In a phenomenon sweeping across your Facebook timeline, the simple yet addictive game of Wordle is popping up everywhere. It is a fun, albeit simple game, with the undoubted reason for its success being the fact that we all get to play the same word, and subtly flex how we do each and every day. … Continue reading What Your Wordle Opener Says About You.
I've been called the modern day Jackson Pollock of flowcharts.
Webster defines Crucible as this: a situation of severe trial, or in which different elements interact, leading to the creation of something new.
First Light from the perspective of a Green Rookie (fiction): [Part 1 of 3] I sit eagerly in the war camp as the plan is given to us. I feel honored to be selected, holding First Light for the Peacocks is something I take seriously. Progamr is going over the plan making sure we were … Continue reading First Light from the perspective of a Green Rookie (fiction) 1/20
With momentum swinging away from Yellow, WW defeat still sour in our mouth, and an obvious infusion of talent surging within our enemies, we were tasked with holding Everfall. Moderate Expectations were confident as always, but each time we were tasked with defending, our opponents got a little stronger. Each time we gave up one … Continue reading A Loss @ Everfall (Jan 6th)
“The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” While this quote is famously MISATTRIBUTED to Einstein it has become clear there aren’t a lot of geniuses over there at the Shattered Mountain Folk. Time and time again they line up to capture Everfall and time and … Continue reading Holding Everfall Jan 2nd
(Khan and Covenant go 6 for 6). Not too shabby Covies. Reekwater proved to be a tough point to defend. The foreign invaders of zerging B while being flanked by musket men for the siege was an effective point of attack. They brought weapons of the void for our backline and laid the hammer down … Continue reading Khan 6 for 6
Webster defines the word Domination as such: The exercise of control or influence over someone or something, or the state of being so controlled. And what we put on display last night, would make Webster proud. Shoot, we held so much land last night it would’ve made the Roman Empire proud. A Tri-fecta for the … Continue reading Transfer War 12/22
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When I look back at the history of Michigan football under Jim Harbaugh (and the last two decades) I see a collection of games and results that frankly make me feel ill. The list of heartbreak is too long to count. In fact, I started a list the other day (because I hate myself) and … Continue reading Paul Bunyan: Balanced on a Knife’s Edge