Archive for September, 2003

    • Advanced Wars 2: Black Hole Rising

      by Haren

      My initial reasoning for buying a Game Boy Advance was for two reasons. First, that my OLD Game Boy (which now rests peacefully within my bedroom closet) was finally revealing to me the formerly hidden “wrinkles of age” (literally) etched across its ancient screen. Second, I was most interested in the original ‘Advance Wars’.

    • The Six Best Museums in London

      by MaxPower

      Not everyone has the chance to go to London; however, everyone should try to go at least once if only for the museums. London has over 200 museums which attract over 30 million people to visit them every year.
      Accordingly I have put together a handy package of information regarding each of the major museums in …

    • Peaked

      by David Gluzman

      You’d have to spend hours to be able to count all the mountain tops within your sight. The wind howls and you get pushed around a little, noticing that you are tremendously high up and one wrong move could land you a long way down..

    • Iran shirt shopping

      by Steve McGrath

      Iranians are so happy to meet travelers. You quickly attain celebrity status. It is great, yet it is overwhelming. Everyone is so nice all of the time it is impossible to get any freedom to do anything. It sounds strange and it is..

    • Rented Demented

      by Crom

      ..there’s a process that infuriates me far more then flying, that makes me want to take hostages, and negotiate with no one..

    • To Try and Cross Canada

      by MaxPower

      I recently had the pleasure of driving across Canada, well not all of Canada, but at least half, from the Rockies, through the Prairies, onto the Canadian shield and then finally descending into the so-called ‘Golden Horseshoe’ where a large percentage of Canadians make their homes.

    • Jason Nevins

      by Incentive Music

      I’m In Heaven is a toe tapping, contagious dancefloor smash that has already become one of the most played records on UK radio this summer. The disco masterpiece comes from Jason Nevins who is already responsible for the best selling dance record of all time – his remix of Run DMC’s “It’s Like That”.

    • Bonobo – Dial M for Monkey

      by Ninja Tune

      Simon Green aka Bonobo is back with nine perfectly formed tracks on a perfectly formed album. No huge, bloated, over-conceptualised rottage for the monkey man. He gets in, does what he has to do, gets out.

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