With Duke and Missouri being knocked out in the first round of the NCCA Men’s Basketball Championship. Alot of People’s brackets went to hell in a hand basket quick. With only 6 of the 8 top 2 teams in the tourney left who knows what will happen. With Sweet Sixteen starting later this week will more brackets be torn apart by more upsets or will they survive? Best of luck to all the remaining teams in the tourney and hope your bracket stays alive. Who does everyone have winning it all???
Archive for March, 2012
Tags: March Madness, NCAA Basketball
Tags: Denver Broncos, Peyton Manning, Tim Tebow
Everyone knew that the Colts were going to release Peyton Manning. They were going to have to pay a huge bonus for a quarterback whose health wasn’t guaranteed. They were also in a position with the number one draft pick to take one of the surest quarterbacks out of college since well, Peyton Manning. It was time for the Colts to move on and the only question was where was Manning going to go? (more…)
Tags: ac3, Bioshock Infinite, EA, GDC, Irrational Games, Kara, Ken Levine, Maxis, Simcity, ubisoft
Last week The Game Developers Conference or GDC, for those in the know, was held in San Francisco, California. GDC is an annual conference where game developers, publishers and media get together to discuss where the game industry is headed and what they have learned from the past. There are many presentations on a wide variety of topics, from industry luminaries to brand new indie developers. Usually not much comes out at this conference in the way of gaming news, but there were a few videos and announcements last week.
With March Madness getting ready to start this week on the 15th. This is my favorite time of year for College Basketball. Looks like the Kentucky Wildcats have been selected as the number one overall seed this year. The four number one seeds this year are the Kentucky Wildcats, Michigan State Spartans, Syracuse Orangemen, and North Carolina Tar Heels. Watching the selection show today has produced some good match up this year. The Mountian West has four teams in the tourney this year. The San Diego State Aztecs, New Mexico Lobos, Universtiy of Nevada Las Vegas Running Rebels and Colorado State Rams. This years tournament is going to be a good one. Who do you think will win it all this year?
I watched this movie on friday night, and sadly to say i was not that impressed with the plot of the movie. The visual and special effects were really amazing. But sadly that did not help save the movie. I give this movie 1.5 out of 5 stars. I would be very suprised if the ever make any sequels for this movie. So in my recommendations I would stay away from this movie.
I watched this movie last night and all I have to say is, it was one of the best movies I have seen in some time. The Navy Seals are amazing group of individuals out there. I give this movie 4.5 out of 5 stars. I highly recommend this to movie to anyone who is serving in any branch of our military.
Long before saving the earth became a global concern, Dr. Seuss, speaking through his character the Lorax, warned against mindless progress and the danger it posed to the earth’s natural beauty. When Dr. Seuss’ book The Lorax was published in 1971 it came with controversy and criticism. Many thought the book was too dark and gloomy for young children while others didn’t like the environmental message that came with it. So when the movie was announced 40 years later people weren’t sure what to expect. (more…)