Wednesday, August 6, 2014

1.08 Bigfoot, aliens, ghosts, are all real! (or not)

Welcome to the Doom Digest, where we talk about stuff that piss us off or impress us from personal or public topics.

"Recently scientists went searching in a forest somewhere in Oregon, and what they found was something they had never seen. They saw a footprint carved into the dirt of the floor path, and they knew, from the abnormally large size of this footprint, that this was from the long lost beast named 'Bigfoot'. They took it into a lab and then they went back into the forest and stayed overnight. What they discovered next was incredible. They heard a loud, long and deep yell come from the distant of the forest, and  they knew Bigfoot was out there. But, when they tried to track him down, he could not be located. Bigfoot is still unknown to this day, but scientists are still trying..."

Yeah, no. Absolutely not. Can you actually believe this shit? I didn't get this from an article, I just made it up for fun, but this is the kind of stuff people say because they say they saw Bigfoot or something. It's ridiculous. I think it is the most stupid thing ever. If you tell someone "Bigfoot isn't real, get over it!" they may call you 'close-minded' and that you don't believe in anything. Well, people, it is called being smart and being part of reality.

Think about this; Bigfoot has been told to have existed since, well, a while now, and he is a loud, tall species of man which is covered in hair from head to toe and walks among forests and watches it's visitors. Well, we have looked around a lot of forests, and we have even cut down forests, and by now, we would have found this so called Bigfoot. The only clues we have ever found is either a footprint or his voice screaming in the distance. Name one other thing that is a clue to Bigfoot, just one.

No other evidence.

By now we would have found him. And that show 'Finding Bigfoot' is total crap as well. Every episode is the same, they never find anything different. All they find is voices, maybe some prints, or some hair they found on the ground. I mean, it's just hair from some guy, maybe dog hair when a guy was taking his dog on a walk, I mean, Bigfoot of all things come to mind? Oh, grow up already. He's not real. If anything, if Bigfoot or Sasquatches once existed, they are extinct or something. My guess, it's just some stupid myth a random guy came up with to get famous.

Now, aliens. Those also do not exist, but actually, it depends on what we mean by 'aliens'. Obviously the big headed green creatures that we see in movies do not exist, but something might just exist that isn't the big headed freakazoid. Flying saucers are not real, I mean, the internet has found way too many U.F.O's for them to be real. Does anybody remember the picture, the first U.F.O sighting? That might just be real, who knows. But why are there so many afterwards? That guy got famous for the sighting, and everyone else made props to get famous as well. But it really makes them look like idiots who are desperate for attention and have something wrong in their brain or something and wear those cat t-shirts. Anywho, yeah. Most of these sightings have to be fake, but the thought of aliens are a definite possibility. There has to have been one time where creatures from distant planets/universes have come to visit Earth to study it's life and technology, but only once, many twice, but that is just it. There has got to be only three, or two real sightings, but the rest are fake.

Now how about that Chupacabra? People think this little thing is real, and I gotta say, it is a huge possibility it is a real creature. It's told to eat cows and goats and stuff in Mexico or something like that, and it's small, fast, and blood thirsty. This could be a real thing, because cows are getting eating by stuff all the time, and this Chupacabra is small and fast, so it'd be hard to get a picture of it. This makes me think there has to be only two or three real sighting pictures out there, for people who got lucky. The Chupacabra is just one of those things that could be real.

Next, is something that people call The Rake. This creature is supposed to be a human-like creature that stalks people and eventually goes over to kill them. But it waits for a possibility of months until it wishes to eat upon one's flesh. Now, people think this is a CreepyPasta (creepy pasta; a story about creepy topics, such as the Slenderman or Jeff the Killer) but it just could be real. I mean, there are all kidns of human-like creatures, I think. :\ The Rake could just be one of them. Think about it, a blood thirsty human-like person, it can't be an alien... It must be some kind of thing that happens to a human, a disease, I dunno. I just think this kind of thing could be possible, that certain kinds of people can be like this, a kind of unknown disease that makes you become a carnivore and you stalk people and forget all about civilization. The story is clearly fake, but the possibility of a real creature that resembles the stories, could be something real. You never know.

The only thing I can believe in is ghosts. I do not believe in evil ghosts that haunt you and want to scare you, I only believe in spirits, who are trying to speak to the living and give them a sign that they are still there, on Earth, watching. I believe in people who die and somehow, you can roam over others in a whole new perspective, and with enough focus or effort, you could make something move, like a vase, or bring your voice back and call to the living. That kind of stuff is a definite, it can be real. But, the show Ghost Hunters, I don't believe most of it. I love watching it, because it's cool and some of the stuff is creepy, but since there are so many seasons and episodes, and they seem to capture so much, that I cannot believe. But, however, you never know.

What do you think? Do you believe in ghosts? Want to prove me wrong and show me that Bigfoot, aliens, etc. really exist? Tell me in the comments below.

