Monday, March 28, 2005

Grand Theft Jamba?

A company named buongiorno put out a game named "Kill the Jimbi family". Send a message for the usual rip off and enjoy killing Sweetie and whatever these other things are called. Also they have a fairytale like moorhuhn game adaption with Sweetie. Which is free
The whack thing is: they earn money on stealing the licensed characters from VeriSign now.

Battlefield Mobile has some new selftests online using the Jamba Webpage. See for your self how hard it is to subscribe and unsubscribe with Jamba. Leaving the mafia seems easier.[browse their archive here.]

Thursday, March 24, 2005

Anti-Jamba clan is hosting a bunch of nice clan pages or other sort of groups. This includes the Anti-Jamba Clan with more than 400 members. The clan is administrated by Blechdose, Kommerz_gandalf and Punk-Invasion and was found in 08-2005.

John Hart did a nice Jamba-Audioclip which is (more or less;) fun to listen to.

Sunday, March 20, 2005

Jamba future

Does Jamster have a future? Support Jamba page spottet on the net!
You are encouraged to buy any ringtone they have least this german blog cares about the enslavers.

This nice image is taken from Tagesbuch eines Internetjunkies.
Might be a future strategy from the enslavers.

Saturday, March 12, 2005

Ringtone philopsophy

In an australian Xbox Forum we found some thoughts about ringtones in general...and feel we have quite a similar opinion. Aussies seem to be a bunch of philosophers ;) ...go read their posts.
Such as:
"I gotta side with the answer on this one. Anytime I think, "hey maybe there is hope for the human race after all"... I just think of the millions of tards signing up for their pissant ringtones. It's a telephone, nobody is going to be impressed if it plays a midi of "everybody dance now" instead of ringing. Hot broads will not be drawn to its siren song to blow you. jesus christ" says Too Much Metho.

Monday, March 07, 2005

Samwer brothers love us...

In an interview with SPIEGEL ONLINE chief-thief Oliver states that he thinks the quality of anti-jamba art is suprisingly good. Thank you...and maybe you learn something: ripped art is NEVER cool.

Saturday, March 05, 2005

Jamster complaints packed

The beloved place to leave complaints and comments about companies you have used... by now as quite an archive of complaints about Jamster. Fun to read...heartbreaking trouble. Jamba stays a pain in the ass.