Ethos does not want to work. He wants to bang on his drums all day. Except replace “drums” with “piano” and “bang on” with “play”. While he waits for that dream to come true, he wrote some words about video games. Read them.
It only took him nine tries, but Ethos finally answers reader questions in this edition of Editorial Miscellany. Was the wait worth it? No. No the wait was not worth it, but read it anyway please?
Ethos played video games this week! What a delight it must be to be him. Whether or not people agree with that statement, everybody agrees that Editorial Miscellany is the highlight of their week. Join the masses and indulge in scattered indulgence.
Ethos struggles to keep up with the awesome that is two of Nintendo’s strongest titles in years being released on the same day. It is surely a return to form for Nintendo, but is it also a return to form for Editorial Miscellany? Read on to find out!
Ethos is in middle spirits today, unintentionally bringing a sense of cohesion to the Second Phase of Editorial Miscellany. In this week’s edition, he buys a PS4 and talks about that the entire time. Also he links to a South Park clip about Mormons.
Ethos is in decidedly better spirits than last week, but does that translate to a better column or a more annoying column? The answer is definitely “both”. Enjoy and be annoyed within!
Ethos is tired and deflated on Rob Ford Continues To Be The Worst Day, but he still provides his Editorial Miscellany, albeit late and uninspired. How is THAT for a sell?
Ethos once again delivers an insightful and entertaining look into what gaming meant to him in the preceding week by providing an entry in his long-celebrated column. Did he answer letters? Is there gossip? Did he puke his pants? Find out within.
Ethos pretends that the second entry in his new column is old hat at this point and rambles into oblivion. Throw away your worries and join him in a light-hearted walk through his week in gaming.
Ethos returns to a regular column at Lusipurr.com, but does so in his own fruity style. Brave readers should read on if they wish to know which horrible form Ethos’ ramblings have taken on this time.