Bathroom Reading List
In celebration of Bathroom Reading Month, everyone must find a copy of one of these books in order to relieve themselves of the time wasted in the bathroom.
How Oneonta Can Survive the Zombie Apocolypse
Sure, you and I are prepared for a zombie apocalypse for some time now, but how come the government is still ignoring this possible threat? This is no more -- the Center for Disease Control and Prevention is now aware and actively preparing for a possible zombie apocalypse. Be prepared -- this artic…
Orion Dino Beatdown — Jetpacks, Dinosaurs and Awesome
When I first heard about Orion Dino Beatdown, it sounded too good to be true. Everybody makes new and different games, but they're rarely a really new idea, and when they make things different it's usually something that ends up boring. Fighting dinosaurs with jet-packs and futuristic weap…
Strange Foods Around The World
In honor of May 24 being Escargot Day, I've compiled a list of some other strange delicacies that are willing to be eaten by people all over the globe.
Why No One Cared About “The End Of The World” Last Monday
Last Monday, on May 21, at 6pm, the world was supposed to end. It obviously didn't, but shouldn't there have been major looting, riots and repentance? Of course not. So many very crazy (or very smart) people have not only predicted the end of the world, but made sure that the every last pe…
7 Musicians You Can’t Live Without
In my "about me" post, I listed some of the bands and musicians I like to listen to. I decided to talk about them and describe what I like about the music they make.
Slogans That Would Fit Oneonta Better Than “Life Enjoyed”
When the new slogan "Life Enjoyed" was introduced to Oneonta in 2010, many people were disappointed and confused. "The City of the Hills" describes Oneonta well and is familiar to its residents. "Life Enjoyed" was supposed to be better for touris…
Memorial Day E-Cards
As Memorial Day is coming up, everyone is focusing on what they're going to do on it, who they're going to spend it with, and a few people are actually thinking about the veterans who fought to give us this holiday in the first place. Hopefully, these E-Cards give you a laugh rather than r…
Best Open Source (Free) Video Games
Open Source games are programs for which the original code has been released, meaning anyone can legally get the code for free, or more importantly, the game itself. This is a list of my favorite open source games, all are free, and most are available across Windows, Mac, and Linux computers.
Crazy Bunny Game — Jump ‘n Bump
Jump 'n Bump is a simple game in which players control bunnies which attempt to make each other explode by jumping on them.