Heisenberg’s Billboard


Brandon Isleib

Brandon has written a baseball book, has playtested a video game for a living, has written a law that gives specific powers to himself, and is proficient at making his bio sound more impressive than it is. He is @restlessmosaic on Twitter for non-baseball content and @baseballspotlit for baseball content.

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8 Responses

  1. Avatar Silver Wolf says:

    Tragically, like many virtues in this day and age, admitting your limits of knowledge is viewed as a flaw and “real men” bluster.Report

    • Avatar Brandon Isleib in reply to Silver Wolf says:

      Exactly – what activist group will keep its spotlight by saying, “Let’s wait and gather more info on this?” It’s also part of increasing technology and speed elsewhere in life. Twitter has a lot of people wondering why their remote control of life doesn’t change what’s on, because change and progress still are the speed they’ve always gone at.Report

    • Avatar Oscar Gordon in reply to Silver Wolf says:

      Remember the days when being a ‘real man’ meant being able to throw a football, and ‘real men’ would never even attempt pseudo-intellectualism, because that would make them look like a nerd…?Report

      • Avatar Pinky in reply to Oscar Gordon says:

        I’m not sure what you mean by that. In the “middlebrow” 1950’s, a real man was expected to be able to split logs, change the oil on his car, discuss art and politics…everything except cook indoors and teach his children.Report

  2. Avatar Jaybird says:

    Holy cow. This was a really good essay.Report

  3. Avatar Blomster says:

    Thanks for writing this. Beautiful and thought-provoking.Report