Last Shout - Posted by: Runyan99 - Monday, 27 April 2015 08:13
Was 1984 a warning, or a blueprint?
 
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Games Corner
Grand Theft Auto 5


So yeah, finally squeezed that 59 gig download out of Steam after TotalBiscuit pretty much gave it the technical thumbs up.
And damn, it is amazi ...

by Elmar Bijlsma, Friday, 17 April 2015 18:18 [ Read all ]
General Jr.
How to be a proper curmudgeon


As I meander towards becoming a complete dotard, I am gaining appreciation for proper curmudgeons. I don't mean a nasty old fart. A proper curmud ...

by Lurkur, Tuesday, 07 April 2015 15:43 [ Read all ]
Politics & World Affairs
Yemen


I remember back in '95 buying Apache Longbow (by Digital Integration) and playing the campaign in Yemen.  Place was in a civil war back then ...

by Seminole, Thursday, 26 March 2015 14:31 [ Read all ]
Politics & World Affairs
Picture ID Question




Anybody know what this is a picture of?  It looks like Bill  ...

by ridgeway, Wednesday, 25 March 2015 14:14 [ Read all ]
 
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