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ASOIAF is not CSI:Westeros. Chillax peeps...

ASOIAF fans are a dedicated bunch. There’s so many theories out there attempting to explain what is going on behind the scenes of some of our favourite character’s actions. 2,708 more words

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Facebook's Timeline

Yes, I’m using WordPress to discuss Facebook. So sue me.

Many of us have griped about Facebook’s strategy of not showing us all entries from all of our friends or pages but instead attempting to analyze our actions to judge which entries we like or don’t like. 563 more words

Rule of Names

In “The Rule of Names”, Ursula Le Guin introduces us to a world in which people’s names have magical power over them. The idea reappears in Harry Potter, where Voldemort enchants his very name. 394 more words

Disconnected Stuff I Noticed

Yeah, every Final Fantasy game works hard to convince you of how dark it is early on, and to make you hate the bad guy.  But I’d say VI is unusually effective in that regard–Kefka is arguably the most memorable and hate-able villain, though I suppose Sephiroth fans would disagree–particularly with the poisoning of Doma early on. 596 more words

Haunt Round Up

Allow me a bit of overanalysis.  It is in the blog title, after all.

Luck and planning enabled a haunted house extravaganza this year, an event that I don’t know will ever be repeated, as much as I think I would enjoy doing it all over again.  785 more words

Review

It's All Fun and Games until You OverAnalyze the Situation

Woodstock may have technically been “back,” but not in the way he was prior to what came to be known as, “The Weekend of Silence.”  Since I had a good commute on my hands on most evenings, I had all of that time to sit, in traffic, and think.   871 more words

Happiness is Now

Happiness can only exist now, in the present moment. It cannot exist in a future which is uncertain. In the past it only exists in your memories – memories which fade and become less vibrant over time. 976 more words