Monthly Archives: January 2011

In Which I React To Sony’s NGP

So Sony announced the NGP, their new handheld, the other day. My first reaction? What a stupid name. Aside from that, there’s little to be surprised about. Everybody knew they were making some form of PSP2, especially considering Nintendo’s asinine … Continue reading

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Attention Reader Folk:

Yeah, I don’t really have an announcement. Or news. Or anything terribly important to report. If you were interested, though, you could check out the post I submitted to a Tumblr (well, mostly “Young Adult Literature”*) on Neil Gaiman’s Stardust. … Continue reading

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And while I’m splitting hairs…

I am a huge fan of Little Shop of Horrors. My Grandmother could attest to my love for Little Shop, and I recall a story of me stomping around the Catholic establishment I spent my Kindergarten-through-Third-Grade years in saying “I’m … Continue reading

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I Get Annoyed By The Most Trivial Of Things

Case in point, my desktop; See how my Aim bar is on the left side of my screen? Annoying. So teeth-grindingly irritating that everytime Aim starts up, I momentarily rage at it because it has the balls to continuously pop … Continue reading

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Hate is a strong word.

The fastest way to annoy me in conversation is to respond to the question “Why do you hate something” with “I dunno” or “I just do.” This is the gateway argument that has started countless fights between my brother and … Continue reading

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Messing Around With The Laws Of Nature, For Science!

Scientists Create Dry Water. And, honestly, that’s all I should really have to say about this.

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Fun Tidbit…

I’m not sure if anyone has noticed this before, but Steve has several more posts than I do. Like, several more. Even knowing that, If anyone really cares enough to look into this, I have a tendency to observe special … Continue reading

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