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Monthly Archives: June 2018
So, I just attempted to do a few of the 30 second exercised that are part of one of the routines on the ManFIT app. After a few minutes of different 30 second sets (of what would be relatively normal … Continue reading
Ever since my father passed on to whatever awaits us, I have been thinking more about my health and living healthier, etc. etc. Now, my job does not lend itself to a healthy existence (I sit at a door desk, … Continue reading
No verbose post today. With folks on leave and operations to oversee my brain is craving streaming, vegetative nonsense with no IQ requirements.
I am a video game junkie. Every since I was given an Atari 2600 on my birthday in pre-adolescence, I have been hooked. From the NES, Super NES, original PlayStation, original Xbox, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC I have … Continue reading
A band I’ve been following since ’85, Fates Warning. Progressive Metal is a genre I’m personally very particular about because of this band. The complex, often lengthy, compositions that this band has created has enthralled me for quite some time. … Continue reading
I am tired of every time I turn around, there is some news story that is attempting to emotionally manipulate me into a position that favors their point of view. Regardless of the source of material, there is a subjective … Continue reading