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Getting Started

As they say, the best time to start is now. I've had this blog for almost 3 months now, and I have yet to write a single post. I won't bother going through every excuse I've made, but here I am. The timing to start a new project like this isn't perfect, but it never will be. I'm not entirely sure what I'm going to write about, but that's fine, too. 

As a basic introduction, I'll say that I hope this blog becomes a useful way for me to organize my thoughts, learn from readers through their comments and messages, and hopefully help my readers gain something valuable as well. My first several posts will likely be based on a cool website I found, or a new book I read, or any other review-based stuff. This is mostly because it'll be hard for me to run out of things I think are fun/neat/interesting/helpful/cool to share, which means I won't have any excuses for not writing.

Having a blog has always interested me, so I'm excited to officially get started and see how things turn out. I don't feel like I have any groundbreaking ideas that everybody should hear, but I do feel like I've found a lot of interesting things worth sharing. I'm not looking to become a full-time blogger, I'm not interested in growing my reader base simply to brag about it, and I'm not committing to any overall theme that will cover all of my posts. I'm simply logging parts of my life on the web as a means to becoming more involved with the online community.

Thanks for reading, and wish me luck!

Burn Notice: The End of an Era

On Boredom At Its Worst

Last Thursday was an end of an era. That day was the series finale for Burn Notice.

Yes, Burn Notice. "Who the hell watches Burn Notice?"

Honestly, the show wasn't even that good in the latter half of the series and declined significantly in quality. Still, it's a little hard to believe that the series is all over now.

That show was the eventual reason to my obsession of TV. If you don't know already, I'm a TV addict. I'm currently following more than twenty shows, and have an Evernote page that categorizes my TV shows into four categories: Finished, Up To Date, Catch Up, and Future.

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