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Tuesday, September 14, 2010 -

Quote to Live By:

“Nothing says ‘I’m sorry’ like a tuna cheese casserole.” – Tara from True Blood

Up Front:

Blizard Prepares to Ban StarCraft II Cheaters [Kotaku]

Gadgets:

Nation of Israel Buys @Israel Twitter Account From Miami Porn Site Owner [Fast Company]
Grasshopper robot to pave the way for hopping cars [Dvice]
Studios Choking Off A 3D BluRay Demand? [Deadline]
3-D Printing Spurs a Manufacturing Revolution [NY Times]
Craigslist to Explain ‘Adult’ Takedown to Congress [Wired]
List o’10 Everyday Things You Didn’t Know Were Made in Prisons [List O Plenty]

Gaming:

‘DMC’ trademark hints Devil May Cry sequel [Computer and Video Games]
Post-Structuralism in Video Games [Pop Matters]
Watch A Souped-Up Samus Fight A Giant Tentacled-Space Monster: The Last 10 Minutes of Metroiod: Other M [Super Punch]

Culture:

Inside the Other Watchmen Movie [Comic Book Resources]
11 Groundbreaking Comics That Sold For Over $70,000 [Blastr]
This is All Kinds of Wrong of the Day [Daily What]
Top 10 Geekiest South Park Episodes [Elder-Geek]
The Cats of Jersey Shore [Catsparella]

News:

Anchor Bay Picks Up Tekken for a Wide Theatrical Release in 2011 [Slash Film]
British teen, Luke Angel, banned from United States for life for offensive e-mail to President Obama [NY Daily News]
Punk Rock Artist Brian Ewing Brings DIY to Dark Horse [Newsarama]
Woman Obsessed With Computer Game Left Children To Eat Cold Baked Beans [Telegraph]
Magnet to Release Killer Pig Flick ‘Chawz’ [Hollywood Reporter]

Video:

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Nerdy Want:

The DTV (Dual Tracked Vehicle) Shredder (BPG Werks, $250 down payment)

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