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For those toting around a PSP, you now have a great game to buy and Primotechnology.com has the review for you:

Taking place before the events of the first two games, Chains of Olympus follows the adventures of merciless anti-hero Kratos, freshly employed by the Gods but no less irate from their endless demands. Tasked with overthrowing a plot to cast the human world into perpetual darkness and banishing the Gods to an eternal slumber, Kratos will travel across war-ravaged seas, demon-infested ruins, and even the smoldering pits of Hades itself, grudgingly working as the assassin of the Gods, until they one day fulfill their promise of having the haunting memories of his past atrocities expelled from his mind forever.

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The Hawaii Chair

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E9_amg-Aos4

This needs no introductions. Enjoy.

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I don’t have anything to say other than “What the ever living FUCK?!”:

A man reportedly held a knife to the throat of his 15-month-old nephew and decapitated him in front of his mother in a Saudi Arabian supermarket.

The 25-year-old Syrian man beheaded the toddler apparently after having a dispute with the toddler’s parents, his sister and brother-in-law, Arab News reported.

Another newspaper, the Saudi Gazette, reported that the toddler was 18 months old.

The killing happened in front of shoppers and staff in the fruit and vegetable section of the Al-Marhaba supermarket yesterday morning.

A police officer told Arab News: “The murderer was in a dispute with the boy’s mother and her husband. He chopped off the boy’s head in front of the mother to get back at her.”

Another witness, Abu Muhammad, who is in his mid-60s, told the paper: “It happened so quickly. Before people could intervene, the man had cut more than half way through the child’s neck.”

Another local expressed his disbelief that anyone could carry out such an act.

“No one could bear the gruesome sight of the boy’s decapitated body lying on the floor,” Muneer, a car mechanic, told Arab News.

“How could someone do such a thing?

“I just can’t understand it … I still can’t believe it.”

One shopper, Ahmed Abdul-Rahman, told the Saudi Gazette: “I was shopping when I heard a scream and saw people running toward the shop’s pastry corner.

“When I arrived there, I couldn’t believe what I saw.

“A headless body of a child lay on the floor and the head was lying nearby soaked in blood.”

The man was arrested at the supermarket, reports AFP. Murder is punishable by death in the Islamic country, and the sentence is usually carried out by beheading.

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October 15th

It’s been set.

Now to get everything in order.

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This needed to be said. Autism isn’t a disease. Just because we don’t understand how the mind works, doesn’t mean that we need to label people as disabled or broken or view them as non-persons.

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Love’s Power

Regardless of how much you don’t think it will affect you, love is one of those things that can take your breath away when you least expect it.

Yesterday, while watching Lost, I couldn’t help but stare at my fiancee. Instead of paying any attention to the marathon session I’m putting in to catch up with the rest of the world, I was too busy staring at the woman that I’ve vowed to spend the rest of my life with.

It will be four years this year. Four years of some of the most amazing and trying times I’ve had in my entire life. I’m overwhelmed by that fact. When I think about what we’ve been through, I can’t help but feel that this was meant to be. I can’t say one way or another if anything we do is pre-destined but I do know that her and I were meant to be together. Perhaps it was just circumstance or perhaps it was an act of things I can not hope to understand. Either way, we are here, together and happy.

Love is something I will never understand. I don’t think I want to. I just want to feel it.

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Primotechnology has posted an excellent review of the Wii game NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams. Here’s an excerpt:

NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams, a sequel to the 11 year old Sega Saturn game NiGHTS: Into Dreams that was Sega’s answer to Mario 64 on the Nintendo 64, tells the tale of Will and Helen, two children who find themselves trapped inside the dream world Nightopia. With many of the key development staff returning to again flesh out the NiGHTS’ muilti-verse, all of the trademark themes are here: cute nightopians, devious nightmarens, enchanting music, and imaginative visuals.

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