Sep 12, 2012

Happy 9/11 [2007 Edition]

This was my original idea for 2012, but I decided ID4 would be more recognizable. However, I had time to start and almost finish this one for yesterday, instead of waiting a whole year for it, decided to add it to the roster.

Rampage was a really popular arcade game in the late 1980's because you could basically break stuff up, blow stuff up, punch, kick stomp and chew people up... and all that for a measly quarter!

It revived interest in the Shit Wreckin' Department when it launched a sequel called Rampage World Tour on arcade as well on Nintendo 64 and the original Playstation. This image is based off the sequel. Another version was released around 2004 for the Playstation 2, but I hadn't even heard of it until I did a bit of research so I'm guessing it wasn't up to par (which is a shame).

Sep 11, 2012

Never Forget [to make fun of it] 2012 Edition

I know, I know. I haven't updated. But at least I'm one to keep at least ONE tradition, and that is to make humorous attempts to explain what really happened to the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center on that fateful 11th of September, 2001.

It's been more than a decade now since it happened and apart from the disparities in the official reports and the poor attempts to justify their incessant self-contradiction and flat-out fairy tales, we know have one invisible dead body. The same invisible body that was supposedly once (invisibly) alive in the caves of Afghanistan.

Well, this year's explanation has a lot to do with 90's, as opposed to the previous "Strict-80's" streak.

Not even a non-smoking Jeff Goldblum can hack into the crapload of American paranoia of today and make it go away with a laughing skull.

On a sidenote, since years 2007 and 2008 are vacant, I'm trying to make other entries, at least one. I'll update a bit  later on today.




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