10 Amazing Games You Can’t Play Anymore…


Date: September 25, 2017

01) 10 Amazing Games You Can’t Play Anymore

“There are many games out there that are no longer available or playable. Especially some online features of games like the Nintendo Wii or the original Xbox.
City of Heroes was an MMORPG released on the computer where players were able to create their own hero and fight crime with friends or strangers. Halo 2 was arguably the best one of the franchise as far as multiplayer goes. Many loved it but did not enjoy the campaign. Mario Kart Wii introduced motorbikes to the franchise and also gave players the option to play on new or old circuits. The 1989 version of Tetris is one of the best released but unless you have a copy it is no longer playable. The original World of Warcraft is easily one of the best MMORPG’s ever released. Players from all over the world have created accounts and it is one of the most iconic games to date. Metroid Prime Hunters was first released for the Nintendo DS and later the Wii U. Unfortunately Nintendo shut down their online servers so the game is no longer available for multiplayer. Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World: The Game was a digital release for the Playstation 3. No physical copies were ever released and the game was no longer available after 2014. The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Anniversary Edition was only available for a short time from September 2011 – February 2012 and then a brief time in 2014. The game incorporated some new features that were not available in earlier released. Marvel Vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes was no longer available as of 2013 due to Capcom no longer porting the game. Phantasy Star Online was an online game for Dreamcast but unfortunately the servers have been closed for quite some time.
Have you played any of these games? Do you miss any of them?”


In Living Color…


Date: September 25, 2017

01) The BEST of “In Living Color” WANDA, FIRE MARSHAL BILL, Jim Carrey, Jamie Foxx, ++ MORE


Includes the following actors

“Fire Marshal Bill Burns” – Jim Carrey portrayed a crazed, masochistic (and supposedly immortal) fire marshal with a manic grin and laugh along with a scarred face whose safety advisories usually include demonstrating (on himself) the very disaster he’s warning against.

“Background Guy” – Jim Carrey plays a guy who does wacky funny stuff while news anchors are doing serious news commentaries.

“Vera de Milo” – Jim Carrey portrays a steroid-abusing female bodybuilder with a conspicuously flat chest and bulge in her posing trunks. Vera was best known by her unnaturally deep, breathy voice and grotesque, horselike laugh, along with a small set of pigtails.

“Benita Buttrell”, featuring Kim Wayans as an untrustworthy neighborhood gossip “I ain’t one to gossip you didn’t hear it from me”

“Wanda” – Jamie Foxx portrays Wanda Wayne, the ugliest woman in the world…so ugly, in fact, that no one wanted to be in the same room as her!

Wanda’s “Blind date” featuring Marlon Wayans

“Anton Jackson” – Damon Wayans portrays a filthy, drunken homeless person (he lives in a corrugated cardboard box) with a unique world view”

Now, “this”…is comedy.

I loved this show.

Sub-Blog Archive

Boy, 14, Reversed His Gender Transition After 2 Years…

Date: September 24, 2017

01) Boy, 14, Reversed His Gender Transition After 2 Years. He Changed His Mind But Now Has Breasts

“A 14-year-old Australian boy has changed his mind two years after he began gender transition into a woman with female hormones at age 12.”

I think it’s a bad idea, for anyone to start making physical alterations on themselves at that age.

Hypocritical Republican Wants to Ban Single-Payer at State Level…

Date: September 24, 2017

01) Hypocritical Republican Wants to Ban Single-Payer at State Level

“Republican Senator John Kennedy is attempting to stifle momentum towards single-payer by restricting states’ ability to implement it. He may soon offer a redundant amendment to Graham-Cassidy’s latest Obamacare ‘repeal and replace’ bill even though it already includes a provision that bans single-payer at the state level. So the party of “states’ rights” only cares about states’ rights when it’s convenient. And in order to prevent a “big government takeover” of healthcare, they’re hypocritically going to be restricting states’ autonomy.

Ted Cruz Blames Staffer for ‘Liked’ Pornographic Tweet…

Date: September 23, 2017

01) Ted Cruz Blames Staffer for ‘Liked’ Pornographic Tweet. Sure, Ted.

