Rounding up the mavericks

So I missed my usual post last Thursday. Looking at the blog stats, it's easy to tell; people don't visit when there's nothing to visit. As for why I missed it, that's a tale as old as time. And probably less interesting than watching paint dry. Boiling it down to the essence, a multitude of... Continue Reading →

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Please allow me to adjust my pants…

Holy hell, how did I go all these years in ignorance of the awesomeness that is the sound of Clutch? I don't know, but I'm dancing the good-time dance now, and that's what really matters. https://youtu.be/zPjkQKfmVI8 Yes, okay, this is kind of a filler post. In all the excitement of figuring out a plausible excuse... Continue Reading →

Don’t know the lyrics? Don’t worry, it’s death metal; no one will know the difference.

Number 2,113 in the ever-growing list of reasons why I love metal: This live performance by Amon Amarth. https://youtu.be/lGEoJLIIuow?t=296 Another thing I love about the world of metal: metalheads, and especially metal musicians, are gigantic nerds. (This is reason #19, in case you're keeping track.)

Industrial outlaw country: What I’m listening to

Yes, that's a real thing. Shooter Jennings and his dad Waylon (you may have heard of him) got together on a project they called Fenixon. And it. Is. Awesome. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIqrniRy81pWWueofzuqBDPdW0r_v0MJ_ I've never been a fan of country music, nor have I generally given industrial the time of day, but I really like this. I've never... Continue Reading →

A behavioral analyst takes on tabletop roleplaying

I stumbled across a very interesting article in which a certified behavior analyst (basically a clinical psychologist) takes an interesting look at why roleplaying gamers love their weird hobby so much. Read it and tell me what you think. If you hadn't played before and never saw the appeal, would this help you see why someone might... Continue Reading →

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5zdal1MKf0 This song always gets the juices flowing. Maybe it's a bit incongruous, but although I love the Old West, I have no liking for country/western, bluegrass, or any other music that commonly evokes those bygone days. I'm a metalhead through and through. Which is where Volbeat comes in. This is where bluegrass, Johnny Cash, and... Continue Reading →

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