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  • November 13, 2013
    This is a shot of what was allegedly the last Blockbuster movie rental in the history of Blockbuster movie rentals in the United States. Honestly, I thought all Blockbusters had closed awhile ago because mine has been a cycling gym for over a year now. The picture was taken o... / Continue →
  • January 10, 2013
    I know, I thought they'd already stopped years ago too. Shows how much we know! "Speak for yourself." I WILL SPEAK FOR BOTH OF US. Yes waiter, we're ready to order. I will have the lobster, and my friend here WILL HAVE NOTHING AND LIKE IT -- MWAHAHAHAHA! Sony has officiall... / Continue →
  • November 30, 2012
    This is a side by side comparison of the very first and very last Nintendo Power magazine covers. Man, I actually remember having that first issue way back in 1988. I had just turned seven and still couldn't read yet. But did that stop me from looking at all the pictures and... / Continue →
  • November 16, 2012
    Goodnight sweet prince. In heartbreaking news for anyone who deep fries sweets whenever they're drunk, Hostess brand, maker of Twinkies, Ding Dongs and Wonder Bread, is calling it quits after filing for bankruptcy earlier this year. A recent labor strike drove the company ove... / Continue →
  • August 22, 2012
    Picture related: an original portrait of Link made from torn up Nintendo Power magazines by artist Chris Lange that I won in a contest. Nintendo Power magazine, the monthly publication that was at one time (the 90s') the latest and greatest source for Nintendo news and tips, ... / Continue →
  • March 26, 2012
    In cripplingly depressing news, GameStop has announced they'll stop accepting Nintendo Gamecube related trade-ins April 2nd. "They still were?" Ha, it's news to me too. No word if Genesis games are still a go. So yeah, if you have any Gamecube game you want to get rid of, n... / Continue →
  • March 14, 2012
    After 244 years, Encyclopedia Britannica is ceasing print production of their iconic multi-volume books of knowledge, citing "Wikipedia" and "this cursed internet fad." The company, which released an updated version every two years, says the 2010 edition will be the last. It... / Continue →