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Christopher Wrann
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New post up at Aquarium Drinking. No new comic yet but ,maybe the shape of things to come for awhile... maybe.

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Terrible news, The Clone Wars was the best thing to come out of Star Wars.

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Great article, looking forward to the next two. Haters need to stop hating the prequels that resuscitated the franchise.

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Those were the days

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My six year old son's school had a power outage so we got the day off and decided to do the best we could to put back together all of his Lego Star Wars Mini Figures. The ships and sets are all in good shape but if you know six year olds and minifigures you know that pieces can vanish or be re-purposed very easily. Once we put together everything we could find all the pieces to we had a photo shoot.
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This is a great brief dissection of FWWM. Makes me want to rewatch, not only the movie, but also the entire series... for the umpteenth time.

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Hot off the presses! More post coitus dialogue. Spoiler alert! Post coitus dialogue predictably ends with one person snoring.

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This was in the wee hours but I like it so I'm resharing it.
"A boy becomes a man when a man is needed" -Steinbeck

In other words, stop being such a frightened bunch of wimps about everything, gen y... millennials... whatever the hell they're calling you these days. Get your hands dirty, dig in. Life is dirty, it's a mess, embrace it.

There's this mentality that has developed, this faith in a rational world, where everything is ordered and linear and all makes sense. Collect the items on level one, solve a simple puzzle, get to the boss, defeat the boss, progress to level two.

Life isn't rational and it's nothing like a video game. You weren't meant to start out life with the ideal job. There's no ideal time to get out of your parent's house, or to have that unexpected kid, or to compromise your standards for a paycheck, This is life, this is it, so dig in and embrace it. Get some callouses on your hands and your brain and your soul. Become a man, or a woman that has seen some shit, that has lived through it. Become somebody that has something to say about life with some authority, because you lived it.

Stop aborting your life by ensconcing yourself in video games and pop culture, stop aborting your adulthood by staying in your parent's house and not passing up that less than ideal job, stop aborting your kids because everything isn't ideal just right now. Embrace your life.

Man up, woman up, and best of all, and hardest of all, and most rewarding of all, find happiness in this messy, hard life. It will be all the easier because this is the messy life that you made, not the one that you avoided and not the one that was made for you.

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repost because at first it was just the quote then I went and had myself a rant.
"A boy becomes a man when a man is needed" -Steinbeck

In other words, stop being such a frightened bunch of wimps about everything gen y... millennials... whatever the hell they're calling you these days. Get your hands dirty, dig in. Life is dirty, it's a mess, embrace it.

There's this mentality that has developed, this faith in a rational world, where everything is ordered and linear and all makes sense. Collect the items on level one, solve a simple puzzle, get to the boss, defeat the boss, progress to level two.

Life isn't rational and it's nothing like a video game. You weren't meant to start out life with the ideal job. There's no ideal time to get out of your parent's house, or to have that unexpected kid, or to compromise your standards for a paycheck, This is life, this is it, so dig in and embrace it. Get some callouses on your hands and your brain and your soul. Become a man, or a woman that has seen some shit, that has lived through it. Become somebody that has something to say about life with some authority, because you lived it.

Stop aborting your life by ensconcing yourself in video games and pop culture, stop aborting your adulthood by staying in your parent's house and not passing up that less than ideal job, stop aborting your kids because everything isn't ideal just right now. Embrace your life.

Man up, woman up, and best of all, and hardest of all, and most rewarding of all, find happiness in this messy, hard life. It will be all the easier because this is the messy life that you made, not the one that you avoided and not the one that was made for you.

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"A boy becomes a man when a man is needed" -Steinbeck

In other words, stop being such a frightened bunch of wimps about everything, gen y... millennials... whatever the hell they're calling you these days. Get your hands dirty, dig in. Life is dirty, it's a mess, embrace it.

There's this mentality that has developed, this faith in a rational world, where everything is ordered and linear and all makes sense. Collect the items on level one, solve a simple puzzle, get to the boss, defeat the boss, progress to level two.

Life isn't rational and it's nothing like a video game. You weren't meant to start out life with the ideal job. There's no ideal time to get out of your parent's house, or to have that unexpected kid, or to compromise your standards for a paycheck, This is life, this is it, so dig in and embrace it. Get some callouses on your hands and your brain and your soul. Become a man, or a woman that has seen some shit, that has lived through it. Become somebody that has something to say about life with some authority, because you lived it.

Stop aborting your life by ensconcing yourself in video games and pop culture, stop aborting your adulthood by staying in your parent's house and not passing up that less than ideal job, stop aborting your kids because everything isn't ideal just right now. Embrace your life.

Man up, woman up, and best of all, and hardest of all, and most rewarding of all, find happiness in this messy, hard life. It will be all the easier because this is the messy life that you made, not the one that you avoided and not the one that was made for you.
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