Jul 30, 2014
Ex-NSA Chief Keith Alexander to Sell Anti-Spying Services

http://dailycaller.com/2014/07/29/this-is-why-ex-nsa-chief-keith-alexander-can-charge-1-million-a-month-for-cyber-security/

By Chongchen Saelee

BULL SHIT. Whenever a major weapon becomes obsolete, it gets commercialized. Microwave oven. The Internet. Cellphones. Laptops. Humvees. Etc.

So NSA got called out, as that was part of their plan. It was inevitable. Edward Snowden was their insider salesman. The idea was to act like they were curbing the spying, but either way, they win because it’s their technology. Now they’ll charge you to not spy on you. In essence, they already can spy on you, but now you pay them to slap themselves on the wrist. They win. You lose.

Of course, they don’t want to confirm they can read your minds. Wait until they commercialize that. What kinds of horrors will happen? Right now they’re using it to read “terrorists” sand niggers minds, Chinee commies, your gay thoughts of bathroom stall sex, who you want to murder, what you want to buy at Walmart and Amazon. It’s making them too much money to reveal to the public, so they’re throwing you a bone with this stupid phone data collecting stuff.

And I’m sure they can control the weather too.

These things ALWAYS start out with good intentions, claim to be for national security, of course, until they realize there isn’t really any need for it and people hate wars. So when their weapons become obsolete, then they exploit it and sell it to people who may be dumb enough to pay money for it.

And that, people, is what drives the assholes who claim to be protecting us. Standing ovation.

Jul 30, 2014
Interstellar Trailer 3 Promises Emotion

It looks good. As good as if I wrote it myself. Wink. Wink. CIA, you owe me one.

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Jul 29, 2014
Flowers! by Eastfist
Flowers! by Eastfist

Flowers! by Eastfist

Juxtapose and it becometh art.

Jul 29, 2014
Late Bloomer Flower Portrait
Late Bloomer by Eastfist

Late Bloomer by Eastfist

I don’t invest a lot of time practicing how to use my Nikon D3200, but when I do, I make the most of it.

Jul 29, 2014
My Official Review of the Official Trailer for 50 Shades of Grey

Jul 27, 2014
America’s First Asian Superhero The Green Turtle is Public Domain

http://digitalcomicmuseum.com/preview/index.php?did=22119&page=2

Check out the entire run of Chu F. Hing’s The Green Turtle in Blazing Comics, hosted at Digital Comic Museum under public domain. Yup, that means you can start creating your own adventures with this character much like Dracula and Sherlock Holmes (in America anyways) without having to worry about infringing on copyrights.

Hey, that gives me an idea. I will indeed take it an run a mile with it. Cyborg Green Turtle, here it comes!

Jul 27, 2014
Asian Superhero Green Turtle Redesigned By Saelee
New Green Turtle by Saelee

New Green Turtle by Saelee

Jul 26, 2014
Batman V Superman Dawn of Justice Teaser Trailer Concept Art

Batman V Superman Teaser Trailer Concept Art

Batman V Superman Teaser Trailer Concept Art

Jul 26, 2014
Official Wonder Woman Gal Gadot Costume Motion Poster

Jul 26, 2014
Need For Asian Superheroes

http://www.cnn.com/2014/07/26/opinion/yang-comics-superheroes/index.html?c=&page=0

By Chongchen Saelee

This article by Jeff Yang kinda gets it half-way. We don’t need Asian Superheroes for EVERYONE, just for those who consume superhero culture.

It turns out, America did have a superhero called The Green Turtle back in 1940s, but because of anti-Chinese stuff in the day, was never allowed to reveal his identity.

Unfortunately, it just seems like they’re digging through the dumpster to validate themselves here. The Green Turtle might as well be played by Dana Carvey in yellowface. It’s such an old characterization. No modern Asian American can relate to it. As a piece of history, maybe it’s worth noting, but it definitely isn’t relevant anymore.

My own Asian superhero, Agent S, which debut in my alma mater student newspaper UW-Green Bay The Fourth Estate, is set in the present. I combined all the popular American superheroes to date into the archetype. And I also infused it with highly political charged imagery to leave the door open for interpretation and growth. And I’d also set my character in the real world, where Superman, Batman, and James Bond are indeed fictional, and wannabes are lunging off rooftops thinking those characters are real. That’s how I would do my hero justice.

In summary, only those who feel they need Asian superheroes should get them. And if no one gives them that validation, do what I did, come up with your own. That’s the only way they can truly be bulletproof.