Monthly Archives: April 2012

Forgotten Warriors

A lonely figure shuffles across the floor in an empty hall.  Squeak, squeak, squeak.  Each step is itself a minor victory.  “I guess I should be grateful I can still move this well,” he jokes, even then with a twinge … Continue reading

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SitCombat: 4/5/12

30 Rock’s stranglehold on SitCombat continued with a fifth straight win on March 29th.  The absence of Archer following the completion of its third season has removed much of the competition (and, so far, suspense) from SitCombat. The Office has … Continue reading

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Presidented Without Comment

I was watching the most recent non-rerun edition of Saturday Night Live a few weeks ago when it dawned on me that the venerable late-night sketch comedy show hadn’t told a joke adverse to President Obama for three consecutive episodes. … Continue reading

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Robot History Month is Back!

The plight of the noble robot is one that is both under-reported and under-appreciated.  The month-long April celebration of Robot History Month attempts to remedy those injustices.  Last year’s edition produced several fine pieces of content that honored the sacrifices … Continue reading

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Approximately XXVIII Thoughts About WrestleMania

WrestleMania XXVIII (“28” for you non-Romans) provided a puzzling hodge-podge of sports entertainment that ran the gamut from sublime to ridiculous to ill-advised.  I’m not sure where exactly to place the aggregate, but it felt less-than-spectacular. Relax.  This won’t be … Continue reading

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