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The Art of Getting a Good Selfie

Selfies are a popular phenomenon that is widely spread. From small family vacations to big ceremonies and festivities, everyone is taking selfies. Even the word “selfie” found its way in the Oxford English Dictionary. Through selfies people often get their first impression about the person on the photograph. There are different types of selfies that […]

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Exploring the Uses of Kik and Staying Safe

Are you the type of person that loves to keep in touch with your friends and family at all times? If so, you definitely need to check out Kik. It is possible that you remember the old BlackBerry messenger service. Kik was modeled after that old application. Kik is an instant messaging service, which is […]

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Iggy and the Stooges, San Jose Sat. night, last show ever?

Iggy and the Stooges will be going on an extended leave after headlining the C2SV Festival in San Jose this Saturday night. Who knows, this could be the last Stooges show ever. It includes James Williamson and Mike Watt. Bassist Mike Watt is best known for the Minutemen and fIREHOSE. I was lucky enough to […]

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Review of the new series Sleepy Hollow

There are few classic stories that hold a special place in my heart. So it makes me uneasy when I see a new re-telling of one. The pilot of Sleepy Hollow was something I was curious about.  The 1999 movie with Johnny Depp wasn’t bad I thought. But this was a series set in modern […]

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They Call Me Mad

When we think of the mad scientist we think of Frankenstein or Dr Jekyll. This is because of movie magic and the intoxicating belief that such mad men are mere fantasy. In They Call Me Mad,  John Monahan shatters the myth and gives us the true stories of the mad men that inspired these tales. […]

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Cosplay isn’t just for the professionals

As a fan of Cosplay I scour the conventions looking for the best costumes and the people who exemplify their characters. I have discovered that often it is the person behind the mask that makes a costume a success or a failure. People who dress up as their favorite characters do so out of a […]

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Thor Viking God of Thunder

The name Thor creates images of strength and courage. He is one of those Gods of old that has somehow invaded modern culture. As a gamer, I see Thor as a great deity to use in your campaigns but where do you go to learn about Thor and the religious rites that could be used […]

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DREDD Sequel Day of Action

An incredible number of people have signed the petition asking for a sequal to the DREDD film. The actual number is more than 80,000! Now the team behind the petition is asking for your help. They want to make a statement that will last. “We’ve already made the moneymen who could get behind a sequel […]

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Creer Pipi gives us some inspiration with his Azathoth Stunt

I am reading Donald Tyson’s Alrhazred right now, a very good book, and it got me to thinking about cultists and Azathoth and other mythos related things. In the end my thoughts turned towards Oklahoma and that Azathoth monument that seems to have appeared out of nowhere. When I think of the Midwest I think […]

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New Van Gogh proves Dr Who Exists

The Wall Street Journal reported: A previously unknown work by Vincent van Gogh, tucked away in an attic after the French ambassador to Sweden a century ago called it a fake, has been found to be real after all, a landmark discovery worth millions of dollars. The work, titled “Sunset at Montmajour,” depicts a landscape […]

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