Monthly Archives: March 2016

Thoughts on deleting Facebook

I joined Facebook ten years ago at a time when it had exploded in popularity across college campuses in the United States. While open to international universities, it had yet to see the same popularity overseas. It was the Spring … Continue reading

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Retro Flare – My first attempt at a novel.

I’ve set myself ten goals for 2016 which I won’t list here, but will review between Christmas and New Years Eve. Six of them, (the easiest), are going well. One of them needs time, another is beyond most people but … Continue reading

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Over & Underappreciated

I’ve considered myself something of an enemy of my own profession before I even became licensed to teach. I’ll allow that my cynical and contrary personality is partially blame; as well as my radical ideological departures with the majority of … Continue reading

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From a disaffected conservative

I grew up in a reasonably conservative household and I have personally held instinctively conservative positions most of my life. That’s not to say I held positions without reason, just that I had a strong preference for individualism, tradition and … Continue reading

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My new Sega-16 Article on Soleil

  Soleil is one of my favourite childhood games so I’m happy to finally have an article up about it on Sega-16.com. I actually started writing this almost a year ago while I was playing through the Japanese version. As … Continue reading

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My repeated adventures with a bunch of unlikely Mercenaries

This was written roughly five years ago for an old blog and was before the more recent (as of writing) Jagged Alliance releases. These releases were underwhelming making the tone of the first paragraph just as relevant.   I think … Continue reading

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Ghostbusters Trailer: Oh dear…

  The original Ghostbusters is to this day, one of my favourite films. As a child, I found everything from the occult, paranormal, the ghosts themselves as well as all the gadgets and gizmos fascinating. Peter Venkman also cursed and … Continue reading

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