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Play: Space Poop Space Poop is a sci fi comedy interactive RPG text game. You play as Space Station Intern Ejest Bindle. Depending on your choices in Space Poop, you’ll encounter one of TEN different endings. Be careful what you choose, because … Continue reading
I’ve been busy studying a newt hibernaculum overseas. That is the best response I’ve devised to any sort of retort about your laziness. Why didn’t you do your homework? Newt hibernaculum. What were you thinking when you only watched episodes … Continue reading
“I can’t resist it. I always feel the strong compulsion to build upon whatever I enjoy, to understand it better. I can’t listen to a song without harmonizing with it, and I can’t play a game without imbuing it with sheaves upon sheaves of personally relevant contextual information.”
-Jerry Holkins, http://www.penny-arcade.com/news/post/2008/01/11/rigorous-scholarship And the comic strip from that day:
Lester Freamon, The Wire, Season 3, Episode 9.
Man this is cool. I mean even if you were to hate insects, “Creatures!” as one friend of mine calls them, this would still amaze you to a point far beyond your insectophobia. “There are 4,000 species of North American … Continue reading
Philosophy must yield to comedy. This two part comic will hurt, because of the severity of laughter spasms it will induce. Warning: Do not read with a full bladder. You’re Welcome.
Forgive the absence, you see I was busy completing my Master of Arts. It’s a pretty great excuse to drop; much better than “the dog ate my homework” or “I was abducted by Tralfamadorians.” Also, be it known Universities that Medieval weaponry … Continue reading
Now, people look at it and say, “Oh what is the message that he’s half naked?” There’s no message. The message is that I was fucking tired.
–Slavoj Žižek (From an interview in Salon) See Žižek in bed, actually making very good points about philosophy as a modest enterprise of meaning, rather than as idealized questions about absolute Truth. Interestingly, he is fully referencing Gadamer’s philosophical hermeneutics … Continue reading
“…I’m still you know on some medication because I went through that dark time, my miniature hamster Benita passed on, she didn’t pass on, I returned her to the pet store, but she’s dead to me…” … Continue reading