Brian “EvilBastard” Collins’ House of Models

Well, let's see... I would have to say it all started back in '72. That was the year I was born. Grew up in sunny San Diego, and ended up spending the first 23 years of my life there. I could describe them, but I would bore you to tears, so we'll just leave it at that. I attended San Diego State University, and worked as graphic designer extraordinaire for Woodstock's pizza, where I continually drew little dragons (the mascot of Woodstock's), until I accidentally graduated from school.

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IROQ Clan: Immortal Rulers of Quake 2 Maps

Immortal Rulers of Quake [IROQ Clan] are not just an average Quake 2 clan. We are a group of close friends who have formed a very tight knit family, and Robin and I are very proud to say that we are part of such an excellent organization. IROQ originally began as a deathmatch only clan, but has since branched out into many other Quake 2 mods, including OSP Tourney Rail, Weapons Of Destruction, and recently into the Quake 3 world. The clan contains some very talented players, especially in the rail, WOD, and Quake 3 field, map and skin makers, as well as many members with a strong sense of computer knowledge.

GRAZING AT THE SERVER FARM by Dennis Cass, SPIN Magazine, July 1999

GRAZING AT THE SERVER FARM  Vaginal Love Beads, The Loser Rack, and a Shirt That Chicks Dig: A Three-Day LAN Party is Much, Much More than 4,320 Continuous Minutes of Quake. FEATURE by Dennis Cass. PHOTOS by Jeff Minton. SPIN Magazine, July 1999 FRIDAY SEVENTEEN YEAR-OLD TIFFANY BLECHA (A.K.A. MASCOT) doesn't play Quake 2 or …

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The First Online Pro Sport for the Computer Gaming Crowd: PGL Official News Updates, Seasons 1-3

The first online pro sport for the computer gaming crowd. Sponsored by AMD, hosted by Ten Entertainment Network, and driven by popular demand, the PGL will do for computer games what the NBA did for two peach baskets and a medicine ball. We're talking serious revolution. How serious? How about $250,000 in cash and prizes in the first year? How about "quit your day job and start honing your deathmatch skills" serious? Okay - now that we've got your attention, read on...

PCXL Magazine November 1998: Ping-Free Partying

PCXL Magazine November 1998: Ping-Free Partying Who Needs Online Gaming When You Can Lug Your Kit Around Town to Shout Abuse at Complete Strangers? Online Gaming is Dead. LAN Parties Are Where It's At. Now, why the hell would you go to all the trouble of unplugging your computer and monitor, putting them in the …

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