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The Jimquisition: The Weird Is Not Enough


3:20 PM on 05.16.2011



Who doesn't love weird stuff? Oddball videogames can be excellent, but they often fall into a very nasty trap. That trap is discussed in the latest Jimquisition, which comes to your computer monitors like a freshly returned Jesus. How lucky for you!

Thank God for me.






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