is a Director of Imagination/Speaker/Writer/Geek who is trying to comprehend his surroundings. He’s also writing a book: https://medium.com/creative-ignition
Some kids cut their Barbie™’s hair with safety scissors. Others give them marker tattoos. My daughter uses nail polish to create a political statement the likes of which the ancient Greeks haven’t seen since Thalia and Melpomene—the dramatic masks of comedy and tragedy. These dolls are also masks of femininity, not exposed thr…
The real threats to our time are not obvious distractions that we know are wrong. Rather, the real threats are the wolves in sheep’s clothing — activities which make us feel like we’re working hard, but that do not ultimately move the needle. Buffett’s three-step approach inoculates against these!
… (and here’s where my story takes a dark turn) is that most of the time I have no one to play with. After spending one child’s university tuition on Scythe, the rest of my family has no interest in investing two hours in a 1930s steampunk engine-building Eastern Europe area control game. Board game geeks can be a very lonely bunch when they are not in close proximity to each other. My family prefers the simple ruthlessness of Monopoly and the even-simpler raunchiness of Cards Against Humanity to any of my heavy cardboard games.