I’m tired of politics. I’m tired of this fiscal year. I’m tired of staring at a blinking cursor and not writing. I’m going to sit down, read, and drink some bourbon.
As always: SPOILERS for the previous episode, speculation about the future. From top to bottom (ish): The North: Not has been shown north of the wall yet. Instead, we got the expected Arya reunion. She’s less weird than I expected, and the talk about her “list” was amusing. The scene between Meera and Bran was somewhat heart-breaking. I hope her… Read more »
Grilling and chilling…
Cindy isn’t going to be a direct hit but the winds are going to be bad enough to be inconvenient. Post later.
I take off just over ten days and the world goes bananas… Loser terrorists attack, two unfunny liberal hacks in trouble, and Trump turns from moron to Bond villain in the eyes of the left in one fell swoop. It wasn’t that long ago that we were all appalled by terrorism in the UK; now we’re all appalled again. Once… Read more »
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OR, time zones are kind of stupid Hrm. Apparently Word Press is basing the time of my posts off the straight UFC time. It is not actually 23:37 here right now. Far from it.
Well, I still generally feel more productive, smarter, and better overall with the 30 Days of Discipline bit. But I think I’m hitting a plateau. It might be time to spice it up a bit.
Everyone should do 30 Days of Discipline, Victor Pride’s “Boot Camp for Winners.” Toil at making yourself better alongside me. I’m on my second attempt at 30 days — last time I was cut short by my inner loser. Not this time: I’ve killed that fat bastard. My muscles ache and burn, and I want to do more. I blow… Read more »
First of all, two wannabe terrorists got put down. Then, Prenda Law got handed their asses again. Then, the radical feminists Joss Whedon allied himself with chased him off Twitter. Sir Whedon bravely ran away, ran away. And finally, Arthur Chu is getting his, albeit in some small, non-fatal doses. Perhaps the rage spiral he’s going to go in over… Read more »