I hate writing or even saying things likes this but it is the only way to introduce this piece: I am a part of that often spoken of, butt of the joke, 'misunderstood' Millennial generation. The ones who supposedly don't want to work, who are concerned with striking the perfect work life balance, a generation … Continue reading Entrepreneuring “F**k it”
Right now, right this second I am having the best day ever. As many know the old adage goes there's always someone out there having a better one, albeit the adage is usually used in the inverse, in the negative i.e. there is always someone having a worse day than you. Of course the reason … Continue reading King of Fandoms
Only 3 months and several hours late. Guess that's the rock 'n' roll way and they certainly aren't ones to disappoint in that department. Finally they took to the stage. Aged, relaxed and seated. As ever though they did not disappoint with tales of free muffins, ex-girlfriends, of their partying ways and freaking out when … Continue reading A Tut of the Absurd
Just the other day I was chatting with a colleague at work about one of my all time favourite films and as I was ramping up my reasonings I described the film thusly, '...it's bold, beautiful, boring and brilliant'. I'm not quite sure why my brain was spewing alliteration or how so cohesively. Nonetheless I … Continue reading It’s good to be boring!
This whole blog began as a way to fill the loss of our University Radio Show that was ruthlessly pulled from air. To be fair we had graduated and so weren't technically allowed in the recording studio anymore. Ruthless. Our show however, 'And we're back...' began as an opportunity for myself and my friend Harley … Continue reading Full Circle
We all have loves and fandoms that we cherish. Those things we hold sacred and protect unfathomably. If we were to really look at those fandoms and those loves and to pick them apart, questioning why this or that, what does it mean to me, I promise you you will be surprised by what you … Continue reading A History with the Spider-Man
Not too long ago I read Michael Lewis' wonderful and spectacular book 'The Undoing Project' which details the story of a pair of famed psychologists who revolutionised economics to the point of earning a Noble Prize for their efforts. Since having put the book down I have wanted to write something about either the pairing … Continue reading Rules of Daydreaming