Band of Brothers, as told by the Mittani. No bias there. I thought to myself. Just the same, reading the publicly released briefing of the incidents leading up to the betrayal and eventual downfall of Band of Brothers made for a good read.
True Stories they had called it. Regardless of how much was true it reminded me of a simple truth I did know – we all had a story to tell. I looked at the name of the writer who wrote the report. Maybe it was time to tell mine.
Is it healthy? Well, not entirely. Is it still a good step in the right direction? Well, not entirely. But there are worse things. Continue reading
It’s a funny thing, I thought to myself, reflecting on the last few months of my life. I’ve never really thought much about drones; auto-cannons are what win the day. I had to admit that somewhere within a tinkerer laughed at my self-delusion. Continue reading
In every piece of science fiction I’ve ever read about immortals, one common theme continues to surface – seclusion. Continue reading
Apparently these are a big thing recently – the ability to create a 3D image without using any 3D stereoscopic technology! Only the illusion of the brain! Continue reading
Ok, seriously though. You run and weight train. You’ve done yoga and can almost touch your toes. So that means you’re fit, right? Well, maybe. Trouble is, there’s no definitive method for determining fitness across the board. As a result, an Ironman (Not THE Iron Man), CrossFit athlete and bodybuilder can all be fit by their own standards, but a flop outside of their specific domain. Continue reading
You think I’m not online.
But I am always here.
Even if I’m not posting.
I’m here. Scrolling.
Always remember: You don’t need to drink to have a good time. It’s your friends that need to drink to have a good time. Because of you.
It wasn’t too long ago that the gyms were flocking with the New Year’s Resolution groups. Things are already starting to quiet down. Some people cannot maintain willpower long enough for exercise to become a healthy habit. For others, they simply aren’t patient enough to realize that physical results are slow to come. For others, there will never be a healthy change because they’re simply doing it wrong. Continue reading