I just tried one of these game bikes at the gym yesterday. This is insane; equal parts exercise and video game!
It’s cool enough that I will forgive that they are perpetuating the ghastly spelling of “expresso.”
The new Gmail compose experience
We went from this:
Can someone please explain how this is better?
In honour of Pi Day, here’s a slice from my long-defunct math-based webcomic, Pi Times.
I never said it was good.
Reverse reverse psychology
I just noticed how notoriously hard is is to like posts with this theme I’m using.
And this isn’t reverse psychology. You don’t have to like this post. Not that I think that you can’t, this isn’t a challenge either. I think you’re smart.
But like, don’t not like it either.
I’m gonna go.
When it comes to the game of darts, I always operated under the assumption that once the dart leaves your hand mysterious forces (and Beelzebub) did the rest; bringing your missile to rest on a random location on the dartboard. (If you’re lucky.)
Turns out this is a game of skill, something I learned when my friend Shannon absolutely schooled me this weekend. I didn’t think anyone except the British could be good at this game. It was bewildering.
And infuriating. After getting lambasted a few times, my competitive streak kicked in. I drank hard and tried even harder, and sure enough, I improved. And though I actually hit the bull’s eye at one point, my proudest achievement has to be this triple two, piggy-backed by another dart. I suppose you would score this twelve. Not a huge amount but whatever. Eat it, Kevin Costner.
(That was a reference to Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves. He wasn’t there with us.)