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  • Is My Wife a Diversity Hire?

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    The truth is, I don't know. I'd like to think she's gotten to where she is due to her hard work, talent, and relentless drive to succeed. That's what I see. The evidence is manifold. Graduated third in her class from the business school... More
  • Depressing Update!

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    Well, I am about to start a run of Junior year. I know it's been about four days since I started school, but it hasn't technically started, with all the informing the students thing. There is a lot going on in my life at the moment that I would... More
  • 31/31 Day 13: When Does A Game Stop Holding Up?

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    This summer I broke out my old Nintendo handhelds and it’s been enlightening. Behind the nostalgia though, is a really big conversation about how it feels to go back to older games. Is there a point where they just don’t hold up and aren’t... More
  • 31/31 Day 12: Replay Value

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    I have plenty of new content just waiting to be played, watched, and read. But for some reason, I can’t shake the urge to go back to games I’ve already beat. The urge to replay is starting to outweigh the new experiences patiently waiting... More
  • Enforced Diversity Necessarily Leads to Mediocrity

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    This can be easily proved by the simplest of thought experiments. There are three huge major league sports franchises in America - the NFL, the NBA, and the MLB (sorry MLS, I said HUGE! And I'm not counting NASCAR because it's practically all... More
  • A Breath of Fresh Air

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    Since the beginning of the year we have seen an amazing flow of game releases. The kind of games I am personally interested in have been abundant. I've enjoyed Gravity Rush 2, Nioh, Horizon ZD, Zelda BotW, and even the final Dark Souls 3 DLC. After... More
  • 31/31 Day 17: Gotta Go Fast?

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    It’s time for a confession: I’ve never really played a Sonic the Hedgehog. I’ve played a few minutes of the original in my dentist’s office but I’m not sure that counts. I’ve even played a few hours of Sonic ’06... More
  • What Happens When Both Sides Are Wrong?

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    So it turns out my family and I were within just a few miles of the mayhem in Charlottesville. We drove from our home in NC to PA on Saturday, and due to a strange series of events found ourselves on US 29 instead of one of the Interstates like normal... More
  • Persona 5: Of Life And Friends

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    Besides from having a writing block lately, Persona 5 has overtaken most of my gaming time. Like I've said on previous occasions: the more I play, the more I write and like Persona 5 has been the only game which I decided to give my full dedication... More
  • Do Gamers Know Their Cover Art? 8/15/17 Challenge Edition!

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    WELCOME TO ANOTHER DO GAMERS KNOW THEIR COVER ART! SLIGHT ALTERATIONS: READ BELOW As I stated last post, it's been nearly a year since I began to post this game. It's been a great way to ensure that I make at least 2 posts a month and I have enjoyed... More
  • 31/31 Day 14: A Dream Video Game Setting

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    My grandparents live near-by a giant, abandoned basket. No, really. It used to be the office building for Longaberger Baskets, and now it’s just sitting unused while it waits to be auctioned off. I’ve always loved the basket and as I think... More
  • 31/31 Day 15: Weapon of Choice

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    My dad and I have gotten into a bit of a routine. I go over there every Tuesday evening and we watch blacksmithing shows while I play Breath of the Wild. Essentially, I spend my Tuesday evening trying to figure out what weapon I would use if I was suddenly... More
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