Monthly Archives: April 2011

Goodbye Michael Scott

I can still remember watching the pilot for The Office and thinking, what’s the big deal? Now, after watching Michael Scott say goodbye to Dunder Mifflin it’s hard not to wonder if NBC’s Thursday night lineup will ever really recover. … Continue reading

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‘Voice’ premier tries hard to be nice

NBC’s new talent show “The Voice” premiered last night.It’s the latest in a long string of talent shows that are riding the American Idol wave to easy ratings. The initial premise is great, but that will be past soon, and … Continue reading

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Review: Portal 2 (PC)

Portal was a surprise smash addition to the Half-Life universe when Valve unveiled the Orange Box. First-person puzzle gaming? Who knew? But can the platform support a full-length game? More importantly, can the story continue with the same quality as … Continue reading

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The Dollar Store universe

I’m not a shopping snob. I appreciate the allure of a premium brand name and quality product priced at an astronomical height, but I can’t resist the pull of cheap crap. And nothing showcases a larger array of cheap stuff … Continue reading

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Back to Oblivion

With Skyrim just on the horizon, it’s a good chance to take another look at Bethesda’s role-playing masterpiece, Oblivion.

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