Spicy Gamer Vibes and the Banality of Karen – Level 3 : Calling a Loved One a Burden is as Nifty as Managing Curses in Dungeons

It doesn’t seem possible to criticize people for abusive language or abusive behavior anymore. It’s almost like we, as a species, have managed to hit a wall. It comes from a place far too sincere to try and nullify, doesn’t it? In the Roguelike genre of video games, making it to the end of aContinue reading “Spicy Gamer Vibes and the Banality of Karen – Level 3 : Calling a Loved One a Burden is as Nifty as Managing Curses in Dungeons”

L1’s Almanac – Why Trying to be Socially Competent is Like a Game Show Where You Jump Through Stupid Foam Cutouts

Have you seen the game show Hole in the Wall? People have to fits themselves through a space in a wall that is supposedly made just for them as it glides down an alley, or else you are dumped into the water. It’s a show that makes me smile, so silly, so endearing. But why?Continue reading “L1’s Almanac – Why Trying to be Socially Competent is Like a Game Show Where You Jump Through Stupid Foam Cutouts”

Cultural Rave- This One’s About Hugh Mungus and Dunkin’ Donuts

A donut store, a coffee shop, a food-eating place, decides to boldly sever a part of its name. Left without the thing that made it what it is, it acts disconnected, though not quite, from much of what made it so successful. Strangely endearing, strangely frustrating, to try and refine one’s image by conforming toContinue reading “Cultural Rave- This One’s About Hugh Mungus and Dunkin’ Donuts”

The Found Emotion.com – 10 Examples of the Emotion I Discovered

Welcome, stranger. Give me a bit of your time, and you will become a different person.See that tagline up there? Yes, I’m bold enough to insist that there’s an emotion without a name. I’ve described it up there. Let’s move forward. 1.  Shut the fuck up Apple, You don’t own Charlie Brown There are people “generously”Continue reading “The Found Emotion.com – 10 Examples of the Emotion I Discovered”