District 9 and Zombie Radio


It has been a great day. I was working at my computer when I hear a happy knock coming from my front door. You know the kind of knock where people try to be fun and hip – rap-pe-de-rap-rap! –

[singlepic id=397 w=320 h=240 float=right] I got up and went to see who was overly excited about being at my door and when I opened the door I found a Fed-Ex woman standing there with a huge smile. She quickly said, “I have a package here for a Mr. Jason Bayless!” I thought I was in some kind of strange movie or Twilight Zone episode. I replied and said, ‘That would be me.” She handed me the package and I signed for it and off she went. As I closed the door I was thinking to myself, ‘I didn’t order anything’ then I saw who had sent the big Fed Ex box to me. The label in the upper left hand of the Fed Ex label read, “Sony Pictures Entertainment…Culver City, Ca…” I knew what it was as soon as I saw the words, ‘Sony Pictures Entertainment’.

It was an the concept art from the film District 9 autographed by Peter Jackson. – Limited Edition.  A big thanks to ComingSoon.net and Sony for hooking me up this sweet item.

If you don’t know about District 9, see the trailer at the bottom of this post

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So, that was my mail excitement for the day the other news that I have been working on all day is re-birthing Zombie Popcorn Radio.  It is going to be a LIVE broadcast radio show, full of so many different random stuff. I am also thinking of opening it up to the readers of Psychosomatic Rants. If you have something you want to do, say or put on Zombie Popcorn Radio, leave me a comment or hit me up on Facebook and we will work something out.

So, go check it out and stay tuned for the official launch.

And enjoy the trailer to District 9

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Jason Bayless

Jason Bayless is a life-long activist and is currently working at The Pachamama Alliance. When he is not working he spends, working with Center for Farmworker Families and spending his time recording shows, writing blogs, collecting 3D movies, and playing VR games.


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