Thursdays are the new Ouch

I spent much of yesterday and the night before in tears. I woke up Saturday morning with a slight twinge in my lower back. It wasn’t bad, but was just annoying. I chalked it up to sleeping wrong or something, and I couldn’t think of anything I’d actually done to tweak it. Sunday and Monday… Continue reading Thursdays are the new Ouch

Thursday is the new Black

Apparently, Thursday is now the Cool Kidâ„¢ of the week these days. Currently I run a game of GammaWorld – a fun and ridiculous role playing game I’d quickly describe as sort of Mad Max meets Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy – on alternating Thursdays. And once we wrap up this campaign – Famine in… Continue reading Thursday is the new Black

Ubuntu Edge – The Next “Desktop”?

I just read about Ubuntu Edge and have to say, I’m impressed. The idea that a smartphone would be your next computer isn’t a giant leap – for many tablets have already replaced desktops/laptops for many – but I really like what they’ve put together. This video explains it well and is well worth a… Continue reading Ubuntu Edge – The Next “Desktop”?

The Splitting of “We” to “You” and “Me”

Dear friends, family, acquaintances, frenemies, and arch-nemeses, It’s with a heavy heart that I bear bad news, but Bea and I are parting ways. It’s not a decision or situation that’s been taken lightly. We both share a deep fondness for a past version of us and our relationship, and will always cherish those memories… Continue reading The Splitting of “We” to “You” and “Me”

General Updates

1) Sorry about the backposting the other day, LJ people. My LJ crossposter borked. Thankfully, I found a new one. And while it seems to have a hard time remembering default settings, it still works/updates. 2) I re-themed the site from scratch. I really like this over the last few incarnations (but especially the last… Continue reading General Updates


Nerds. Love nerds. It’s really neat how fans and the subjects of their fandom can connect. Still stupid excited for December. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug trailer Trailer reaction by Happy Hobbit Cast reaction to Happy Hobbit reaction Happy Hobbit reaction to cast reaction to Happy Hobbit reaction

The Old Man and the River

My friend Matthew (Skip) is running a game of Call of Cthulhu for a bunch of us nerds. It takes place here in New Orleans, in 1928-1929 (Sourcebook). Besides the obvious Cthulhu awesomeness (yaaaaay H.P. Lovecraft!), I thought the setting would provide for really good roleplaying and collaborative storytelling. We weren’t being dropped into some… Continue reading The Old Man and the River