Good afternoon Jabber Loggers and JCast listeners! The AudioVillains are back with episode 10 and this one is epic! This week we had a special guest host by the name of Eligio join us for what was going to be an hour of humor and debauchery but turned out to be a lot longer. It was definitely a good time and this episode is for the horror lover in you. We talk about my old house in Fennville that used to be a funeral home, and the crazy, creepy crap that occurred. We also menton urban legends such as La Llorona, the Melon Heads of West Michigan and Al Capone’s Yellow Motel. Get ready to poo yourself as we talk about what goes bump in the night! As always you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or simply click the black button on the left. Have a good one!
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By Ricardo — 7 years ago
Hello all, I have decided to delete my “Random Jabs” page and add “RMII Visions” (RM2V) in its place. I’m sure you have seen the headline above my Twitter feed that states, “Jabber Log is a branch of RMII Visions” but I don’t believe I have ever explained what it is. So without further ado, RMII Visions is the parent company (of sorts) name that Jabber Log falls under. I use the RM2V name when I design. I have tried to keep them some what separate but since I have had a lot of people view my blog, I have decided to use this as a way to get my design name out there to the public.
I have always been into art, music, and anything that involves electronics. In 1995 I was introduced to the Internet by way of AOL. I remember all the commercials that showed the wonders of being able to communicate with people around the world through chatrooms and email. It was something new and when it hit I think I was one of the first people in the small town of Fennville to have the Internet. A friend of mine and I were chatting with different people for hours. I remember people typing “LOL” over and over and I had no idea what it was. There was also “A/S/L” and that one was a little more obvious because people would respond with “18/f/FL” or something like that. It was very interesting to able to communicate like that around that time and it seems somewhat ancient now. I mean, we still chat with people online but the majority of people have smartphones and texting and video conferencing is bigger than simply chatting in a chatroom. AOL was my intro to the Internet and different web sites. We have come a long way since then and it’s great because back then I had to dial a Grand Rapids number which was long distance and our first phone bill after AOL hit the scene was about $400. You can imagine how much trouble I got into for that.
As time went on I got even more into it and Netscape Communicator was a browser that included an editor for the creation of web sites. It was rather simple and I was hooked. I was so hooked that my English teacher Mr. Klosner took notice and asked if I would help him in his very first web design class. It was pretty fun and I even got to work along side him during the summer to teach all of my teachers from elementary school. Since then I have been addicted to web & graphic design. As of now I currently have an Associates Degree in Web Development and I am working on a Bachelor’s in Graphic Design. After I graduate in March ’12, I will be jumping into a Master’s with a concentration in New Media Journalism. I have added a gallery with some of my design work from different classes and I am currently working on revamping the sites I have designed in the past. It’s time to stop holding back and get out there and design my heart out. I specialize in logos, banners, business cards, flyers, advertising, websites, etc. If you are in need of a good hard worker, don’t hesitate to contact me at email@example.com.Post Views: 242
By Ricardo — 6 years ago
Good morning and happy Jason Voorhees Day! It’s Friday the 13th and it’s a day that is considered to be bad luck among the superstitious. To go along with many historical facts that point to this day of bad luck we have the ever popular Jason Voorhees. If you don’t know who this fictional character is then you need to rent the movie…wait, rent? Are there still rental stores around? I think everything is either online or compacted into a Redbox or Blockbuster Express. Either way though you can jump on Google and enter “Friday the 13th” or “Jason Voorhees”. Google will spit out millions of responses and you will realize that this is a horror film.
So instead of going through all the history of Jason and Friday the 13th, as I have done in the past, we are going to take a look at his most famous scenes. I’m sure you know what I’m talking about but if you do not like horror films then do not go any further. The following video is not for children or the squeamish. Jason is most famous for stalking and ultimately killing his victims. He was a tortured and bullied child who eventually grew up to take revenge. So without further ado here is Jason Voorhess in 2 minutes!
(One quick note: I do not condone the act of senseless murder, this is only a movie and I am a fan of the horror genre only. Besides, if you have seen any of the Friday the 13th franchise you know that everything looks very fake. Cheers!)Post Views: 167
By Ricardo — 9 months ago
Ep 155 features Dee, a dispatcher out of the city of Rockport, Texas. In this episode Dee shares her 9-1-1 story as well as what it was like to work in dispatch during Hurricane Harvey. Rockport was ground zero for this hurricane and her story is an amazing one. From the city running out of resources to no cell service for weeks, Dee, along with her crew and those on the road worked hard. But what if you have to tell someone no to a request for help? In dispatch you don’t tell people no but in this situation…there is no other option.
This is a must listen. To Dee, her crew, those out on the road and the TERT team that came out to assist, thank you for what you do and thank you for sharing this story. As always, if you have any comments, questions or you would like to be a guest on the show send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- Dee’s 9-1-1 story
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