Things move all the time. I know I do. This game, however, is called And Yet It Moves, and you’re just gonna have to click through to find out what it is that’s moving. Might be an Elephant, might be a sandwich,…
If Homer Simpson wasn’t so in love with donuts, I bet there would be far fewer patrons of donut places. I guess that’s why they gave him his own donut. That’s some meta marketing right there. Dunkin’ Donuts recently revamped their chocolate recipe with these new items.
Let’s face it, Buffalo Wild Wings is probably the best chain wing restaurant, and this is primarily because of their phenomenal and extensive list of sauces. Lucky for us wing fans, they just added two more: Jammin’ Jalapeño and Thai Curry!
Fallout 3’s DLC ranged from decent (Mothership Zeta) to phenomenal (Point Lookout), so one would hope that the downloadable content in Fallout: New Vegas might live up to the same potential. Kaitis is here to report that so far, it’s not looking good.
There was never really a point when I sat down and thought to myself, “I wonder if the guy that made Resident Evil will ever create a series in which you have explosive shootouts with endless amounts of Russian robots?” But I’m glad he did.
It’s like I always say: If it ain’t hot, it’ll bore your facial slot. I’ve actually never said that before, ever. I should start though. I should also start stopping these tangentially related digressions, but no thanks. Chick-fil-A Spicy Chicken Biscuit, anyone?
Apple’s iPhone App Store has paid off, big-time. It only makes sense, therefore, that they’d port the system to their desktop operating system, OS X. As of today, the Mac App Store is open for your purchasing and perusing pleasures!
I had no idea that Fritos even came in Flamin’ Hot, but I’m not objecting. They’re probably a little too boring to eat by themselves, but as a dressing for Taco Bell’s new beefy Crunch Burrito they happen to work pretty well.
If there’s any automotive equivalent to the Biblical three wise men, it’s surely James May, Richard Hammond, and Jeremy Clarkson. In this special episode, they travel from Iraq to Bethlehem, encountering war zones and sand along the way.
Dr. Dog is kind of a strange band… they dress like they’re miners and chimney sweeps from the 1930s, but their music tends to sound like it’s from the sixties. All I know is that they craft some seriously catchy, vocally rich pop songs that stick with you.
Rumor has it that before Oceanic 815 crashed, Ben Linus and Richard Alpert had one hell of a band. Some time before that word is Jacob and his Nemesis had one also, hence their strained relationship. I’d imagine Ratatat falls somewhere between.
Have you ever wanted to see your favorite bands performing songs in a location that isn’t quite so boring, non-moving, and doesn’t smell like stale tobacco and pee? Well Vincent Moon and co. have a treat for you. Check out La Blogotheque’s Take Away Shows!