Old School Video Game Review: Backbreaker

Backbreaker, an arcade-style football romp with no NFL licensing, promised a “real” football experience with a unique graphics engine and total team customization when it was released in 2009. The main selling point of the game was its unique physics engine, called “elation,” which promised uniquely different tackles on every play, something its then-competitors “Madden” and “Blitz: The League” (amongst others) were unable to offer at … Continue reading Old School Video Game Review: Backbreaker

Terrible shows my girlfriend watches: The Client List

At one point in the series she must decide if she wants to have sex with a client for $50,000, so she can pay her now returned husband’s legal fees, as he is now in jail for attempting to steal a truck full of copper, as well as the fees for special testing to determine if her son has a learning disability.

That all happens in one episode. Read that again and soak it all in. That’s one episode. Continue reading Terrible shows my girlfriend watches: The Client List

Through 2 weeks the Arena Football League is a lot of fun

Arena Football League

When the Arena Football League kicked off its 30th season two weeks ago, there was plenty of uncertainty and questions about how a five-team league would operate.

But through two weeks, league has been a ton of fun, a good sign and a great start for a league and sport that badly needed good news.

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Today, Halo Burger Reinvents the Burger Game…Again.

Seven days without Halo Burger makes one weak. That’s what the Holy Cow logo says at least. If you’re not from the Flint-Metro area, you’ve probably abused your taste buds by never having the delicious, fresh, American-made taste of a Halo Burger hamburger. Started in 1923 by the genius himself, Bill Thomas, in Flint, Michigan, Halo Burger is a staple of the Vehicle City. With … Continue reading Today, Halo Burger Reinvents the Burger Game…Again.