That Terminator Is out There

That Terminator is out there

Listen people, listen folks
Terminator was a hoax:
Future robot with a gun –
his accent? Oh, it’s Austrian.

Terminator’s Austrian?
Meet one who’s Italian:
“It’s-a me, it’s Mario.
I just want to kill things, bro.

Koopa Troopas, Goombas – ding –
Mario kills everything!
Terminate them, no remorse,
using deadly brutal force.

Saving Peach? Shit I don’t care.
I just want to kill, I swear!
(And for that I’ve got a knack).
Ciao Amigo, I’ll-a be back.”


Here’s the original – Kyle Reese giving Sarah Connor his “That Terminator is out there” speech:


More video-game comics? Here’s one about Angry birds (they’re still a thing, right?)


More killer stuff on Instagram and Twitter.

You’ll-a be back.

Things You Need to Do Before Playing an EA Game

The game I installed was (you probably guessed it) Battlefield 4. Honestly, I would have suffered the toils of this installation quietly, but the straw that broke my back was the plug-in installation requirement. EA basically took existing functionality out of their game’s client (it was there in BF2) and moved it to a web browser. Forcing users to install a plug-in on their web browser for the sake of running a video game is as sensible as forcing people to carry a trashcan whenever they leave the house, on the off chance that they might need to dispose of a candy wrapper. Browsers, as their name implies, are there for the purpose of browsing the web, and each plug-in harms that purpose by slowing down your browsing speed (not to mention they pose potential privacy and security risks).

EA, care to reconsider your approach?