The Black History Month Archive!

Click here to venture through The PractitioNERD’s Black History Archive, chronicling the achievements and contributions of African-Americans in architecture, technology, video games and professional wrestling! #BlackHistory #NerdHistory

ECW One Night Stand 2005 – Doc’D #16

In this month’s pro wrestling-themed episode of PractitioNERD Documented, or “Doc’D”, host Montez McCrary ventures to the revived land of extreme to discuss the 2005 edition of ECW One Night Stand. Read the rest of this entry

A suspended walkway above a courtyard in Gliwice, Poland

Vince McMahon’s New ‘Muscle & Fitness’ Cover Make Me Scared of Him Even MORE…


The fact the WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon is physically jacked-to-the-max is no secret to us, the wrestling fans. However, the fact that Vince McMahon is STILL jacked-to-the-max at the age 69 is simply astonishing. So everyone, take a good look at his latest Muscle & Fitness cover — yeah, he’s been there before — in which I suppose that look he’s going for is a re-imagined Hercules Hernandez and/or an older/richer version of the Junkyard Dog from the 1980s and 1990s. Read the rest of this entry

Not ALL Computers Work The Same Way…

The World Is Yours; Here’s ‘Scarface’ as an NES Game…

Scarface As An NES Shooter

In this country, you gotta make the money first. Then when you get the money, you get the power. Then when you get the power, then you get the women. Then when you get the women, THEN you get the 8-bit homage — because the ladies love cool games. The classic 1983 gangster movie ‘Scarface’ with Al Pacino’s Tony Montana and his M-16a1 machine gun would have made a really great side-scrolling shooter. And it’d need to have the craziest final level if it followed the movie’s story properly. Read the rest of this entry

Pool Safety at it’s MOST Ironic…

Annie Easley’s contributions to Modern Spaceflight

During Annie Easley’s 34-year career, she worked on and contributed to technologies and software that led to hybrid vehicles and great strides in spaceflight and exploration, and she did all of this as one of the first few African-Americans in her field. Despite racial tensions and segregation, Easley rose above, earning top marks and was the valedictorian of her graduating class to earn her a spot at Xavier University in New Orleans.  However, when relocating after her wedding, she was unable to continue her education in pharmaceutical medicine. But that didn’t stop her from moving her career forward. Read the rest of this entry

So, This MMA Fight Ended With A Hadouken…

campbell hadouken

World Series of Fighting 18: Shane “Shaolin” Campbell (Ryu) vs. Derek “The Gargoyle” Boyle (NOT Ryu)


For Under $500, Two College Students Built A Tiny House

Amy Andrews and Ethan Van Kooten built this tiny home almost entirely from scrap materials.Ladies and gentlemen, pull out your manilla folders and go ahead and file this story under the topic/category of “Inspirational Undertakings”. Two college students from Central College spent approximately 500 hours building this small, sustainable house in Iowa. They used any materials they could find and put to some sort of use, as well as receiving assistance of one father who knows his way around tools, and bought as little materials as possible during the building process.
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Some Chain Wrestling…From The Ladies (Natalya vs. Naomi)


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