Archive for March, 2010

Bryan’s Cigar List

Want to know what real men smoke? Well, your brother Bryan is here to help. I’ve smoked a wide array of cigars. And here are some of my favorites. I’ll order these in 3 price grades: Low  ($6 – $15 per cigar),  Mid ($15 – $20 per cigar), and Pretentious Douche ($21+ per cigar). Except […]

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Bryan’s One Word Game Review: Bioshock 2

Meh.

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Jon Stewart is a God Among Men

I’ll let this video speak for itself: The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Mon – Thurs 11p / 10c Anchor Management www.thedailyshow.com Daily Show Full Episodes Political Humor Health Care Reform http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/wed-march-3-2010/anchor-management

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How I Made Dad Proud

After reading my dear friend Chuck’s account of his colonoscopy, I was reminded of an event that will forever be etched into my brain.  Although Chuck still has that portion of his brain intact that allows him to edit himself, sparing you all from the horrid details of his excrement adventure that day, I am […]

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My Dainty Wife – Cherish Mundacity

She, in her dainty way, held the menu for the pizza place down the street, trying to decide what she wanted. Her elegant fingers held it with both hands, as she sat cross-legged, head tilted to the side ever so slightly in that way of hers.

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Mass Effect 2: Even More Awesomer Than the First

Yes, I know “awesomer” isn’t a word. I finished this one last weekend after being utterly addicted to it for a just over a week. It’s from BioWare, so it’s all about the story. I think the best part of the game is that you get engrossed in the story and your character. I know […]

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Your Colon and You

Several years ago, I had some pretty bad heartburn.  Antacids were my best friends.  Figured the reasons were that my diet sucked, I ate too much, and I was overweight.  Turns out, I was right.  Oh yeah, I also had acid reflux.  So my gastrointestinal doctor gave me two choices: either go on medication to […]

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Rant Alert: If You are Not an Expert, Then Shut Your Cake Hole

I am working my way through How Markets Fail: The Logic of Economic Calamities (Audiobook) on my iPod. As I listen to it I can’t help but think about the News “experts” who claim to know how to fix the economy. Most of them haven’t even taken so much as an Econ 101 class and […]

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Where Have All the Cartoons Gone?

I have an two year old son, and years from now when he is getting ready for school or just getting home from school, I wonder what will he will be watching? In the good old days, I woke up to Gobots, the poor man’s Transformers and as I got a little older came home […]

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Finding Fideism (Fuh-day-ism)

I recently finished Martin Gardner‘s “The Whys of a Philosophical Scrivener”. Gardner is a Fideist, which describes anyone who uses faith to come to certain truths. William James, John Dewey, Blaise Pascal, Soren Kierkegard, were considered to have some Fideist tendencies I am of the opinion that there are two ways of interpreting the world […]

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