Blogging hiatus & mental health note

Since I started this blog in February I've stuck to a goal of at least one substantial post a month (last month's angry poem totally counts damn it!) For this month there won't be a post, and possibly next month. My mental health has been particularly volatile this summer to the point I had to…

First Campaign Hype

I've only played Dungeons and Dragons once in my life so far, a one-shot run for me by a buddy from work. That's about to change. Next Thursday we should be starting a campaign taking place in Critical Role's Exandria, as a coworker who started about a month or two ago is also a Critter.…

queers

queers, horrible deviants sexually immoral preying on innocent children they should be shunned they should be outed they should be threatened why can't they just be normal why can't they just be like us good gays happy fucking pride month twenty eighteen

A Rebranding

Over the last couple days I've updated things around here. There's a new theme, Carbon Lite, with a new header image from Pixabay user geralt. I've also gotten rid of the godawful placeholder title of "Jay's Thoughts", with the blog you're reading now called "Androgyne of the Archeart" (the Archeart being the androgynous deity of…

Book review: The Hobbit

This post was written first as a Goodreads review, with a rating of three out of five stars. The Goodreads posting can be found in the syndication links below the post. After about four different attempts over the past few years to start reading this classic, I finally stuck with it with the deadline of…

The History of a Username

This blog is on a subdomain of my site, sixy.name. My social media and messaging names are almost always "Sixthhokage1" or "Sixthhokage95". So how did I come to be known as these names? Well it starts in 2006. A friend got me to try RuneScape around the end of fifth grade, so I created an…

Piecing together my personal media center

I've just gotten back into using Kodi and got my library managers set to monitor things again. God this is so much better than manually downloading things and just playing them in VLC. For those unfamiliar, Kodi is an open source media center application created in the early 2000s for the original Xbox as Xbox…