There’re things we keep hidden from one another. Things we hide from ourselves. Things that are kept hidden from us. And things no one knows. You always learn the damnedest things at the worst possible times
The UFC’s Josh “The Warmaster” Barnett plays Magic: The Gathering against Day on Geek and Sundry’s “Spellslingers.”
So after listening to the audiobook for Salem’s Lot I got inspired to “reread” (or re-listen) to the dresden files books with the red court.
I started up listening to Changes because its my favorite of the vampire based stories of the Dresden Files.
I also chose Changes because it has Thomas, Molly, Murphy, Sonya, Susan, The Leanansidhe, Mouse, Ebeneezer, Mab, and the first face to face meeting between Dresden and Donar Vadderung. All of which are characters I really enjoy reading about.
Just about half way through it now and really like how the red court vampires are in the Dresden Files, especially in contrast to the White Court Vampires. The Red Court are brute force and in your face while the White Court are subtle and work behind the scenes.
After the novel I will probably get back to finishing up Dragon Age 2 (totally unrelated) so I can give Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines another playthrough and will probably do a mini Buffy the Vampire Slayer marathon, possibly the whole second season (because of Buffy and Angel/Angelus.) As for possible movies, I was thinking either Blade 1 and 2 or Vampire Hunter D and Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust.
Pete Holmes You Made It Weird Live at JFL Montreal 2014
Guests: Cameron Esposito, Whitmer Thomas, Emily Gordon, Kumail Nanjiani, Drew Michael and Brooks Wheelan
It was super funny, and loved the Kumail impression.
furious with an intensity you can feel only when someone you care deeply about hurts you. But the corollary of that was unavoidable–I still cared, or I wouldn’t be angry.
How fucking cool is that?
Can’t wait to see that fight, I’m a big fan of the Diaz brothers and this is a dream fight.
Nick Diaz is going to fight Anderson Silva, something GSP never did.
Thwart,“ I said. "To prevent someone from accomplishing something by means of visiting gratuitous violence upon his smarmy person.”
“I’m pretty sure that isn’t the definition.” Sarissa said.
“It is today.