Starting in 1953 a new kid hit the block; his name is Richie Rich. One can imagine the opening to Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous in which Robin Leach begins the tale of Richie’s rise to fame and fortune. The contemporary version would be MTV’s Cribs.
Netflix streaming now has a documentary about the band Rock-Afire Explosion from Showbiz Pizza. As a child this was one of my favorite places to visit. It is an interesting documentary about the rise and fall of the Rock-Afire Explosion. It answers the age-old question of why Showbiz switched its name to Chuck-E-Cheese. Quirky, unique, and a little odd, this one is definitely worth a watch.
The Rock-Afire Explosion
This week the guys discuss the unfortunate death of Steve Jobs, Xbox360 goes TV, and Real Steel. Jay can’t wait to get rid of cable tv. Micah pays way to much for 3D. Matthew is ashamed of dancing white kids.
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Portal is a game very familiar to most of the gaming crowd. It was developed by Valve and was released on Windows and Xbox on October 9th 2007. I am not an avid gamer, but I absolutely love this game. Portal is a game that consist of a device that allows you to create portals through which you can teleport in order to solve puzzles. The player must use concepts such as linear momentum to navigate through these spatial puzzles.