The Grand Finale…

This is it. It was nice knowing you, my loyal, fantastic viewers. Goodbye… Hah. Did you honestly believe you were going to get off the hook that easily? Oh, no, no, no. This was merely an instrument. A stepping stone to a much larger… Stepping stone. It has all led to this… And this time, you […]

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  • I Couldn’t Shut Up.

    I utterly failed to stay silent on the day of Silence. Go figure, Drake can’t keep his mouth shut. No, really, it was hard. I had to keep reminding myself. Biting my tongue (not hard. That would be awful), bopping myself on the head with things to stay alert. Gotta be awake to be quiet. […]

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  • Get Efficient, Evolution!

    Hi. Drake returns once more to bring you… Well, to be honest, I didn’t really think this one through, so I don’t know what I’m bringing you. Perhaps I bring you… Let’s say it’s a box, and within that box is another box, and within that box is Drake, because I can fit into boxes, […]

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  • Drake Jellison and Radioactive Coal

    [Insert Harry Potter theme] Now, I might just be scientifically sheltered, starved and otherwise oblivious, but this was serious news to me. ‘This’ being this–> http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=coal-ash-is-more-radioactive-than-nuclear-waste Er, before I get to the Journalism-muse-science business, it’s best that I give you a nice excuse so you don’t fire me and/or say mean things to me in school […]

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  • Iamsrryplzforgive– OH, and SUMMER.

    Firstly, I’d like to apologize for this enormous, ridiculous, glaring gap in between my posts that just happened. Life has been hard and the struggle bus actually ran out of gasoline while I was on board and we got stuck in downtown chicago at 3AM and it was bad, okay? I’ll avoid that line next […]

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  • I might’ve angered the gods. My bad.

    The title explains what I have to say pretty well. All throughout the beginning of winter, I was fairly disappointed. There was no snow, and there was no moisture. There was only a dry, chilly wind that forced me to blink every second or so to once I got indoors to acclimatize my eyes. I […]

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