Hi.

Here’s some stuff I have been inflicting on my mind this week. Weird stuff. Check it out while I have a sit down.

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Morning all.

Late last week I lent my voice to my pal Neal Veglio, from The Neal Veglio UnBEATable Morning Show for one of his Facebook drama segments.

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Hi everyone, it’s been a while since I’ve written anything much here and I have no excuses other than laziness and a loss of creative mojo.

This picture is mostly unrelated to the contents of this post, but I can’t be bothered drawing up a different thumbnail. Also, this’ll have the women-of-a-certain-age clicking to see if I’m really wearing a tutu.

So, what have I been up to?

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Hello. I went to Mars last night and I was disappointed.

Check out the vid below. Woo. Not quite the silly nonsense of The American Dream, but at least it is pretty.

Follow me on Twitch, Facebook, Twitter &YouTube for more crushing mediocrity.

Or buy me a coffee. I like coffee.

This week I thought I’d try my hand at being a YouTube Gamer Type Person, by doing a daily video chronicling my attempts to be slightly competent at a video game. That said game involves shooting a baby in the arse is nothing to do with this decision.

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Here’s me helping as best I can with other people’s top quality interweb content.

This is from Sara’s lovely blog, which is much more popular than mine, because she actually puts effort in.

Hello Friends, Today’s Question of the Day comes from my good friend Fudgey. If you like random ramblings or are in need of a bit of cheering up, he is your guy! Mr. FudgeCrumpet asks: The Zombie Apocalypse happens: How long do you think you would last and how would you survive/die? Having recently played through the Telltale […]

via Question of the Day #4 — Sara in LaLaLand

It is International Women’s Day and seeing as I am some sort of father to the female children that I somehow made, It kinda comes down to me to educate them in all sorts of things, and that they have all sorts of opportunities and equality and the like.

I’m not gonna teach them boring stuff though, obviously. If I’m teaching them anything it’s gonna be space. Because space is awesome.

Fortunately I have help from the internet when it comes to these things, and the lovely people at RS Components (used to spend lunchtimes reading their catalogue at school, I wasn’t a cool teenager) have made a fantastic infographic about Women In Space for International Women’s Day. They also sent a big bit of text that I’m just gonna copy and paste below because that is what professional writers do.

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