This was the Doom Digest, making sense.

Sunday, August 3, 2014

1.07 Adventure Time and Gravity Falls got SERIOUS.

Welcome to the Doom Digest, where we talk about things that piss us off or impress us from public or personal topics.

If you don't know what Adventure Time is, then you must live in a deep dark cave and have no friends. Adventure Time is about a thirteen year old named Finn and his magic dog Jake as they go on crazy adventures and save the day from evil in the land of Ooo. As one of Cartoon Network's biggest success', Adventure Time is a title almost everyone knows and cannot forget.

We also know the show Gravity Falls (read 1.01 to learn more about Gravity Falls) and how that show is also a huge success, one of Disney Channel's biggest achievements to date. The first season was fantastic and is a show not only for kids, but for adults. Basically anybody who loves family and friendship, big forests and the state of Oregon, and a whole bunch of mystery. This is my favorite show, of all time.

But, both shows have changed recently. I am about to explain these changes, and how they got so serious, because they changed, and I'm about to talk about it.

First, Gravity Falls. The show was already pretty serious in the first place, but when they ended their first season, they had a major cliffhanger, secrets were revealed, and we all knew that season two was going to be more serious than we thought it would ever be. And we were right! Season two was just released on August 1st and the first episode involved secret societies, and FBI. It was a huge shock to see how much plot awaits us this season, for the first season was about different, random adventures, but now, each episode is going to have a cliffhanger, as the gang collects clues to their main answers. This will be awesome. But, it won't be the same.


The main thing I wanna discuss is Adventure Time. They are currently in their sixth season, and it was been around for quite some time. But, around after they ended their first season, and the second had arrived, things had started to change- drastically. It was originally about cute little adventures that kids were to enjoy, but now, Fiin is getting girlfriends made of fire, remembering his forgotten past, going into global nuclear wars, and once we saw these life changing episodes, we knew Finn was not just going on random adventures anymore- he was going on his own personal adventure. There was recently an episode where Finn learned about his father's hidden location in a whole different universe. When Finn went to find his father, his father (so-called father) tried to leave him behind and did whatever he could to get away from him. When Finn was so desperate to be with him, he (first of all, recently got an upgrade of weaponry when he got a badass grass sword that he can retract off his wrist whenever he wants) grabbed used this strange power to (the place is full of veins and a the end of one is a portal back to Ooo, it was cut in half) and Finn is trying to put it back together. But, instead, he fails, and his arm snaps right off.

...What the fuck just happened?

Inside those veins are healing gooey liquids, and when some liquid touched vins stump arm, a flower grew right out of it. There is even more wtf right there, just in case we didn't have enough. A few more episodes later, he only had one arm, and if I remember, lost his sword, and then this episode, it was about Finn being depressed because everything he once knew changed and he just slumps around. When a lady bee see's Finn's flower dying, she helps Finn try to cheer the flower up in whatever way he can be happy. Finn thinks if he kisses some girls, the flower will bloom back to life. So, he starts doing deeds for most of Ooo's princess' and get's smooches. Well, that proves Finn is thirteen for sure. But, later, the flower still doesn't bloom, and he falls asleep, and Lumpy Space Princess comes along and tells Finn that she knows of his dirty deed and it's her turn to be part of it. When Finn kisses her, she says she wanted more and wanted to go into the 'deep end'. When Finn says he doesn't know of to swim, she says she's on 'lifeguard duty', blacks out, and then the two wake up beside each other.

...Okay...Yeah...Whatever...Fine...Jeez...It's just...I don't... What the... I can't...

So, yeah, what the fuck, again. It just keeps piling up. Around the end of the episode, Finn get's cheered up, and the flower blooms into a tree, until he pulls the bark off of his stump, and underneath was tree sap. Once he wipes it off, it reveals he grew his arm back.

But, I think I know where all this what the fuckery began. It began back in an episode involving a dark lord named 'The Lich'. When 'something' happens, a war begins and everything starts to get corrupted. When Finn goes to fight the lich, he is hypnotized, and the Lich starts to make him walk towards a pit of boiling toxic acid, where he would surely die. When Finn fights the illusion, he kills the Lich and free's Ooo from the apocalypse. But, when the Ice King comes in to see Finn and Jake, he is holding Princess Bubblegum, but continues to complain about how he didn't help at all. When he accidentally let's go of the princess, she lands in the pit of acid, and melts to death and he acts like he doesn't care, yet everyone else is damnly shocked.

Thus in the second part, she try to bring her back from the dead and bring her pieces into one, they don't have enough, and can only make a thirteen year old version of her. One thing leads to another, she ages back to an adult from some kissing magic and things go back to normal. I don't wanna explain the whole thing.

So, the whole series got super serious, and is no longer a cute show for kids. In fact, it's inappropriate and I'd say it might be more succesful elsewhere, somehow. Like Regular Show, that show belongs on Adult Swim.

This was the Doom Digest, making sense.