How to lead into a discussion of Ted… oh. Okay.
My Ordinary Life, Ep 535 –
Betrayed by Betrayal at House on the Hill pic.twitter.com/rzGKRGTxQ3
— Ted (@teioh) June 18, 2017
Ted is many things. Ted is an artist. Ted is an academic. Ted is a father, a fishmonger, a mormon, a missionary, and a friend. Ted is a person who, by the sheer mathematics of my own upbringing and perspective, I should not have become friends with. I’m a militant (!) anti-theist atheist (booo, throw rocks at him), and even then part of my upbringing included a section on hunting the cult of Mormon.
I am so glad none of that took.
Ted is a wonderful person. I talk to Ted most weeks. We talk about marking or students or research or applications, or we talk about anime, or, more often than not, he expresses incredulity at the utter ridiculousness of the latest thing I mentioned. Sometimes he consults on Asian history for game design. Sometimes he reality checks me. Sometimes we console one another about the way things are that shouldn’t have to be.
Ted is a good person, noble, and someone I am proud to know.