You finally really did it. You maniac!! You blew up the misconception over this film!!! OH, DAMN YOU! G**DAMN YOU ALL TO HELL!
(On an unrelated note, think you can defend the 2001 remake of "Planet of the Apes"? SERIOUSLY doubt it...)
To answer Graham's earlier question before Mr. Avellone plugged himself, Ty Warner is currently serving two years probation and 500 hours community service for tax evasion. Apparently, he had the biggest secret offshore account ever discovered. He ALMOST went to jail...but his lifetime of...
I don't have any problems with Jim's writing style
His humoresque prose always ekes out a smile
I like his stick-to-it-ness; he just will not yield
His poems aren't bad; they're just out in left field
Yahtzee's are thoughtful and mem'ry-provoking
Jim's may be weird but, remember, he's...
by Chris Wolvie
There once were two rivals, one red and one blue
Jumping on foes was one thing they'd both do
One would punch bricks for each mushroom and flower
The other would speed at umpteen miles an hour
They had the same goal; yes, they had the same ends
(In the interest of equal time...)
"The Draconian Tale"
by Jim Sterling
I'll tell you a story of "Diablo III"
A game that I wish could be talked of with glee
And yet, sadly, such praise could not be
Because of its failed internet strategy
I don't like to complain - oh, I do hate to...
"Technology Races On"
by Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw
I went into a dealership to buy myself a car
And a wholesome-looking salesman came to greet me at the door
I said, "I'd like a car that wouldn't have to travel far.
Just a basic sort of vehicle; twenty thousand, maybe more."
If you are no longer showing "Extra Credits" (even the past ones), Escapist, I *strongly* suggest you change the name of this segment, as the "Extra" part was no doubt used because of James Portnow's appearance. While you're at it, Escapist, I also suggest that you remove all "Extra Credits"...
I saw the first one on the Wednesday it came out and liked it. I saw the second one on the Wednesday IT came out and...was too stunned to call it God-awful for another few weeks. I *shall* see the third one tomorrow. After all, this will be the - as I call it - "End of an Error". And, with...
I heard about the series a lot. Got dragged to the first movie by my then-10-yr-old eldest nephew, who was big on the books. After seeing the movie (twice, mind you), I decided I should catch-up on the books to prepare for the inevitable sequels. Read through them twice so far.
Since Stephen Colbert decided not to do a bi-annual "The DaColbert Code" to predict the Oscars, I'll do it right here, doing word association chains based on last year's winners. It may not be as long (or as funny) as Colbert's way of doing it...but who IS, really?