Video Game Tax – Yay or Nay?

Where ever there’s a mass shooting or grievous violence, the end fault always seems to land on the shoulders of “violent” video games. Not graphic violence on TV. Not graphic violence depicted on the news, or in the newspaper and other news media. Not graphic violence depicted in songs…we can still beat them bitches and hoes to … Read moreVideo Game Tax – Yay or Nay?

Do Games Fit into the GOP Agenda? Guess Not…

When I used to play the popular SOE MMO, Everquest, I made my rounds on the Nameless (formerly Innoruuk) server.  I was Kshali Mourningmoon, a high level pink druid that was a killer healer and raid leader.  Once a month I went up to Orlando and became Kshal, the red haired necromancer, and once a … Read moreDo Games Fit into the GOP Agenda? Guess Not…

Press Release Fails: Gamers Have Urges too!

Every great once in awhile, when I go through the various press releases and launch notices about new sites and innovations in, I come across something related to gaming.  This morning was one of those days when I came across a little gem of a press release. Evidently a dating site called DateaGamer.co.uk launched a … Read morePress Release Fails: Gamers Have Urges too!

Is Pot Farm Really THAT Sinister?

I can’t really say that I’m a Facebook Gamer.  I played Restaurant City for about a year before I lost interest and I dabbled in Hotel City.  But I never got sucked into Farmville like a lot of people I know.  However, today while looking through my news items (on Facebook no less), I came … Read moreIs Pot Farm Really THAT Sinister?

The Use of the Word ‘Gay’ in Gaming, Steampunk, Everyday Life

On Facebook, I follow the community page that is all about Steampunk.  I love seeing people’s awesome costumes, art work and constructons because it gives me ideas and inspirations of my own.  In fact, I’m planning on dressing up for the Elf Fantasy Fair Haarzuilens in April as Alex, from A Clockwork Orange.  Of course, … Read moreThe Use of the Word ‘Gay’ in Gaming, Steampunk, Everyday Life

Political Correctness in Halloween?

So we’ve taken the word ‘nigger’ and ‘injun’ in Mark Twain’s classic Huckleberry Finn.  There’s no more Christmas, Valentine, or Thanksgiving parties in elementary schools.  We now have Spring, Fall, and Winter festivals.  Schools have asked publishers to take a lot of religion and religious culture out of Social Studies books because Lord forbid, the … Read morePolitical Correctness in Halloween?