It’s time for a change. 2010 was a scary time. WikiLeaks, the earthquake in Haiti, the Vancouver Olympics, Ke$ha. What did I do during that time? Redesign the Pacdude Games logo to be slightly more gradient. Here, here’s a timeline. It’s like watching me and my design sensibilities grow up: Yikes. I question myself at such a young age. Never again. Anyway, I’ve decided to c
Casey Abell is an actuary from Flower Mound, Texas. His media literacy is very, very low. He wrote this on his website: Over at BuzzerBlog Cory Anotado bitches and bitches about the contestant interviews on the show. Cory seems to think the only thing that happened on the show was the interviews. But then he says that he actually liked the post-mortem palaver, which I thought went on too long.
This was originally posted on BuzzerBlog, that blog I made 10 years ago. Dan Patrick’s ready for the majors, but Sports Jeopardy! is still in Spring Training. Sony-owned Crackle made an interesting move over the summer: air a once-a-week sports-themed version of America’s most beloved trivia game. Sony’s tried things like this with success (Rock and Roll Jeopardy!) and failure (J
I’ve gotten a bit of flack today for an article I wrote called “Top 5 Game Shows to Watch When You’re Stoned.” Clearly, this is a humor piece. I wrote it in a way that suggests that the five game shows I’ve written about were colorful and trippy and that stoners would appreciate them. One stupid motherfucker who shall remain nameless has decided that no one in the the