Thursday, September 27, 2018

A Nerd's List Of Reasons To Keep On Going

Hello! I'm Art, today's guest blogger, with the second installment of "A Nerd's List of Reasons to Keep On Going." Can you believe that the first installment was posted over a year ago? Time sure flies when you're having fun. Anyway, for a little background information on who I am and why I'm writing this post, you should probably check out that first installment before you continue reading this one.
Done? Good! So let's get to it. Basically, the purpose of these posts is to show that even though life can be challenging sometimes, there are always many, many reasons to hang in there and keep on going. And if you're a fan of pop culture like I am, you know that we're really living in golden age where there is just so much good stuff coming out all the time that it's hard to feel down for long, even if something that was on your list didn't really live up to your expectations. So here we go!

A Nerd's List of Reasons to Keep On Going (as of September 27, 2018)

1. The next Autism Empowerment event
2. Daredevil Season 3
3. Doctor Who Season (or Series, in the UK) 11
4. Halloween
5. Joel Suzuki, Volume Four: Fable of the Fatewave (I have no idea what that is, Brian just asked me to include it)
6. Thanksgiving
7. The new live-action Avatar series (I mean, it might be good, after all!)
8. Christmas/Hanukkah/Kwanzaa
9. Captain Marvel
10. Korean BBQ
11. Avengers: Endgame (I'm not sure if this is really the title - it's just a popular fan theory. Wouldn't it be cool, though?)
12. The rare Japanese anime DVD that you ordered that is taking four weeks to arrive but will get to your house eventually
13. Pizza
14. Aquaman (I mean, it might be good, after all!)
15. New Year's Eve
16. Venom
17. Super Mario Party for the Switch
18. Bohemian Rhapsody (the movie)
19. Naps
20. Ralph Breaks the Internet
21. Dark Phoenix

That's it for this time! If you have anything you'd like to add to the list, feel free to leave a comment.

-- Art

(Editor's note: you can read more of Art's wisdom in the first three volumes of the Joel Suzuki series, listed below.)

Joel Suzuki, Volume One: Secret of the Songshell
Joel Suzuki, Volume Two: Mystery of the Moonfire
Joel Suzuki, Volume Three: Legend of the Loudstone

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