Nightmare On Elm Street Original V.S. Remake


The original made back in 1984 starring Robert Englund as Freddy Kruger has been a classic in the horror genre for years.  His grotesque humor and classic one liners made for classic Freddy.  I admit I’m partial to the classics as far as horror goes.  The gore and rawness of the make up and effect of the 80s really tends to not be recognized anymore as homemade effects are being replaced by computer animation and digital effects.

I’m not saying I have anything against these either I loved Finding Nemo….. Now you take the remake Freddy isn’t funny anymore but he is actually in some ways frightening which I guess is the idea for the horror genre and maybe I’m just a little twisted because for me horror is usually predicable, and funny, and let’s face it the bloodier the better ….Probably why I like Troma films…. But back to the topic at hand. Which one is better that is the question of the hour? Wes Craven’s original or the remake directed by Samuel Bayer?  Tell me why you think its better or why which one is worse.

Call of Duty Ghosts K7 Sub Machine Gun Weapon Review & Statics



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In this blog, I will give you my review for the K7 and what some of my main class setups are for this weapon.

Review: This is a in your face SMG. I only use for up close engagements. The K7 is a great weapon for free for all, since it has an intergraded silencer.

Pros and cons of the K7


-Great stealthy SMG

-Great at close quarters


-Low damage at further ranges

-Low Range

Here are the stats. But this weapon has had some buffs. So the stats I will just have to do my best.


Bullets to kill Core 3-7

Bullets to kill hardcore 1-2

Start Damage-34

End Damage- 15

Damage Start Drop off- 16.51 Meters

Damage End Drop off- 30.1625 Meters

Reload (Empty Mag) 3.2 Seconds

Reload (Bullets in Magazine) – 2.5 Seconds

Reload Cancel- 1.8 Seconds

Head Shot multiplier 1.5 (One less bullet…

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Now all Chrome users can say “OK Google” for a voice search on their computer



If you see someone near you talking to their computer, don’t be surprised. The latest version of Google’s Chrome browser now supports voice search through the “OK Google” keyword. The feature first arrived in beta back in February and is now available on the generally available version of Chrome.


To use the hands-free voice search you’ll need the most recent version of Chrome and be on either a new blank browser tab or on the page itself. Then, simply say “OK Google” and speak your search command. You can also use the feature to set reminders or set a timer, which ties in Google Now; the company’s contextual digital assistant service used on Android phones, Google Glass and, starting next month, Android Wear smartwatches.

The hands-free feature is optional; you have to enable it. So if you’re not too keen on Google hearing your spoken word, you’ll want…

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