The Clueless Spectator here, reporting live from my living room. Here is a recap of the things that happened, discovered, uncovered, understood and was surpised from - by me - this week.
#1 Whats the worst that could happen if the UK votes to leave the EU?
Well, apparently many claim that a bigger issue is at hand and so much and so many things are afoot with #BREXIT. I'm not an expert on this subject, that is why I voted to go to a trusted site... *drumroll* Google.
Apparently, everyone wants in on the opinion of what are the worst things that could happen with this issue of Brits wanting to separate from the European Union. So I've gathered some articles which gave me an insight on this topic - I might a a short attention span, that is why these are a bit comical in a way:
#2 How about a boilerplate for a car commercial? The Mill has it covered.
Introducing "The Mill BLACKBIRD":
Until now, automotive content has often been dictated or hampered by car availability, model revisions, limited access to locations and footage that can quickly become irrelevant. In collaboration with JemFX, Performance Filmworks and Keslow, The Mill has created The Mill BLACKBIRD® which sets out to transform the way automotive advertising is made – it’s a car rig that can be shot at any time, in any location, without the need to rely on a physical car.
Yeah, its basically a template for superimposing car models. Which is ultimately awesome! :)
#3 Another spectacular marketing drive, yet a viciously disturbing outcome: Baron v. Kiko ends in a draw
It was amazing as this was being driven partially by social media, and yet both were willing to dish it out on the octagon.
It makes me think, that the possible solution to every problem will come out of something like this:
I dont know if we are doomed as a society or more lively than we could ever be like a pack of dogs.
**Match outcome on news here.
#4 Voltron Legendary Defender was off the hook!
As a regular cartoon nerd, you've seen my other posts regarding Voltron Legendary Defender. But to be frank, I only finished wathing the whole season recently. My opinion?
- the comic banter between the characters were hilarious
- the art style (reminiscent of Legend of Korra) was obviously breathtaking - considering some CGI objects on the screen make the episodes very very appealing
- episodes are not dragging to the extend of you would rather watch the following scene later
But in every masterpiece there are always flaws, and in this case: THE ENDING (of the season). There was not even a 3 second post-credit scene to tease whatever happened to the lions and anyone perhaps, who got sucked on the black vortex/wormhole thingamajig.
Anyways, this all boils down to my point: I AM SO LOOKING FORWARD TO THE NEXT SEASON! :)
And ladies and gentlemen, that concludes our: This Week Today by the Clueless Spectator! ~tor! ~tor!
*I'm actually planning to create a banner for that, like with megaphones and fireworks and such :D