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 »
Starting a new project, something fun, I hope you like it. Here are links to the appropriate platforms to listen to it!
I love sunken ships and the sea and I have Robert Ballard to thank for that.
sem·i·co·lon ˈsemēˌkōlən,ˈsemīˌkōlən/ noun 1. A punctuation mark (;) indicating a pause, typically between two main clauses, that is more pronounced than that indicated by a comma. 2. A symbol that makes people angry.
Get ready, it’s gonna get weird. Side note, this series is meant to be both a story and an educational program. I hope you learn something while being entertained!
MustacheVenture presents a LocalVenture: Harbor House
When you think of Orange County, California you think of beaches, The OC TV show (Is that reference even any good anymore? Please say no), and some other bullshit that was on TV. Frankly, the place has a bad wrap for being the most vapid of the vapid as LA has tried to shrug that mantle… Read more »
September 11th, 2001- How Mr. Rogers is still teaching us
I was going to write about another topic, one that is funnier than this one, but it’s September 11th and that is a date that is relevant and today I felt a need to talk about it. To talk about this day you either take one of two routes: A. Reverent B. Asshole It’s either… Read more »
10 Reasons why lists are bullshit
We all love a good listicle (a blog composed primarily of lists) and while they can be fun, fact of the matter is they are the worst. This isn’t because these lists are a sign of the moral decline of independent thought, no, if you’re looking for that you can watch the news; the reason why these… Read more »
Why do we watch video games?
The 21st century is full of oddities. Who knew that we would one day have computers in our pockets and at the same time most Americans still do not know where Timbuktu is located on a map. Also, who knew watching video games would become a thing? Growing up during the rise of video games from… Read more »
A worn world is best: Introduction
Whether it’s a leather jacket or a two door sports car, worn and used things are better in terms of storytelling. I don’t make this statement lightly, I, like most people, love new things. I love to get new things on holidays and birthdays or simply buying them myself (though I usually don’t, it’s a conflict… Read more »
Pipe and Book Industries- Book 2- Chapter 1
Out of left field comes a glimpse, a sneak peak, of the next Pipe and Book Industries book! I can’t go into details, but know this, it’s a road trip! I wanted to show this world a bit more and also show off Rocinante a bit more than just being parked in a parking lot…. Read more »
Please stand by
Technical difficulties have made it not possible to post my blog post this morning. Will attempt later tonight. Tune in later tonight for the piece that is supposed to be here!
Hurt, it just does
I am not talking about an emotional hurt. No, that is not the case, the hurt in question comes in the form of muscle ache. You see, I exerted myself in a 4 inning game of softball that was themed after the movie Hook; so Pirates v Lost Boys. It was a blast! It flashed… Read more »
Why radios are cool
When it comes to communications, we have an endless buffet of ways to tell someone they owe you $2. I could list them, but you are probably reading this blog post from one of those devices right now. And even with these lines of communication, the radio is still probably the coolest one of all… Read more »
INKSHARE AND NERDIST BOOK CONTEST!!!
This will be brief. I know I was going to write about radios today, but that post will be coming out on Thursday, for you must help me. The Nerdist is holding a book contest through Inkshares and the top 5 funded books will be chosen to be a part of the Nerdist Collection. For… Read more »