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My Homebrew Atari 2600 Games

Atari 2600 Homebrew Games

The Atari 2600, the video game console that popularized the use of microprocessor-based hardware and game cartridges, was released in October 1977 and peaked in popularity in the mid-80’s. It was officially retired in January 1992, giving it a lifespan of 14 years and 2 months, the longest in US home video game console history. Due to its significant impact …

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Chuck Norris vs. Yo Momma!

Chuck Norris vs. Your Mom

Ever wondered who’s more awesome between Chuck Norris and your mom? Well wonder no more! Outer space exists because it’s afraid to be on the same planet with Chuck Norris. Yo momma so fat outer space thinks they’re made for each other. Advantage: Yo momma Chuck Norris does not sleep. He waits. Yo momma so lazy all she does is …

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The Secret

Ah, yes. Beer. It’s been around for ages. It has been used in international trade and labor. It has been utilized as a weapon against loneliness and depression. It has served as a love potion, turning people into creatures of beauty who live life with reckless abandon. It has been a loyal friend and a trusted confidant. A provider of …

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Breaking News: Mooninite Invasion!

Mooninites

BOSTON, Massachusetts (CNN) — Authorities have arrested two men in connection with electronic light boards depicting a middle-finger-waving moon man that triggered repeated bomb scares around Boston on Wednesday, January 31st, and prompted the closure of bridges and a stretch of the Charles River. Meanwhile, police and prosecutors vented their anger at Turner Broadcasting Inc., the parent company of CNN, …

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Interrupted

November 22, 1987. Chicago, Illinois. Viewers of Dan Roan, the sports reporter of WGN-TV News Network at the time, were quietly watching Mr. Roan’s rundown of the day’s football highlights. The TV screen started to twitch. It distorted. And suddenly, a dude with a grinning face mask of Max Headroom greeted the viewers, much like what V from V for …

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Pluto: Planet No More

Pluto

August 24, 2006. The nine planets became eight. Yes, Pluto, the most distant planet from the Sun, was kicked out of the planetary club, with other members being Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. Pluto is now considered a “dwarf planet”. Planetary discrimination, anyone? Anyway, the resolution for a new definition of a planet by the International …