In his recent novel, Salman Rushdie shows how reinventing oneself is damned hard to pull off, even in New York.
Great by any name (The 40th, The Great G Minor, The One That Goes Dah-dah-dah, Dah-dah-dah , Dah-dah-dah-dah)
Thank goodness art can be reassessed!
Remembering pen and paper single player games… specifically, the Dragonlance one with the gnomes.
I understand that there is a “Big Game” coming up.
Come back, Queen Sheba.
I have been playing a *LOT* of Blackjack.
The joys of getting to know a little bit about the bad guy before the action scene takes place
Cultist Simulator is my game of the year.
Red Dead Redemption 2’s duality
Time to think about getting the presents you didn’t get from Amazon.
Once again, it’s that time of year!
Remember when you heard about a videogame and then got so excited that you drove everybody else nuts?
Prepare to do that again.
The End Of The Year Has Begun
Warning: glitter farts may occur within.
Grim Dawn reminds me of Diablo 2, kinda.
Take a deep breath while you can, while we prepare to pass through the in-between.
I finally figured out how to whittle my Steam Wishlist down to under 50ish games. (No, not by buying stuff.)
A logic problem about baseball: best of all possible worlds.
From us and ourn to you and yourn: Happy, Happy Thanksgiving.
Unless you’re in Canada.
Microsoft has purchased two of the best RPG makers in the business. What does this mean?
The last weekend before Thanksgiving.
Monty Python’s Flying Circus
The Paradox of Choice
(Only the mildest of spoilers)
Seriously, Just Crack An Egg
A family recipe
Red Dead Redemption 2
(Warning, contains some mild spoilers for the first chapter of the game.)
It’s the most wonderful time of the year.
A little childrens’ book about grieving.
The Rough Patch by Brian Lies
Ordinary Sunday Brunch is Ordinary Times cultural quick links for you enjoyment. This week; music, art, history, and food, with music to read, share, and discuss.
On not having anything to write about Red Dead Redemption 2 yet.
In prep for watching Daredevil Season 3, I go back and talk about Daredevil Born Again.
A look back on Red Dead Redemption and a look forward on Red Dead Redemption 2 (contains mild spoilers for the first minute or so)
Megamillions is up to $970,000,000
Sometimes it’s better when you don’t explain everything.