Well, hello there internet.
I’ve got a pretty good case of hobby-ADD, a term that I haven’t bothered to fully finish defining but basically translates into a very on-again-off-again approach to investing my time into any number of things. You’ll see reference to all kinds of stuff here; tactical gear, philosophy, miniatures, gaming, being a family man, growing up, music, technology and whatever book I picked up last week. I use this space primarily as an infodump for everything I’m working on, so that when I’m eventually a super-famous magician or something, there’ll be a spot I’ve already got everything logged. I’m into nerd culture, podcasts and history. I like big band swing, easy listening jazz, story-telling country and aggressive hip-hop. I want to write stories and save the world.
I decided to revamp the blog a little in the summer of 2017. As I’ve found myself writing more frequently, I figured it was best to put a little shine on the place in case somebody actually stopped in to have a gander. If you’re here, it’s probably because you like awesome stuff like Brazilian Jiu Jitsu or cooking on firepits.
Without a clear cut direction, I’m not too sure what this blog will become. I’ve had a few ideas – from just logging the day to day and journalling to a little branded idea for like-minded individuals. Whatever it is, however it turns out – I’m aiming for a few things here. First and foremost, I’m going to speak truth above anything else. As Jordan Peterson so often reminds me, I’ll use this space to stay aligned with the truth and to, creatively speaking, keep my room clean.
I know bloggers are supposed to ‘pick a lane’ and stick to it, but that doesn’t jive so well with me. That said, you’ll get a pretty good look at the spectrum of my interests by following along here. Even moreso by following me on Instagram – @postpunksuperhero. If you’ve got something you want to say, leave a comment or get at me directly. Better yet, start your own damn blog and broadcast your thoughts like the rest of us!
This post is part of an ongoing project called The Wedge. To read more, click here. Rucking. I've been doing it for a few years now and slowly starting to indoctrinate the more crazy among my peers to start doing it too. The image for this post is taken from fitatmidlife.com, who gracefully describes the [...]
This post is part of an ongoing project called The Wedge. To read more, click here. Well, we're one month into The Wedge. This far, I expected a number of minor failures of discipline. I expected to be pushing strongly toward my goal of squatting two plates but also anticipated the frequency of my writing [...]
This post is part of an ongoing project called The Wedge. To read more, click here. Today, internet, I present my first mix. You can listen here - LINK It's top 40 stuff and a healthy dose of playing with transition effects. First time I've ever gone public with a music project in over a [...]
This post is part of an ongoing project called The Wedge. To read more, click here. Current tally: Squatting 185, up to module 3 on Cybrary and writing now! One of the goals I had set for myself was to finally obtain a credential I've long since studied for. Admittedly, I've really only dipped into [...]
This post is part of an ongoing project called The Wedge. To read more, click here. For the participant handout, see here: LINK When I was initially conceptualizing The Wedge, I thought of an overnight wilderness camp. Specifically, a camp where boys and fathers could come together, test themselves and get some good hard-lived moments [...]
This post is part of an ongoing project called The Wedge. To read more, click here. By this time, it's undeniable. We've gotten soft. Pliable. Comfortable and complacent. A good handful of years ago, I started thinking about an answer to the impossible question - how do I do anything about a systemic problem? Not [...]
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