Tag Archives: doing it right

On Social Advice from Social Mopes

Don’t take financial advice from a broke guy.  (Yo!)  Don’t take dietary advice from a fat guy.  (Double yo!)  And don’t take relationship advice from SJWs.  You can trust your old pal E. Reagan Wright on that last one – … Continue reading

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All You Need is Three

The worst campaigns I’ve ever played in started out like this:  “What do you want to do?” My answer to that always takes the passive-aggressive form of another question:  “What are my options?” Being as I’m a player who is considerate … Continue reading

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Super D&D Saiyan

This past weekend the Dynamic Geek Gab Duo snapped on a pair blue rubber gloves, bent D&D over a paper covered table, and ran their callouses fingers over every polyp and nodule it could find within the greatest RPG’s warm … Continue reading

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Doctor Walker, Coroner Extraordinaire

In a recent post, Bradford C. Walker, incisive member of the Badthink commentariat, rolled up his sleeves, grabbed a scalpel, and dove elbow deep into the rotting, putrescent corpse of mainstream pseudo-D&D: The original form of the game, the version … Continue reading

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All Gave Some…

Some gave up their balls. Ha ha, I keed.  That’s a little Memorial Day humor for you guys.  A jaunty little tune whistled past the military graveyard. Let’s bring things down a notch: Kurt was so brave.  Fritz was fiercely … Continue reading

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More On Kids and D&D

Ha ha, yesterday I forgot to wish my exes a Happy Valentines day, and all three of them got pretty mad.  They didn’t to let me see my Jewish daughter, my Latin King son, or even my hijab wearing daughter.  … Continue reading

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Hugo Bait: The Perfect Hugo Story

First published on April 28, 2017, the story that follows can and should be nominated for a Hugo Award.  It was written according to the proscribed rules of suitable stories.  At the time it was written, the author self-identified as … Continue reading

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