I recently met a couple of Mormon missionaries and as I’m weird, I talked to them. As usual for religious people, they attempted to sell the idea of religion to me with promise of eternal joy at the feet of the creator. Well, there’s a problem here…
It would seem that despite all fears to the contrary, Arena has actually sort of brought back the previously forgotten art of deckbuilding.
Having been stuck at home for two years now, you need to start to come up with things to do. And while I have started to move around freely and return to the world actively, I still spend a lot of time just home and when you do that you need to come up with things to do.
Caveat: I’m not going to go into how to play MtG competitively without spending much money. There’s an easy answer for that: Be good enough to be sponsored for the cards or have strong enough network to be able to loan cards. In both cases this can only happen after initial investment, unless you are very lucky with the latter one.
Right now, as I decided to write this, I am very happy that Indian cinmea is and has been so averse to any kind of intimacy.
Let’s start with CODA.
I already made this list on 31st of December, but due to the complexicities of distribution and me being in Finland, I was not able to see many of the best movies of last year by that time. So, here’s another version.
First: I haven’t finished the game yet. I just haven’t bothered. It just hasn’t been that much fun, that I would have felt the desire to put more hours into it.
What prompted me to write about this? Maggie May Fish’s explanation on Twin Peaks (part 1).
I had to opportunity to go and see Ennio, the documentary on Ennio Morricone released last year, so I took it.