The Darkest of Dark on Black Friday

By | Nov 25, 2017

It seems Black Friday is upon us again. It’s funny that we take a day to reflect on how thankful we are for the things that we have, and the very next day trample and bludgeon each other to death trying to buy a bunch of stuff we don’t need. Every year we’re treated to […]

Miss England, War Hero

By | Jan 27, 2010

This is a neat news story.  Because of a recent controversy with the Miss England victor, Rachel Christie, involving a fight at a night club, the crown was conceded to the runner up, Katrina Hodge received it.   What’s so interesting about this?  Katrina Hodge, from Tunbridge Wells, is serving member of the British Army – […]

Good Riddance 2009

By | Jan 4, 2010

Last year saw a lot of ups and downs. We started off watching the car industry with some disgust, questioning the culture of mediocrity that allowed the situation to spiral out of control. We say: Too big to fall? Too big to exist. Get on top of your credit and take control of your life. […]

The King of Pop Passes Away – Everything Else Stops?

By | Jun 26, 2009

photo credit: Current News Stories The American media in particular takes a lot of flak about it’s worship of celebrities when the rest of the world is just as obsessed (I’m thinking in particular of the tabloid journalists in the UK and their constant hounding of royalty, Lily Allen, etc). When Twitter is the most […]

Where did everybody go?

By | Mar 21, 2009

When I was kid, I used to be able to have a buddy over and we could play a video game together.  This could mean coop or split-screen competetive games.  We could play one tv with a couple of people. When I try doing that today, I have to bring out those same old games.  […]

Unabashed, Sony defends PS3

By | Mar 13, 2009

photo credit: craigmdennis Today’s gaming market is split four ways: 1. PC Gaming – Where pirated copies of games outnumber the legimite. Home of the “hardcore” gamer. Dead simple to create games for, since most programmers begin their careers on this platform. 2. XBox 360 – Where PC Game studios make their money thanks to […]

DVD Introductions

By | Mar 9, 2009

I was recently watching a DVD of a television series, and after watching the opening credits for the umpteenth time I wounder to myself: Why do I have to sit through this same sequence of credits for ever forty minutes of show I watch? DVD transcriptions of television shows faithfully reproduce the original broadcast – […]

Wikipedia’s False Information is Now Truth

By | Feb 13, 2009

I like Wikipedia; every time I’m remotely interested in a television series I crack open Google, type ‘[series name] wiki’ and navigate to the online encyclopedia’s article. I always find a world of interesting tidbits including comparisons of characters to literary and real life persona, breakdowns of key episodes, and an overview of the series’ […]


By | Feb 12, 2009

Apple’s made quite the resurgence in the last few years.  I remember when Apple Computers were the cheap, ugly computers the schools had that they bought a million years ago in some bad deal, and were now trying to teach computer use on obsolete machines.  Now, their systems are the favourite of latté sipping dorks in […]

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