The Performative Nature of Instagram

There are some things I’ve noticed that I’m interpreting as signal I’m getting older. Around 5 years ago, I completely lost sight of Top 40 music. Some of my favorite athletes are retiring or have been retired for some time. One that feels more personal, is the fact I’m really starting to feel the wheels … Continue reading “The Performative Nature of Instagram”


I’ve been a hurt runner for a long time. Growing up, I was constantly dealing with some type of tendonitis, pulled muscles, you name it. In the summer of 2019, I set out to run the Monumental half marathon in Indianapolis. About a month into training I started getting some tendonitis in my achilles which … Continue reading “Yoga”

Why I Believe the Supreme Court Ruled Incorrectly

Yesterday, the Supreme Court acted on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization in a decision that overruled the court’s previous ruling on Roe v. Wade. For context, Dobbs v. Jackson…was a case on a Mississippi state law that banned abortion operations after the first 15 weeks of pregnancy. My understanding of this decision is that … Continue reading “Why I Believe the Supreme Court Ruled Incorrectly”

Exclusivity is the Antithesis to What Podcasts Were Meant to be.

I don’t have too many badges of honor in nerd-dom. One of the few that I do have is that I’ve been into podcasts since 2008. The first podcast I ever listened to was Major Nelson Radio, now The Official Xbox Podcast, hosted by Larry Hyrb at Xbox. I thought it was magical. I was … Continue reading “Exclusivity is the Antithesis to What Podcasts Were Meant to be.”