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Article 8 Steps to Making a Super Cool Bulbasaur Costume

March 14, 2011


Article 7 Magic Cards Based on People who Play Magic

January 4, 2011

Filed Under   magic

Article Nerdy Facebook Timeline Covers

By Andrew Bridgman / April 26, 2013

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Filed Under   facebook   internerd

Article Weird Sexual Innuendos in Pokemon

By Staff / August 9, 2013

Filed Under   sex   pokemon   internerd

Article Neil deGrasse Tyson Can't Stop Blowing Everyone's Minds on Twitter

By Staff / April 8, 2014

The universe is infinite, and so is Neil deGrasse Tyson's ability to edutain us in 140 characters.

 

 

20 More Times Neil deGrasse Tyson Blew Everyones Minds

 

 

Filed Under   twitter   neil degrasse tyson   internerd

Article The 8 Types of Sims Players

By Andrew Bridgman / June 7, 2013

There is a clear temptation when you begin playing The Sims to simply make yourself and recreate the world around you. After all, you know yourself, but wouldn't it be great to see how a virtual version of you would react to a world where you're your own god? You can make yourself, your one bedroom apartment, and see how Virtual You compares to Real You. Can Virtual You get a job in politics by babbling in front of a mirror and telling gibberish jokes to random passers-by? Because that didn't work out so well for Real You.

Filed Under   the sims   gamers

Article Gaming Then & Now

By Andrew Bridgman / March 22, 2012

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Filed Under   nerds   retro

Article EA's Reponse To Being Named 'The Worst Company in America'

By Andrew Bridgman / April 10, 2013

In a recent poll on Consumerist.com, it was decided that Electronic Arts was the worst company in America. This is the second year in a row that EA has taken the top prize. In response, EA's COO Peter Moore has released the following statement:

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Filed Under   EA   totally for reals news

Article The NSA Infiltrates CounterStrike

By Andrew Bridgman / December 11, 2013
It was recently revealed through leaked documents that the embattled NSA were not merely running surveillance on internet and phone conversations, but also online gameplay communications (such as in the arenas of World of Warcraft, Second Life, and more). While this cost the organization a great deal in resources and time, ultimately no meaningful counter-terrorism intelligence was gleaned from the effort...EXCEPT THIS ONE.

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Filed Under   counterstrike   nsa   terrorism

Article Street Fighter Facebook

May 28, 2010

Filed Under   facebook