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Michael "Mitch" Mitchell

Michael "Mitch" Mitchell @MitchFizzl — Mitch spent his childhood in a dark cave being raised by feral penguins. While they were actually quite hospitable, Mitch always knew he was destined for something greater — the world of freelance video-game writing! And so he left his penguin herd at the age of 12 to fulfill his destiny. It took a while to make things happen, but eventually he reached the heights he knew he was always supposed to. He hasn't forgotten his humble beginnings, however. To honor the Arctic creatures who raised him and the cave in which said raising was done, he now writes about all things Blizzard while also spreading the good word of Shadow. One day, he will have spread the word of Yogg to everyone. He can usually be reached on Twitter (@MitchFizzl).

The Queue: Team Ketchup won, and I was a fool — a foolish fool

Man, I knew I missed Splatfests, but I didn’t realize just how much I missed them. It felt great to be back at it, and having it last 48 hours helped to take off some of the pressure of wanting to hit Queen/King. That said, after defecting from my original Ketchup pals who lost the first time around, I was served proper karma by losing yet again. Anyhow, Splatoon 2 is great.

You know what else is great? The Queue.

The Queue: Mayo vs. Ketchup Pt. II

Man, kind of crazy to think it’s been almost 3 years since my first Splatfest-themed Queue, huh? And here we are again, revisiting that fateful Mayo vs. Ketchup battle. I still don’t quite know why it came down to those two choices, and spraying white ink all over the map as Team Mayo is, um… interesting. But I am excited as heck, because I missed Splatfests so much.

The bonus Splatfest kicks off tomorrow at 3:00 p.m. Pacific, and (unlike last time), I’ll be repping Team Mayo. It’s gonna be a good time.

Anyhow, it’s Queue time.

The Queue: Tomorrow’s World

I think y’all know how much I like MUSE. If you don’t, well, I really like MUSE. That’s why, when I found out their lead singer had put out a new solo song, I was very happy. It’s slower, and it’s not necessarily my favorite type of MUSE song, but I still like it. And it hits that “new MUSE song” fix that I pretty much constantly have.

Anyhow, enough of that. We’re in Queuesville. Population: Us.

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