Monthly Archives: March 2006

Top Spin 2 out early

Good news for Tennis on the 360 lovers — Top Spin 2 is shipping tomorrow according to the big sites. And if you like other things that are big — Rumble Roses XX is now shipping for the 360. I … Continue reading

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John Kerry's Rider

OMG. This is teh funny. You may remember last week we posted the link to Dick Cheney’s rider. While there was nothing odd in it, he did say that Fox News had to be on all the TV’s in the … Continue reading

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If you have congenital insensitivity to pain with anhidrosis, we've got a house for you

Check out this Smoking Gun email about what the producers of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition are looking for during next season’s taping. As was mentioned before, the Final Four brackets are all f’d up. ESPN put up a synopsis — … Continue reading

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The Blog Brackets – Umm… Ouch

I just checked the scoring on the blog pool brackets, and what a brutal weekend it was. 33 people (counting three who made no picks) are in this thing and not one of us picked a potential NCAA champion that … Continue reading

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TV Time

Well, the time has come to lay down some loot to get a good TV. I have never owned an HDTV television so I’m pretty excited. I know a lot of you guys are TV Tech Heads so I figured … Continue reading

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Well, I'm only as hypocritical as everyone else.

I know, yesterday I did a rant about Nintendo. But last night, I broke down and used my last 800 MS Points to purchase Feeding Frenzy after playing the demo. I had read the reviews about it being only ‘passable’ … Continue reading

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Great news for TurboGrafx fans

Well there’s this exciting news from Nintendo saying that they’ll support old Sega and TurboGrafx 16 games on their Revolution console. Thrilling news, isn’t it? I mean, that’s the reason why you’re going to spend $200-$300 on a console — … Continue reading

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