Yesterday my wife and I drove from Central Oregon to Seattle. It took us just over 7 hours, with only a few stops along the way. We pretty much entirely avoided traffic, and didn't speed. Even on the expressway of Highway 97 through Bend, OR. Where the speed limit is 45 miles per hour. Through … Continue reading Speed limits are important, even if they are frustrating.
Holy smokes, y'all, it's the end of August already! I am so glad that I heard about Blaugust Reborn on the Geek to Geek podcast this year, as it's led to probably the most productive month of my life! Originally, I just planned to challenge myself to produce some sort of content each day that … Continue reading The end of Blaugust Reborn
I've talked before about podcasts about video games and Star Trek and the Animorphs... but let's talk about some more! These podcasts all function as digital book clubs (like the Animorphs podcasts), in that they look for both the hosts and the listeners to have read the same content before each episode in order to … Continue reading Digital Book Clubs: Podcasts to read to
A few weeks ago, I started a Nuzlocke Challenge run of Pokémon Gold over on my Twitch channel, inspired by Daniel K's Pokemon Blue Nuzlocke Challenge. For the unfamiliar, the Nuzlocke Challenge is a self-imposed rule set to make Pokémon games harder, with three main rules: In a normal Pokémon playthrough, when a member of … Continue reading In Honor of Boog Boog: The first casualty of my Nuzlocke Run
We finished up part three of Terrace House: Opening New Doors on Netflix recently, and it's fantastic! If you haven't watched Terrace House before, the premise is that three boys and three girls all move into a house together, where nothing has been provided for them except for, well the house, some beautiful cars, and … Continue reading Terrace House is so sweet and earnest and awesome and you should be watching it right now.