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The Unemployed Geek

I'm not much of a professional critic, nor am I particularly skilled appraiser of the various aspects of tabletop gaming, but I like to think I can recognize a valuable resource when I see it. When such a discovery is made, I verify its authenticity as best I can, and provide it to you, my dear readers. This reliable process has guided me through every post viewed on this space, and has lead to my first advertisement of a foreign, yet truly exceptional tabletop-(amongst other things) oriented blog:

http://gettingmyheadonstraight.blogspot.com/

The titular proprietor of this blog, as evidenced by his wealth of knowledge that spans 100+ posts (and counting), clearly knows what he's talking about. Whether it's a meditation on video games, comic books, convention activities, or good old tabletop gaming, he's sure to offer a clear, concise, and (usually) impartial overview of the subject material within a post of appropriate length. Quite frankly, I can't say much about his work, for it already speaks volumes for itself. However, I will confess, with a measure of stinging pride, that I'm quite envious of the vastness of his 'geek know-how'; a depth of intelligence concerning the various mediums of fantasy/fiction and the industries relevant to their production (someday, I hope to match this impressive amount of experience, but I'm sure that will come, with time).

This impressive mastery of the 'geek' lore, paired with the consistent quality (and quantity) of his posts, sets the stage for quite a shock when one examines the total count of his followers. This passive tally may not mean much to you, but to me, it shows a disturbing lack of recipients for his insightful advice and wisdom concerning subjects often displayed on my blog. So, if you're seeking to expand your understanding of the world of entertainment outside of tabletop gaming, or if you simply wish to refine certain skills within said niche, I urge you to subscribe to his publications. If it's not too much of a bother, I'm sure a little more exposure for him wouldn't hurt, either.


Thank you, for your time and attention.

17 comments:

nowaysj said...

Hey man thanks for the heads up. Why don't you make that a link with an anchor tag, so it is easier for people to check it out.

ChazWellington said...

good looking out! gonna check that site out

Shaw said...

thanks for the link

DocStout said...

Wow, thanks for the kind words. I appreciate knowing that there are folks out there reading what I do, and getting a little something out of it.

Wolle said...

Gonna check the blog out.

Kyran said...

Will check it out, thanks.

fabio_2007 said...

Gonna check that blog out.

Jason said...

A really very interesting read! I hope you keep updating us with more info!

Mr Jack House said...

New joy wait on you! Here our play has ending. Following!

cheshire said...

Will be checkin' this blog out ;D

1904 Blogger said...

will check it out, thanks

Zach said...

Checking it out right now, awesome blog

jose mata said...

Checking this out right now. Thanks for the post

Jessica Thompson said...

Haha, that's great!

Hot New Music Today said...

Shoutouts are always nice. Great content, as always~

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neatfit said...

I'm following that blog now, shout-outs are really nice sometimes indeed.

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