Thursday, February 8, 2007

WTF...New Black Xbox 360?

Could this be the Xbox Coolbreeze has been holding out for? This source is not confirmed but you gotta admit the new black color looks sweet. And just like we've talked about before it is rumored to have a 120 gig hard drive, black controllers and HDMI connections and cost around $580.
OK guys I say we all pitch in and buy a strink-wrap machine so we can take back our pale outdated 360's...who's in?


Raider X said...

This looks bitchin! I want one!

Army Strong said...

The rumored price is in Australian dollars. Apparently this is MS' attempt to foil the launching of the PS3 down under. Things are generally more expensive there. Funny thing about this HDMI box, the rumors just won't die nor will MS categorically deny.

CoolBreezz3 said...

I saw a rumor price of over $700 in Australia. $580 would be about right for US $$$ to compete with the PS3. Does it have built in HDDVD? That would be ideal to deliver the knock out punch to PS3 and have the same features at a cheaper price. Does the PS3 come with a hard drive?

Army Strong said...

Yes, either a 20 or 60 GB.

Army Strong said...

As of today, this still hast yet to be debunked. Glimmer of hope?

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Count said...

1 medium or large onion
Cooking oil, extra virgin olive oil preferred
3 cups water,
3/4 teaspoon salt
6 medium red tomatoes, diced (roughly 4 cups diced)
1/2 to 3/4 cup sliced Brazil Nuts, measured after shelling and slicing

Preparation (30 minutes)
Peel and dice onion; saut� in oil until partially brown and tender. In medium-sized saucepan, combine water, saut�ed onion, and salt. Bring to a boil, reduce heat, then add tomatoes and Brazil Nut slices. Cook for another 5-10 minutes, until tomato is desired consistency.

Mad Dog in OC said...


MARSALA, 1/3 cup
LADYFINGERS, (or savoiardi) 1 package
COCOA POWDER, 2 tsp to dust

Place the Frûche, ricotta, egg and sugar in a medium mixing bowl.
Use electric mixer to whisk for 1 minute or until sugar dissolves. Set aside.
Combine the water and coffee, then marsala, in a jug. Pour half into a bowl.
Dip one sponge finger at a time into the bowl of coffee mixture, then place in a single layer to cover base of an 8-cup serving dish.
Brush any coffee mixture remaining in the bowl over layer of sponge fingers. Refill bowl with remaining coffee mixture.
Spread 1/2 the Frûche mixture evenly over the layer of sponge fingers.
Repeat to make one more layer with the remaining sponge fingers and coffee mixture.
Top off with remaining Frûche mixture.
Smooth the surface with the back of a large metal spoon.
Dust evenly with the cocoa powder.
Cover and place in fridge for at least 4 hours (Overnight is best for the flavors to develop. It tastes even better after 2 days.)

New Boy X said...

A great way to make some great Easter eggs.

Nothing combines Jesus and gaming better!

Check back soon for my exclusive Halo 3 egg!

Egg Artistry

Beautiful Easter eggs can be created by egg artists of all ages and skill levels using supplies found at your local craft store: glue guns, ribbon, sequins, beads, glitter and special coloring gels. See our "Egg Gallery" below for inspiration and how-tos.

Disco Egg

To make a Disco Egg, use a blown egg that's been colored and allowed to dry. Paint egg with liquid glue thinned with an equal amount of water. Roll in super-fine glitter. Set aside to dry. String a needle with embroidery thread, metallic thread, or fishing line. Knot a colorful glass or metallic bead at one end of the thread; pierce bottom of egg with needle and pull out through the top. Dab glue on bottom end to secure bead. Repeat at the top hole of the egg, creating a loop for hanging.

Chick Egg

Broken eggshell? Don't throw it away: dye the entire shell. With a hot glue gun, affix fuzzy chick figurine inside.

Word Egg

Die-cut stickers come in many different word themes. Mix and match words and themes to cover a plain egg.

Space Egg

Wipe egg with vegetable oil and dye in two colors (see marbleized egg instructions under "Special Effects" in our Dyeing Easter Eggs article). Dry egg and brush with gold luster dust. Adorn with stars and space décor novelties.

* Dyeing Easter Eggs

Bedazzled Egg

Beads aren't just for clothes anymore! Dye egg in a bright color; glue faceted bedazzle beads in rows on half of the egg.

Bumpy Egg

Using a hot glue gun, place glue dots all over egg. Let dry, then dye.

Flower Vase Egg

Use a blown egg; dye desired shade. Gently expand opening at the top of the egg; glue a small flat rock to the bottom as a base. Hide glue seam with ribbon or beaded chain. Use hot glue to affix silk flower into eggshell--flower should just peeking out the top of the egg.

Charm Egg

Dye egg desired shade; glue ribbon around its middle. Insert small tag or charm in blow hole and affix with hot glue gun. (The charm in this egg says, "Thank You!")

Royal Egg

Dye egg. With glue gun, attach large and small necklace fasteners to add a royal touch.

Flower Power Egg

Dye egg. Use glue gun to attach flower sequins in a matching color (red on red, blue on blue).

Dot Egg

As simple as it gets: pick your dot color and place tiny dot stickers on a white or dyed egg.