More mocking the laws of taste, both figuratively and orally, with The Martini Madness Experiment.
I made this then drank it. That is what's known as "Crime and Punishment." I explain why James Bond is a pansy, endure a Bacontini, weaponize garlic and - purely by accident - find the best drink I've ever had. Enjoy.
Fans of fun and beer need to buy The Beer Mag! Non-fans need to start drinking, that's why you're not having any fun.
You'd think people who spend so much time at a computer would know how to type properly. If you've never been online before.
Read, Reddit and Digg - not just for me, but for the noble cause of "Understanding that words need to mean things without being a prick about it." UPDATE: I never expected to be promoted by a New York Times bestselling author, which is why the Terrahawks spent most of the 80s telling me to "Expect The Unexpected." Hells yeah!
Labels: video games
I can no longer hear music or see more than four objects on the same horizontal row at a time, so where you see an orchestra I now fear a flickering mass of lunatic ghost mimes. And because I spent a full day playing Atari 2600 games, I got off lightly.
If not for me, Digg it for the retrotech!
A whole bucket of pain.
Read the whole thing here, then appreciate how I not only suffered the games and wrote the whole but also made sure my "Please Digg and Reddit this" sentence was unique!
You're either already bracing yourself or don't know that Fatal Deviation is the worst action movie ever made. Wait, make that didn't. This movie is logically impossible because there's no way any group this incompetent should know which end of the camera (singular) is the right one - we should have ended up with a ninety-minute close examination of what fetal alcohol syndrome does to an eyeball, and it would have been a significantly better movie.