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Subject: Arcade Junkie Appreciation Week

Written By: 2nz on 01/18/04 at 06:56 p.m.

This month is apparently brought to you by the letter 'A'. So in keeping with that theme, head on down to your local arcade and check out the works of Arcade Junkie. Actually, I don't know most of the bands that he parodies, so I'm making it my business to learn as many Earth, Wind & Fire songs this week as I can. If you like wrestling, games, other sports or just want a night of staring at a screen without the annoyance of sitting down, head on down to the Arcade. And here's a link to his parody page for easy access: http://www.amiright.com/parody/authors/arcadejunkie.shtml

Subject: Re: Arcade Junkie Appreciation Week

Written By: Johnny_D on 01/18/04 at 07:40 p.m.

I just checked out Arcade Junkie's parody list, and did some voting and commenting on some of the songs - good stuff there, folks!

Subject: Re: Arcade Junkie Appreciation Week

Written By: Paul Robinson on 01/20/04 at 00:36 a.m.

2nz - Gonna Check out "Arcade Junkie's" stuff starting tomorrow when I log on here.  Haven't been doing so yet so this could be a large bonus for me if I know the original songs.  Keep up the good work on the "recommends" friend. A valuable service many out here in parodyland appreciate.  

Subject: Re: Arcade Junkie Appreciation Week

Written By: Agrimorfee on 01/20/04 at 03:07 p.m.

They say "write what you know"--and it seems that Arcade Junkie knows ESPN and Video Games.  ;D Ain't nothing wrong with that. I hope that A.J. can branch out with more subjects in his (naturally assuming He's a He) repertoire of parodies.