“During an intense fap session, Texas Senator Ted Cruz likely forgot to sign out of his throwaway Twitter account he uses for porn and accidentally ‘liked’ a tweet he presumably wanted to save for the ‘ol ‘spank bank’ on his public Twitter account. He decided to blame a staffer for this. Sure, Ted. Whatever you say, Ted. 😉

Full Clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6pAFuhT90W8

I did not know it was Ted’s personal account…Why would he have staff running that account?…That would kind of defeat the whole purpose of having a personal account…would it not?

I also want to point out, that retweeting is a two step process…making it highly improbable to accidentally do…And wasn’t this a case of retweeting?…Didn’t the tweet show up in his own timeline?…Only liking a tweet, doesn’t make that happen.

…Of course…nobody seems to be asking these questions.

I also find unsatisfactory, his response to the sex toy sale ban incident…

…He says it was a stupid law…but he still saw nothing wrong, in fighting to enforce it?

Convenient thing to say, now that it’s no longer relevant to his career advancement…but, in fact, is more of a liability…

That mindset, right there, gets to the heart of what I hate most about politicians…

…To many of them will roll with the way things are…even when they know it is stupid…counterproductive…corrupt…wrong…

…”Nothing personal”…”It’s just their job”…

Who are they working for?…Because it certainly isn’t me…nor a vast span of the population.

Hillary Clinton Attacks Progressives, Critiques Bernie’s ‘Medicare for All’ Bill…

Date: September 23, 2017

01) Hillary Clinton Attacks Progressives, Critiques Bernie’s ‘Medicare for All’ Bill

“Hillary Clinton has been making the rounds on cable news shows in an attempt to both (a) promote her new book, and (b) continue f*cking over America even more. Not only is she tripling-down on her attacks against progressives—calling them divisive, and implying that they’re sexist—but she’s also trying to undermine Bernie Sanders by criticizing his ‘Medicare for All’ bill and condescendingly implying he doesn’t understand his own bill and can’t determine how much it will cost. She’s also trying to persuade the Democratic Party to not give Bernie any influence. Thanks, Hillary!”

If we never had to hear the name Hillary Clinton again…that would be so, so, so wonderful…

John McCain Reveals His Graham-Cassidy Healthcare Vote…

Date: September 23, 2017

01) John McCain Reveals His Graham-Cassidy Healthcare Vote

“”Sen. John McCain of Arizona, the Republican who delivered the final blow to the previous attempt to overhaul the US healthcare system, may have done the same when he came out against the GOP’s latest healthcare legislation on Friday afternoon.
In a statement, McCain said the lack of “regular order” in crafting the legislation was what pushed him away.

“I would consider supporting legislation similar to that offered by my friends Senators Graham and Cassidy were it the product of extensive hearings, debate, and amendment,” McCain said. “But that has not been the case. Instead, the specter of September 30 budget reconciliation deadline has hung over this entire process.”

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Waking Up with Sam Harris #98 – Into the Dark Land (with Siddhartha Mukherjee)…

Date: September 22, 2017

01) Waking Up with Sam Harris #98 – Into the Dark Land (with Siddhartha Mukherjee)

“In this episode of the Waking Up podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Siddhartha Mukherjee about his Pulitzer Prize winning book, The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer.

Siddhartha Mukherjee is a cancer physician and researcher. He is an assistant professor of medicine at Columbia University and a staff cancer physician at the CU/NYU Presbyterian Hospital. A former Rhodes scholar, he graduated from Stanford University, University of Oxford (where he received a PhD studying cancer-causing viruses) and from Harvard Medical School. His laboratory focuses on discovering new cancer drugs using innovative biological methods. He has published articles and commentary in such journals as Nature, New England Journal of Medicine, Neuron and the Journal of Clinical Investigation and in publications such as the New York Times, The New Yorker, and the New Republic. His work was nominated for Best American Science Writing, 2000. He won the Pulitzer Prize for his book The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer. His most recent book is The Gene: An Intimate History.”