Sunday, July 04, 2004


Roman Candles are not weapons.

Hope all of you had a pleasant 4th of July.

Also, a special Churn shout-out to my pal Devin, who celebrated his birthday recently.

Churn Plug...

I recently got back into a PC game that was sitting on the shelf, and was reminded of how kick-ass it was. It's Mafia, and the best and worst way to describe it is a 1930's style Grand Theft Auto. Yes, it shares the same basic plotline [mission-based driving plus 3rd-person shooting] but with an atmosphere and attention to detail that is amazing. The city, cars, music and even the voice acting all lend an air of authenticity. The best part is that you can pick up this game for less than 10 bucks.

Well, I'm done for now. Just remember that there will be at least one firecracker that seems to be a dud, but will magically go off 3 seconds after someone says, "I'll check it"

Take Care,

Mike G.

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