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March 7, 2020

I’ve been watching a ton of pool lately. As in guys and gals with pool cues, on a pool table, hitting balls into pockets. Not a bunch of people with funoodles, bathing suits, and suntan lotion.

Don’t ask me why I’ve become enamored with the sport, though I can assure yo...

June 17, 2018

I’ve found an apartment.

About a month ago I had taken all I could take of the man upstairs. Starting on a Friday night he, and his “lady friend,” had come home about 930pm only to rummage about the apartment, in and out of closets, banging furniture around… the usual a...

May 19, 2018

I woke up earlier this morning to the patter of rain outside. Shivering, I got up and made my morning cup of coffee. It was 63 inside, which granted is not freezing, but cold enough that if you’re not pretty active, you will be cold. It certainly wasn’t a good lazy Sat...

May 12, 2018

    I’m a person who needs extreme quiet to create. Not just to create, but to partake in the creative works of others, as well.
    At the very least I need the ability to control the noise and level. Chopin, Vivaldi are just two that I often use as the hammer to...

April 20, 2018

If you’re reading this, then you most likely have noticed I started a new comic. It’s called Box and Slime. It’s about a small, box-like robot named Box and an amorphous green alien named Slime. Original and thought-provoking, no?

It started out as a doodle that I did i...

March 17, 2018

Anyone who has ever lived in a downstairs apartment knows about the infamous squeak’n’creak. Whenever the person, or persons, above or next or whatever move around you will hear the old floorboards creak about. This will happen as an inevitable probability. If the buil...

February 10, 2018

I realize that this site has pretty much become dead. There was no announcement of its pulse slowly beating until it quieted to nothing, no morning of the loss, and indeed no funeral.


The good thing about things that die unnoticed is that sometimes miracles can happen:...

November 19, 2017

*Note: this was written two months ago, but became lost; thus never posted due to my hectic work schedule.

Last night I GM’d my first GURPS game. It was slow going at first, but in my opinion, most games take about 15-20 minutes before players start to loosen up enough...

September 4, 2017

The following is a review of  Brian McClellan's "Promise of Blood"

A quick background on the world in which this story exists:

It's a story that starts off on the eve of a coup. An inspector is called to the king's palace, only to find that the military has staged a re...

August 26, 2017

Villains - Queens of the Stone Age

Their new album arrived on my doorstep yesterday. I got home from a long day of work; I mean a long day of work. I was looking forward to it all week, really I was. They are by far my favorite band.

I poured myself a drink, leaned back...

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