Archive for the ‘Entertainment’ Category


December 19, 2007

CampaignSome of you gamers out there might enjoy this new political game called “Campaign.”  It looks interesting.  I shall try it soon if I have the time.

The Campaign Game is a politically-themed turn-based tactical combat game. You choose a candidate, pick your staff, and literally fight it out with the opposition—slinging mud, launching attack ads, and holding rallies to capture states and earn funds. Play single player or head to head multiplayer.

Here’s the basic instructions:

Capture regions, earn money for your campaign, and use your staff and cash to defeat your opponent! Detailed instructions provided in game.

Have fun.  And may the best man win.

Let us all know in the comments if it is worth the time.  Just scanning through the instructions leads me to believe this might be really neat.

— Psycheout


Saturday Night at the Movies

December 8, 2007

You’ve already had your Wednesday Night Cheese, now for a good movie. And the kind of movie Hollyweird no longer makes today.

Sunset Boulevard.

Mr. DeMille, I’m ready for my close up.


— Psycheout

Wednesday Night Cheese: Man From Atlantis

December 5, 2007

This is truly a liberal program at its worst. The Man From Atlantis. Enjoy.

The military is the enemy, and a liberal woman marine biologist (how’s that for a stereotype) is the hero, or shall I say, heroine.

This is the pilot. Have fun watching it.

Update: Bonus cheese. The opening of The Six Million Dollar Man. I’d hoped to find the coveted fembots episode, but that will have to wait for a later day.

We have the technology, we have the erector set, we have taxed Americans to death. And all they get is Steve Austin, the moronic woman, the bionic boy and the robot dog. Screw you, taxpayer. Enjoy!

Update 2: Extra bonus cheese! The intro to CHiPs with Erik Estrada’s teeth.

Update 3: Triple cheese on rye. I bet most of you never heard of this one: Salvage 1: a junkjard dog, by the name of Andy Griffith, builds a rocketship made of junk to salvage NASA’s nonexistent junk on the moon! Well, doggie!

And I didn’t include BJ and the Bear, Knight Rider, Love Boat, Fantasy Island, etc. There’s so much cheese, so little time. And only so much I can do in a single post. But in the future I will leave no stone unturned.

— Psycheout