Posts Tagged With drugs
In the thrilling conclusion to our Left 4 Dead 2 trilogy, we do a deep dive on topics we'd broached in the last episode. Also, we leave for a while in the middle to go pee, so like, we should all maybe temper our expectations a little here.
From the crucible of conflict and survival, there arises a question that all must answer if they are to truly know themselves. That question is... not in this video. We had a different kinda whole, thing going on here.
Success in Left 4 Dead 2 relies on communication, strategy, and collaboration. Now, 11 years later, we investigate a new meta: rolling around in and hurling sewage at each other while Rochelle and Ellis take care of the scary bad men.
Any renter or home owner who has ever attempted doing, well, anything in an older building has had the pleasure of discovering relatively new concepts in construction like "safety" and "durability beyond the next ten minutes".
We've all been there. Driving behind someone who clearly shouldn't be trusted with the responsibility. What's more rare is getting the opportunity to truly understand this other driver.
In an effort to continue staying "hip" and "with it" we have stumbled upon one of the latest trends taking place in da club. Needless to say, we have canceled all such efforts for the future.
This game, much as Doom taught my generation to become blood-thirsty, merciless killers, is instilling the idea that drugs such as mushrooms help you get through life, thanks to the pusher known only as "Toad".
To celebrate the 2014 Winter Olympics, we've started playing a fun new game called "Sochi, or Fallout Wasteland?" The rules are simple, for each scenario, contestants determine if it happened in the post-apocalyptic video game series Fallout, or if it is currently happening in the very real city of Sochi, Russia.
Hey guys did you hear about Rob Ford, the crack-smoking, drunk-driving Mayor of Toronto? Well, unfortunately for us all, Twitter definitely has, and as always, they hold only the most interesting of opinions about him and the future of his career.
In his many years traveling this Earth, Pope has experienced a great deal, and learned even more. In our new series, Pope's Memoirs, he shares some of that immense knowledge with the rest of us. Or he just makes a bunch of shit up. It's really hard to tell sometimes.