Thursday, December 31, 2009

New Years Resolution

So I have been neglecting you all lately. I am sorry. The reason being is that I usually update the blog when I am at work because I usually have nothing going on there to distract me while at home there are video games to distract me. Well any way I am doing a little update. I finely dinged 75 yay for me. I have been off and on all break because I have been hanging with a lot of friends since they are off too.

Anyway the title says new years resolution so here is mine for the game of Warhammer. I resolve to reach 80 on my knight by February. What are your resolution for Warhammer.

1 comment:

  1. My plan was to quit drinking on New Year's Day. I'm starting to have serious second thoughts however. Watching the utter implosion of the country that I love so much has definite advantages from the vantage-point of the bottom of an empty vodka bottle. In fact it can be a lot of fun! Better to giggle when shit-faced than to weep with your faculties intact. The last ten years have been such an utter train wreck that it is difficult - if not impossible - to take it all in in any other condition than complete, alcohol-induced giddiness. When one is forced to witness the total decline of what used to be a grand civilization, it generally is a good rule-of-thumb to have an artificial stimulant at the ready. Heroin is too expensive and marijuana gives me terrible anxiety attacks. So make it one for my baby and one more for the road, Joe....

    Was that decade just a horrible nightmare? Of course I'm being facetious, but there were more-than-a-few times during during the last ten years - particularly during the time the Bush Mob was in power - that I would awaken suddenly in the middle of the night and say out loud,

    "Did I dream that?"
    "Is Bush seriously president?"
    "Did we actually invade Iraq?"
    "Are the Spice Girls really number one?"

    And a special tip of the old fedora to George W. Bush. Anyone who can make me nostalgic for the likes of Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan has a certain talent, no doubt about it. His entire eight-year-reign seems almost surreal in hindsight. In a twisted and cynical paraphrasing of Charles Dickens, "It was the worst of times. It was the worst of times." What a long, strange trip it's been. As the great Hunter Thompson liked to say, "Buy the Ticket. Take the ride."

    Tom Degan
    Goshen NY