Archive for June, 2008

Zombies: one gun, one song, one sidekick.

Zombies: one gun, one song, one sidekick.

Zombies: one weapon, one song, and one sidekick. What do you choose? Thanks to special*dark.

Posted in: link and run, zombies
Check your statements: three bum charges on my bank card

Check your statements: three bum charges on my bank card

I looked through my bank check card statement this morning and noticed three odd charges from “Yahoo Voice” this month. Two were within a day of each other, and one was about ten days ago. I called up my bank and they are going to have to cancel my existing card and send me a […]

Posted in: gibberish
Noia Extreme 2.0 for Firefox 3.0 beta available

Noia Extreme 2.0 for Firefox 3.0 beta available

One of the more popular Firefox themes is now available for Firefox 3.0, albeit in an unofficial beta version.

Posted in: gibberish
SmartCarry concealed holster review

SmartCarry concealed holster review

DrFaulken straps on his Kel-Tec PF-9, a pair of tight pants, and reviews the SmartCarry deep concealment concealed carry holster.

Posted in: guns, review
Ticket to Ride on Xbox 360 Live Arcade today

Ticket to Ride on Xbox 360 Live Arcade today

The excellent European board game Ticket to Ride is coming to the Xbox 360 today. The game will feature local and online multiplayer. At 800 points the game seems like a must-buy. I hope they will release the other countries/games as expansions. Thanks to Arsian and 360 gaming buddy Agreschn for the reminder. Tags: 360, […]

Posted in: games
Electronic Catch Phrase game review

Electronic Catch Phrase game review

Need to keep your in-laws from punching each other in the face? Catch Phrase is a great game for big groups.

Posted in: games, review
My worst flying nightmare

My worst flying nightmare

Well maybe not my WORST flying nightmare – that would be a repeat of six infants with inner ear infections screaming for almost seven straight hours – but this is close. No tags for this post.

Posted in: gibberish
DeskPins!

DeskPins!

Multiple programs, multiple windows, multiple displays. DeskPins keeps important programs on top and in focus.

Posted in: review
Things I Want: Rev’it Cayenne Pro motorcycle jacket and pants

Things I Want: Rev’it Cayenne Pro motorcycle jacket and pants

Yet another installment of what I’d do with a stupid amount of discretionary money: purchase the Rev’It Cayenne Pro textile motorcycle jacket and pants.

Posted in: motorcycling
Freeway motorcyclists: California vs. Virginia

Freeway motorcyclists: California vs. Virginia

Maybe it’s the weather, maybe it’s the culture, but commuting Californians are smarter motorcyclists than Virginian counterparts.

Posted in: motorcycling