tediz

April 17, 2001
'I studied philosophy in university and I always found it rather impotent. This is different. This is principle driven. It's practical. You can do something with it' [...] being definite, principle centered, and practical are not always good things. The Nazis were all of those things, more so than most people.
Mark Kingwell, "In Pursuit of Happiness"

Speaking of Nazis, my cousins and I were enjoying Conker's Bad Fur Day multiplayer. Especially the two levels that involve evil Nazi (well "Tediz") Teddy Bears vs. the French Resistance Squirrels. Shoot a Teddy enough and you blow his head off, with fluff coming out of his neck in spurts... the game has a lot of nice touches like that.