Archive for September, 2002

    • Apple iMac

      by Quasor

      Think Different.
      I’m a Windows/PC user. I write web applications for a living and the closest I’ve come to a Mac in the last 2 years is dropkicking a Tangerine iMac test machine. I’ve pretty much always dismissed Apple software as being a toy; their Operating System has sucked for the past 20 years. However recently, …

    • Movie: xXx

      by Crom

      The highly anticipated sequel to Fast and the Furious…. No wait. Like a few people I was eagerly anticipating the release of Triple X. Being an avid follower of bad movies I was expecting a bad plot, bad acting, huge stunts and tons of references to “Extreme” sport culture. And boy was I given all …

    • Nightmares on Wax – Mind Elevation

      by a parallel mechanic

      So I’m reading the review of ‘Mind Elevation’ in MIXER magazine and they write: “If you liked [N.O.W.’s 1995 release] ‘Carboot Soul’ then you probably won’t like the new album.” Then again, MIXER had P. Diddy on its cover claiming that he “invented the remix” (take that, Al Gore!), so what the hell does MIXER …

    • Oasis – Heathen Chemistry

      by Terence Leung

      Ok folks, I don’t know how else to say this, so I’m just going to say it: This “album” is pure shit.
      Pure, obsolete, runny and unholy shit.
      Is it all you need to hear then? Sweet merciful crap, review over.
      Wet, lather, rinse and repeat review. As a matter of fact, you can do the same to …

    • Bird Watching

      by David Gluzman

      ..the fact is men MUST checkout any hot chicks within their viewable area..

    • Insider Trader Living

      by Crom

      ..The judicial system of North America is a deflated tire, on a broken down buick. Rusty doors and broken off side mirrors, complimented by a fat, lazy, stupid, on the take, son of a bitch driving it..

    • Interview: Public Enemy’s Chuck D

      by Terence Leung

      ..In an online interview arranged by their new label Koch International two weeks ago along with a panel of journalists, we chatted with Chuck D about Public Enemy’s new album Revolverlution, hip-hop’s future, record labels and Michael Jackson.

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