Great name. Great clan name. And great photo. Still, I positively bent this guy over the barrel in some Halo 1. Trash. When I finally pen my magnum opus, I'll have an entire section titled "Prisoner" with individual chapters titled "Invisibility," "Rockets," and "Overshield." In that order. Yeah, I'm that good at Halo 1. Now,... Continue Reading →
Then I realized that I was merely the second coming. At my peak, my career KDR was 2.85:1. Nerds, Neckbeards, World: meet your Creator: I, along with some of the other contributors to MaM, have bearded against this deity in the past. He's. Very. Serious.
Xbox Live was down (again) tonight so I've had some time to ponder new account names. We're limited to 15 characters, including spaces, and names have to be "clean" or Microsoft will nix it. Below are some thoughts but please feel free to share and add more. Carlos Danger Mr. Fahrenheit TooOld4ThisChit DingleRaspberry TanDittytwister Im... Continue Reading →
I begin today's lazy post with an article from the WSJ titled "A Chef’s Recipe For Staying Fit: Hurling a Disc Through the Air." The article in about frolf (i.e., frisbee golf or disc golf) and how chef, restaurateur, and TV show host Andrew Zimmern uses it to stay thin. If you're not already familiar... Continue Reading →
Annyong! I'm in search of the impossible. Below is a pair of Nantucket reds with an embroidered pattern of crickets playing cricket and squash playing squash (currently $40 at Macy's). While I absolutely love these, I'm in hot pursuit of some Nantucket reds with pickles playing pickleball. I'm going to guess that Polo's Chief Design... Continue Reading →
Did you know that the Wikipedia page for "Jesus Christ" has a total of 457 reference citations while the Wikipedia page for "LeBron James" has a total of 408? Oh, and "Pope Francis" has 581, "List of LGBT Firsts by Year" has 258, and "Sexuality in Ancient Rome" has 692. Tough love, Jesus. Those pesky... Continue Reading →
Just an article from the WSJ that you gearheads and neckbeards will find interesting: The Car Engine of Tomorrow: Cleaner, Lighter, With One Moving Part: Aquarius Engines is developing a super-efficient, 22-pound gasoline engine, as startups, auto makers and researchers reimagine the more than century-old technology By Sara Toth Stub Rosh Haayin, Israel—Back in 2014, Shaul... Continue Reading →
We have two songs of the day, given I'm still slogging through my playlist backlog. The first song is Happier by Marshmello ft. Bastille. For those of you older than 35, don't bother with this one. Now, one of the greatest songs of all time: the second song of the day is Twistin' The Night... Continue Reading →