Posts tagged: stupid

Machete Kills (2013)

Machete Kills (2013)

Machete Kills (2013)

What the fu*k? No, really! I enjoyed the first movie, but this one is a piece of sh*t. I can find a couple of good jokes, like the gun that “turns the sh*t inside out” or even the penis gun shown above. Then, well, you have Lady GaGa, and seeing a guy turning into Lady GaGa can make you smile. Other than that, stupidity after stupidity. The story is dumb, characters are dumb, even the gore is dumb. And no, I will not watch the next one, that promises yet more dumbness. Even Jessica Alba disappears right in the beginning of the movie. Rated 3/10 @ imdb.

Bikini Spring Break (2012)

Bikini Spring Break

Bikini Spring Break

There isn’t any doubt about what kind of movie this is. It is the stupid kind. Supposedly it is a comedy, but with stupid jokes. Not that stupid like a Scary Movie, but stupid enough to make you tired of them. Also, I already found some pornographic movies with more interesting story than this one. But, hey, five girls flashing their boobs. Yep, that is the only reason I watched the full movie. To give you a better idea about what I mean, check next two screen shots. I ended up voting 4 in IMDB, for the tits.

Bikini Spring Break

Bikini Spring Break

 

Bikini Spring Break

Bikini Spring Break

Papers for Mac OS X is SHIT

papers-drawnI hate stupid software. I really hate it. Specially stupid software that doesn’t have a rollback mechanism for their faults.

Installed Papers demo version to try to manage papers. The application seems interesting and is not too expensive. I really thought on buying it. But now I do not intend to.

During first use, Papers asks if it should move the PDF files to its own library and rename them. That is the usual thing for iTunes and, why not, for papers. There, option chosen.

When using the application, I choose to import PDF files. The application opened a search window that says nothing more than if I want to use OAI indexing mechanisms or not. It doesn’t specify what kind of target it is expecting.

I choose a PDF file. I clicked on it. It was sitting on my desktop. Pressed “import”. Papers imported more than 500 PDF files that were sitting in sub-folders of the Desktop folder. Note, I did a click on a PDF file. Not in the directory. The windows did not say what it was expecting.

Now I have 500 pdf files to open, rename, and move.

Thanks for nothing.