I offend while making valid points. Without making valid points in the process, being offensive makes you an asshole.
I offend to promote tolerance. Without tolerance over what people say, we would be killing each other for bullshit reasons far too often.
Host: (noun) a person who receives or entertains other people as guests.
Anomalous: (adjective) deviating from what is standard, normal, or expected.
Welcome to the Anomalous Host blog. Here I discuss topics in entertainment and information, mainly in regards to film, video games, board games, and occasionally news/politics. Bluntly. With no fear of using foul politically incorrect language.
I do reviews for films, video games, and board games (though board game reviews will be rare from me as I usually don’t end up playing those games enough times to where I consider myself experienced enough to make a fair review).
My rating system, on a scale from 0.5-5 (in other words, a scale of 1-10 for wise-asses):
- 0.5: Unbearable torture.
- 1.0: One of the wort pieces of shit ever created.
- 1.5: Contains less than the minimum required to be decent.
- 2.0: Forgettable.
- 2.5: May have a decent moment or two, but is otherwise average.
- 3.0: Solid, would revisit every once in a long while.
- 3.5: Entertaining; what I usually expect. Might be worth getting.
- 4.0: Worth owning.
- 4.5: Just shy of a masterpiece.
- 5.0: Masterpiece. If it was a movie, I could watch it twice in a row and be just as entertained the second time as the first (maybe more-so).
Every once in a while I’ll give my opinion on something outside of those categories, whether it be a book, a response to another blogger (a video blogger or a written blog), or some news story or article. Usually when I go out of my way to do that, it’s because the blogger or news/political story did something that infuriated me (ie pissed me right the fuck off).
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“The freedom of speech is meaningless unless it means the freedom of the person who thinks differently”.
— Rosa Luxemburg