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R is for Restlessness and Generalized Anxiety Disorder

People are scary. They are erratic, emotional beings. One never knows what one will get when interacting with people. While we’re at it, the whole world is pretty scary too. 955 more words


"Dune" The Reboot - What Needs to Happen

“Dune” is perhaps one of the most prolific science fiction stories to have been shared with the world from the last century to current times. It will probably continue to be such an influence well into the future. 1,496 more words


3 Days, 3 Quotes - Dune

Good afternoon! Welcome to day two of fun quotes! Chizure from Of Midnight Ravings originally tagged me to do the 3 Days, 3 Quotes tag. Thank you so much for the tag! 273 more words


A Month in Books - March 2018


Dune Messiah (Dune #2), by Frank Herbert

At first I wondered why Herbert chose to skip the first years of Paul’s conquest through the galaxy and show us the already established Atreides Empire which is threatened by treason and shadowy prophecies. 449 more words


My Bookshelf - Postpartum (2017-18)

My reading understandably has been curtailed after little one came along last Spring. I am getting some time to read again now which is great. Here’s a summary of what’s been on my bookshelf over the past year or so. 351 more words

Lifelong Learning

Culdcept and more Dune sciency stuff

Life flows onward. Care for the larva takes precedence.

I recently picked up a cheap 3DS game that looked interesting. It’s called Culdcept Revolt. Apparently the Culdcept series has been around for a while, though I’d never heard of it. 428 more words


Gene Shorts

Babies are boring, at least intellectually. You’re not going to engage a newborn in a rousing game of Go, discuss your favorite economic theories or concepts*, or chat him up about the last book you read. 1,129 more words