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Superpowers, part 1

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We join our hero at the beginning of his journey, getting a heroic concussion. It's a much more efficient method than a radioactive spider, that's for sure.

E32K6

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WNV's analysis of E3 2006, part 2. Remember when Sony released a giant, overpowered, weird looking, new console? Yeah me neither.

Tinkle

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E3 2006: a time of great change in the video game world. We will all remember where we were the first time that Miyamoto pulled his Wii out for all of us to play with.

With Great Power...

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We get it, Lucas. You either die a hero or live long enough to see yourself become the villain. But a fucking wealthy villain, that's for sure.

I.Q.

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This is how I always react to people telling me stories I don't want to hear. I...I'm so lonely.

Lots of Teeth...yes.

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Chris Collins provides us a valuable public service announcement in the form of a life-lesson. Take heed, travelers, and do not fall into the same trap as so many before you.

Cookies

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Is it wrong that Pope regrets this joke even more than being a part of Circle Jerks and Fistmas?

Jedi Lottery

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I felt a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in terror and were suddenly silenced. I fear something terrible has happened. Except to that one guy who won. Fucker.

Boomstick

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Much like the boomstick in the timeless classic, Army of Darkness, this shotgun also holds far more ammo than others of its type. If you know what I'm sayin'.

Your Tax Dollars At Work

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This isn't a joke, they actually did this. Well, the first part at least. In 2009 NASA crashed a rocket into the Moon in order to kick up dust and look for water. We felt that this was a perfectly legitimate strategy and honestly think it has much wider application.