So you camped out at Best Buy (literally) for 4 days and were 6th in line for a PS3... 5th after the guy in front of you had to go to the ER with a gunshot wound to the arm. Or maybe you were in line at Wal-Mart for 3 days and were fast enough/strong enough (and glad you brought that baseball bat...) when told the first 10 people to run to the electronics section would get a PS3. Whatever the case, you got one and you'll be damned if mind-exploding-WTF-level prices on eBay will make you part with it. So... now what. I'll tell you.
Anything that doesn't fit
Calm down Mr. Math, I got an A in calculus too. I do realize I can simplify that equation by droping the Pot, but that doesn't mean it would stand for the same thing anymore. Take away the marijuana, and you're left with an empty bowl. In case you're still confused, I thought Grandma's Boy was a movie about a video game tester. But that's like saying Weeds is about a single mom living in the suburbs.
And before you wonder why I'm combining a movie produced by Happy Madison with a TV show produced by Showtime, they do have more in common than a magical herb. Three simple words: Kevin freakin' Nealon.
To all of those people who were very dissapointed that actor Sean Astin was not even nominated for his role as SamWise Gamgee in The Lord Of The Rings, here is my tribute.
This is what happens when there is nothing else to update. So instead of an insightful rant on how Nintendo is Doomed, we are subjected to this list of the Top 15 (give or take 1 or 2) ways to beat NBrid at Literati.
Why do you suck so bad? Seriously, why? Maybe I can explain it to you. YOU SUCK! So here are 'real' answers to recent questions people from around the web continue to harass me with. Including questions on the PS3!
Sure, you and maybe a couple of your buddies stumbled across this little "NBrid" site a while ago and check back from time to time. But here's why I think you should visit us regularly, and start to roll with our crew.
"Business in the front, party in the back!" This fall we are treated to yet another great sitcom from former Simpson writers. Bah! Who am I kidding. After only one episode, I want my money back.