Category Archives: Reviews

1.25.11 – All American Hamburger on LI

hit up the All American Hamburger on Massapequa, Long Island. you can find them here at http://allamericanhamburger.us/.  It’s a time capsule for fast food joints; it serves straight up just hamburgers, cheeseburgers, hot dogs milkshakes. no fancy bacon, avocado, nothing. Just … Continue reading

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1.24.11 – DC Heroes Pop-Up Book… Is Unnecessary.

this is from the final page of the DC Superheroes Pop Up Book, the worst tree coffin ever created.  There is about 14 pounds of ink and wood in this last page alone.   Notice how the pop-up extends like, … Continue reading

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1.15.11 – food lesson #1 – SUSHI

my dad showed me the ropes in proper sushi rollin. in order to make sushi rolls, it’s pretty easy. if you want to make sushi at home, it’s totally easy, cost effective, and honestly really as tasty as you can … Continue reading

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Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception

Let the video speak for itself. Prelim game footage. and   Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune was amazing when it came out, it was everything Tomb Raider tried to be, and something Indiana Jones could’ve been like as a video game.   … Continue reading

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Call of Duty: Black Ops

this game is madness. Since its launch in November, it has exceeded sales over $1Billion (Dr. Evil Pinky) and honestly, it deserves it.  If you already don’t know what the Call of Duty Franchise is about, youre either too old … Continue reading

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Black Swan

  Black Swan, by director Darren Aronofsky (Requiem for a Dream, The Wrestler) weaves yet another sordid yet beautiful tale of the journey to perfection with all of its impurities. Natalie Portman plays one of her most believable and powerful … Continue reading

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Post T-Day

Thanksgiving came, and went. I took it upon myself to make dinner for my fam and my cousins fam; being that my parents already work too hard and also, I don’t like fruit in my stuffing (raisins? blech.) THE MENU: … Continue reading

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