This is what it sounds like, when Tek’s cry: Subsurface Circular

I was on Twitter when someone tweeted an image of a robot on a subway car. The design of the bot grabbed me, but the slick U.I. is what pulled me into the underworld that is Subsurface Circular.

How not to make coffee

If there is one thing I cannot stand, it’s a bad cup of coffee.

Blade Runner 2049 trailer #2

This isn’t a think piece or a prediction article where I theory craft the hell out of this film. You want that, go somewhere else.

Hoarding and zombie beer: How big beer is trying to strong-arm its way to victory

Beer is probably one of the most refreshing drinks to have on a hot night. Cold, crisp, it’s ancient recipe perfected through the generations as each round of humanity takes a shot at making the nectar of the gods. I am not going to tell you what to drink here, I’ll leave that for your… Read more »

Spice worm

I’ve never finished Dune

And I don’t like it. I know, we’re not friends anymore.

Let’s talk about The Dark Tower trailer

Sooo, this portal to awesome just posted online.

Was the drought really that bad?

Winter was wonderful as water fell from the sky in California. Most appreciated it while many sheered, “When did I move to Seattle?” Just know, we hate those people, they don’t represent all of us and they have been sent off on an ice float. It is said that they shouted, “When did I move… Read more »

Happy sad day

Today’s been an odd one.

How do you money?

Money, it’s the thing you need but have no idea what to do with.

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  • ‘Hellhole’ AKA the sci-fi book that I love even though I don’t like sci-fi

    I am not normally a lover of science fiction stories. To date I have now read about three books in the sci-fi genre, one being a school assignment, another being a short story in a collection of other thriller/sci-fi stories and the latest a book that I actually chose, purchased and read. That last one… Read more »

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    My business is one of words, and seeing as I have worked in video games in such a capacity, I figured it would be interesting to go into the mechanics of storytelling in different video game titles. In most reviews, the story is relegated to a paragraph, maybe, and doesn’t get a lot of the… Read more »

  • Welcome to Ironclad Words- Dawn of something something inspirational line insert here

    Let’s get this straight, this was formerly a blog written by a single writer, but that is no more. Ironclad Words is now going to be a hub where story lives, is thought about, and talked about. I wanted to make this site into something more than a single writer’s ponderings. Moving forward, you will… Read more »

  • Goals

    Goals are these elusive things in our life that we have a sometimes vague notion in the back of our minds. They sit there, in a chair, on a porch, and scream at us as we come zooming by on our bike about making too much noise and eventually they fall asleep reading the Sunday… Read more »

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    I have tried doing gameplay videos in the past and got mixed results. I think what I have found here is more my speed. Enjoy me being a stranger in a foreign land!

  • My first post of 2016

    Hello ladies and gentlemen of the Internet, it is I! “Wait, it’s the 25th of January, how are you just now posting and are so handsome?” You might be thinking to yourselves, maybe not so much that last part, but still, a man can dream… The reason why I haven’t been so active here is… Read more »

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