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Hi! I'm here in part to plug my writing and let everyone know that I'm trying to take my work commercial.
Now, what about me? Well, obviously I like to write. I'm pretty much a standard geek aside from that. Emphasis on video games and science fiction. But I'm an open-minded dude so I'll try pretty much anything.
Editor's message: Amy Poehler's book, Yes Please, doesn't appear to be in the Lunch.com database, and the icon allowing members to create pages for items isn't working, so I'm placing this review under … more
I recently received an e-mail from a gentleman who didn't think highly of my Final Fantasy VII review. He didn't like the last paragraph, in which I suggested that some hardcore gamers who like it might … more
It's a given that Chicago is a very ideal bicycling destination. The flat terrain makes it easier to cycle there than it does in a lot of other cities, lots of nice bicycles lanes make it convenient, … more
When reviewing Sonic 3D Blast, it's very tempting for a reviewer to wonder just what the developer, Traveler's Tales, was thinking, but in this case, it's pretty clear exactly what they were thinking: … more
Ed Wood must be jumping up and down for joy, wherever he is. Ever since the release of Tommy Wiseau's movie The Room in 2003, Wood isn't the worst director who ever lived anymore. Or, at the very least, … more
This is the worst show I've seen in some time. It may actually be worse than Whitney, a show which came out a few years ago. It seems like they were trying to take the idea of Bad Teacher and apply it … more
posted a Quick Tip about A to Z.
November 15, 2014
Cute enough, but I wonder where they're going to go with it. I also wonder why the narrator keeps changing the time the two main characters, Andrew and Zelda, were in this relationship at the beginning … more
Clearly a money move. The Hobbit, by JRR Tolkien, was the book that was released before The Lord of the Rings trilogy and the book that set up Middle-Earth. The book is truly fantastic and worthy of a … more
Here it is: The key to unlocking the mysteries of the universe. Math is one subject that is always constant - once it's known, the answer isn't going to change. We know two and two is four. It's four … more