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Doctor Who — A Doctor Snippet Speech — Is This World Protected?

Okay, first off, new category, since it deserve it: Doctor Who. Next up, the scene from Doctor Who just is useful in explaining my (and a lot of other Whovians’…and generally civilized people’s) opinion of the world. Not just the … Continue reading

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Me doing a blurry Doctor Who pose

Right, so, here’s me — hopefully you notice I’ve dropped all the weight (and by the way, I didn’t really even try to diet — drink coffee, as it is an appetite depressant, and don’t snack, and just cut calories) … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: The Pandorica Opens — The Doctor’s Speech

Okay, right, so I put up the Akhaten speech, but, I mean, that was a bit of weak episode except for that scene. Well, anyway, point is, if I’m going to put that up, I should put up the epic … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: The Rings of Akhaten – The Doctor’s Speech

Okay, I’m betting a bunch of you out there want to memorize that kickass monologue from the last Doctor Who (Rings of Akhaten), don’t you? Okay, here it is. Enjoy. The video is at the bottom. Okay then. That’s what … Continue reading

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inFamous 2 for the PS3: Review

The first inFamous dropped like a bomb on the Playstation 3 exclusive scene. It was probably the best exclusive Sony IP people had seen. I’m happy to report that, aside from a few minor grievances I have with the game, … Continue reading

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Watson Beaten by Congressman

This story is a few days old but I figured I’d get it in there. Watson was beaten one-on-one recently: Representative Rush Holt (D-NJ) beat Watson $8600 to $6200. Holt is a nuclear physicist and a 5 time Jeopardy champion. … Continue reading

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Watson’s Jeopardy Transcript

I don’t have the time to copy and paste everything from the J! Archive, which archives all Jeopardy games, but I can at least give you links to every single question and answer in the IBM Jeopardy Challenge. You’ll see … Continue reading

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Dead Space 2 for the PS3: Review

There are only a handful of video games I have ever played that have actually managed to scare me. Dead Space 2 gave me nightmares. For those who haven’t played the first Dead Space, a quick recap: Dead Space is … Continue reading

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Fallout: New Vegas for the PS3: Review

I promised a New Vegas review, and dammit, I’ll deliver one. If Dave Bowman had piloted his craft into a giant copy of New Vegas instead of a floating monolith, his final words would not have been, “Oh my God, … Continue reading

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Fallout patch for PS3 goes live

The 1.01 patch for Fallout: New Vegas has gone live on the PS3 and Xbox 360. This is the same patch that PC users got roughly five days ago. There is, if I’m reading the news correctly, another patch on … Continue reading

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