November 30th, 2002
Ross returns with a triumphant review of Japanese soap operas. Okay, so it might not be really triumphant, but who really cares? In fact, who even reads this front page?
November 27th, 2002
After what seems like many weeks (well, it has been many weeks, to tell the truth), there's a new fake site. It's Joe's first attempt, and a mighty fine effort it is. So there.
November 25th, 2002
Finally, the last part of the James Bond thing is up. At the end, there's a brief review of the newest outing for 007, Die Another Day. Here is a sneaky clue: the movie is no good!
November 22nd, 2002
Look! It's a beautiful, happy, shiny, sunny day! Go outside! Or, instead of leaving your computer, just click and read part three of my four-part 007 movies review. Then again, don't.
November 20th, 2002
It's part two of the four-part James Bond spectacular. Well, spectacular if you like that sort of thing. If not, don't worry, the last part will be up on the 25th. Then it's back to the quality reviews! Yes.
November 17th, 2002
With the 20th James Bond movie - Die Another Day - coming out very soon, I've decided to review every single official 007 movie in a four-part extravaganza of suck! Here is part one!
November 15th, 2002
Updates return! Oh no! Today you can read Joe's review of BMX XXX, a game which sucks so much, he hasn't even played it. In other news, birds pooping on your head in a foreign city = a win always.
November 7th, 2002
Today you can read all about my most recent trip to America, visiting a dive called Las Vegas. There's a long, boring story about how I should have been in California with Joe and his friend, but...oh well. Next update will be on the 15th.
November 6th, 2002
Well, it appears the people of New Jersey have decided that Sheriff Gringo's particular breed of politics isn't what's needed at the moment. The idiots! Read Gringo's final Senate website update and be glad it's all over.
November 2nd, 2002
You can now read an interview with Remi Olsen, the owner of a website called The Scumm Bar, which is dedicated to a pirate-themed computer game called Monkey Island. Quite.