Monday, March 23, 2015

Pile That Plate High - A Look at the Projects And Other Time Sinks I Have In Place

Last week, one of the players that played in my short run Sunday Morning Crypts & Things campaign two years ago wanted to get members of my old (high school, college and beyond) to commit to a Sunday morning ongoing campaign via Roll20. Needless to say, I'd be running it.

I felt a need to point out the following: I'm in a regular Saturday Night Roll20 group and run a more or less monthly Friday Night Roll20 group. I moderate a chat here at The Tavern on Wednesday Nights and record The Brainstorm Podcast on Tuesday Evenings. Every other Sunday afternoon, we record the Far & Away Podcast and I owe the fine patrons of The Tavern a monthly Hangout on G+. I owe two fine folks content for their Kickstarters, I owe my Patrons content on the blogside and I put multiple blog posts up on a daily basis. Not to mention a 43 hr work week when not working overtime as well as finding time with my family (uncle duty is most Wednesday Afternoons and Saturday - All Day - auntie is on duty too.)

Needless to say, I could only commit to every other Sunday Morning ;)

Actually, if I showed this breakdown to Rachel, she'd probably tell me I'm insane... heh


  1. Well, your work is appreciated! This has become one of my go-to blogs.

  2. You ARE insane.. you still have slots open on Monday night, Thursday night, Saturday Morning and Sunday night! Seriously, though, I knew kids in college who would have played D&D 24/7 if school hadn't kept getting in the way. Heck, some of 'em did. And then next semester we'd have to find a new Cleric, or Fighter or something. But it was fun while it lasted. Graduating sucked.. LOL

    1. I didn't realize how much it was until I typed it out ;)

  3. Yeah, that's pretty insane. I have a bi-monthly tabletop HERO game on Friday nights, a bi-monthly D&D 5 Roll20 game on Sunday nights, a bi-monthly D&D 5 Roll20 game on opposite Saturday nights, a monthly table-top Savage Worlds game, I try to get on the Happy Jack's podcast as much as I can, and I have the best intentions of growing my blog via more frequent posts... that's usually what falls off the table, heh.

  4. I could do that if I didn't have this pesky job. I keep planning on buying lottery tickets, but then my math skills kick in.


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