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Review: Fallout 3

A HITN review. Can a game really breathe new life into a series and destroy what it stands for all in one go? Tune in to find out! 1,672 more words


Fuzzikins Craft Campervan

I had never heard of Fuzzikins prior to my children receiving their new toy. They must be pretty popular as they even have their own… 284 more words


Executive Action and Non-Action

Click here to read an article which addresses the interplay of powers between the Executive and Legislative Branches.

[Happy Birthday!] Carmageddon

Hello old games lovers,

Today is the 20th annoversary one on the most controversial games back then, Carmageddon, released in the US today, June 30th, 1997. 129 more words


365 Days of Album Recommendations - June 28

Bill Evans – Interplay

I, like “everybody,” also dig Bill Evans.

Thanks in small part to his fundamental quietude, and largely due to his jazz sensei liner notes to Kind of Blue, Bill Evans has taken on a kind of holy bodhisattvic role in the history of modern jazz, emerging as a sort of a zen shaman of the Soto school; playing Dogen to Bud Powell’s wild-eyed Rinzai passions, or Monk’s Bodhidharma eccentricisms. 80 more words

Album Recommendations

[Coming of Age] Descent 3

Hello old games lovers,

Today, June 17th blows 18 candles Descent 3, third installment of a mini saga of peculiar FPS, whose first title was Descent, released in 1995. 66 more words

Coming Of Age

First Principles: The Importance of Assimilation

“I often note with equal pleasure that God gave this one connected country to one united people — a people descended from the same language, professing the same religion, attached to the same principles of government, very similar in manners and customs, who by their joint counsels, arms, and efforts, fighting side by side through a long bloody war, have nobly established general liberty and independence.” 136 more words

First Principles