Fuck the Nines! Seriously: I don't even feel bad for you pricks!
Category: Nerd Life
Part One: The Train-wreck that just Keeps on Giving Part Two: A Technical Conglomeration of Suffering
I’m starting to develop a general theory that no anime that possesses the words “Record of...” or even just “Records” in general will be very good. Twice now I’ve been treated to anime possessing that word in the title and have been either overwhelmingly nauseated or underwhelmingly disappointed by what I’ve been subjected to (I … Continue reading It’s the Train-Wreck That Just Keeps on Giving (Record of Grancrest War – Analysis and Dissection)
My mind works in a never-ending parade of fascinations and borderline-obsessions: for several months I’ll be fixated on my miniature painting, then I’ll switch over to being engrossed with fiction writing, after a half year of that I’ll surround myself with gaming as the thing I cannot stop thinking about, et alia. I’ve been like … Continue reading Seven Years of Antics
I think it's safe to say that, at one point or another, we've been there: on a course or path that we've chosen and with full confidence in where we're headed. The mile-markers (or would kilometer markers be more appropriate?) have been tacked and, not to belabor the metaphor, the destination in mind. There's a … Continue reading A Curveball, a Rollercoaster, a Paradigm Shift
My never ending journey to fully, or even marginally, fathom the exact nature of mental health issues leads me through many retrospectives. There is, after all, no shortage of things to ponder: what specific events lead me to this point? Why does it seem that chronic anxiety tends to affect particular demographics more visibly than … Continue reading “More Than Just a Pretty Face” – Cosplayer Profile: Anniechie Designs
There’s been this game running amok in the world of indie games and social media for maybe a few weeks now, something of a different string of game experience. Under clever facades and brilliant writing, the collective internet has been exposed to the next big online gaming mystery that people are itching to solve, piece … Continue reading Bring Her (a Step) Back
November was an exceedingly busy month for me. I had finished a very taxing Chemistry class and had moved right along to a double-feature of English and Biology for the next term of my lessons. English wasn’t going to be terribly difficult for me, but I was anticipating it to be very heavy on homework … Continue reading The Conclusion of a Habit
While we technically live in a world without superheroes, we live in a world with our heroes. Except for me.
You know that great opening line from Fallout 3? This is kind of like, but less violent.