I’ve always loved comic books and the larger graphic novels, but recently, I simply haven’t had the time to sit down, read, and follow the plot lines. Instead, I’ve discovered some great web comics. The great thing about these is I can pop online, read a few frames, and leave it be until next time. A great deal of web comics (such as the Cyanide & Happiness comic featured above) don’t have a linear plot and are a simply one page of comic relief. For today, I’d like to take you though my three favorites I have come across.
Tony Romo has left the huddle.
The question is: did make the correct audible?
Set in the post-apocalyptic wasteland of what once was the USA, the Fallout series is one of the most well-know role-playing games around. While the game is entirely set in the future, most of the inspiration for the setting of the game comes from the 1950’s; this also includes the soundtrack. Continue reading “Crawl out through the Fallout”
I feel confident in saying that computers are a huge part in my life. There are games, ideas, and relationships that are all possible thanks to the invention of the computer and Internet. It has helped us develop smart phones that serve as a computer that can be held in your pocket and used almost anywhere. Computers let us create new things like websites, art, music, and videos and they let us do it with relative ease after a little learning and practice. Continue reading “Computers are amazing”
Ever heard of “The Big Ticket”?
If not, just know it’s a nickname for a certain NBA player. Nicknames are a fun and memorable part of sports, and I’ve compiled a short list of my all-time favorites. Wondering who “The Big Ticket” is? Read on!
Personal Review: This is a great movie that adds a lot to the Star Wars franchise as a whole. This movie allows for a lot of new ideas and story lines to be created based on its success. I am looking forward to the future of Star Wars and as a person who loves backstories and learning more about fictional universes, only expect more great stories to be told.
So, after many years of reading, study and leadership conferences, a few quotes have continued to stay with me.
Whether you need to get tough when times get rough – or get soft when things require a different approach – keep these wise words in mind: