“It was pretty cool,” Drew Lock said of his pre-draft visit with Broncos GM John Elway.
I still remember the first time I listened to Burna Boy’s Ph city vibration and how excited I was. If you are familiar with the Nigerian music industry, you know that as far as popular music goes, while there are other hubs in Nigeria, Lagos has been the center of it. As a result, there […]
Over the past several years, the “Roland Special” concept has gone from unknown, to being mocked, copied, modified, and has now taken its rightful place as internet meme. On the P&S forum, I commented that I felt like that the dot and comp together made a pistol shoot greater than the sum of the parts. […]
New Album: Smoulder – Times of Obscene Evil and Wild Daring
It was too late to coat her lie. Her father had squeezed out any speck of truth he wanted to hear like pus from a painful boil. She narrated the incident more than thrice, each time adding a sense of truth to calm him down, to stop her mother from sighing too loudly, as if […]
Jinjer have announced a headlining North American tour. The Browning will serve as support. Jinjer commented: “Our dear North American brothers and sisters, it has been a bit more than a year since we first came to play for you in April 2018. Since that we had two more runs across the US and Canada […]
The tension isn’t new. Bethel University has long been labeled as both too liberal and too conservative. By Maddie DeBilzan and Sam Johnson A small group of Bethel University parents, alumni and former faculty members stood in a dimly lit hallway outside of Benson Great Hall and greeted their friends as they stomped off their […]
This week’s podcast is a roundtable interview I conducted at the University of Pittsburgh for the Center for Russia, East European, and Eurasian Studies Spring Series, “Spying, Archiving, Reporting: Information in Eastern Europe” The following was recorded on March 28, a week after the Justice Department released its memo on the Mueller Report. Here’s a […]
Chris Palmer This past Saturday we played the third game of our 2019 Ghost Archipelago Campaign. We had 8 of our 9 regular players in attendance; which meant we had 4 Central Treasures in play, spaced evenly down the center of the 9’x3’ table. We did a dragon attack scenario of […]
It’s amazing how things come full circle. I’m not a practicing Jew anymore, but celebrating Passover in whatever small way with my daughter was extremely meaningful to me. Singing the songs, breaking the matzah, and most importantly telling the stories. I didn’t think about it before going to my friends’ house; I nearly left the […]
This is a power rankings of the remaining teams in the Frick Jenkins Big Iron Pro-Am Thirst-Quenching Tournament of Nonsense. To rank these teams, I used the following criteria: Team History Performance Thus Far Good ol’ Fashioned Sheriff’s Intuition 16. Gravity When the tournament began, I was highly critical as a 2-seed. So far, the […]
For the past eight years, every episode of Game of Thrones has opened with an aerial tour of its vast world in clockwork miniature, following the exodus of its main characters as they journeyed to far-flung locales over continents and oceans. As the series winds down to its conclusion, most of those characters have either […]
Eisegesis is best understood when contrasted with Exegesis. While exegesis is the process of drawing out the meaning from a text in accordance with the context and discoverable meaning of its author, eisegesis occurs when a reader imposes his or her interpretation into and onto the text. “Truly I say to you this generation will […]
Dogs can tell when you’re coming home by how much of your scent is left in the house if you have a daily routine.
We made it back from Austin on Wednesday, no worse for the wear. We got out just ahead of a line of severe storms that was blowing through Texas that was causing Dallas and Houston to preemptively cancel flights starting right after ours. We left our trusty Honda CR-V in the San Jose airport’s parking […]