Loading... August 10, 2005

Posted Wed, Aug 10, 2005 by Boomjack

I've had an unusual writer's (I use that term loosely) block while formulating my next article for the site. I've ruled out my lack of a grasp on the language or my lack of sleep as the cause. Maybe it's time to watch a Bruce Campbell movie. That usually puts some crazy ideas in my head.
In the meantime read something funny that I had no part of writing, the MMOG Terminology Guide by Neddie Seagoon.
Now on to the real world. You can't make this stuff up.

  • Spam King Pays Microsoft $7 Million

    Nigerian general unavailable for comment.
  • New Lemurs Found in Madagascar

    Old lemurs found in N.Y. zoo. Plans for Disney movie sequel put on hold.
  • Cat Toilet Training Kit

    I'm not sure I'd be comfortable using a cat as a toilet, but I'd be willing to try.
  • U.S. Marbles Championship Pays $500 to Winner

    Endorsement deals could be worth almost as much.
  • Drunken Pigeons Wreak Havok

    Hit on ugly pigeons, fly under the influence, slur their chirps.
  • Lego Archeological Dig

    Still no sign of Lego-Ra or Lego-Isis.
  • Biblical Pool Found

    Filled with wrinkled old people swimming eternally slow laps.
  • $1.5 Million For Milk Monitor

    Classrooms filled with children applying for job.
  • Humpty Dumpty Stolen From Wall

    All the King's horses and all the King's men unavailble for comment. Announce CABAL Online Free To Play

Thu, May 10, 2007
Ares 1-year-anniversary event!

Wed, May 09, 2007
An Interview with Mike Wallis, CEO of Colony Studios
Tue, May 08, 2007

Ten Ton Hammer Blog Update for Friday, May 04, 2007

  • Shay's Treehouse- Spin Control? Shay looks at current events in the Vanguard Community.
  • So Your Wife Doesn't Game… - Salvaging Your Old PC Micajah asks for the help of the Ten Ton Hammer community in finding the best way to dispose of his old relic.
  • Not Funny Ever… - Go To Jail, Directly To Jail Coyote talks about how far a field things have gone when someone is arrested because of a video game.
Sat, May 05, 2007

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