I have been a PC gamer since 1988 when my dad brought home a Commodore Amiga 500 home for Christmas. My favourite genres are Racing and First Person Shooters.
Category Archives: Miscellaneous
Stop the government-takeover of our Internet – please sign the urgent petition (link) As citizens of the world and Internet users, we call on you to reject any changes to current Internet regulations that would weaken or alter the free … Continue reading
I just want to thank all of those people that supported me during my Movember campaign. With their generous support, I was able to beat my goal of $305 and go all the way to nearly $400!! Also, my team … Continue reading
Hey Garth! That was a haiku! I have decided to write my very own haiku detailing my experience as a Geomatics Technician at work. It keeps with the standard 3 line, 5 syllable, 7 syllable, and 5 syllable format. Enjoy. … Continue reading
I really like this little guy! Time to plug the Kawartha Turtle Trauma Centre, they do great work caring for and rehabilitating injured turtles.
Okay. So I now have my first two donations in the bag – one from my friend Marian Mocanu, and one from my Mom. I now have a total of $45. Thank-you very much!
This year I will be captaining the Ontario Public Staches at the Ministry of Natural Resources in Peterborough. We will be growing awesome moustaches and collecting donations in support of Prostate Cancer Research.
I really like this game’s style. Created by Vancouver’s Vblank Entertainment Inc., RCR is a parody on the open world action game in the vein of Grand Theft Auto,
Greetings; A quick post here. I wanted y’all to know about a neat upcoming game called Loadout that I found out about on TotalBiscuit’s WTF Is? series on YouTube.
Dear Friends; Since I started this blog, I have shamefully neglected perhaps my favourite PC Game genre: racing and all manner of ‘car games.’ Today, I shall rectify that.
Good Evening; As much as I love Steam and other digital retailers like GOG.com, it still makes me a bit sad (and angry) when I walk into a Brick and Mortar store like Future Shop and see the PC Games … Continue reading