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No fancy long-winded horseshit here. That's for the blog itself. :P

I'm a writer. I write stuff. Sometimes that means an act of bloggery, other times it means a story, and it occasionally means a long-winded essay about pretentious bullshit. When I blog or write pretentiously about video games, the resultant brain leakage will go here.

Also, I'm fond of cursing. You can decide for yourself whether or not that means this blog is "suggested for mature readers." Me, I don't think it's particularly mature or immature to curse. I think it's simply another mode of expression. I don't like to rely too heavily on it, though, so please do point out excessive cursing in the comments. Tends to dilute the point, you know?

So, you know, read it, don't read it. I don't particularly care.

(But comment if you do read, please! I'm an attention whore, like all writers! ;) )

Cheers.

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How many of you have picked up even a single gaming magazine in the past couple of years? Maybe you were in a bookstore recently, and you just happened to wander over to the magazines, and you scanned the aisles until you found the gaming mags? Do any of you subscribe to one? How about several? If you subscribe to 'em, do you read 'em?

I ask because I might write a blog on the subject, and I'm interested to see the impact print media still has on the hardcore. I've been reading and subscribing to gaming mags for years, myself.

Post your answers in the comments. I'll be interested to see how this shakes out.

Here is a random picture of a puppy to reward you for being good little internet people and taking my survey.




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