About

WHO IS THIS GUY?

Nick Gray is neither a professional chef or writer. On a good day he earns a living by making pretty pictures of monsters and spaceships that populate the vast wasteland of TV. Occasionally he gets to work on something that’s really cool.

After the requisite knuckle-grinding and face-palming hours of work, Nick likes to engage his brain in all things cooking and writing, with an occasional short side-trip to whatever multi-player on-line game he currently fancies.

WHY’S HE WRITING A BLOG?

Nick started casually blogging almost a decade ago, but never really immersed himself in it. Frankly most of the material from those early days sucked for a lot of different reasons, though he promises to mine through it for any unpolished bits that are worth resurrecting. He’s a compulsive writer, and until recently his preferred mode of expression was creating screenplays that had no hope of ever being produced. Some of them will certainly make their way to this blog and in the hope that they will prove inadvertently amusing.

In recent years Nick has often found himself scribbling lengthy e-mails to his friends, often under the title of “The Sunday Night Rant”. After enduring these for some time, his friends cautiously suggested that he just start a damn blog and stop bombarding just them with his pointless, but occasionally amusing, observations and experiences.

WHAT IS THIS BLOG ABOUT?

It’s about whatever the hell Nick decides is worth ranting about. If you happen to find some of it interesting, then feel free to drop by any time. You never know what you’ll find. If you find it offensive, annoying, or generally dislike this stuff then, well, there’s plenty of other places you can go.

CAN I CALL NICK AN ASSHAT IN THE COMMENTS?

That depends. If you’ve got a meaningful statement to make, calling Nick on his opinions or information, then by all means feel free. In general, if you adhere to Wheaton’s Law then you’re fine. On the other hand, if you’re just going to call Nick an asshat without providing grounds then Nick will feel free to use his “Rolling Pins of Righteous Dismay” and shred your sorry little trolling behind.

ANYTHING ELSE I SHOULD KNOW?

Just that everything, absolutely EVERYTHING on this site is Copyright Nick Gray, and that absolutely none of it can be duplicated, used for derivative works, and whatnot, without express written consent from Nick. If you like something you read here enough to want to reproduce it, then e-mail Nick. He is quite reasonable about these sorts of things.

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