I’m an opinionated person.Read More
There’s a current rumour skittering across the floor of the Internet like a mutated roach that Bradley Cooper could be a potential replacement for Harrison Ford in a fifth Indiana Jones film if Ford, Spielberg and Lucas don’t get something completed quick and go into production with it.Read More
It’s rare for a death to be celebrated by so many, but when in your life you’ve spent much of it celebrating the death of people you never met? It isn’t surprising for the same to happen to you.
My life doesn’t function without videogames nearby.
When I was born, the house already had an Atari 2600. I once tried to feed it purple Kool-Aid. Turns out that was proof that when you’re at the age where people don’t actually describe your age in years but months? You’re actually who warning labels were made for.Read More
This winter is frustrating.
In a lot of ways I feel like I shouldn’t complain too much. Last winter was a serious low point in my life. Coming off of a nervous breakdown, depression and being derailed from my one year college program anything is better. And things are better. I’m now employed at a very good job that I’m pretty good at (but could be better) and I’m finally on Ritalin medication to help fix the A.D.H.D. that has been an issue for a large part of my life undiagnosed and untreated. There’s a lot of progress after turning 29 compared to after turning 28.Read More
News reports today say that Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead in his New York apartment by NYPD. He was 46. According to IMDB.com one of his last filming roles was for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2.Read More
“The news of my death has been greatly exaggerated.”
– Mark Twain, paraphrased
The reports coming out today on Nintendo’s reduced hardware sales projections have awakened the same banter that came from the Nintendo 3DS’ slow sales numbers two years back and the already brightly lit conversation that occurred earlier in 2013 when Wii U sales slowed to a halt due to a lack of software. It’s back to the Internet and game journalists alike playing Wall Street Kid and deciding exactly what is going to become of Nintendo in the future, now that the present seems dark.Read More
It wouldn’t be Justified without a blender mix of past, present and future.Read More
Free agency is all about commitment to the unknown. You know how a player has played previously and that’s exactly what you are paying him for. But you have no idea how he’s going to mesh with your team and no idea how he’ll perform over the years of the contract. All you can hope for is that he makes the difference you paid for him to make. Sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn’t.Read More