Cue Taylor Swift song
Did we cross a line here? I think we crossed a line….yeah, we obliterated that line.
We’re movin’ on up! Not to the East Side, but you know, in the world of podcasting on this thing called the internet.
Well, Brian and I are back with another week of nerdy news for you to get caught up on, and stay for the train wreck in the end. Or, the entire episode. This is what happens as you busy people know, when eventually you hit that night you have to record and it’s just been […]
We decided to try something new here at WatchPlayRead with our Geek Dad Report feature! Brian West and Myself have been talking about how hard it is to stay updated on all the top news of the week while being parents, having to work and being good spouses. Friends are always coming to us to […]
Earlier this week I had the distinct pleasure of spending the waning daylight hours with my eldest daughter playing games on my NES and SNES, two consoles that I used to love more than life itself and something I so very desperately wish for my kids to fight over after my passing.
I have one major overarching goal in my life, that is to raise two kids that are open about the world around them and to have a curiosity to explore it at a deeper level.
Lincoln (age 5) and WPR Senior Editor Ryan Thomason discuss fancy things like; Getting a Legends of Chima Lego promo box in the mail, Whiteboards and Pitfall Traps for catching bugs.
Our first podcast in video!
Ok, maybe it was only a couple of parts that had to get screwed on or pressed into holes, but for the first time, we made something together where my son got to see the electric guts, ask questions and then put it together himself.
I don’t think it’s anything new that I’m kinda the resident former Letterman’s Jacket wearing Jock here at WPR, I shall dispense with something that’s been rattling in my skull for a while.
Look at us, we’re keeping this shindig weekly!
We’ve started letting our 5 year old play on my old Nintendo, of course, he loves Ninja Turtles Arcade. Now, I’ll disclose this early on, after a couple of game sessions we couldn’t make it past the first level in the game. Eventually, I realized it was a Konami game, and well, you know what […]
After 30 years of sucking oxygen out of the air, I finally did it. I found a Tabletop D&D group and made my first character.