This brings me back to my old RPG days and why I stopped playing and chose to be a Storyteller/GM/DM. But the sentiment rings true. I love my Literature degree. I consider it one of the smartest things I did but I just feel so inadequately prepared for how shitty the world became eighteen years…Read more just a random post 7/18/18
Everyone was posting about how powerful Nanette, a comedy special on Netflix by Hannah Gadsby. was and how they were all reeling through its power and emotional content. One of my weaknesses, I think, is that I'm a little wary and cautious about hype. I tend to stay away from it. I think deep down, it's…Read more The power of ‘Nanette’ by Hannah Gadsby
I first discovered Jonathan Elias when someone gave my dad The Prayer Cycles on CD, which I fell in love with immediately and stole from him. He let me steal it because I obviously loved it so much. Every year since I got the CD, I would play it on the first day of the New…Read more adrift ‘American River’ by Jonathan Elias
This is gonna be vague, but I don't care. There are details that I can't get into but just know that I got together with a good friend, Cholo Laurel, and we pitched some concepts to a possible producer and we've passed some point of entry into creating content that we are very, very passionate…Read more that green light, i want it
I don't care about how much it costs, I have to go to the beach really soon. I'm exhausted and tired and my mind is stretched out to a point where it is so thin that everything is falling through it. The term ends at the first week of August. When my grades are in…Read more stretched so thin
I feel shaken to the core. I was about to have dinner, with lots of work to finish, when I decided I'll watch something on Netflix while I eat. I decided on Top of the Lake and thought to myself, "It's a Jane Campion television show. I might not even like the first episode. If ever…Read more just saw Top of the Lake
So this is happening... I think I've said it before. I really like radio. This is going to be fun. And Franz and Ginny are good friends and, of course, there's Kooky. July 28, 11pm on Radio Inquirer. Tune in, if you're so inclined.