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Kenneth Arnold (KenjiMania)
Attended San José State University
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I guess there's the #Steelers.
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There'll be no teardown in Tampa, where the Rays instead opted to make some smaller moves—including a trade of a pitcher that brought back a disappoin
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My parents cat smells my farts. I'm amazed he's still alive.
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An attractive woman working at a dental office. Distracting
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Stephen Jones following in father Jerry's footsteps
Stephen Jones, the EVP, CEO and Director of Pla...
Stephen Jones, the EVP, CEO and Director of Player Personnel for the Cowboys, is following in the long shadow cast by his father Jerry, the Cowboys' o
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Continuing the work he started last season, GM A.J. Preller has spent the winter stripping the Padres for parts to try to accelerate a total rebuild.
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Despite the fact that Nintendo obviously wants to distance the Switch from the Wii U, after last night it's pretty clear the two consoles have quite a bit in common all the same.
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I selected diesel by mistake but quickly corrected it.
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I'll gradually update and add to this overtime. So hang in there if you have me in your circles.
Education
  • San José State University
    Communication Studies, 2009 - 2011
  • Homestead High School
    1999 - 2003
I don't have to express how I feel about the owner. He already knows. I'm glad I cancelled my subscription here two months ago before I moved to Pittsburgh, PA and onto better and more trustworthy comic shop owners. The guy is biased against anyone who likes anything he doesn't like and his sarcasm is annoying and tiresome. Glad I'm done with this place.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I don't understand some people problem with this store. It's clean and pretty organized. Doug, the guy I spoke with when I was there on Sunday July 7 was knowledgable and we talked a lot about gaming and all the various consoles. Yeah, the prices might seem outrageous for certain games, but tough, if you missed it the first time, that's on you. It was fun seeing vintage/retro games that I haven't seen in years, and I spent almost an hour and a half talking and browsing. The drive from Sunnyvale which is near San Jose to get to this place was an hour and a half drive, but it was worth it. Definitely recommend going here. Forget what other people say, they either don't understand business or lack any understanding of games.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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