Yu-Gi-Oh! – Legacy of a Duelist, a video game review

A video game review written by: Lee Sonogan (2015) Simulation, card strategy game There is a lot of Yu-Gi-Oh video games out there from the many years the series has existed. This one is underrated and very fun to play. With many modes and a cheap price this video game is available on PC and…

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POM Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, a documentary review

A documentary review written by: Lee Sonogan 1h30min (2011) Documentary, comedy A documentary about branding, advertising and product placement that is financed and made possible by brands, advertising and product placement. This documentary was made with a budget of $1.5 million and made approx. $700,000 thousand at the box office. Satire of all things product…

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Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe, a graphic novel review

A graphic novel review written by: Lee Sonogan (2012) Action, comedy “I already killed you once… And I bet you’ll come back again and again… No matter how many times I slaughter you. Your tendency to come back from the brink of death has nothing to do with your healing factor. Your mutant power isn’t…

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Trailer Park Boys, a tv show review

A tv show review written by: Lee Sonogan 30min (2001-2018) Comedy, crime Ricky: I love all creatures like gophers and deerts, and those things that fly and everything else, but fuck seagulls. I got no time for those cocksuckers. In honour of the 12th season coming out today I have not seen, I am going…

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Screamers, a documentary review

A documentary review by: Lee Sonogan 89mins(2006)Documentary “You can’t get to genocide without first visiting identity politics.” ― A.E. Samaan The informative film explores why genocides have occurred in modern day history. It features talks from Serj Tankian, lead vocalist of the American alternative metal band System of a Down, whose grandfather is an Armenian Genocide…

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Instant noodles, a food review

A food review written by Lee Sonogan (19th Century) “In 2005 … the whole noodle origin debate was stood on its head by a discovery made in Lajia, the so-called Pompeii of China. There, at an archeology site on the Yellow River southwest of Beijing, a vessel of millet noodles was unearthed. Radiocarbon dating indicated…

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Ten reasons why you should follow Ungroovygords

A list written by: Lee Sonogan Ungroovygords wants you to follow the blog/website. Some blogs are interesting, Ungroovygords has variety. That is the key to my blog. In this list I intend to tell you why my variety of content is worthy to follow. Follow me on the blog or any of my social media.…

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Wraps, a food review

A food review written by: Lee Sonogan (18th Century) Main course/Meat, vegetables This meal is a healthier alternative? Most wraps are made with a soft flatbread rolled around a filling/s. The usual flat breads are wheat-flour tortillas, lavash, or pita. Fillings usually consists of cold sliced meat, poultry, or fish accompanied by shredded lettuce, diced…

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Banjo-Kazooie, a video game review

A video game review written by: Lee Sonogan (1998) N64/Adventure, comedy, family Many tricks are up my sleeve, to save yourself, you’d better leave! This game made on the Nintendo 64 is one of the best platform video games ever made. The game is about the witch Gruntilda capturing Banjo’s beloved sister, intending to leech the…

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