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
Rad Blog, Miniature is the daily prompt today. As usual, when I say "prompt" I mean "one word reaction" since that's what they've been doing there for the past, well, year now I guess. So, I'm making my own challenge here. I'm going to write a whole contemplation post in 500 words or … Continue reading A Mini Post
Rad Blog. The daily prompt today is not one I wish to write extensively about since I don't care for Murphy's Law. I'll touch briefly on it. Back before the days of The War, I was feeling up to my name. I was Chas Rad and I was very much rad. The people … Continue reading 29th And It Feels Like Spring
In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "Powerful Suggestion." Hey Rad Blog. Still don't know why the editor is blue with white text. It happens on the "new" editor too. Oh well. No worries. Oh yeah, I added the Hotline Miami skyline. I think it looks pretty rad. Anyway, prompt writing! … Continue reading Hopefully The Last Time I Have To Post This
Hey everyone. Finals week is just about over, and because I work at a college, I thought about what I would have as my final. Obviously, I'd teach an English class since I have my dusty degree. I'd like to take a page from my old junior year of high school English teacher's … Continue reading Finals
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Yo I felt like writing something right now, yo. Stuff on my mind. Tonight I'm listening to Sleigh Bells after playing a bit of Saints Row the Third. So, if you don't know, Steam has these in-game trading cards. Who has ever heard such a thing? Well, it is kinda cool. Apparently people can … Continue reading ‘Cause You Know What’s Good