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Title: Vote for Side of Hash Browns
Posted: October 09, 2006 (12:09 PM)
There's a ridiculous ad campaign trying to raise voter awareness in my state. Very typical campaign ads "... so and so will lower your taxes, educate your children for you, and make money fall from the sky four times daily..." then it cuts to the end and says "Vote for (insert ridiculous household item here)."

I've seen Frozen Peas, Side of Hash Browns, and Someone's Teddy Bear thus far. Clearly this is making a point.

Elections are dumber than ever.
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Type: Review
Game: Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (GameCube)
Posted: September 26, 2006 (10:11 PM)
...but I have seen the face of time, and I can tell you. They are wrong.
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Type: Review
Game: Star Ocean: Till the End of Time (PlayStation 2)
Posted: August 29, 2006 (09:29 PM)
In the distant future a hostile alien race is about to attack. The target: Hyda IV, a posh resort planet where vacationers from all parts of the galaxy gather for sunbathing and slurpies. When the villainous Vendeeni strike, the defenseless tourists are evacuated and scattered across the galaxy. One of these unfortunate refugees is our blue-haired hero, Fayt Leingod, an ordinary college student from Earth. Aside from his famous scientist parents, Fayt has led a simple and ordinary life. It shoul...
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Type: Review
Game: ICO (PlayStation 2)
Posted: August 09, 2006 (08:53 PM)
Forbidding battlements rise above a stark ravine. The stillness of the surrounding forest is broken by the sound of approaching hooves. A group of horsemen appears, masked and silent, carrying with them a struggling young boy. His wrists are bound and two curved horns jut from his head. Wordlessly, the horsemen enter the fortress. They bring the boy to a cavernous hall lined with stone sarcophagi. One casket opens and the boy is placed inside. There is the sound of receding footsteps and then h...
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Type: Review
Game: Culdcept (PlayStation 2)
Posted: August 09, 2006 (08:47 PM)
Culdcept is an unlikely hybrid of genres; it combines the battle system of a collectible card game with the mechanics of a board game and even throws in a bit of role-playing. An eccentric concept, surely, but Culdcept pulls it off with a quirky charm and surprising originality. The premise of the game is familiar territory for those familiar with traditional RPGs: the goddess Culdra rules the world through a book of spells, Culdcept. Cepters are those mortals with the power to summon monsters ...
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