Monday, September 24, 2012


Yes, as the title says, the ASP is still UNDER CONSTRUCTION.  But I have a new upload for you all Gear Heads or Petrol Heads as they say in the UK.  You got to love the engine sound of this Camaro 2SS/RS.  I can't explain in words, but it just sounds really good.

I have new contacts and ideas for the ASP so stay tuned for more!

Saturday, September 22, 2012


The ASP is going to be "UNDER CONSTRUCTION" for a little while due to the influx of new ideas, experiments, and a back up of awesome content.  I'll gradually upload more and more content in the upcoming weeks.  New ideas and experiments will temporarily slow down the "Editing Process" of the ASP, but this shows you that better quality of content will appear.  The ASP and I cannot move backwards on providing content.  If we want to survive, then we need to move FORWARD and outsmart our competition.  The ASP has confidence to be a brilliant and unique "Auto-Showcase" and all rounder in the near future.

Now, I leave you off with this.

Don't get in its way because it will cut you down.

Music provided by Mondkopf.  Check him out at:


Thursday, September 20, 2012


I'm truly addicted to the Hitman Sniper Challenge.  I've been playing it A LOT.  I've been playing so much of it that I decided to create some How To / Walkthroughs guides in getting certain achievements.  Here's one Achievement called "Elevated."  Watch the video:

Poor guy, but a job's a job.

Speaking of jobs, here's another ASP job or upload.  Here's an awesome AMC AMX JAVELIN featuring AliPa's track "Trancetimental Journey."

You don't see these types of cars anymore on the road, especially AMC.  I had to get this car on camera for sure considering the history.

Anyways, I'll be uploading more Hitman Sniper Challenge How To / Walkthrough guides on my channel.  They will be intermingled with other ASP videos.

Wednesday, September 19, 2012


I'm a little late on this.  I was busy with other things around the house.

Anyways today while I was doing video edits for the ASP, I stumbled upon Steam's ( Pre-Order for Hitman: Absolution.  And I was EXCITED!  I love the Hitman series because of its gameplay and story.  On top of Pre-Odering Hitman: Absolution on Steam, I got the chance to play the Hitman Sniper Challenge.  I've seen the Sniper Challenge on other systems such as the PS3 and Xbox 360.  (PLEASE NOTE: I DID NOT WATCH HOW IT WAS EVER PLAYED.)  I immediately installed the Sniper Challenge and decided to do a quick video of a blind playthrough.  Here's what happened:

Truly AMAZING.  I'll definitely replay the challenge for a better score.  I know I could have done better, but hey, it's my first time

The Sniper Challenge / Absolution appears to be a big leap forward from Blood Money.  I'm anticipating that the graphics, gameplay, physics, story, and voice acting would improve.  My anticipation and beliefs are right.

The character animations appear to be smooth, but a little robotic and unnatural at times which reminds me of Blood Money.  The graphics by far is a MAJOR improvement.  There appears to be more natural lighting, soft reflections, and subtle details in the environment.  The sound appears to be crisp and realistic at times.  I love the sound of the sniper rifle firing and and when a bullet hits a NPC or wall.  The character animations such as reloading flows properly and the physics are outstanding.  When I reload the sniper rifle and load a fresh magazine, you can see the old magazine fall off naturally from 47's lap.  Truly AMAZING I have to say.

Overall, you'll see another upload of the Sniper Challenge done properly by me in the near future.

Check out my videos of the ASP and please do subscribe.  When I see more viewers subscribe to my page, it keeps me going and motivated to do more videos.  Thanks!

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Modern Style Or Something At Least Different, But Modified...

Happy Tuesday!

Man, the season has changed dramatically for me.  I'm used to the warm summer weather and not the cold fall temperatures.  Another summer down, man I'm going to miss it.

Anyways, like the title says I'll be doing a modern filming style for the ASP.  I've looked back at my previous videos from when the ASP was born to today and I have to say that I need to improve my film capturing methods.  I was an amateur back then, but now, I've grown to be more a professional on what I wanted to film and the methods on how to do so.  In my future videos, you'll see a difference in my technique.

Now, I leave you off with my recent upload (in which I'm IN LOVE WITH THIS CAR) a 2012 Dodge Charger Super Bee SRT8.

I love the new styling of the Dodge Charger.  I'll be conflicted on which car to get.  My choices are (and yes they are ALL DODGES/CHRYSLER/Jeep) Dodge Charger, 300, Journey, 200, or Grand Cherokee.  My choice of engine will be the Pentastar 3.6L V6.  As much as I like the V8s, I prefer the V6 because it's in the middle of a I4 and V8.  Meaning that I get power almost like a V8, but with good fuel efficiency as a I4.  Plus, my typical driving route mostly in the city.

