#MTGTHS Block Sealed Deck Exercise #4

Is Stormbreath Dragon enough of a reason to play red in sealed deck? OF COURSE IT IS.

The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Time Further Out: Miro Reflections (1961) Review

The followup to Time Out ends up being arguably better than its groundbreaking predecessor.

What My Bike Has Taught Me About White Privilege
A couple board games that I hope to be trying out soon.

A couple board games that I hope to be trying out soon.

It’s sometimes easy to keep doing the same thing day in and day out and find myself in a perceived temporal loop. The only way to me to keep from getting lost in time is by anchoring myself to the greater world around me. When I peer out at the world, I will see that so much has changed and I’ve stayed the same, and perhaps venture out into it and out of my functional temporal loop, to grow and change with it too.
22 Jump Street (2014) Review

Relentless meta-humor and strong performances provide laughs, but the tired story keeps it from being at the level of its predecessor.

#Magic2014 Deck Pack 2 Review

This DLC for Duels of the Planeswalkers 2014 expands on an already existing theme deck while also introducing a completely new and fun deck. But is still only for those that just want more decks to play in the game.

James Brown - The Payback (1973) Review

The soundtrack that never was, turns out to gain a lot of focus from its overarching themes, becoming one of Brown’s funk masterpieces.

The Habit Burger Grill - Sweet Potato Fries Review

A so-so alternative to The Habit’s traditional side of regular potato fries.

I don’t know karate, but I know ca-razy!