Texting Fictional Characters

Over the weekend I finished playing the Mr. Robot mobile game and I discovered something. I love texting fictional characters! Which probably sounds strange if you know nothing about the game but allow me to give you a little background. The entire game is kind of a choose your own adventure/text based game with the characters of Mr. Robot. Mostly Darlene and Elliot, but mostly Darlene. The game spans about four … Continue reading Texting Fictional Characters

No Winds Of Winter, No Problem

“Heroes are quickly fashioned from the basest materials.  Quickly fashioned, and quickly replaced.  If I qualify, they are worthless.” If you’re like me, you have been waiting… And waiting… And waiting for George R.R. Martin’s “The Winds of Winter”. Now that the show has overtaken the books, it doesn’t seem as bad (unless you’re one of those sorts that avoids the TV show in favor … Continue reading No Winds Of Winter, No Problem

Guilty Pleasures: Birdemic: Shock and Terror

A million movies come out every year, and most of them (let’s face it) aren’t that great. But among those not-so-great movies are special films that sit precariously on the paper-thin line between terrible and sublime. They are movies that could not have been made that way if the creators were trying: they just happened, through some blessed series of events. These movies are called … Continue reading Guilty Pleasures: Birdemic: Shock and Terror

Dear Potential D&D Tutor

Dear Potential Dungeons & Dragons Tutor, Hi, my name’s Kevin and I’m the owner of this here site. It may be small but it’s got a big heart, and there’s a bright future. After you read this letter why not poke around a bit. You’ll probably find at least one thing that grabs your interest. All of that is besides the point though. I want to talk … Continue reading Dear Potential D&D Tutor