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  • There Was Always That One Kid That Ruined Every D&D Game …
    By on November 3, 2010 | Comments Off  Comments

    Herk the Moonsbane hefted his gargantuan blade, the weight of it causing even his immense form to stumble momentarily. He spat on the ground, grinned over at his comrades — most of them beaten, bloody, and half-alive — and he took a step forward.


  • 8 Questions Every WoW Fan Apparently Needs Answered
    By on November 2, 2010 | Comments Off  Comments

    Blizzcon 2010 let gamers try Diablo III and World of Warcraft: Cataclysm, giving them a sneak preview of the cause of their next failed relationships.


  • Every legal household in US pays $1,117 for Illegals a year
    By on September 10, 2010 | Comments Off  Comments

    The cost of harboring illegal immigrants in the United States is a staggering $113 billion a year — an average of $1,117 for every native-headed household in America — according to a study conducted by the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR).


  • How Banker Trojans Steal Millions Every Day
    By on February 22, 2010 | Comments Off  Comments

    redsoxh8r notes a blog post describing in some detail the operation of “man in the browser” Trojans used to empty victims’ bank accounts. “Banker trojans have become a serious problem, especially in South America and the US. Trojans like Zeus, URLZone and others are the tip of the iceberg. These toolkits are now standard-issue weapons for criminals and state-sponsored hackers. Like Zeus, URLZone was created using a toolkit (available in underground (more…)

  • Report: Sony Still Losing Money On Every PS3 Sold
    By on December 18, 2009 | Comments Off  Comments

    One of the main reasons Sony ditched the “George Foreman” build of the PS3 and went with the new “Slim” was to cut back on manufacturing costs. Try and get back into the black. But they’re not quite there.


  • The little things that every RPG should have
    By on October 8, 2009 | Comments Off  Comments

    It’s so easy to miss the little things in life. Those things that brighten up our day but are taken for granted and never really noticed outside of our subconscious. Like Sunny days or calls from a loved one or the fact that your parents will finally be dead one day. RPGs, much like life, are full of these little extra touches that enrich any…