Chromejob | Indy Week

Member since Jan 27, 2017


Former writer and film reviewer, public radio producer, USCG airman, film student. Currently a Business Analyst, NCMA volunteer, part time dad.



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Re: “Scott Crawford Refused to Sell Us a Plate of Food at Crawford and Son

Wow, that's beyond rude. Part of building buzz and reputation for your restaurant is being friendly, hospitable, a place to look forward to patronizing. To hear that the owner/chef refused service to someone is off-putting. It wasn't even clear (I presume) that Emma was there to review, maybe just have some food. Or maybe Crawford & Son don't want any cooks from other restaurants coming in. That, too, is pretty mean-spirited. I'll be avoiding them!

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Posted by Chromejob on 01/27/2017 at 4:25 PM

Re: “The "legacy" of TRON is real: Looking back at a ground-breaking movie

Another disappointment ... the original video game (4 games in 1) did pretty well, but another game that wasn't finished until a year later, Discs of Tron, was fantastic. Unlike a lot of platform shooters, this game was well thought out, not so difficult that had to spent $10 to play for an hour (I got up to 40 minutes on a quarter; at a certain level you neither get additional "lives" nor does the game up the ante any further). Did it come to home video game consoles? Nope. It's a free extra on the Tron Killer App Gameboy Advance cartridge. Playing on the handheld Gameboy DS just isn't quite the same. :(

Posted by Chromejob on 01/27/2017 at 4:16 PM

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