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Name: Rhonda Drummond
Date registered: November 15, 2010
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Witccan geek girl who loves anime, cats, RPGS, manga, steampunk, and retro radio.


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Angel’s Buffet and Catering – Chipley, FL

This entry was posted in Foods, Health & Food by Snowfoxx on

lsI had been in this establishment before, when it was the New Star Chinese Buffet. The new management took this place into a completely opposite direction, and Angel’s Buffet is now a purely Southern and Soul Food restaurant. Advertised as having the “Best Chicken Around”, the chicken did not disappoint! The skin was light, crispy, and not at all greasy. Sadly, on the day I came there, the other offerings were not quite as good.

There was a baked chicken with barbeque sauce that was a bit overcooked and hard to manage. There were only about five or six vegetable choices for a weekday lunch. Butter beans, yellow rice, collards, corn and snap beans. There were egg rolls that were very good plain, even though I do prefer them with duck sauce and Chinese mustard. There were baked sweet potatoes, rolls, and fried cornbread, which was pretty light and crispy, like the fried chicken. These guys and gals got making deep fried food down to an art. There was also an assortment of thin slices over various cakes for sweet options, but I did not partake of those. The sweet tea was light tasting, and not too sweet. On some things, they hit the mark, and on others, some improvement was needed. Another thing that was a let down was the fact that there was a wonderful chicken gravy, but no mashed or new potatoes to put them on. I tried it on the yellow rice, but it was just not quite the same.

The Hobbit An Unexpected Journey

This entry was posted in Adventure, Fantasy by Snowfoxx on

The-Hobbit-An-Unexpected-Journey-Movie-PosterFrom the smallest beginnings come the greatest legends. Things are pretty small where Bilbo Baggins comes from. He is a hobbit of means, content to live in Bag End, tend his garden, smoke his pipeweed, and enjoy a good ale down at The Green Dragon Inn. His life is simple, and it just can’t get any better, but one day his lineage catches up with him. Being of the line of Took, there is a mysterious lady that once became the mate of one Bilbo’s ancestors, and through this the great wizard Gandalf, thinks Bilbo might have the burgling talents to help a group of dwarves in their quest to regain their old home, in the city of Erebor with the Lonely Mountain. It just so happens that the city is inhabited by the nastiest of dragons, Smaug.

The Iron Giant: It came from outer space!

This entry was posted in Action, Adventure, Animated, Comedy, Drama, Family, Sci-Fi by Snowfoxx on

The-Iron-Giant-1999-Cover-ArtThere were many great animated films in the 1990s, but this has to be one of the best. Set during the Cold War, at the time of the launch of Sputnik and rampant McCarthyism, there was much for Americans to fear, especially things that came from unknown sources. In the winter of 1957, one great mystery came to a small town in Maine. Where it came from, we do not know, but this hulking robot had the capacity to learn from one young boy, Hogarth Hughes, about life and death, compassion and fear, and so much more.

Hogarth is a pretty self-sufficient kid. His widowed mother works at a local diner as a waitress, and is often asked to work extra shift. His late father was a test pilot in the Air Force, so science is always on Hogarth’s mind, but when a giant robot falls from the sky one night when Hogarth is watching scary movies by himself, he has to go investigate. He grabs his BB gun, but what he encounters is far beyond belief. After some misadventures, Hogarth and the Iron Giant become friends, and with the help of a local beatnik artist, they keep the secret from the town until a government agent shows up.

The Treasures Of Montezuma

This entry was posted in Casual Games, Match 3, Software by Snowfoxx on

Gameplay:★★★☆☆ 
Graphics:★★★★☆ 
Sound:★★★☆☆ 
Value:★★★☆☆ 
Fun Factor:★★★☆☆ 
Overall:★★★¼☆ 

This is where it began, with an archeology student, Dr. Emily Jones, and a mission, which turns out to be far more involved than she ever imagined. So, using a grid, some funky coloured stones, many gems, and some crazy magickal tools, she sets off to find the connexion between the ancient civilizations both in the New and Olde World.

So, here with go, with a swap-style match 3 game done during the earlier days at the developers of Alawar Games, when for some reason, they were rather picky on how one could proceed to the next level in one of their games. In The Treasures Of Montezuma, like in many of their earlier games, you have to get everything they requested in a insanely short allotment of time, or you cannot proceed to the next puzzle until you do. This is where those tools come in handy. Your best bet is to work with those things that grant you more time. The orange idols, and the little clocks that appear on the grid when you get a special combo or a big score. As many times as it is nice to hear that guy say “Score Frenzy!” it is not going to help you when you need that extra time to get all the gems needed to get to the next level, and the number keeps rising with next level.

Mannequin (1987) When she comes to life, anything can happen!

This entry was posted in Comedy, Fantasy, Romance by Snowfoxx on

Mannequin-1987-DVD-CoverWhen it comes to 1980s romantic comedies, there were many, and most were quirky and fun, and Mannequin is no exception. We start in some time during the time of the Pharoahs, when Emat-rat-su (Kim Catrall) of Emmy for short is disappointed with the life choices her parents are setting her up with. They have come to a last resort in finding her a husband, and she is about to be matched to a camel dung dealer. Emmy makes a prayer to her gods to find her a way out, and she disappears right before her mother’s eyes and we are in a cartoon history of Emmy’s adventures through the ages as she looks for her destiny, in the guise of the cat goddess, Bastet.