In celebration of our 100th article, the editors at HefferBrew, as well as some of their friends, celebrate the career, life and accomplishments of the greatest actor/human being of all time. The man, the myth, the legend, Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Sam takes a look at the classic sci-fi thriller from 1979 in his first edition of Movies That Rule. This movie needs no introduction.
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2K Games releases screenshots of Legends to be included in this years edition of NBA 2K13. Including, for the first time ever, Allen Iverson.
With the release of Madden ’13 upon us. Cameron, someone who’s been playing this godforsaken game for 15-years now, finally decides this may be the last year he purchases this damn game.
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With the help of Blake Griffin and the Lucas Bros, 2K Sports has released two new videos showing off a bit more of the downloadable content fans who pre-order NBA 2K13 will receive.
With the news of the Red Sox trading Adrian Gonzalez, Carl Crawford, Josh Beckett and Nick Punto to the Los Angeles Dodgers for James Loney, Rubby De La Rosa and some prospects. Cameron, a Red Sox fan, gives his reaction to the trade.
There is no read more on this one. I just want to make this as quick and as short as possible.
This trade was a big white flag on account of the Red Sox. I am a Dodgers fan, only because I believe it to be fine to root for one A.L. team and one N.L. team. That is beside the point though. The Dodgers won this trade and the Red Sox lost it. You can look at it as a new-beginning for the Red Sox with the pitching prospects they got. Or you can take the factor that a guy who is hitting .256/.302/.344 with four home runs this season, and really sucks is your new starting first basemen. James Loney was one big metaphorical white-flag in this trade, and as Red Sox fans we should be prepared to watch ‘Big Papi’ leave later in free agency too. Welcome back to hell Red Soxs fans, we’ll always have 2004 and 2007, and at Least we aren’t Cubs fans. Right?
In this week’s installment, Dustin sits down with the classic Diamond Dallas Page and David Arquette vs. Jeff Jarrett and Eric Bischoff match for the WCW title and how the outcome helped spell the beginning of the end for the company.