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Steam: "We have enough server capacity to host legions of shovelware. But we can't handle the one time a year we know we'll be busy."


A quick check on IMDB confirms that John Cleese will not be in Fallout 76. Which automatically means it will not be as good as it could have been.


Also, unrelated to drag queens and gay shit. I haven't had a Razer mouse last longer than two years. What the fuck? For like 60 bucks I expect it to at least keep pace with my Chucks.


Oh hey, this is topical towards my upcoming blog post: Twitch.Tv/HavenCon (Crossplay drag show)


Vegas Oddsmakers are now branching out into Twitch streaming. Offering very lucrative odds for anyone willing to bet Logan Paul won't say the N word within his first month on twitch.


Drove by the wreckage of a serial bomber's last stand on my way to work this morning... Another things video games gets wrong. Thank god.


About to post blog about furry shit. Website says "Are you human?" Well fuck...


One week after the Furry convention I find myself playing A Night in the Woods. This feels like a reverse slippery slope.


This year I intend to get into the spirit of the season by continually eating Christmas Cookies until I am jolly.


One of these days I'll write a blog that's not mildly depressing. Or I may die tomorrow on my way to work. Both are possible outcomes.


Lifehack: Save money on games by making Bubsy your custom character on Sonic Forces


I like to write existential bathroom graffiti. "You'll never get these moments of your life back"


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R5H1YJobH2A Oh hey, this only has like... 15k views. Shame on you, internet! Shame on you!


Team Fortress 2 turns 10 today. Here's to 2 years of gameplay innovation, and 8 years of hats.


About The Baked Potatoone of us since 5:52 AM on 07.28.2013

Generic Texan gay gaming nerd in his late 20's, sometimes funny, kind of an asshole. Definitely a recluse.

Spent some time working support for video game companies.
Got a few fancy books and plastic statues in lieu of a living wage.
Spent a little less time trying to write for sites. One isn't around anymore, the other dropped me for a bad review.

And to think all this started with Disney DOS games when I was 4.