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By Joe the Copywriter
Recession Gloat: Executives Too Incompetent to Fire Me

The past few weeks, national headlines swirled with distressing news for an American workforce already cowering in fear. As the world suffers the worst economic turmoil since the Great Depression, two-thirds of American CEOs plan to fire employees in the…

Feb 11, 2009 | Comments (41)

By Eileen Jones
Why the Academy Awards Are So Great

This will necessarily be a short article. The Academy Awards are so great because they keep us in touch with the ratty old values of our forefathers and foremothers. We no longer know how to churn butter, or why it’s…

Feb 8, 2009 | Comments (9)

By Gary Brecher
War Nerd Roundup: Mo’ Money for Mog, Bummer of A Gaza

I come back from sick leave and there’s a whole pile of wars in my “in” box, like one of those old office cartoons. Still got to write up the dustup in Gaza, and then there’s the so-called final victory…

Feb 5, 2009 | Comments (55)

By Joe Dodson
Review: Enter the Madness of Solid Snake with "Metal Gear Solid 4"

The new games on shelves this week are: Burnout Paradise for the (PC) – reheated leftovers. Ultimate Shooting Collection (Wii) – Extremely Unimpressive Unleashed! And… My World My Way (DS) – In this Japanese Pouting Sim, you play a little…

Feb 4, 2009 | Comments (28)

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By Pancho Montana
How my buddy was kidnapped and pistol-whipped for 22 days...and other Mexican kidnapping stories

MONTERREY, MEXICO — Kidnapping and Mexico, they go together like beans and rice. There has always been a kidnapping industry in Mexico. It’s not for nothing that we have become the kidnapping capital of the world. Yep, that’s a true,…

Feb 3, 2009 | Comments (30)

By Team eXiled
New Year's Greetings From Russia's Provincial Carmen Elektra

This hussie, named Karina Barbie, is hugely popular in Russia, a kind of low provincial Carmen Elektra. She’s originally from the central Kazakh town of Karaganda, which is a euphemism in Russian for “backwater.” Buck-toothed and head slightly askew, it’s…

Feb 3, 2009 | Comments (18)

By Eileen Jones
Taken: Back to Action Basics

Liam Neeson tries to be reasonable. Genre films are beginning to creep back into theaters after the big parade of Oscar-contenders—praise be to God—and one of them, a little actioner called Taken, is now tops at the box-office and deserves…

Feb 1, 2009 | Comments (16)