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Leah Looks At: “Sleazeland”

Leah Looks At:  “Sleazeland”

In proper Goodfellow style, a mirage of cynical anecdotes in their many stages of incubation coalesce.  With a memorable opening setting, a man is shown the error of his self-centered ways when he refuses to pick up after his dog, who has dropped a gigantic deuce.  Our irritation is rewarded when the struggling actor Charlie […]

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Tutorial: A Fast and Dirty Ginger Brew

Tutorial:  A Fast and Dirty Ginger Brew

Hey everyone! I know some of you, like me, harbor a fondness in your heart for a chilled adult beverage. Enjoyed responsibly, of course. However, some of us may be restricted to a very tight budget. Today I am bringing you the results of a little exbeeriment I have undertaken to create a decent, drinkable […]

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Explaining the X-Plane

Explaining the X-Plane

  I happened to be in the right place at the right time, and was able to witness a webcast press conference from NASA several hours ago.  I’m excited to be able to share the information that I hastily typed out with you all. The conference began with what looked like a PowerPoint presentation, showing […]

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Leah Looks At: Forestry 2017 – The Simulation

Leah Looks At: Forestry 2017 – The Simulation

Forestry 2017 – The Simulation Released: Mar 25, 2016 Developer: Joindots, SilentFuture Publisher: United Independent Entertainment GmbH The game opened with absolutely gorgeous artwork. I dreaded razing this landscape of pristine pixels, and hoped that there was an environmental, conservation-based mechanic hidden beneath all of that programming. One of the selections to appear on the […]

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Leah Looks at “The Willows” by Nathan Carson

Leah Looks at “The Willows” by Nathan Carson

Leah Looks at Algernon Blackwood’s The Willows Graphic Novel Written by Nathan Carson Artwork by Sam Ford I am humbled to have received a review copy of this stunning adaptation of the classic Algernon Blackwood novella, “The Willows” from its author, Nathan Carson. My existing relationship with the willow tree of memory leads me to […]

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