December 20, 2002
Demand seen also for ghost-eating pills

Some good news for the United States Army, for a change. If indeed people really do want to really drive certain cars, cars that they are only familiar with from their Playstation, then there's a decent chance that they'll want to kill terrorists because they kill them there too. In fact, if Lieberman was smart at all, and I'm not sure he is, he'd use this Gran Turismo car manufacturer study to make his point about people not truly understanding the difference between pixels and physics.

Me, I look for life to mirror games as closely as possible, except for the whole points thing. I hate points.

Posted by at December 20, 2002 07:26 AM
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then why are there hand-written high scores taped to the case of your Galaga machine?

Posted by: dbrown on December 20, 2002 09:21 AM

Hey, Cary started it. I was happy playing back before we could even see the score.

But 153,820, motherfucker. You'd be proud too. I got the third free ship. That's what I do instead of filing taxes. Speaking of points.

Posted by: Kevin Slavin on December 20, 2002 09:39 AM
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