I Am Geek’s 1000th Column Celebration

Geeklings, brace yourself for a very generic opening but I honestly can’t think of another way to start this momentous column. The truth of the matter is, it’s best to just be matter of fact, I suppose, and give you a bit of insight on what’s circling around the inside of my head at this moment. Sometimes the best way to be clever is by … Continue reading I Am Geek’s 1000th Column Celebration

I Am Geek and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Geeklings, I have had a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day. I mean, maybe it’s not that bad but it’s been annoying. Annoying to the point where a stress headache has taken residence in the left side of my brain and it’s not overly powerful but more like a neighbor whose bass is up a little too loud and they’re playing Montell Jordan deep … Continue reading I Am Geek and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Looking For Distractions In the Chaos

Well, it would seem like we’re in the post-credit phase of 2020. The year is technically over but now we’re getting a glimpse of the things to, um, look forward to for the upcoming year. 2021 is only seven days old and already we’ve had a riot on the Capital Building, continued spikes in COVID, the Knicks came back from a fifteen point deficit… and … Continue reading Looking For Distractions In the Chaos

Ten Thousand Views Celebration

I’m not a crazy New Years Resolution guy. That doesn’t mean I don’t make them but I try to keep them obtainable. I feel too often we set these unrealistic resolutions and all they do is discourage us for the rest of the year, and 2020 was discouraging enough in itself. Mainly I focus on things like my yearly reading list (which I crushed) or … Continue reading Ten Thousand Views Celebration

Getting Back On Task & Tom King’s Rorschach

I was talking with my wife the other day about homework. Neither one of us have been in school for quite some time but the subject came up and I couldn’t help but feel that I miss homework. Not in a crippling way. It’s not like the “one who got away” and I sit here pining for hours of studies to do after work, but … Continue reading Getting Back On Task & Tom King’s Rorschach