Monthly Archives: December 2011

A Clockwork Orange Crush

“What’s it going to be then, eh?” There was me, that is Herb, a slim and malenky malchickiwick, with three of my droogs, all like spinning off our gullivers from the old molo-cola, making up our rassoodocks what to do … Continue reading

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Gaming Literacy: NHL 12

On the surface, the idea of discussing the cultural significance of a game and its impact on the industry is daunting, as I’ve admittedly phased gaming out of my life to a large extent. Gone are the days where I’d … Continue reading

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Elegy for an Atheist: Christopher Hitchens 1949 – 2011

It’s sad when a rational person dies, and it is odd to make a gesture of elegy for an atheist. When a man dies, his function to the community and his social function to the people around him is what … Continue reading

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Sampling is not Stealing

Don’t ever let someone tell you that sampling is stealing. (RIP DILLA)

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Gaming Literacy: Deadly Premonition

The original Resident Evil was a graphically rich, technologically advanced game. It was released for the PlayStation 1 all the way back in 1996. Part of the technological hurdle the game had to overcome was the burden of loading in … Continue reading

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