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In Which I Thank Kid Rock.

My name is kiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiid... er, say, can anybody spare a buck so I can buy a waffle?

“Kid Rock Pleads Not Guilty to Waffle House Battery”

Understand, I only vaguely know who Kid Rock is. I know he’s a celebrity musician, rock or rap or something, and I seem to recall a Dwarf associated with one of his videos. I know he has dabbled in the country music scene, and that there is a slight odor of proud white trash about him, and if he hasn’t had a reality show already I’m sure he will. I want to be clear that I can’t call a single tune of his to mind and that my knowledge of him is gained completely through cultural osmosis. And I want to thank him. (more...)



Trick-Or-Treat Adventure Quest: Download The Home Version!

Trick-Or-Treat Adventure Quest: Commander Claw fights the forces of evil on your own computer!

Remember that massive tribute to classic adventure games we released last Halloween: Trick-Or-Treat Adventure Quest? Of course you do! Chances are you're still busy trying to figure out who the hell to get some candy corn from so you can solve that C.H.U.D. quest in the sewers. Well, I just wanted to let you guys know that we've finally put up the downloadable "home version" of the game. It still has the same auto-save feature as the web version, so any progress you make will be saved even after you close the program (we tested it a bunch, but please let us know if you encounter any problems with this feature). Also, if you're on a slower computer, I *highly* recommend getting this version of the game as it will run a lot faster than the web-browser version. (more...)



The Wave.

Here at I-Mockery, our readership typically skews pretty young. That's why I come to you now with an educational opportunity. Don't worry, this won't take long, and I guarantee this will be a very important bit of knowledge. This is for all the young drivers out there, as well as for those of you who just haven't figured out how to drive at (I'm looking at you, city of Los Angeles). I'm going to tell you about an important driving maneuver that you aren't going to hear or read about in Driver's Ed: The Wave. (more...)


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