Monthly Archives: May 2015

What we learned from our latest Twitch marathon

This past Monday provided Aspen and I with a fresh opportunity to attempt a marathon stream on Twitch. Of course the last time we hosted a marathon stream was our 24-hour broadcast that left us battered and broken and excited … Continue reading

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Sausage Balls

SAUSAGE BALLS.  Just typing it, there’s something so deliciously dirty about this recipe.  And by deliciously dirty, I mean unhealthy and greasy in every possible way.  I don’t remember the first time my mom made these, but they are a … Continue reading

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Review: The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword

  It’s been four years since Nintendo released The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword for the Wii. It took a while, but I finally got around to beating the game. Naturally now seems like as good of a time as … Continue reading

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Recipe: The Poutine Dog

  The work of art you see above is our best attempt at the poutine dog, a culinary innovation unveiled by the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park for the 2014 baseball season. It tastes as glorious as it looks, and … Continue reading

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My thoughts after an hour with Splatoon

Nintendo launched its fledgling shooter Splatoon into the public’s hands this weekend with the Global Test Fire, a multiplayer stress test split up into three 1-hour long blocks. I was able to join in on one of these sessions this … Continue reading

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