Kiester’s Komments

Writing is hard, coming up with something to write about is harder. I find it much easier to react creatively than to present an independent, creative action; thus, I find myself in comment sections quite a bit. Not to read, oh no, I am not one to provoke the wrath of the gods; I follow the first commandment of Internet browsing: “Thou shalt not read the comments.” I am a commenter. I am one of those that hopes that there are people stumbling upon the Internet for the first time, unaware of the laws. I reside below the byline. I am not one of the trolls who comments to cause pain or hurt; I only continue the conversation started by those more creative than myself. I desire only to bring a smile to the poor lost soul who slips too far past the story.

So, what does a serial commenter hope to accomplish with a blog? Short answer: I don’t know yet. I do know it is time to branch out and try something new. I don’t know what this will turn into, more than likely just another cobweb-filled corner of the Internet that no one ever sees, but maybe it will help me create something of my own.

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“The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.” -Aristotle

Tim is a father, husband, son, and brother. A pescatarian, a board gamer, a humanist,  and a feminist. He is a dungeon master, a dreamer, and a bad friend. He is a connoisseur of beers and an adventurous home-cook.  He is sometimes a runner and always a reader. He walks on his lunch break and takes pictures of trees.  These are his thoughts, try not to judge.

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Civil comments are always welcome!