March 30, 2022 · 8:19 pm
Video Games Are COOL!!!
“Dangnabbit! Those dang kids spray-painted their graffitis on my truck again.”
“Chuck, why don’t you just change the name?” asked Mindy.
“Ah, hell, I’m proud of what I do to the Earth.”
### Intercepted alien transmission begins: ###
Video games cool
Dearth of activities
### Transmission ends. ###
December 25, 2021 · 11:47 pm
He said he was going to teach me a valuable lesson about productivity. He only learns things the hard way.
August 3, 2021 · 12:30 am
You go out and live your life.
I stay indoors and play video games.
March 29, 2021 · 9:51 pm
I stay indoors playing video games all day.
I’m doing it for you.
November 15, 2020 · 5:25 pm
The Strange Reason Will Surprise You
November 15, 2020 · 5:24 pm
(1) I was either too busy playing video games to start the post, or
(2) I didn’t think the topic was worth entertaining.
Perhaps you could come up with your own theory.
October 2, 2020 · 8:25 pm
I asked people, “Why are you standing up for video games?” I want to share some of their answers:
“Because I’m tired of sitting down to play.”
“Most of the games I play are derivative and shallow. Standing up provides some variety — at least in the way that I play.”
“If I don’t stand up, who will? Everyone else is too busy sitting down and playing their games.”
“I can’t feel my legs anymore.”
“I spilled piping hot coffee all over my lap while I was playing. I’m dancing, not standing.”
“I heard other people say that we should stand up for video games.”
“It felt like the right thing to do.”
Why are you standing up for video games?
September 14, 2020 · 5:52 pm
“Oh, yeah, what did they say?” Sam asked.
The wind rushed down the street and made the trees dance and sway; some became a little silly and nearly fell over. Suzanne already started to walk away as the wind grabbed hold of something that fell out of her pocket. That thing was a crumpled piece of paper: the wind dragged it through a terrible state of torment before bashing it against Sam’s sneakers. He picked up the note as gusty winds threw up enough dust to make Suzanne disappear.
The note read, “They told me to stop talking to you and to spend more time playing.”
There was only dust in the wind as Sam stood there—cleaning his glasses.
August 16, 2020 · 10:40 pm
An app said I misspelled my last name and suggested Malkovich was correct.
Was I at the character selection screen of some dystopian video game? Did the game know me better than I know myself?
No, I was using Grammarly.
July 26, 2020 · 2:35 pm
Outside, for a time, lighting lit up the sky like fireworks exploding on the fourth of July. Inside, I could hear rain slapping the fire escape, as if the droplets had some burning rage issues. Suddenly, a loud rumbling sound roared down the street, shaking all my dishes in the kitchen. Was this terrifying thunder or an oversized dump truck carrying delicious ice cream? Who knows! I’m knee-deep in this new game.