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Fishstick
Posted on Saturday, March 17 2007 @ 20:56:10 Eastern

The Fates cast a net in a bowl,
a wishing - well of scales.
How far can we swim in a pond,
once tapping on the glass?

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Won My First Review Tourney
Posted on Monday, March 12 2007 @ 01:06:09 Eastern

The Promethean competition at HonestGamers.com tests reviewers on their ability to create truly original pieces of writing that challenges wordplay and sentence construction. zigfried proposed the idea, and having not reviewed anything at the time for about four weeks, I decided to dedicate my time to writing a psychedelic review for Rez. And surprisingly, I won. Every entry was spectacular, so I was floored when the results came out. For any person with a passion for creativity, it's always great to know that your hard work has paid off. Validation is something I think we are looking for.



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Stan Lee would be (somewhat) impressed
Posted on Sunday, March 11 2007 @ 01:06:47 Eastern

I happened to (impulsively) borrow the DC Comics Encyclopedia from my Comicon-crazed friend, Christine (a woman, horrah!), and I flipped through the entire thing today. I knew about the Superman, Batman, Justice League, and Teen Titans (most any DC character shown on TV), but I never knew just how large the DC universe actually is. One thousand superheroes and villians filled the pages, and the encyclopedia admits that there are even more. As such, I had to revise my top 3 favorite DC superheroes to:

- Nightwing (a sidekick that actually succeeded on his own)
- Parallax (Green Lantern gone bad-ass)
- and Wildcat (trained Batman and Catwoman - 'nuff said)



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Listen, Relationship!
Posted on Friday, March 9 2007 @ 01:48:36 Eastern

Excerpt from The Definitive Book for Body Language: Magentic Resonance Imaging brain scans show that women have between fourteen and sixteen areas of the brain to evaluate other's behavior. Men only have four to six areas. This example explains wh...   read more...

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Mutant Turtles
Posted on Wednesday, February 28 2007 @ 19:31:04 Eastern

Most people who grew up during the same time as I did wanted to be one of the four Ninja Turtles. I think I was more Donatello, but I wanted to be Michelangelo back then. Something about nunchunks rock. Now I think Raphael is incredible bad-ass. But ...   read more...

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Must Wii games use sensing?
Posted on Saturday, February 24 2007 @ 05:37:09 Eastern

No, a Wii game should not use motion sensitivity by default; however, at the end of the day, only those games that utilize the Wii-mote in a sensical and thorough way will be marked as the best games on the console. Developers have to decide whether ...   read more...

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Strategy Guide Mayhem
Posted on Friday, February 16 2007 @ 08:21:46 Eastern

The official Final Fantasy XII strategy guide is a monster. BradyGAMES wishes to take my game further, and 350 pages of color, worth one penny less than twenty dollars, does just that. I usually use GameFAQs because it's free and because of my ama...   read more...

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The Virgin
Posted on Sunday, February 11 2007 @ 17:16:57 Eastern

The sandstorm furls your inner thigh,
beneath the flesh-giving navel,
the tart of the orange
on nude-smooth grains, squeezing
its juice on your Ivory
Coast. But the shoreline
is ebony, soaked in stains,
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Is Thompson Cracking?
Posted on Tuesday, February 6 2007 @ 15:49:11 Eastern

Or has he already cracked?

So, after numerous infringements and heated flip-floppery, Jack Thompson is being slammed with a 40-page complaint by the Florida Bar. Having disobeyed judge's orders in Florida and Alabama (and who knows where els...   read more...

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Naturally Lost
Posted on Sunday, February 4 2007 @ 15:08:12 Eastern

I spoke to the stream, the silver sheen, and it screamed back in waves. I knocked on the tree, ancient and dry, and it shouted suicide.

I watched the riverbank of emerald grass swirl up my ankles, as the tree smashed the water into sunburst...   read more...

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