November 29th, 2001
Joe's had another bout of laziness, recruiting Ross (oh no!) to write and draw a new Spurt. If the result makes you laugh, don't worry; it's back to Joe for the next comic.

November 28th, 2001
Mac And Me was a bad movie about an alien who came to Earth. K-PAX is the story of someone who might be an alien who's come to Earth. Thankfully, it's a good movie. And there's no one called Mac in sight.

November 25th, 2001
The puppets return! Again! It's been a while since I watched one of the Puppet Master movies. But I saw another one recently, so now you can read my review of Puppet Master III: Toulon's Revenge. Run away!

November 23rd, 2001
Dave Gorman and Danny Wallace are two British people who took on a unique kind of quest, which has been made into a television and stage show, a book - and now, an interview with this site. The greatest honour yet! Well, no.

November 21st, 2001
Apparently Chicago is quite a good musical. I've been to see it, but can't decide one way or the other. That didn't stop me writing a review of it, which includes my thoughts on the people that were in the theatre. Great.

November 20th, 2001
More Spurt. In today's installment you can learn all about metaphors. It's also the biggest cartoon Joe's drawn so far, and he seems to have forgotten the whole quality not quantity argument.

November 18th, 2001
There's a review of the movie Anywhere But Here up, written by none other than Darth Phenom. Strangely, his focus seems to be less on the cinematic qualities of the production and more on Natalie Portman.

November 16th, 2001
Ross has written what he considers to be a few important tips on how to succeed in life. Considering the article is up on this site, I think there's more than a little bit of irony involved.

November 14th, 2001
For once, this site has relatively good timing. Rod Lurie's The Contender has recently been released on DVD in the UK, so I've written a review of the movie. For anyone in other parts of the world, just ignore the whole timing thing.

November 12th, 2001
There's a new Spurt up, in which you can learn about the worst comic ever. Could this possibly be the great Gringo and Spurt cross-over everyone's been waiting for? No.

November 11th, 2001
Guest-writing-type-person Emma has written a hate-filled review of one of television's biggest curses, none other than Friends. That gives me more time to negotiate the rights to a Gringo movie. And lie.

November 9th, 2001
Hungry? Why wait? Forget Snickers - and their dubious peanut-chocolate content - and grab yourself a Ninja Burger, filled with Far East goodness! Go now!

November 8th, 2001
Spurt continues. Joe's written the first comic in his on-going series which I genuinely find quite funny. Then again, I like the movie Ninja Academy, so my opinion doesn't count for too much.

November 6th, 2001
The competition to win a copy of Ninja Academy on DVD is well and truly over. However, due to severe laziness, I've only just put up the entries and - of course - the name of the winner.

November 4th, 2001
The Last Crusade is easily the best of the Lucas-Spielberg made Indiana Jones trilogy. Read why, and learn how a certain Scottish man with a big beard helped make it so good.

November 2nd, 2001
Listen To Me is, admittedly, home to a few fools. Someone who isn't a fool and has a site about twenty-nine times better than this one is Tim of Schmea.com. His site may be closing down, which is not a good thing. Go visit. Now.

November 1st, 2001
Ross was originally going to write something about candy for Halloween, given the tenuous link between October 31st and the foodstuff. Showing off his usual skill with timing, he's only just finished it.

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