Month: September 2020

  • Apple Podcast Archives: Part 3

    In part two, I basically had a tantrum about how I lost some episodes of a podcast while I was listening to it. I’m happy to report that somehow, I was able to get those episodes back, and more episodes I was missing from other shows. It’s weird, but I’m not complaining. Also, the Podcasts […]

  • Appreciation for Bran Stark

    I liked Bran Stark as soon as I started reading A Game of Thrones, but the personal significance of his character didn’t really hit me until I saw the first episode of Game of Thrones. The episode ends with Bran’s fall from the tower window. It isn’t clear if Bran understood what he saw, but […]

  • A Song of Politics

    I may not have read all of A Song of Ice and Fire yet, but it’s quite clear that Joffrey Baratheon and Cersei Lannister are pure evil. Full stop. Reality, however, isn’t so simple. It’s impossible to identify someone as a Stark or a Lannister – to divide the world into groups of “good guys” […]