Cups ran over last night. So much to keep up with. We’ll start tragically and move to comedically and end with…adventure Last night was the first major Republican debate of this election cycle. It was entertaining—featuring much bombastic strutting, sniping, dishonest or ignorant claims (your pick), and a generous amount of self-congratulation. This last item might have made the whole affair seem tragically comic were it not for the lack
I’m still trying to make up for some time lost due to a 30-hour power outage and other unexpected wrinkles to my work schedule. Today has been a furious flurry (flurryious?) of activity. Still, I didn’t want to entirely miss one of my scheduled update days, and fortunately I had been able to write this on my Kindle before the battery died yesterday. I meant to post it this morning,
Dungeons and Dragons is a top-rated game in the United States, Canada, and the UK. It is an adventure board game that’s played with at least three players. Every payer has its character, and one player is Dungeon Master that is going to create the story and narrate the whole game. It’ a top-rated game among young people and enjoys its high reputation. Dungeons and Dragons game is an inspiration
I’ve recently announced my intentions to present some reviews here and elsewhere on a regular basis. For those interested in the details, they are as such: Reviews will focus mostly on independent, creator-owned comics and pretty much anything non-electronic game oriented. Why? Source: HannahBlumenreich For the indie comics, it’s an underserved niche, and as a publisher myself without a huge PR budget, I can appreciate the need for reader-generated reviews.
I promise… this is going to be my last Simpsons post for the foreseeable future. As suddenly as it arrived, the FXX Simpsons marathon came to an end at midnight on Monday. I enjoy the show. I find it clever in many spots, and overall not a bad show. Am I a superfan? Or even a regular fan? Meh. I like my animated features a touch more edgy and/or weird, but