Okay, I'll bite: what is that thing? The Pez-dispensing cousin of the monolith from 2001? (Hey, it is 2010.) Whatever the case, it seems to have drawn a crowd--maybe a hipster infestation, even. (Don't feed 'em PBR after midnight unless you want 'em multiplying.)
Mr. Vinh's sleek deployment seems to have left his adversary a-jitter, perhaps rattled by the mass caffeine injection. The 24-hour party people might be bum-rushing that once-tidy scene. (And yes, I'm paid on a hyphen-per-paragraph basis.)
Totally unsurprisingly, I'm digging the bold type these guys are throwing down. Clean & readable without being sterile, and playing nicely with some warm palettes. (Mmm, warm palettes. Yes, I'm typing through lunch.)
Play by play commentary for this match is provided, as it happens, by John Nack.
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