Your CyberWar League reminds me of the old arcade game "CyberBall," a football variant where a team of robots (in some 4 or so configurations resembling blockers, runners, receivers and a QB) had to move the ball 40 yards (on a 200yd field) in 4 downs in order to defuse the ball, which would explode, demolishing whatever robot was carrying it. Every bot had a short, half-second or so speed-burst, which made for some great sacks when on D. One of the few sports arcade games I enjoyed, but like most, you had to keep plunking in quarters to play the full game.
--LAN3 Mon Feb 9 12:02:00 2004
Well, Kirk, I can think of one thing geekier than creating fictional team names and logos: collecting geeky work from your youth and posting it online. ;-) But, hey, we all visit this site because we enjoy it. So maybe we're even geekier.
--Max Mon Feb 9 14:09:32 2004
--Kirk Mon Feb 9 15:01:38 2004
Edwards/Kerry is the killer ticket, that probably won't happen now. Edwards, like you said, is friendly, youthful (though not young), and has a much better chance of pulling voters away from Bush.
--Eric Mon Feb 9 15:03:07 2004
Oops, hit tab too soon. Anyways, Edwards as President, Kerry as veep. Basically the mirror image of what we have now, with the dumbass at the wheel and the real politician riding shotgun.
--Eric Mon Feb 9 15:04:17 2004
I'm voting for Bush, but even I could tolerate an Edwards/Kerry ticket.
--LAN3 Wed Feb 11 00:57:25 2004
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