When I was 14 I thought I was invincible on the Internet.
Pretty much everything I did had zero repercussions.
Spoiler free I promise!
With a 1985 birth, I’m a child of 90s animation.
My fellow progressives and liberals: In 2015, how ’bout way less outrage & “I can’t even” and WAY more laughing & counter-punching?
— Patton Oswalt
Promise. Guarantee. Oath. Decree.
Whatever word you want to use, there’s a good chance your brain holds it to a higher standard than resolution.
This is an introspective I’m doing for Final Fantasy III, better known as Final Fantasy VI for the Super Nintendo.
15 years ago from today, a film came out and changed my life.
While it was released on October 15, 1999, I didn’t watch it until 2000.
This was a bunch of tweets I made early morning on the 15th of October. I deleted most of the tweets to post them here instead.
Wish I could walk without pain.
Being North American (Canadian), my experience is limited to who experiences more prevalent to what is common with western culture.
To be antiquated to society frightens me.
I feel like it’s important to always be kept in the loop with what is going on in the world around me.
I’m sure you have seen something like this on Facebook. It’s a photo of an American soldier, maybe wounded and back at home.