Posts tagged neil gaiman

Learning How to Spell: The Greatest W...

The greatest writing fact

March 8, 2012 Neil Degrasse Tyson narrated one of the most beautiful monologues I’ve ever heard. Superimposing his description of the most astounding fact about the universe was a treat for every science lover out there. In a nutshell, we are all made of star-stuff… We were made in the same furnaces that created every […]

Randomology-Themed Drinks Vol. 1

Art, music, gaming, and booze go together like... well, like art, gaming, and booze.

November 9, 2011 I recently discovered Drinkify, a website that matches muscicians with the type of drink best suited to listen to their music. There’s a short list of a few samples over at Buzzfeed, but I think someone needs to make a database for drinks best suited to artists and other areas of art. […]

Divine by Zero: Neil Gaiman in Spring...

Divine by Zero

November 8, 2011 Guess who has to drop several pounds gained over the last year? Yeah, it’s going to be a fun month cutting back on caffeine, sugar, pounds, AND getting ready for the holiday season. Woohoo? With that in mind, let’s get some links out of the way. Assassin’s Creed may be making its way […]

Divine by Zero: Sean Connery Destroys...

Divine by Zero: Sean Connery Destroys Jobs and Gollum Loves Gaiman

July 7, 2011 No, I’m not going to address the Casey Anthony trial except for one thing. All I’m going to say is that everyone stunned by the verdict needs to answer one question: is there reasonable doubt? Yes. Is there evidence to show she did it? Oh yeah. But go back and look at […]

Preemptive Perry Strike

Preemptive Perry Strike

June 17, 2011 I’m going to nip this in the bud right now. Rick Perry is a moron and if he does run for President, I want the rest of the country to be ready. There are far crazier people, like Bachmann and Kane, and there may be dumber, such as Gingritch, but Perry has […]

The Luck o’ the Skittish

The Luck o’ the Skittish

June 15, 2011 Careful readers may have noted how I tend to knock on people who hold outrageous beliefs for the sake of tradition or comfort. Think gays are committing a sin by loving and existing because the Bible says so? Do you think that America was founded on Judeo-Christian principles despite the Bible being […]

The True Legacy of Any Real Mexican

The True Legacy of Any Real Mexican

May 6, 2011 When my grandfather died a few weeks ago, it was the third of three people (two family, one a friend), that I had to say goodbye to. It’s been a rough year, what with the financial con-job I worked at for a few months, the wedding next year, and upcoming novel complete […]

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