Friday, 18 March 2011

Jack Jensen, the Philippines and the heroes of the Web


Recognition is nice! xD Being called a "true hero" by a blog in Italy that I've never even heard of is even nicer!! In fact it's totally multo bene!! I've just discovered that EVIL MONKEY blog wrote a piece about When the Vietnam War Raged... in the Philippines and said that I'm the greatest gift to women everywhere and that you people should all worship me (or something to that effect).

The blog is in Italian and since most of my Italian is mob speak that I picked up from watching the Sopranos I'm afraid we'll have to rely on a translation by our good friends at Google Translate. If your own Italian is better you can read the original text here. Un grande grazie goes out to whoever does Evil Monkey! Much appreciated! xD.

Jack Jensen, the Philippines and the heroes of the Web 2.0

While most of the managers of the blog can not help but take advantage of every sad & trite trick to attract some new readers there are those who makes a boast of the niche. Can you think of something more sector of the Philippine war-movie (with some transfer to the ninja-movie ever Filipino)? I doubt it. And when was the last time you read a disclaimer like the one below?

WHERE TO DOWNLOAD THESE MOVIES???
Some readers write and ask were they can download the films on this blog. I'm afraid I can't help you. Most of these films are old video tapes that I've spent months (and sometimes years) on tracking down. I'm simply not interested in downloading movies. I want to own real releases. On a rare occasion I might swap a dvd-r with someone (or nice readers send me dvd-r's for free) but I don't download and I don't know where you can do that. Sorry.

Jack Jensen is a true hero. Research and dissemination passionate (very useful update on its auction eBay ), but above the sole manager of which is the pearl of 2.0 When the Vietnam War raged ... in the Philippines . Because if you download the latest remake U.S. are capable of all, I want to see how many are able to trace the Greek VHS Cobra Thunderbolt .

3 comments:

  1. Original text:

    Jack Jensen, le Filippine e gli eroi del web 2.0

    Mentre la gran parte dei gestori di blog non può fare a meno di sfruttare ogni triste & trito trucchetto per attirare qualche nuovo lettore c'è chi invece della nicchia ne fa un vanto. Riuscite a pensare a qualcosa di più settoriale del war-movie filippino (con qualche cessione al ninja-movie, sempre filippino)? Ne dubito. E quando è stata l'ultima volta che avete letto un disclaimer come questo qui sotto?

    WHERE TO DOWNLOAD THESE MOVIES???
    Some readers write and ask were they can download the films on this blog. I'm afraid I can't help you. Most of these films are old video tapes that I've spent months (and sometimes years) on tracking down. I'm simply not interested in downloading movies. I want to own real releases. On a rare occasion I might swap a dvd-r with someone (or nice readers send me dvd-r's for free) but I don't download and I don't know where you can do that. Sorry.


    Jack Jensen è un vero eroe. Ricercatore e divulgatore appassionato (molto utili i suoi aggiornamenti sulle aste eBay), ma sopratutto gestore unico di quella perla del 2.0 che è When the Vietnam War raged... in the Philippines. Perché se a scaricare l'ultimo remake US sono capaci tutti, voglio vedere in quanti riescono a rintracciare la VHS greca di Cobra Thunderbolt.

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  2. Haha that's awesome.

    Incidentally I spotlighted you in my latest youtube video!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YWqzzVMD5jI

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  3. Argh!! Simon, mate, that's so cool!!! Thanks a lot, buddy!! Highly, very, mucho appreciated!!!!! xD xD xD

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Bikini girls with machine guns

Yep, this video is from the one they're watching in Tarantino's JACKIE BROWN. It's an awesome video; I mean all it is is a bunch of scantly clad sexy babes with automatic guns going: "This is an AK47" pow pow pow pow - Haha. Absolutely fantastic! xD.