This week on Play All The Nintendo! I play Alfred Chicken, Alien³, and Alpha Mission, and manage not to have many of my feathers ruffled.
In the aftermath of Dystopia Week, a new project to feature music and fiction.
Uber vs the World
It is good to give up vices temporarily. It helps you to enjoy them again when you restart them again.
I want my 1982 Penney’s back!!!
The demonstrated ignorance of the man who killed two Indians is little different than his peers.
A review of The Hunger Games: Mockingbird: Part II. And some Rube Goldberg machines.
Robot workers, robot cops, robots are coming for your job!
Ash vs. The Evil Dead (Season 1)
Oxygen Not Included
What does it even mean to say a game matters?
This Week: Crime, Economics, Marriage, Breeding, Nature, and Education!
Memento, homo, quia pulvis es, et in pulverem reverteris
This week on Play All The Nintendo, I fly through Air Fortress, crash and burn on Airwolf and race through Al Unser’s Turbo Racing.
Another set of tech links. Sorry for the light commentary, busy week at work…
It’s time for progressives to pull up their big boy pants and save American democracy.
A post-modern dystopian nightmare.
I am beginning to wonder if in The Age of Trump, “Media” is going to be a regular appearing section…
The Fall of Nero.
It’s back. For a limited time and very limited quantities.
A new book from Oxford University Press takes a lively and engaging look at that bleakest of topics.
Stinky Seattle, the new continent, and the Most Florida Story Ever Told.
A look at The Magicians and A Series of Unfortunate Events
Trump! And other political stuff.
It’s Oscar Season. Again. Somehow.
Still Two Days Left for the Humble Freedom Bundle!
John Quincy Adams, as a Calvinistic Christian, was open to the notion that John Milton, Homer and Virgil were divinely inspired along the same grounds he believed the inspired parts of the biblical canon were. He also endorsed the notion of a “partially inspired” biblical canon.
The Swing Of Things
A look back at some of the movies that stood out in 2016
To earn, you gotta learn. Also, maybe, relocate and/or get an education.
This week, I try out The Adventures of Dino Riki, Rad Gravity, and Rocky And Bullwinkle and Friends. Respectively.
Is it possible to avoid the pitfalls of partnership in love and politics?
When the doctor’s away, the patients get better?
Surely the the Scissor Sisters’ “Lights” is the platonic ideal of a bop.