Daniel Hulse enjoys music, movies, games, bikes, engineering, and Linux distributions. He is currently a student at Walla Walla University. You can view some of his photography here. He also has a tumblr.
Cut Paste Print’s resident video gamer. DSBwizzardscall is a young man currently attending RCC in Medford, OR with plans to attend WWU in Washington next year. Fluent in both console and PC gaming, he loves video games, with the Nintendo 64 era being his generation of choice. His favorite games are many, but some notables are Minecraft, Kingdom Hearts, and Fallout: New Vegas. He also enjoys EDM and a good cup of Earl Grey.
Between college work and creating content for Cut Paste Print, he is currently developing a computer RPG.
In addition to the resources noted at the bottom of this page, you can contact or follow DSBwizzardscall at his personal Twitter, @DSBwizzardscall.
-PC specs, this rig is used for all PC game reviews-
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit
CPU: AMD Athlon II X4 645 (Quad-Core 3.1GHz)
RAM: 8GB DDR3
GPU: AMD Radeon HD 6570 (2GB)
HDD: Dual 1TB SATA hard drives
Kayla is, obviously, very freckled and very white. Amidst these obvious set-backs, she can speak Spanish and swing dance. She’s an English major and therefore thinks she can read books and have something to say about them. This may or may not be true. She enjoys yoga, has the other half of Riley Parker’s brain, and is currently living outside of the US.
Musicalambrosia has no idea what she’s doing here, but will gladly impose her opinions upon the masses anyways. She is pursuing a degree in Psychology, and therefore has a great deal of interest in the internal conflicts and motivations of characters in every form of media. You’ll mostly see her reviewing movies, though, because that’s about what her attention span allows her.
Also, she would like to say that Riley Parker is not a hipster, and her taste in movies is better than his. So there.
Nick is the author of two books, with two more on the way, which has given him this odd idea that he can competently review other writer’s books. To give you an idea of what to expect from him, his favorite author is David Mitchell and his favorite book is The Sparrow. His tastes in reviewing also spill over onto movie scripts and song lyrics, so don’t be surprised if he starts talking about those, too.
Riley Parker is a certified cinephile, nerd, and hipster. He loves music you’ve probably never heard of.
He also likes piña coladas. And getting lost in the rain.
He doesn’t like yoga. And he has half a brain.
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