Issues and topics unrelated to gaming.
I’m always on the lookout for some scratch, a little something to get my crate further along the New Eden power curve. That’s how I wound up in the awful backwater system of Eitu III.
While on the way to drop off some hitchhikers looking for a free ride to Oiniken, I get this vidmail from some yap in Eitu by the name of Okita…Okito…Okaydokey, whatever. Anyway, he said he got my name from a contractor I did business with a few years back - I can’t recall the guy, but that’s not surprising since I tend to remember ISK better than names
Ever since I first downloaded the demo late last year, Starcraft II has proven to be a compelling PC gaming experience for me. Starcraft II is one of the few recent examples of what a true PC-exclusive title can be. Unlike the flurry of 2011’s high profile console ports that merely provide enhanced graphic option for PC gamers, Blizzard’s platinum RTS title oozes the type of deep quality that can only be achieved when a game is single-mindedly designed for our beloved PCs from the ground up, without any compromises being made for other platforms along
So there I was, stumbling into the kitchen at the behest of my hungry, hungry cat. It was a lazy day and I had nodded off while awaiting the arrival of some workmen (this is the summer of home improvements, apparently), so I was groggy as I made my way into the kitchen. My cat, ever famished, was insistently rubbing against my leg, demanding a dish full of food...NOW!!! So I went in the cupboard, grabbed a can of "cat fud" and was in the process of doling it out into the dish when Pfeffer, who was watching me prepare her lunch with all the intensity of a secret service agent scrutinizing
“The blood of the martyrs is the seed of the Church." - Tertullian
Lately, I've seen lots of awful moves. And I have seen a handful of fun movies. But I think it has been quite a long time since I have seen a beautiful movie. I attribute this sad state of affairs to the pervasive meanness of the modern entertainment industry, particularly Hollywood. By this I mean that most movies these days lack any sort of nobility of soul, for lack of a better phrase. Instead, we find almost every film to possess a hollow core - one that no amount
Just imagine a village of 400 people with stones made houses and church and before the rolling thunder of shells falling on them
And now here is the village
Shells hole, and trees
This village and 8 others have been declared Dead for France, and it has been decided to plant trees
but you will always see the shells holes, even after one century.
From June to August 1916 the village changed hands 16 time