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Oh yeah, if anybody wants to write map reviews for Cranky Steve's Haunted Whorehouse, feel free to send an example of a map review to email@example.com. Heck, if you want to write anything for SA, send an example of it to firstname.lastname@example.org. If it matches the style of the site, it's all yours. Don't email me asking if you can do (whatever), just send in an example of what you want to do, and if it's amusing, you sure as hell can.
Update on Gamefan / Express.com: no, they still haven't paid me (or any of their other sites). Yes, legal action is being taken.
After wrapping up the blue deck from "Heroes of the Gaming Industry", I'm proud to present the first four cards from the brand new green deck! Feast your eyes on these beauties:
Card 01 - nVidia PR
Card 02 - Eidos
Card 03 - Pseudo.com
Card 04 - Derek Smart
There's more to come, but in the meantime, check out the ones that have already come! Er, the ones that just came! Uh... nevermind.
Since some of you out there may not be aware of the previously unwritten rules to living in an apartment above me, I have chosen to rectify the situation by listing a short series of "Rules For Living in the Apartment Above Me". This should clear up any misconceptions you may have by providing guidelines such as the following:
Every day at 8:00 pm, you should drop something large and heavy, such as:A refrigerator
A wheelbarrow full of lead and concrete
Raymond Burr's casket
A month's collection of all the Slim Jims and Yoohoo you consume
The entire worldIf you don't have access to any of those items, then just trip and fall over. Try to at least be holding some cinder blocks while doing so.
Dropping heavy objects seems to be a popular pastime for living above me. Read the rules and find out what else is.
Sir Mix-a-Lot's classic follow up to "Baby Got Back" has serious unintended consequences.
"Really, Holmes!" I dropped into my seat, shocked. "You are remarkably tall! What are you, six foot six? Six foot eight?"
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