Monthly Archives: March 2011

First thoughts: Sims Medieval

The Sims franchise is a guilty pleasure. I’ve been a fan since the very first installment oh so long ago. I also remember seeing the first expansion priced at $29.99 (quite a step up for the time being). The latest … Continue reading

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Sucker Punch is a victim of its own Awesome

When the end of humanity rolls around, and the world finally gets around to deciding which movie had the greatest looking trailer of all time … Sucker Punch may just be in the Top 10.

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The Bible should be mandatory reading

I found an article about the ACLU’s claims that an Alabama school distributed bibles to students. My only question is … are people so wrapped up in the politics of religion that they’re afraid their kids might read?

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The mystery of The Big Bang Theory

There are many great mysteries that have troubled mankind… how did it all begin? … is world peace possible without removing freedom? … why do all Hooters waitresses say “Welcome to Hooters” the exact same way?

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Review: Dragon Age 2 (PC)

Dragon Age 2 (PC) Grade: C+ Dragon Age 2 is a game that takes chances. It’s still wrapped in the trademarked Bioware gamplay that’s existed since 1998, but you can almost see their “avoid this” checklist as you play. Yet … Continue reading

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