Monthly Archives: July 2010

For The Horde!!

I play World of Warcraft. Sad, I know. I have been playing for about 4 years now, and at times, the game is fantastic. The game will deliver that perfect blend of teamwork, luck, and visual refinement that transcends normal … Continue reading

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Farewell, Star Tours

Today Star Tours closed in Disneyland. They are retooling the ride to make it 3-D, and set in the timeline between the trilogies, and is supposed to open back up some time next year. I was at Disneyland last week, … Continue reading

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The Crying Game, and other spoilers

If you have not seen The Crying Game, The Sixth Sense, The Usual Suspects, or Empire Strikes Back, please stop reading. Continuing to do so will undo the very reason I am writing this post. Also, foul language is used. … Continue reading

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Newfound Respect

I was at a wedding this past weekend, and was seated at a table with some people who I wouldn’t call friends, but definately aquaintances I’ve known for some time now. They began talking about World of Warcraft and Dungeons … Continue reading

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Barnes and Noble Remodel

While at Barnes and Noble, I noticed they were going through some remodeling; specifically, it appears they removed alot of shelves. This, coupled with the gigantic advertisement for the Nook, makes me think they’re trying to dump inventory and start … Continue reading

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Star Wars, Fate of the Jedi

I am a big Star Wars fan, especially of the books. I can’t remember when exactly, probably around 8th grade, when I first realized they had Star Wars books, and picked up Truce at Bakura, by Kathy Tyers. This book … Continue reading

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A little piece of Star Trek in Riverside

The other weekend my father and I went to check out the new exhibit at the Riverside Metropolitan Museum, which concists of items from the now defunct “Star Trek Experience” which used to be at the Hilton Hotel in Las … Continue reading

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