A Beer

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

A Beer:

‘Hello my name is’, an introduction to a game A ‘pas de deux’ or maybe a ‘ménage a trois’ Will we ever see ego’s great flaw All people are really justrepparttar same Be you called Arab or labeled another name Can we as humanity get beyond Join Thoreau at Walden Pond Feelrepparttar 150663 calm and Peace surround Free our hopes from sacred ground.

Take off our face To feelrepparttar 150664 Grace Afforded allrepparttar 150665 human race Move past Jason and his gold Welcome Jesus fromrepparttar 150666 cold.

Society is replete with these greetings Seldom leading to true meetings Though time is spent To some extent Thinking, feeling Not just stealing I must conclude most situations Eschew so much and bring frustrations Due largely to a lack of truthful teaching That each of us must dare to be reaching!

Classic Fragfest: Quake III Arena

Written by Austin Culley

As graphics technology improves in leaps and bounds forrepparttar next pc generation, more and more gamers expect, and more or less demand, new and innovating concepts to blow their minds. However, there are some games out there that simply standrepparttar 150556 test of time for pure entertainment.

One of these games is Quake III Arena from ID Software.

This game still remains, after half a decade, as one of those games that never seems to fade in appeal when it comes to going one-on-one against a fellow gamer overrepparttar 150557 age of fourteen. (The graphic nature ofrepparttar 150558 game is not suitable for children.)

Whereas there isrepparttar 150559 impending release of Quake 4, which will go more towards a storyline, Quake III Arena remains simple: Deathmatch - Hunt down and kill your opponent. This is your only task.

The game is a First-Person Shooter that takes place in a futuristic world, with gameplay featured on a couple dozen core maps. Your weapons, ranging from real to fantasy, deal out devastating damage. Powerups throughout these maps give you more speed, damage, etc; and each map is usually multi-levelled and reachable by various bounce pads, stairs, and elevators. You just have to watch aroundrepparttar 150560 corners, as you never know who's going to be camping there waiting to blow you away.

Now, whether your opponent be your best friend, your neighbor, your teenage kid, or your wife;repparttar 150561 joy of chasing them down and eliminating their ability to exist as a whole entity will continue to bring a smile to your face over and over again; and if no-one wants to play against you anymore because you're too much of a savage, you can always play against bots.

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