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Monthly Archives: April 2009

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CNN T-shirts: Why would anyone want these?

I read CNN all the time, I go straight to “Crime” and read about all the serial killings and kidnappings around this grand country of ours. Is that weird? It might be part of the reason that I’m afraid of everything, but I’m not going

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From teen to adult in less than five minutes…

Do you remember those petulant times when you were a teenager and pretty much everything your parents said to you inspired a nasty response or a scrunched up angry face. It didn’t matter how much love they were showering upon you, or how much they

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The Show We Hate to Love… and Love to Hate.

*If you’ve never seen the show, STOP READING. I generally object to spoilers, but this shit is impossible to talk about without them.* As I write this, I wonder how many of you share my affliction. Even after last week’s episode, which was admittedly kind

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“Bridging Cultures: One Pixel at a Time”

Let’s cut to the chase. The State Department threw down over 400k taxpayer dollars to develop and distribute this ‘X-Life’ game for the mobile phone. X-Life is a game geared towards middle easterners to help learn about the American culture, history and improve English skills.

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T-1000 in the Ink

I don’t think that when Robert Patrick was playing the role of the enemy T-1000 anybody thought such a computer generated creature would ever be a true possibility. Then again, we tend to develop on our own fantasies and imaginations. Ferrofluids; nanoscale ferromagnets coated in