Monthly Archives: June 2005

The Digital Scapegoat

For the most part, I try to keep Geek in the City out of the social and / or political arena. I have my viewpoints and people who know me know what those points are. To me, politics is a … Continue reading Continue reading

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Sean Penn as the Joker and the Rumor Game

The above rumor comes fresh off the boards of another poorly written and Geeky pop culture site. As always, after reading the “insider scoop” gleamed from NOW magazine out of the U.K. I found myself drawn to the comment board … Continue reading Continue reading

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Like Crack, Except Plastic…and Legal.

For the first time in a good long while your friendly neighbor Geek found himself with a completely free weekend. Tempted I may have been to sit on my butt and frag digital demons all weekend I decided to get … Continue reading Continue reading

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Richard Cheese: Aperitif For Destruction

Fix yourself a cocktail, take the plastic off the couch, and kick back in your smoking jacket to enjoy Aperitif for Destruction, the latest album from Richard Cheese. This man is so hip I’m surprised he can see over his … Continue reading Continue reading

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Two Scores, Two Blockbusters

I love movie soundtracks. From pure musical scores to inspired by albums, at least half of my entire music collection is made up of movie, stage, and television soundtracks. The reasons are simple, most scores tell a complete musical tale … Continue reading Continue reading

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