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Oh Shit, How Did This Happen?

May 16, 2011


Been awhile since I did one of these, eh? Somehow Jim Sterling figured out  how to keep making his shitty videos full of delusional crap in which he theoretically illuminates some aspect of gaming (which never needs to actually be illuminated) by spouting off his useless opinions on the matter and acting as if somehow […]

Overload Overload

February 17, 2011


Cannot handle sheer amount of stupid bullshit. Games, according to Jim Sterling: –Zelda: Shit -Zelda 2:Shit -Castlevania 2: Shit -Bioshock: GREAT GAME -New Final Fantasy: GREAT GAME Remember kids, new things are always better than old things.  Now, I know, in the past, it was marketers just trying to exploit kids (let’s ignore all those games […]

Jim "Trenchbloat" Sterling Actually Said This.

February 15, 2011


“Words like “rape” and “misogynist” are joining words like “emo” in the ranks of terms that have been so overused on the Internet, their inherent impact has all but disappeared.” Rape = emo in Trenchbloatia. 

Trenchbloat Is Still An Idiot. Gamers Are Still Embarrassing.

February 11, 2011


Somehow, Jim Sterling made an entire video about piracy, and never actually managed to address the core issue of piracy (namely that no material goods are being stolen, and that nobody can successfully demonstrate a correlation between high piracy and loss of sales). Note the added attempt to hide his fatness in the jacket. Also, notice his […]

Jim "St. Trenchbloat" Sterling Strikes AGAIN!

January 21, 2011


“Mindless fun is the most artistic form of expression I can think of.” He actually says that.  He is a FUCKING IDIOT.  As usual with Trenchbloat, I have no idea where to begin, except to note that the sentence above, a direct quote, is actually NONSENSE.  On a very basic level, it doesn’t make any […]

DERP DERP indeed, Mr. Sterling.

December 17, 2010


The patron saint of being an embarrassing gamer shows his head, yet again. Note: The content is almost as embarrassing as the outfit.