Overall, I <3 Dodge.  Don't forget to check out Thomas Colontonio who supplied me the track "From This Day Forward".  Here are the links to his sites:


Sunday, September 16, 2012

Sunday Funday, Errrr... History Lesson.

I like history, geography, and documentaries.  To me, they're more entertaining to me than a movie.  They present facts (based on a certain viewpoint) and have a form of reality.  I know it may sound boring to others who may like science, numbers, fiction, etc.  But that's me.  And this video I've put together shows such an interest.

This was filmed at Greenwood Lakes Airshow this past August.  This has a significance to me because my maternal and paternal grandparents survived the war from the Japanese.  Such weapons, equipment, and items (similar ones) present in the video were brought over to the Philippines by the invading Japanese.  And such items were used effectively against the Allied defenders and liberators, and Filipino forces.  When I saw this, I knew I had to film it.

Anyways, I'll leave you off with that.  I've got more videos similar to this one that will be posted up soon with the coming weeks.

Don't forget to comment below, subscribe to my YouTube channel, pass my videos along, and give me a thumbs up!  :D


Sunday Funday!

Friday, September 14, 2012

Wait. How Many Miles Now? Plus, 350Z!

I recently drove my Stealth and immediately noticed this!

166, 666 miles!  Crazy huh?  I have about 33, 333 more miles to go until it hits 199, 999 miles, and then 1 more mile until I hit 200, 000 miles.  Now that will qualify me to be in the 200 club on  (  Man, my Stealth has seen A LOT, and it will continue to see more.

Now, check this baby out.  It has lambo doors and neat customizations.

Awesome huh?  Tell me what you think and don't forget to hit the Thumbs Up!  :D

Wednesday, September 12, 2012


Finally!  I was able to edit the Color Run Celebration/Party video and upload it onto my YouTube page.  Here it is and enjoy!

I had to go through a lot of footage, and "pick and choose" which ones were worthy and appropriate for the video.  Plus, the music needed to flow with the video.  Sy Gardner's track "Truth" had that fast paced uplifting trance beat and mood.  I give special thanks and credit to Sy's musical talent and creation.  Check out his profiles:


Special shout out goes to Fit Boot Camp and my teammates.  I thank them for having me participate
in the event.


Now what about Muck Ruckus?  That's still on the editing table and I'm currently searching for an appropriate track that fits the mood to it.  It'll be done hopefully by the end of this month...

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

11 Years Ago...

11 years ago, I was in a chemistry class in high school.  It was my freshman year and I remember I sat on a lab stool with my classmates when we heard over the intercom an emergency announcement by our principal.  The announcement was about a situation going on at the World Trade Center in New York City.  Our principal stated he will keep us updated as to the emergency situation.  We were in awe and confused.  I remember I sang to myself in a whispered voice the poem, "America the Beautiful."  I was dumbfounded, but I had hope that the WTC and the people of NY would be okay.

I don't remember anything after chemistry class, but I remember coming home and turning on the television to see the WTC burning on the news channel.  I called my mom to tell her I was home.  By the sound of her voice, she was relieved.  She then asked me what was going on the news channel.  I wasn't able to tell her what was going on so I aimed the phone at the TV set.  Seeing the tragedy and devastation kept me silent.  I thought the entire thing was surreal and unbelievable, but it wasn't.  It was the real thing  My parents and my little brother came home and we all watched the news reel of the "attack."  We were glued on the TV set and saddened of what had happened.  I can't remember anything afterwards, but the sadness I witnessed when I went to school the next day.  I can't remember it in detail, but it was a different atmosphere.  News channels broadcasted the aftermath of the WTC, Pentagon, and Pennsylvania crash for the next few weeks.

What were my thoughts?  I remember saying it could have been prevented and I asked why did this happen.

What did you do?  I don't remember what I did exactly, but I do know I was with my family watching the aftermath at Ground Zero.

Was I angry?  Not until later on who devised the plan.  It was broadcasted on TV who did the attacks.  This gave me thoughts of joining the military to bring justice.

At that time of being a teenager, I was wishing someone with superpowers to come to the rescue and help save the victims and the building.   I even imagined of being the superhero to save the day.  But I know that will never happen.

That was 11 years ago...

Anyways, here's a new upload.  The Weapons of World War 2: 101st Airborne Division (Screaming Eagles).

