Dumb and Fucking stupid!
Stupid Questions Part 2
Yes we are back. Apparently the sighted and to be honest possibly some blind folk are back with more stupid questions.
Round 2 fight!
Honestly I had an over whelming response to my first article all about the stupid questions people ask the blind community of the world.
I originally put
Being blind has lots of different ups and downs. But sadly 1 of these is that people are likely to ask you some really stupid fucking questions. These come from so many different places and from so many different types of people. So let us discuss.
A short introduction
So I put the call out and wow did
How to be pro!
I wrote an article giving help and advice on how to not suck at games. Well now it is time to take your gaming to the next level. This is how to be elite and pro as fuck!
The pro Gamer
The pro gamer. Not to be confused with the dedicated gamer. or the addicted gamer. The pro gamer doesn’t even
Hannibal’s end of year brain dump!
So here we are the final Friday of 2017. I have posted every Friday since Smoke asked if I would like to be a contributor but this is the first Friday I have not had a clue what I was going to write. So any way here goes.
An Idea Dump
I have spent the last few days asking people
140 characters is for chumps
What happens when you drink 3 out of 4 days, wake up on Thursday and realise you have not written a single word for a blog you usually post on Fridays. Simple you post on twitter asking for a topic. Get only 1 idea. So write some bullshit on that.
Hannibal’s Friendly Insults:
Having spent my fair share of time on Audio games. And far more time then I can believe on the receiving end of some incredibly offensive insults. I thought now was as good a time as any to try and set a few people on the path to making the gaming community a better
Background Music in games:
Of all the commands asked about on games. The one you will see the most is, How do you turn the music off or down?
As people first open games. Usually not bothering to read the read me provided to learn the key strokes. Often one of the first things they want to know