What's to say? I like videogames, otherwise, why would I be here? Other than that, I'm a college student (UC Berkeley 2010)and I do journalism. I was Co-Editor in Chief at my junior college paper, The Oak Leaf, until I transfered to Berkeley. You can read it online here. I even had a games column which is surprisingly popular, and people get a kick out of it.
I also write for a tech blog at LogicTV. It's a cool; check it out.
Sorry I haven't been around in a few days; I had a journalism convention to go to in Los Angeles. It was cool, but I'm glad to be back in Nor Cal.
Anyway, I was looking at my sister's magazine (Nylon, ok, fine. The ladies are sexy in it, ok?), and there was an article about Mila Kunis, star of That 70's Show and Family Guy and Robot Chicken.
The angle the writer was going for was how Mila is nerdy and down to earth. And the girl just might be that:
"Listen ok-- people bust out with 'Oh tee hee, I'm so nerdy.' right? I don't openly call myself a nerd because its become cliche, but I really do have the interests of a 12 year-old boy. I have every game console--the Wii, Playstation, Xbox, even Sega. I play World of Warcraft. And board games. It seems to occupy a lot of my time. You play Rock Band for four hours. It's so much more fun than getting wasted in a bar."
Oh my God. Listen, Mila, ditch that bitch Macaulay Culkin, move north, and we'll play Rock Band for more than four hours. I'm mean, seriously. This girl is the shit!