release the kraken.

So, it begins. 2014, a blog is created.

Why do we blog? What is it about the human desire to scribe one’s existence on the digital fabric that is the internet? Why does one, speak in third person, often alluding to appalling metaphors when attempting to sound profound? What is that maple syrup smell that happens sometimes in the city in the spring?

These questions and many others will be ignored with great haste here at cineclast. We, and by we I mean I, swear it.

So, here is another blog. It’s more of an overflow of stuff. Stuff that happens to me, stuff I see, just stuff. That stuff will live here.

Welcome home stuff.


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