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Evolve or Die: New Winds are Blowing in the West

Ryan’s on the worst coast supporting his mom’s run for a New York Senate seat, which leaves me alone in this wild, wild West I find myself in. We’ll be recording when he gets back to SoCal, but for now, I shared my thoughts on the West quidditch community season so far. Read more over at […]

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West Coast Bias: We Made a Beer Bet

The MLQ West regular season is over, which means I am released from my self-imposed exile and I’m back on the mic with my favorite SoCal ginger.

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Medea the Manager: A Cautionary Tale

An extended metaphor because I like using my English degree for that sort of thing.

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West Coast Bias: MLQ and Miscellany

I like to keep MLQ Manager Liz and Podcaster Liz separate, but Smythe managed to coax a few Argothoughts out of me anyway. One more episode to go before we finish Season 1!

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2017 Year in Review: Quidditch

Holy shit, how it is 2018 already?  Is it because every year takes up a smaller percentage of my life and therefore feels increasingly insignificant? Is it because I can feel my youth slipping away from me in silver hairs and creaky joints? A new year is as good a time as any to reflect back […]

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New year, same(ish) me: 2018 resolutions

We’re six days into the year. The new car smell of 2018 is still there but slowly fading away. Now’s as good a time as any to talk about new year’s resolutions.

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My #MLQChampionship Journey, Day 4

Winning is fun. But fun is also fun. Try to do both at the same time whenever you can.

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My #MLQChampionship Journey, Day 3

This picture is why I’m here. I’ve written before about what a pessimist I am before my team plays. I thought that we’d be lucky to pull off a win against a great 3rd place team in the New Orleans Curse since we’d only brought 14 players. I was wrong. I took this during the […]

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My #MLQChampionship Journey, Day 2

“I HAVE A BATTLE STATION!”

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My #MLQChampionship Journey, Day 1

There are three reasons why I travel for quidditch: To go to the quidditch tournaments themselves, obviously. To see more of the country. To see my friends across the country. I had a plan today when I landed in Austin at noon. I was going to drop my stuff off at Caroline’s, play tourist, get some […]

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