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Click and eat

January 17th, 2008 · Comments Off on Click and eat · Dining, NYC, Reviews, Web

There aren’t many web sites that truly make a tangible impact on my life. Sure, there’s plenty of websites that inform and entertain, and perhaps you could qualify those as having an impact as well. But ones that actually bring me new experiences and broaden who I am are rare. Even more rare are such […]

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Duck!

January 15th, 2008 · Comments Off on Duck! · Culture, Nightlife, Reviews

Any event where snacks are served from between the toes of a young woman is one I’m up for. For some, perhaps the placement of the bowl of salsa on the crotch of the woman offering the chips while balancing inverted on the table would be more of the draw. In any case, everyone at […]

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You can’t stop what’s coming

January 10th, 2008 · Comments Off on You can’t stop what’s coming · Movies, Reviews

The Official Nosuch.org one-line review of “No Country For Old Men“: A beautifully crafted baseball bat sitting there very still and very quiet, except for the half dozen times it gracefully and deftly hits you in the gut. I enjoyed it a great deal, but Conny View definition in a new window had mixed feelings about it. I can certainly see […]

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First, lose no data

January 8th, 2008 · Comments Off on First, lose no data · Angry, Blogging, Reviews

My one line review of ecto, a blogging client for Mac OS X and Windows: You frickin’ piece of shit you ate my god-damned post, even though I hit save before I hit publish and you beachballed for an eternity. For the review to have the right effect, read it very loudly through clenched teeth. […]

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Rockin’

January 3rd, 2008 · Comments Off on Rockin’ · Gaming, Reviews, Xbox

Rock Band for the Xbox 360 has been a great load of fun for Conny View definition in a new window and me. It’s sort of a surprise that we even got the game in the first place. I was a little tempted by earlier versions of Guitar Hero, but I had the problem that it would be dull as dishwater […]

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