A city (not in Baltimore County, Baltimore City is entirely separate) in central MD.
Home to many crab cakes, the Orioles, the Ravens, Harborplace, and many other nifty things
A show created in 1993 by Haim Saban, but with roots (and suits, stories, footage, etc.) from the Super Sentai franchise. The basic premise is like so: evil warlord/ witch/ Machine Empire/ empress/ squid/ demon/ mutant/ psychopath/ exiled ninja/ failed science experiment/ alien emperor sends down monster, heroes (5 or 6 usually) kill monster, monster grows, heroes jump into zords, kill monster again, repeat. Add tortured souls and their backstories for flavor.
Term used by Fox News, which is really false advertising. When they sued Al Franken over ownership of said phrase, they were basically laughed out of court.
Fair and balanced my ass.
Referred to on its website as "the convention of the otaku generation," Otakon began in 1994 as a small covention in PA. Today it calls both the Baltimore Convention Center and 1st Mariner Arena home for one hot summer weekend. It is now the largest anime convention on the east coast, and the second largest in the country. Otakon attracts visitors from around the country and guests from halfway around the world.
Whatever you do, don't go to Glomp Alley...
Somebody who uses excessive baltimorese, hon.
The O in the Anthem is just a tradition.
A rather true statement. Quality games and franchises made by Sega's internal developers include Phantasy Star, Sonic The Hedgehog, Shenmue (yes), Virtua Fighter, Space Channel 5, Super Monkey Ball, Jet Grind/Set Radio, Streets of Rage, Panzer Dragoon, the Shining series, and many more
Sega does indeed make quality games.
Obviously, somebody who dislikes games published by Sega, either with or without good reasoning.
Sega Slayer is a sega hater.