Captain Kutchie: A Belated Follow-Up

It’s been quite some time since I wrote about the whole “Captain Kutchie’s Key Lime Pie” mystery, which, to my knowledge, has never been solved (at least not by the general public). Nonetheless, recently several people left comments in the “Captain Kutchie style” on the original post, I Tried Captain Kutchie’s Key Lime Pies!. I […]

South32 Part II: Further Investigation

For one reason or another, this whole “South32” mystery has had me more intrigued than others as of late. It’s probably because it’s still, as of yet, unsolved, and it’s more than just a puzzle or an ARG. If you want the background info, read my earlier post South32: What is This Mystery?, or watch the […]

South32: What is This Mystery?

UPDATE: Apparently there is one other YouTube video that talks about this mystery, but it’s in Russian: Скрытое в сети – РАЗГАДКА ТАЙНЫ SOUTH32  Hey guys and gals! A couple of people asked me where I had been the past week. To be honest, I’d had a little bit of writer’s block, but it’s Halloween month! […]

What’s This? A New Internet?

Those of you who are regular readers here know that privacy is one of my many concerns. Heck, that’s one of the reasons why I’m still on the dark web. Thus, I was pleased to hear that Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the world wide web as we know it, is starting a new “internet” […]

Did Captain Kutchie Stop By?

For those of you who read my post I Tried Captain Kutchie’s Key Lime Pies!, there’s been an interesting development. On that same post, there are two comments, which I at first thought were spam, but I’m not so sure. They appear to have been written in ciphertext, but I have no idea what algorithm they’re […]

I Tried Captain Kutchie’s Key Lime Pies!

This post has nothing to do with the dark web, unless there’s a keylimepie772ma.onion.  It’s just a subject that’s mystified me a bit lately. I mentioned on the post Investigating Translate Gate that I’m a fan of the YouTube channels Nightmare Expo and Elder’s Vault (links below), because, let’s face it – I love a good mystery. On March 30, […]

Dear FCC – I Care About Net Neutrality

It occurred to me that as a writer, particularly one who talks about controversial subjects, that “net neutrality” should matter to me. And it should matter to you too. Without it, ISPs (the big guys like Comcast, AT&T, and Time Warner Cable) would have full ability to create so-called “Internet fast lanes” that give preference […]