perhaps I’m wrong; so here are some of my thoughts after kicking out my roommate and ex: The Argument: her: “fix the dishwasher dipshit! *slams door* me: “GTFO!” The Issue: To her, the issue is that I’m not fixing the dishwasher because I want to spite her by making her do dishes. Were they her … [Read more…]
Sometimes my subconscious parses daily events for me and makes a video in the form of dream to tell me to stop being an idiot. In this case, the day after I started talking to Princess Leigh, I had a dream about a dog biting and holding on to my arm, and it hurt. Finally, … [Read more…]
by Philip Freeman As with most events that happened a really long time ago, Alexander’s life as we know it is based on accounts of accounts (Plutarch, Arrian) that read like a mix of tall tale and fact. Freeman’s obsequious narrating would leave one with the impression that Alexander alone conquered the persians. Certainly, Alexander’s … [Read more…]
…who challenged Rome by John Man Not much is known is about the Huns or their greatest leader, Attila: we don’t know their language, we don’t know their origins, nor their belief system. But John Man valiantly attempts to reconstruct their motives as well as their path of destruction, from the few diaries and artifacts … [Read more…]
by Neil Strauss When I mentioned to my coworkers that I was reading this book, without exception, all of them reacted poorly: “thats manipulation,” “you wont find a girl that way,” “rawr!” etc. They are also all single. Having said that, the Game is an interesting read and I appreciate the attempt to breakdown social … [Read more…]
Vengeance, by George Jonas Jonas narrates the suspenseful Israeli counter-terrorist operation in europe to avenge the deaths of 11 Israeli athletes in Munich. Led by Avner, a young commando, a team of five mossad agents eliminates eight of eleven black september terrorists. Jonas effectively details each operation from Avner’s perspective, so that one is immersed … [Read more…]
Hi world! This is my first post. Today I feel miserable.