The best of TV puts out only the greatest payoffs, and does them correctly.
It’s one thing to be a real-life celebrity, but to be internet famous brings with it its own equivalent set of difficulties.
The honeymoon has difficulty lasting when it comes to enjoying games, but I’ve discovered a few secrets that keep the excitement going.
I love talking about things online, but I have to draw a line in the sand and nope right out when it comes to politics.
Replaying games used to be pretty difficult, but even back then it was one of the coolest things you could do to yourself.
Memes get incredibly dull to me after a while, but that may be the result of their very nature.
It’s one thing to have a good TV show on the air, but a good bunch of fan-generated media really takes the show to the next level.
Marathon gaming was my thing back in the day, but there’s a few new factors that go into why I’m not particularly doing it these days.
Suggested content is sometimes seen as an annoyance, but I see it as an opportunity.
Tilting was something I touched on before, but a specific kind of tilt can cause a ton of problems for one’s own sanity playing games.