Gerald Shinn of Chicago Illinois is FUCKING INSANE
To your continued, no update, blog (I’m feeding web spiders–mind your feet):
Gerald Shinn, of Chicago, Illinois gives Ron Paul fans and future history teachers a bad name:
“Ok Bitch, I’m dropping you, I hope someone breaks into your house and kills you, Rob, and that little runt of yours and says that they thought you’d (sic) be a threat to you someday.”
This is the level of discourse that is comfortable for Gerald Shinn of Chicago Illinois and future history teacher, when disagreeing with someone over politics.
(Just so we’re entirely clear; this man is wishing *death* upon a man, a woman, and their *5-year-old* daughter.)
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You know, I’ve just about had it with Microsoft these days, and sh*t like this might be the final straw:
The arrival of Fable III on PC will be the “first step” of a much larger push by Microsoft to boost the profile of gaming on Windows 7 desktops.
And this time we mean it! Honest!
You’d be forgiven for seeing this for what it actually is: a cynical ploy to help boost sales of Windows 7–nothing more, nothing less–and Microsoft must assume that we, the few, the proud, the PC gamers, are complete idiots for not being painfully aware that this was a lie before it leapt, fully-formed, from the cancerous bowels of their incompetent PR and marketing department.
Not quite ’80s, but close enough to be grandfathered in–Doc Hollywood 4 Life!!:
I think this is interesting (at least what some of the interviewees say) but it does set off my art doofus, navel-gazing, alarms at full blast:
Worth a view, however, if you have any interest in pixel art and/or chiptunes.
The hour is nigh!
Transmission 15 (only 2 left):
And a new commercial:
And the latest, Japanese, spot:
I want to believe this is going to be awesome cause, uh, it looks awesome:
Real-time battles good.