Monthly Archives: December 2012

Character’s that don’t listen are just imitating people in real life

I read something odd. It was a short book about people having these verbal battles with each other on a psychological level. It wasn’t all that great, because each time one of the characters said something true about the other … Continue reading

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Rating Systems

I find rating systems for games are becoming rather pointless. In its quest to transform from an intelligent and interesting online news/opinion site about games/tech/science to a rather annoying, baiting, and biased site, Ars Technica has spent another wasted amount … Continue reading

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It’s almost time for a Due South review

I’ve been watching the oldish series Due South. It’s incredibly fantastic, one of the best pieces of television I’ve ever seen in my life. It’s also one of the few series that was never cancelled. It was a made for … Continue reading

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Twelve Twelve Twelve

Twelve, yesterday, was the last day of this century that’d have a day/month/year lineup. It was a great day for releasing books, just like 11/11/11 was last year when Joel D Canfield had a book party. And yesterday “Yo Pal” … Continue reading

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Retribution Inequality

I saw a question/frustration posed by someone in a writing group that piqued my thoughts (and a response) about retribution. It happened over a month ago, but it has stayed on my mind and will continue to stay there as … Continue reading

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