Winter feels like an excuse.
Every winter my motivation hits rock bottom and the days become a sordid haze of repetition. I get stuck in a funk I can’t really break.
I can’t recall the first videogame I played (I do know I once tried to feed an Atari 2600 Kool-Aid) but I do know the kind of games I first played. Super Mario Bros. was a big one.
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.