It’s hard to believe that one of the most popular magazines in the world is about nerf magazines, but that’s exactly what happened on Thursday, when The Jerusalem Time Magazine published an article that is about to make your head spin.
According to the title of the article, Nerf magazine has created an “inclusive and inclusive culture,” and is “about a group of friends who love video games and want to be part of it.”
It is a sentiment echoed in an accompanying article, where one of its writers, Daniel Pasternak, writes, “The future is being made.”
The article is titled “The Nerf Culture,” and it features a list of the “most nerdy people” in the gaming industry.
While it might seem like a good start, it’s not a very good start.
For starters, it lists several prominent figures from the gaming world as well as a handful of notable celebrities.
Among the notable figures listed are actor George Takei, comedian Sarah Silverman, and comedian Bill Burr.
While Silverman is one of many who has publicly voiced his opposition to the use of video games as a tool for social justice, Burr, the author of “The World’s Most Dangerous Podcast,” also has a history of taking sides in gaming controversies.
The article ends with a plea for “a new world for gaming,” which is a very odd and not particularly inspiring sentiment.
The Jerusalem Times did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
It’s unclear why the Jerusalem Times decided to make a “New World for gaming” statement.
The Jerusalem Times is not a major gaming publication and its articles generally focus on gaming news, such as the gaming news surrounding the “Pokemon Go” craze and the “Super Mario Run” craziness surrounding the Nintendo Switch.
If you want to find out more about the “new world” that The Jerusalem Sun has created for gaming, you can read an article in The Jerusalem Daily News that also includes a list titled “A Nerf New World for Gaming.”