The man that inspired Sadah Loc in The Twisted World, sat down and drew her.
He nailed it. Go take a gander at the whole post.
I’ve been struggling with my cycling. I haven’t been talking about it much. However, I need to. Perhaps not just for my benefit, but for yours as well.
Every now and again a game comes along that (whether it realizes it or not) has a lot to say about this river that we all flow down. On the surface, The Molasses Flood’s The Flame in the Flood is a rogue-lite/like wilderness survival game. That’s what most people are going to tell you. Asking me, however, I’d tell you that The Flame in the Flood pretty much lays down a perfect metaphor for the human cycle of life.
The following post will be talking about and explaining some of the bigger themes in Batman v Superman. In order to adequately explain these themes, it will be necessary to spoil larger sections of the film.
Not giving up even though I’ve been out of training has paid off.
A case of the flu combined with finicky weather hasn’t created the best cycling environment. Luckily, I’m a stubborn ass.
Today felt like a real breakthrough for me. It’s about to rain, and I don’t handle the barometric pressure change that comes from rain very well, due to my chronic pelvic pain syndrome.
I was able to power through it.
Today was the first serious cycling day of 2016 for me. It was a gorgeous 71 degrees outside, a couple of clean and lubricated bikes and fresh cycling gear. What could possibly go wrong?
Answer: Everything. Or at least it felt like it in my head.
[Spoiler Warning] The following post is a story examination of The Vanishing of Ethan Carter. If you have any intention of playing through this game, stop reading at this point.
2014 and 2015 have been big years for me, certainly ones that I did not expect to happen.
Ladies, stay awhile and listen.
Today, I’m going to talk about the notion of feelings and love from a man’s perspective, since these crazy people think we’re unfeeling. I certainly don’t speak for all men with the following stuff, but it’s pretty consistent across all the fellows that I know.I think the biggest issue is that there’s an assumption that if you don’t feel love the way women do, then you don’t love. That’s not it.