I promise this blog is not dead. I have been busy grinding at work and also working on a couple of side projects that are starting to see the light of day, hence the reason the posts have suffered here at Arcaneland. Even more unforgivable is that I missed a Friday Get Wild post the day after Thanksgiving. But seriously, check back soon, things will be back to normal but in the interim check out some of the other internet exploits I’m involved in:
It won’t be long and all this will get sorted out, maybe we can even get an apartment together…ya know…get things back to the way they were. Please be patient, I’ve got nothing but love for you all.
I guarantee your mind will be blown in astonishment. Pogo. Wow. You’ll watch this more than once, for sure. Guarantee #2.
Looks like some lovely winter reading courtesy of Ian Buxton in 101 Whiskies to Try Before You Die
These Levi x Pendelton collabo jackets make the prospect of relocating to Montana even more enticing. A strange sentiment I’m sure, but don’t fault me for feeling it.
“It doesn’t say much. Only ‘Howard Roark, Architect.’ But it’s like those mottoes men carved over the entrance of a castle and died for. It’s a challenge in the face of something so vast and so dark, that all the pain on earth–and do you know how much suffering there is on earth?–all the pain comes from that thing you are going to face. I don’t know what it is, I don’t know why it should be unleashed against you. I know only that it will be. And I know that if you carry these words through to the end, it will be a victory, Howard, not just for you, but for something that should win, that moves the world–and never wins acknowledgment. It will vindicate so many who have suffered as you will suffer. May God bless you–or whoever it is that is alone to see the best, the highest possible to human hearts. You’re on your way into hell, Howard.”
-Henry Cameron, The Fountainhead