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Call of Duty: World at War Zombies II Premieres for iPhone

Activision has launched Call of Duty: World at War Zombies II ($9.99), a single-level expansion title for its popular App Store shooter. World at War Zombies II introduces the new “Shi no Numa” swamp level and a variety of new playable characters, traps, and weapons, including the zombie-frying Wunderwaffle DG-2. Note, however, that the Shi no Numa [...]

‘The Walking Dead’ Shows Off One Hell of a Zombie Hicky

When it comes to zombie movies, there is often a lot of talk that happens for a long time without much to show it. Think World War Z. Thankfully, The Walking Dead has cast of the curse of development and has moved into the actual filming process under the guidance of director Frank Darabont. Now we've got photographic proof.

Why is Pat Buchanan Exempt From the Kind of Furor Directed at Helen Thomas?

It's past time to focus some attention on Pat Buchanan's long record of bizarre statements concerning Jews, Hitler, and World War Two. No related posts.

Holier than wow!

I've just got back from the Festival of World Sacred Music in Fez, Morocco, positively pullulating with multiple forms of musical spirituality that ranged from Burundi war drummers to stately Cambodian ballet. I won't fill in much detail at this...

'Star Wars' Cantina Scene Gets an Adidas Remix Starring Daft Punk and Snoop Dogg

4 years agoOdd : Urlesque

Let me begin my description of the video you are about to see -- an Adidas ad featuring celebrities inserted into the Star Wars universe -- with the following mental image: Snoop Dogg with a lightsaber. Yes, this Adidas World Cup ad places some awesome stars from the music, film and sports worlds into the Cantina scene from Star Wars. Show More Summary

The Legacy of War

This is one reason why Europeans understand war differently than Americans: An Allied bomb left over from World War II has exploded in Germany, killing three military engineers who were trying to defuse it. The blast occurred in the central city of Goettingen on Tuesday after construction workers building a sports stadium discovered it in [...]Show More Summary

Links 6/8/10

Humpback whales form friendships BBC Turkey bans use of Google, services International Business Times Helen Thomas, Christopher Hitchens, and being wrong Felix Salmon Liveblogging World War II: June 8, 1940 Brad DeLong Summer of Tears...Show More Summary

Russia Has Trouble Escaping the Past

4 years agoNews : Truthdig

By Ivo Mijnssen and Philipp Casula Russia has come a long way, but geopolitics in Eastern Europe are still overshadowed by a mutual distrust rooted in World War II.

Asymmetries

North Korea torpedoes a South Korean corvette in a clear act of war and all the world stand’s a-tiptoe, hoping not to offend the nuclear armed nuthouse. Israel enforces a blockade against an existential foe and is drawn reluctantly into a confrontation with agents provocateurs, leaving nine of them as “martyrs” to their cause, and [...]

Ships Of Fools, Part I

(Note: This is the first of a series on Hamas and the "activist" "relief" ships. I have no idea how long it will take me to say all I have to say.) The Muslim world believes it has hit upon a new tactic in their ongoing war to destroy Israel, one they think might finally work. Show More Summary

Liveblogging World War II: June 8, 1940

From World War II Day-by-Day >World War II Day-By-Day: Day 282 June 8, 1940: At 3 AM, aircraft carrier HMS Glorious sails for Scapa Flow with destroyers HMS Ardent & HMS Acasta (these vessels are not needed to escort troop transports). Show More Summary

1C Company brings screenshots of Theatre of War 2: Korea

You know, it's true, for every ten titles of World War II, there is maybe a couple modern fictional military shooters, four "pseudo-realistic" future titles, maybe a Desert Storm game, and if a publisher is feeling particularly adventurous, the Vietnam War. Show More Summary

June 6, 1944 D-Day, Do We Even Remember When…?

I am embarrassed to admit that I myself did not even remember until today that the Anniversary of one of the most important World War 2 events had just passed. The largest amphibious landing in history and one that almost failed. Yet the warriors of our second Great Generation (I tend to count the Founders [...]

Man Used Call of Duty to Obtain Child Pornography

This is just wrong on so many levels, including the fact that Call of Duty: World at War is rated 'M'

2010 World Cup Group G Preview: Brazil, Portugal, Ivory Coast, North Korea

If there is one group that the entire world is waiting for, it is Group G. Brazil, Portugal, Ivory Coast, and North Korea will all go to war in a group that could provide as many classic matches are the rest of the other groups put together. Group...Show More Summary

Rep. Dennis Kucinich: The Greatest Casualties of this Long War are the Children of the World

The War in Afghanistan has now surpassed the number of years we spent in Vietnam, making it the longest war in U.S. history. This grim...

World War II programming every weeknight at 8/7c!

World War II programming every weeknight at 8/7c! Join the Military Channel in a summer salute to a generation of great American heroes with stories... World War II programming every weeknight at 8/7c! is a post from: DefenceTalk | Defense & Military News - Forums - Pictures - Weapons

Art review: 'Arshile Gorky: A Retrospective' @ MOCA

4 years agoArts : Culture Monster

Arshile Gorky was an essential pivot in Modern abstract art -- a critical hinge between rarefied European aesthetics before World War II and a more muscular, thoroughly American variety that emerged after, in the late 1940s and 1950s. That's the...

Adidas Star Wars World Cup Commercial

Snoop Dogg and a lightsaber? Yes, please. Adidas has released a new commercial for its Originals line based on the legendary Star Wars Mos Eisley Cantina scene and geared toward World Cup watchers....

Honey as Medicine: The Sweetest Anti-Bacterial

4 years agoHealth : Blisstree: Feel

We keep honey in our pantries, not in our medicine chests, but that wasn’t always the case. Up until the Second World War, honey was used as an anti-bacterial to treat wounds. The medicinal properties of honey have more or less been forgotten with the development of penicillin and other... More Post from: BlissTree Honey as Medicine: The Sweetest Anti-Bacterial

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