Fans rejoiced this week when The Game Rag announced its return to the Internet after a long fought battle with its parent corporation Bein’ Lazy, LLC. For years, the video game news site was being held up in litigation by its owners and it was only this month that the issues being fought over have been cleared up.
“Bein’ Lazy had no right to stop us from reporting what’s going on in the video game world,” said Nathan Smart, the owner of The Game Rag to a marginally packed bedroom. “Now that we are past this, we can finally get back to work.”
The representatives from Bein’ Lazy have declined interview requests, saying, “We’ll do them later, just let us get past this level.”
Smart has assured his fans that The Game Rag is here to stay but is cautioning that this fight is not over.
“Bein Lazy is still in charge and we can’t change that. They are allowing us to come back but they have not made any guarantees that we will be allowed to continue forever. In fact, they’ve pretty much promised us that we will have to go away from time to time; possibly on a monthly basis.”
About The Game Rag
The Game Rag is the Internet’s number one news source for news sourced from other news sources. From its humble beginnings as a column in a street newspaper to its meteoric rise and fall following the video game news crash of 2007 (wherein a group of former IGN forum users murdered 45% of the leading games journalists), The Game Rag has always made its mission to bring the most accurate and racially sensitive information available to an ever expanding populace of Internet weirdos.
The Game Rag prides itself on the amount of information packed into each hastily written article. While most websites are content to give you high word counts with little to no substance, The Game Rag has been able to get its point across in mere sentences. For instance.
In addition to its main office in Christmas, Florida, The Game Rag has locations in Europe, South America, some parts of Africa, one part of Australia and in East Asia (whereabouts currently unknown).