Well, I don’t know about you, but *I* am reading The Sandman Vol. 1: Preludes & Nocturnes and watching Fringe: The Complete Third Season. So… what are you reading and/or watching?
The problem with games like FTL and Witcher 2 is that, well, you can play them for weeks and weeks and weeks and I’m pretty sure that, next week, I’ll be saying “I’m playing FTL and Witcher 2” and the… Continue Reading
Well, we’re coming up on the weekend kicking off the birthday week. And what a week it was! I think I can just say “worst week ever” and leave it at that. (Today, it turns out, I had a 4.)… Continue Reading
I’ve been playing FTL (okay, a *LOT* of FTL) and I have gleaned a number of things from playing it and I would like to share some of these things with you. Now, these may be things that you’re likely… Continue Reading
This week’s Free Thursday must be seen. What’s your favorite prank on YouTube?
Okay. We’re coming up on the proverbial “birthday week“. The number one thing that I tend to ask for, for my birthday week, is a period where I won’t have to write any major essays. Glyph, bless his heart, has given… Continue Reading
Things Roger Goodell claims to care about: Player safety The integrity of the game Things Roger Goodell does to promote the things he claims to care about: Fine defensive players he thinks jeopardize the safety of a particular subset of… Continue Reading
For the last week, I’ve had the entire soundtrack to A Chorus Line playing in my head (1975, Broadway). Man I hope I get it. I hope I get it. How many people does he neeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeed? It was fun on… Continue Reading
We’re still *BETWEEN* bookclubs. However, if’n you want to get prepared for the coming Bookclubination and you haven’t already, you should pick up Fringe: The Complete Third Season and/or The Sandman Vol. 1: Preludes & Nocturnes. We’ll start up Bookclub,… Continue Reading
The moment you realize that you’re not watching the movie (or television series) that you thought you were watching. There’s a number of these in various movies that, in some cases, turn a pedestrian experience into a good experience and,… Continue Reading