste products are coming in from plastics, rubber, steel, and technological scraps. The government will have to embrace recycling, but this may not be the best solution to eradicate wastes in our community. Today still recycling is one of the methods which may not be perfect but still have done a great help for our community and homes. As a citizen your best contribution is to separate the wastes properly and should dispose products properly. This idea needs discipline and commitment for the sake of clean environment and waste management.

The most ideal method is composting, yet most neglected method by all people especially in the developing countries. The truth is people all over the world has been lazy and don’t care anymore about composting but the best and effective way is this. This idea is very simple, yet we don’t give value this kind of method and so we pollute our nature. Composting is ideal for those who want to make waste products very useful aside from recycling. Composting along with trommel fines is very wonderful integration when dealing with the issue of waste management. With composting this will help people use organic fertilizer and won’t have no pollute the soil. Composting is a great help to make an environment uses its own waste and make soil very potent for planting.

Reuse

Reuse is like recycling but not the process all the way. Reuse is simply using the same products like bottles, cups and other materials which can be recycled but in order to avoid any damage to the atmosphere due to exhaust of smokes from plants and factories. Reuse is very ideal, if you are nature lover and don’t want to go through any recycling process. Reusable materials can be use to make a pot for your plants, or make any art out of any soda cans, use plastics container which can be use for planting flowers, potatoes, other ornaments outside your home. Reuse is among the effective means of using the waste materials in a long time.

There are many methods in dealing waste materials, but those methods will have any side effects to our environment even if it helps to manage our waste products. So for the best method of dealing waste products you should choose ways that cannot bring further damage to the environment but it will as well give you benefits in your homes and for the community.

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FireStorm Dual Power Gamepad Review

It’s not perfect, but Thrustmaster’s latest force feedback gamepad provides PCs with what the consoles have had for years.

With the vacuum left by Microsoft after it recently pulled its original SideWinder Gamepad off of the market, more companies than ever are attempting to fill its staggeringly large shoes — including Microsoft itself, but that’s a story best left for another review. Thrustmaster’s latest foray into the Batterang-style gamepad is the Firestorm Dual Power, and while it feels amazingly good to hold, it ends up missing the mark in a couple of areas that keep it from true greatness.

When you first take the controller out of it’s flashy, attractive box, you’ll soon notice that the unit itself looks a lot like a concept model instead of a finished product. None of the buttons are labeled in any way, and the only text on the pad at all is the “Thrustmaster” logo splayed across the top. While none of this detracts a lot from the overall appeal of the Dual Power, having labeled buttons sure would have come in handy — especially since there are so many darn buttons to deal with.

Along with the pad’s “rushed” looking appearance, the software, too, seems a little under baked. While it works just as well as any other decent programming software out there, its manual and help menus are rather poorly written and the GUI (Graphical User Interface) that the program uses is also lacking polish. Stick with the software for about five minutes and you’ll get the hang of it, just be aware of the small learning curve.

Other than the one minor aesthetic complaint and the bland programming software, there are very few gamepads that are as comfortable to hold and play games with as the Dual Power. There are four easy-to-reach primary buttons on the face of the unit (along with one extra button in-between the two analog sticks), four trigger buttons up top, two more trigger buttons on the backside of the pad where your middle fingers rest comfortably, and each of the two analog sticks can be depressed a la PlayStation Dual Shock to round out the pad’s 13 programmable buttons for Fifa 17. A 14th button allows you to switch between analog and digital control schemes on the fly.

Did we mention that this pad is rumblishous? Well, it is. It sports dual motors on opposite sides of the pad, which not only even out force effects, but also strengthen them. If the forces are too strong for you, simply crank them down a notch using the included software. We tested the pad with many racing and arcade type games, and found the rumbling to be quite satisfying without being so strong as to disrupt your ability to play any of them.

Thrustmaster may not have succeeded at creating the gamepad to end all gamepads with the Dual Power, but it’s definitely headed in the right direction.

Michael Wolf shares his Japanese Experience

No matter what console system you prefer, no matter what kind of game you like best, all console gamers have to face one final, irrevocable fact: Many of the greatest games will always come out in Japan before they arrive in America. I’m not saying that to belittle our beloved American and European developers — it’s just the simple fact that Sony, Sega, and Nintendo, the three biggest players in the console market, are all Japanese companies. The Dreamcast was released in Japan way back in March. Pokemon has been a Japanese fad for almost three years now (we’ve only dealt with the cute little varmints for about nine months). And the PlayStation2 will likely see a release in Japan several months before we get our grubby little hands on it. From software to hardware, the Japanese market simply has more, well, stuff than we do. And that’s a travesty.

It’s always bothered me. The thought of waiting almost another year for Pokemon Gold and Silver while little Japanese boys and girls have already been playing the game since the beginning of this month is enough to drive me to distraction. There are even whole games that have been released in Japan that we’ve never seen — their Pokemon Stadium 2 is our first Pokemon Stadium. And, contrary to what it may sound like, my concern doesn’t just rest with Pokemon — all of the Final Fantasy games were released in Japan months before seeing our US shores. And how am I supposed to raise the Disney Magic Kingdoms gems if I can’t understand their needs, their desires, their hopes and dreams? It’s a travesty that I just can’t stand for anymore, and I’m going to do something about it.

I recently acquired a copy of Transparent Language’s Power Japanese, a world-renowned Japanese learning software program that supposedly does a fantastic job of building a foundation of basic understanding of Japanese. Supposedly, according their web site, “Power Japanese enables you to speak, read, and write Japanese in as little as ten weeks.”

Well, I’m going to test that supposition, and I’m going to let you know how it goes. If all progresses smoothly, I’ll be able to have a very limited, yet basic understanding of Japanese in two and half months. With my newfound knowledge, not only will I be able to impress the local Japanese population of San Francisco (a 6’4″ white guy speaking Japanese is pretty rare), but I’ll also have the ability to find out even more information on what’s up and coming from Nintendo. By no means do I expect to be the premier Japanese correspondent for DailyRadar (we have someone in Japan to do that for us), but it’d be nice to be able to see what the heck Nintendo of Japan’s web site says. (A little tip — if you want to be able to see the site at all without garbage characters, download the Japanese language support files from Microsoft’s Windows Update site. The job is much easier if you have Internet Explorer 5.)

In the coming weeks, I’ll periodically post updates on my attempts at understanding what many believe to be the hardest language to learn (aside from that there Cajun-talk). In the meantime, anyone who’s learned Japanese is free to send tips and suggestions. I was barely able to get through French classes in high school and college — something tells me I’m going to have some problems with this one. Wish me luck!Well, I’m going to test that supposition, and I’m going to let you know how it goes. If all progresses smoothly, I’ll be able to have a very limited, yet basic understanding of Japanese in two and half months. With my newfound knowledge, not only will I be able to impress the local Japanese population of San Francisco (a 6’4″ white guy speaking Japanese is pretty rare), but I’ll also have the ability to find out even more information on what’s up and coming from Nintendo. By no means do I expect to be the premier Japanese correspondent for DailyRadar (we have someone in Japan to do that for us), but it’d be nice to be able to see what the heck Nintendo of Japan’s web site says. (A little tip — if you want to be able to see the site at all without garbage characters, download the Japanese language support files from Microsoft’s Windows Update site. The job is much easier if you have Internet Explorer 5.)

In the coming weeks, I’ll periodically post updates on my attempts at understanding what many believe to be the hardest language to learn (aside from that there Cajun-talk). In the meantime, anyone who’s learned Japanese is free to send tips and suggestions. I was barely able to get through French classes in high school and college — something tells me I’m going to have some problems with this one. Wish me luck!