Friday, April 28, 2006
Nintendo "Revolution" now called "Wii" - Joystiq
Thursday, April 20, 2006
Oh, wait, you didnt think I was talking about weed, did you?
10,000,000,000 - Amount of US dollars to be spent on current American military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. Per month.
2,500,000 - Number of Unique visitors per month to the website of Rolling Stone Magazine.
33 - Current Approval Rating of President Bush, as tabulated by, of all places, Fox News.
I am out of numbers now, should have found more before posting, but really they were ust an excuse to make a bad joke at the expense of potheads and Hitler. Sorry about that.
Thursday, April 13, 2006
Firstly, from a link found on Oliver Willis, I give you the latest from ball-busting action superstar, Dr. Tran.
The video game industry registered another big court victory today as a federal judge ruled Michigan's video game law unconstitutional and reaffirmed that "video games are a form of creative expression that are constitutionally protected under the First Amendment. They contain original artwork, graphics, music, storylines, and characters similar to movies and television shows, both of which are considered protected free speech."
Anyway I had another thing to say about the evil of Joe Lieberman, basically having to do with him being a sissy about his challenger Ned Lamont in Connecticut, him running as an independant if he fails to win the democratic primary (Joe Lieberman? trying to appeal to republicans? Oh perish the anally bleeding thought) but I'm not really in the mood right now, breaks over in a few minutes anyway. Will post again eventually, probably, hopefully, dont hold your breath.