Remember 9/11...

(Image from Yahoo News:

Monday, September 10, 2012


Alas, the start-up and rev of Project SS is up!

The song, "Wacheeta" goes well with this video.  Special thanks to Pablo for allowing me to use his song for this Camaro.

Also!  This past weekend was great.  I got awesome footage and photos of cars I needed to capture.  These vehicles were on the top of my list in what I needed to get on camera.  Here's one photo I think is unique.

You may think it's a standard BMW 1-Series, but it's FULLY ELECTRIC!  Say wha!?  Yup, BMW took its 1-Series 2-door coupe and placed an electric motor in the engine bay.  The entire conversion was fully done by BMW.  This BMW is called the BMW Active E and I'm amazed by it.

Right now, I'm testing and getting used to Google's photo sharing thingy called Picasa 3.  Basically, I'm sharing all of the pictures I've taken and putting them online, kind of like Flickr or Tumblr.  If you want to see the album click here:

Or simply go into my Google + page to view the album.


Friday, September 7, 2012

Easy Company of the 506th PIR, 101st Airborne Division

A quick blog post.  Here's a video of PFC Bill giving an overview of his equipment used on D-Day, Operation Overlord (Invasion of Normandy).

Footage was taken at the Greenwood Lakes Airshow in West Milford this past August of 2012.  It was difficult getting full audio because of the conversations from spectators and the intercom announcements.  Nonetheless, I was able to film Bill and his equipment.

I have more videos like this coming up.  So stay tuned!

Plus, check out Easy Company's website here:


Thursday, September 6, 2012

PROJECT SS at its finest...

Remember this Camaro?  You should because I showcased this same Camaro months ago and a lot has changed.  Here's the original:

Oh the memories...  This Camaro is truly a mean one.  It is SUPERCHARGED to 666.3 RWHP.  Plus, has a Playstation 3 modded into the passenger dashboard!  Not a PS2, but a PS frickin' 3!  The owner states he'll be customizing it more and possibly install Lambo doors like the CAMARO NEST BEE.

Special thanks goes to my good friend Pablo Artigas for his hit track "Wacheeta."  You can get the track here:

iTUNES:  (

The second video of PROJECT SS will be up shortly. :D

Tuesday, September 4, 2012


A quick blog post and I'm out.  Here's the video of THE COLOR RUN AT RACEWAY PARK IN ENGLISHTOWN, NJ.  The event took place on September 1, 2012 (9/1/12).


Special thanks to Team Fit Boot Camp and Sam Hunwicke of Red Bug Recordings.

Stay tuned for the second half!!!  :D

Monday, September 3, 2012

Working On Labor Day!?

Working on videos that is!  Considering Team FitBootCamp (FBC) and I did the Color Run at Raceway Park in Englishtown, NJ this past Saturday, I'm editing and finalizing the footage taken from the Go Pro.

Well, what about Muck Ruckus?  To be Frank even though that's not my name, I'm not getting a lot of inspiration on the video.  The event was awesome, but it was difficult to film all of Team FBC's action moments.  Rugged Maniac was easier than Muck Ruckus because of obstacle placements.  Muck Ruckus's course was spread out compared to Rugged Maniac; however, I'll continue with the video editing and complete it ASAP.

Special shout out goes to Team FBC and the owners of it.  Without them, I wouldn't be as fit and healthy, and I think I would not have survived a 5k on a steady paced run.

I leave you off with this.

Sunday, September 2, 2012


First ASP VLOG!  And many more to come.

Check out Frugalfilmmaker at:  (

Plus Greenwood Lake Air Show videos:

This is Tech. Cpl. Upham of the Pathfinder Team 1, 101st Airborne Division, 502 PIR.  He's giving a sitrep and overview of his equipment used during the invasion of Normandy, France (Operation Overlord).  His reenactment was fantastic.  The real actor did not go out of line.  I give him and his fellow buddies props and a thumbs up.

And now, the MG 42, Hitler's Buzz Saw during World War 2.  A fantastic yet devastating weapon of war.

Anyways, I did a CrossFit workout called "Kelly."  The workout consist of:

400 meter run
30 Box Jumps on a 24 inch box
30 Wall Balls with a 20lb ball

For 5 rounds for time.  I did it for 37:39 with a friend.  Having a partner does make a difference in completing the workout.  We pushed each other and paced it out during the last few rounds.  It was hard and here's how I felt right after.

Awesome workout.

Stay tuned for more especially the Color Run video!