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Day 303: Because I Forgot That Tony Hawk Came Out For The Switch [Top 5 Top 5 Sunday]

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As the title clearly shows, I completely forgot that the Switch port of THPS 1+2 came out. Not that I haven’t already played through the PS4/5 version 30 times already, because I have.… Continue reading

Day 299: The Continued Insufferableness Of Hollywood Hogan [Wrasslin’ For Lunch]

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I’ve been breezing through the WCW canon faster than a 24/7 Title reign. This could be attributed to the fact that Rachel has been going to bed super early, I’ve been staying up… Continue reading

Day 288: Baseball Haikus – Angels at Yankees 6/30/2021

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Trying to warm upThe paparazzi followsNo moments alone Master of the moundBlasts moonshots almost nightlyShohei Ohtani Top of the 2nd: Angels 2, Yankees 7 It fell apart quickWalking everyone in sightHe’s already out… Continue reading

Day 287: I’d Rather Leave In The 3rd Inning [Friday Thoughts W/ TeeCoZee]

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Good Moleman. Wait, there was no cane in Citizen Kane! Shhh…you wanna get sued?!? It’s Friday, July 2nd, 20Twenty1. The weather in Astoria is 77° & Pantone 17-1503 and somewhere, somebody is being… Continue reading

Day 286: 419 Words About Ice Cream

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It’s Thursday night. And you know what that means. It means I’m really late at writing and I looked for a prompt in a hurry. This weeks prompt came from my lovely wife,… Continue reading

Make it so, number one (Star Trek TNG)

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Bad Luck

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Blue’s Clues Reboot

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I’d Rather Have My Wife Write For Me [Sunday Thoughts W/ RageWynn]

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Hey hi hello good whatever time of day it is! Today is Sunday, January 12, 2020. The weather in Brooklyn is way too warm for January & Pantone whateverthefuck, and somewhere, someone is… Continue reading

I’d Rather Not Eat Melons With A Purpose [Friday Thoughts With TeeCoZee]

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Good Moleman. Are you really allowed to execute people in a local jail? It’s Friday, June 24, Two Thousand and Sixteen. The weather in Brooklyn is 86˚ & Pantone 283 and somewhere, somebody… Continue reading