December 31st, 2002
Mike Fireball over at Poprocks & Coke got quite a few websites involved in a best and worst of 2002 thing. Before checking any other lists, read this site's lists of the best and worst things of 2002. Oh, and read Joe's introduction to the list.

December 28th, 2002
Jeff got the DVD of the Clerks TV series, and wrote a review of it. Honestly, that's all. What more do you want? Pointless filler text to make this front page seem like something worth reading?

December 25th, 2002
Joe told me to mention that when it came to this review, it was a choice between writing it or engaging in social activities with his friends and you are oh so lucky that he sacrificed the latter option!

December 24th, 2002
For today's festive update, Ross has revisited an old classic. Click the picture to find out what! Maybe there will be an update tomorrow. Maybe not! You keep guessing!

December 23rd, 2002
Anyone remember the Amstrad CPC computer? No? Yes? I certainly do, and thanks to the magic of technology, I was available to write a review of the really quite old game Official Father Christmas.

December 22nd, 2002
A while ago, I considered adding a book review section to this site. I could have included Charles Dickens' classic A Christmas Carol. Instead, I watched the movie Scrooged and wrote a short review of it.

December 21st, 2002
Ross has used his magic (yes, magic) to create another Gringo Flash cartoon. It's very funny, but that's because he mostly ignored my suggestions about what to put in it.

December 20th, 2002
For some reason, those money-making wizards over at NBC thought getting some of the cast from The West Wing to sing a festive song would be a good idea. How wrong they were.

December 19th, 2002
Darth Phenom's contribution to this Christmas week thing is a review of Home Alone 2: Lost In New York. Why, I don't know. Probably because the plot has something to do with Christmas.

December 18th, 2002
Christmas week is here, and you know what that means? Yes! Low-grade unfunny by the bucket load! The first article is by guest writer Sopa, who explains why the festive season in Argentina isn't so great.

December 17th, 2002
This site's Christmas fun week (with very little fun) starts tomorrow, and to get you in the festive spirit, Jeff has spent many hours working on a Christmas card for all to share. Go see!

December 16th, 2002
Sometimes it's really difficult to come up with enough text to fill the space of one of these updates. Take today, for example. I can't find a funny way to say there's a new UnFunny comic uploaded. Oh well!

December 14th, 2002
Time for a Fionn review! Today he's going about some musician called Grandaddy. I vaguely recall him saying "Don't ever use this review", but because my brain has melted I'm putting it up.

December 11th, 2002
Read this site's interview with Fred Willard, an actor who's been in a lot of well-known movies. If you don't read it, I'll be forced to come round to your house and inflict my company on you until you do. Get reading!

December 9th, 2002
You finally get a chance to see the first in Redukt's thoughtfully planned out series of Aquarium comics. Cue obligatory sarcastic comment about how they're not really thoughtfully planned out.

December 7th, 2002
Dan wrote something about cheese and broccoli soup. It is very long, and apart from putting in style things like italics, I haven't read it. Let's be honest, I'm not going to be the only one in that situation.

December 5th, 2002
Ha ha this-a-way, ha ha that-a-way, ha ha this-a-way, my oh my! Ostagazuzulum, that was the magic word! Ostagazuzulum, my oh my! He can do magic, magic, magic! Magic a rabbit, eight feet high! Also, a new rant.

December 2nd, 2002
So the campaign to get Sheriff Gringo elected to the Senate may have failed, but I've eventually found out what it's like to be a politician, with suck-tastic PC game Capitol Hill.

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