On Neoseeker today someone asked what I had against Discord. There are two reasons for this, but the reason I gave was the truer of the two. Okay, maybe "truer" isn't the right word. Maybe I mean "more accurate." Well, both reasons are accurate. Okay, just hear me out and maybe you can think … Continue reading A Bit Obtuse
Something that came up in conversation today was about video game rentals. I wrote about this one time I went to a Red Box and rented I guess it was Arkham Asylum. The thing was, the disk in the Red Box was scratched up beyond belief that my Xbox couldn't read it. I wrote to … Continue reading What’s A Yellow Belt Got To Do With Anything?
The title is a little Payday joke that sorta matches the tone of my feeling. I've been thinking a lot and said to myself "When did I get so boring?" I've been watching vlog videos and they just get a lot out of life. They meet random people and they just do things. I look … Continue reading MNA: You Are No Longer For This World!
I didn't feel so bad today despite work kicking the snot out of me. I'll be down to 1 day a week at second job which I'm hoping helps my mental health. I really shouldn't complain. The job really isn't that bad. The people I cater all suck, but at least I never see them … Continue reading MNA: The Question Is “What?”
Dear Rad Blog, When I was about 6 or 7 years old, we had this thing in school called rotation time or something. I might have made that up, but I remember there were certain sections in the classroom and we'd rotate every hour or so. Maybe it was less. Maybe it was more. … Continue reading No Arts For Trying
Some guy in my Payday 2 game asked "Do you guys like video games?" I gave him a "Not really" because I figured he was fishing for a "yes" or something. This then made me think of a post that gets a few views here and there on The Rad Blog. I wrote something on … Continue reading MNA: Vidya Gamez
Rad Blog. Mind the Gap is this weekly challenge from WordPress and the prompt really got me thinking. I'll be writing about it here. Anyway, the prompt or challenge or whatever you wanna call it was about how we perceive things and try them, but they never quite turn out as pictured or … Continue reading Hookshot Tightrope