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July 31st, 2003
Following up to his review from yesterday of Pirates Of The Caribbean, Joe has now seen the movie and written his second opinion. Or has he really seen it? Keep guessing, Quincy!

July 30th, 2003
The Joe review explosion continues as he casts his critical eye (HE IS A CYCLOPS MONSTER) over the relatively new movie Pirates Of The Caribbean. Not that he's actually seen the movie, of course.

July 28th, 2003
More Tomb Raider nonsense! Joe has reviewed the latest video game starring Lara Croft, called The Angel Of Darkness. He shouldn't have to put himself through this misery.

July 26th, 2003
To show how modern this site is, Joe has written a review of the new movie Lara Croft: Tomb Raider: The Cradle Of Life. You'll be able to tell that he really loves this particular quality Hollywood production.

July 24th, 2003
A rare update to the part of the comics section that has ended up as the haven for all the crappy drawings nobody knows what to do with. Find out all about a night of drinking with Joe.

July 22nd, 2003
An udpate to the music section?! WHA' HAPPENED?! All you Americans can now find out about a British band called Busted, with views from both England and America on whether they're any good.

July 20th, 2003
The campaign to get Sheriff Gringo elected President in 2004 is off to a running start! Well, more like a limp, but we've got the first people featured who have made supporters' signs and stuff! Go see!

July 18th, 2003
Today you can read Joe's review of Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines, if that's the sort of thing you like to do. Or you could come join the rest of us losers on IRC!

July 16th, 2003
The second of Joe's three Terminator movies round-up, and by an amazing coincidence, it's all about the second movie! Unbelievable! When will the magic stop happening?

July 14th, 2003
Given the fact future California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger stars in the newly released Terminator 3 movie-thing, Joe's reviewed all three Terminator movies. Today, number one.

July 13th, 2003
More pointless links for no real reason! Today you should go visit a website called Kthxdie. A URL written in LOL-speak. Can it get any better than this? The answer is MAYBE.

July 10th, 2003
Joe wrote a review of Resident Evil: Gun Survivor 2 - Code: Veronica a very long time ago, but because I've been busy updating with links instead of real articles, it's only just gone up.

July 9th, 2003
Cheap plug time! Go visit Snowspot! I'm linking this person's site because they're doing the same for us and the guy said he liked this site, which is a rare occurence. Ho ho! Always with the self-deprecation!

July 8th, 2003
Lazy = Gringo. My brain popped and made me think it'd be a good idea to have a week of guest articles. Right. So send in your junk (even if it's two words long) by clicking here and we shall see what occurs. Exciting? No.

July 7th, 2003
It's nice to know some things remain the same no matter how many years pass. One such solid fact is that Dan Aykroyd will never make a decent sequel in his life. Today's evidence: Blues Brothers 2000.

July 6th, 2003
I'm too lazy to write something for an update today, so instead go and visit Shund's newly redesigned website Not At You. If you visit, I will be your best friend....FOREVER!

July 5th, 2003
The return of One Panel Comics! Not that the comics ever went away, but an intro like that almost sounds dramatic. Tomorrow, the return of plugging other sites in updates!

July 3rd, 2003
Joe wrote a review of Cowboy Bebop. I uploaded it to the site. Then I started writing this update, and decided to make it as straightforward as possible. I think I succeeded.

July 1st, 2003
Yet another guest review, and even more surprising, it's an update to the pretty sparse music section. As always, if you want to send something in for the site (regardless of quality), just click here.


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