CrunchFacts and Crackinho: A Crunchy Combo

Breaking news: our very own Japanese Correspondent,  Tatsumi Hiroya, has been selected to work on a special video game project. Tatsumi will be providing English-to-Japanese translations and subtitles for Black Onyx Interactive’s new game Crackinho: Beat ‘em up in the World! The game is based on the Brazilian super-hero of the same name. What surprised me…

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Follow CrunchFacts on WT.Social

The new crunchtastic social network from the founder of Wikipedia, WT.Social  is out, and has been crunchatized. CrunchFacts has their own, official subwiki on WT.Social, so please follow it for frequent updates and news about CrunchFacts, as well as frequent, bite-sized CrunchFacts, like this one: CrunchFact #201 Captain Crunch has never lost in a game of…

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Back from Smoko

You may have noticed that the CrunchFacts team has been silent recently. You may have attributed that to the fact that we were hard at work, thus the radio silence. You would be wrong. Neigh, it wasn’t hard work that kept these great Crunchtributors busy, but instead something far more important. We were on Smoko.…

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First CrunchFacts T-shirts are here!

Ahoy mateys! Chad Goldsmith here with big news! The first batch of CrunchFacts t-shirts are finally ready, handwoven by Horatio Crunch’s trusted crunchling worksman, Clutumnus. Crunch designed these shirts specifically to honor his beloved coworkers, back from his improv days. You can find the shirts, as well as other goods such as canvas paintings (hand-painted…

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Why Do We Take the “Truth” as Fact? (Franklin vs. Crunch)

Few men have had the wherewithal to lead the formation of a country with very little promise or prospect.  In the same vein, the life of a navy admiral–while woeful and lonely–can also up-heave men to the highest clutches of fame and glory due to the arduous, painstaking dedication required. It has been purported many…

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Ontological Horatiatic Musings

I would advise the faint of heart to turn away now—I would rather not induce a heart attack in you, my beloved reader base. For those with thicker arterial walls and not an inkling of tachycardia, I have a bold assumption to make: Captain Horatio Magellan Crunch is not real. Certainly, he exists a la…

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