25 is the new 47 according to both Ontario Provincial Government, Your Creepy Uncle

TORONTO, ON - On Wednesday, it was all eyes on both Premier Ford and Your Creepy Uncle at a Queens Park press meeting to justify their recent actions. “When you’re 47 there’s just not much you’re willing or able to do any more. I can’t stand them droning on and on for hours.” said Ford … Continue reading 25 is the new 47 according to both Ontario Provincial Government, Your Creepy Uncle

From Mythology to Misogyny

For content, reading my article on Jung and Plato will help make this make more sense. Recall that as a society we invent certain Archetypes, or general ideas, that get stored within our collective unconscious and affect the stories we create. These stories and Archetypes give us access to general wisdom, as we can see how our … Continue reading From Mythology to Misogyny

What Do I Do? – Virtue Ethics

If you missed the intro to my Ethics series where I covered Utilitarianism, catch it here. That's Ancient History Today I take you back to the shores of Ancient Greece. Here Aristotle, Plato's most famous student, built upon the philosophy given to him by his teacher. Aristotle's ideas were hugely influential. You can find pieces … Continue reading What Do I Do? – Virtue Ethics

“Roll a D99” – Brooklyn Nine-Nine & D&D

  Brooklyn Nine-Nine is one of the best comedy shows I've ever seen. Every episode, two or three main plots develop, with the nine main characters essentially splitting up into groups to tackle their own plot-line. What keeps the show fresh is their strong characters, mixing up which characters interact with which from episode to … Continue reading “Roll a D99” – Brooklyn Nine-Nine & D&D

“It Builds Character” – Character Creation in D&D

Maybe you're about to sit down for your first game of Dungeons & Dragons. Maybe you've played before but you're joining a new group. Maybe your last character died and you're making a new one. Regardless of the situation, making a D&D character is one of the most important parts of playing the game. Choices … Continue reading “It Builds Character” – Character Creation in D&D

Fighting Dragons In The Mind: My Relationship with D&D

I owe a lot to Dungeons and Dragons For the uninitiated, Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) is a role-playing game. Each player at the table takes on the role of a character, usually representing some combination of classic fantasy archetype such as Elves, Thieves, Wizards, Skeleton Pirates, Hippopotamus-Men, etc. They control everything that character does. One … Continue reading Fighting Dragons In The Mind: My Relationship with D&D