With tremulous fingertips, you turn the page in your homework agenda, only to see that which you dreaded most of all: You have an essay due this week.
Working out without proper gear can seriously injure you—I know this because my body has been screaming this at me for the past few years.
“He works two types of food delivery, runs a ride share, picks up shifts as a taxi driver, walks dogs, takes on translation and transcription work online, tutors, teaches a spin class and a kickboxing class on weekends… I really don’t know how he does it.”
“I would like everyone to know that Transit Police officers are on the transit system to keep everyone who uses our system as safe as possible.” – Anne Drennan, spokesperson for the Metro Vancouver Transit Police
I’m not saying you shouldn’t criticize the media you consume—by all means, go for it. But you should be taking into consideration who you’re directing your criticism at, and how constructive it is.
“I just love the silliness of it and sort of trying to ground a very big, ridiculous, farcical comedic performance in some form of reality.” – Johnathan Mason
Once a week by night, however, I become the tiny but mighty Kala Greenwood, a gnome warlock chained to a powerful elemental deity from the Primordial Plane.