Threw this down on my work break. Happy Monday.
For years, you’ve wanted to be a legit Old Hendersonian. . You’ve wanted to live within walking distance of the Water Street District, where you can eat a different culture’s food every day of the week. . Where old men in white smocks cut your hair with hand-sharpened scissors and tell you stories about The… Continue reading Buy my mom’s house in Henderson, NV.
5 years ago today I was celebrating on Facebook that I’d lost 25 pounds and was trying to lose 15 more, to get back down to about 180. I’d been training for my first mud run, so losing all that extra bulk was a necessity. I kept it off for a few years, then got… Continue reading That Thing Where You Openly Declare War On Your Bad Health
These will get more sophisticated once I move out of my friends’ basement and have my full desk set up. For those who don’t follow the NFL, JJ Watt is a defensive player for the Houston Trailer Trash. His job is to try to sack Andrew “God Mode” Luck of the Indianapolis Colts. The joke… Continue reading Colts Comic #1: JJ tries to call Andrew.
This is one of the more adult series that I keep up with, so the tone and content of these is pretty different from what I normally plug. Just be advised if any of you take my recommendations seriously, there’s a fair amount of language and violence in Larry Correia’s flagship urban fantasy series. The… Continue reading Should-Reads: MONSTER HUNTER INTERNATIONAL by Larry Correia
10– Technically anyone can do it, but if you don’t get some training you’ll make a huge mess. 9– If you hammer down but don’t know where you’re going, you’ll cover a lot of ground for no reason. 8– You can do it without planning the route. Just be prepared to take the long way… Continue reading 10 Ways Writing and Trucking are the Same Job
Amazon link here Given that Elizabeth Wein just released the third novel in this series (a prequel to VERITY and ROSE UNDER FIRE) I thought I’d plug this book for y’all. It’s written in a journal format, containing entries from two women at separate times, one of whom was a POW, and the other was… Continue reading Should-Reads: CODE NAME VERITY, by Elizabeth Wein