https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYOC7eakDLo We are back! Formerly known as the Gaming and Tech podcast, Time Vampire is a couple of gamers from the Bay Area just talking about good times and wasted ones. Joins us and let's talk about a bunch of stuff like video games, TV shows, and whatever you want. Just let us know. Blynn... Continue Reading →
Recipe: Cauliflower rice
Variation of cauliflower rice with carrot, green bell peppers, and eggs, served with honey mustard chicken I thought cauliflower rice is a trick. How can it be as good as our glutenous friend Homai rice? Well it doesn't, but that doesn't mean its bad. Today, we explore the mysteries of the cauliflower and what lies... Continue Reading →
Recipe: Weissman’s hot oil (My variation)
Looking for something hot and spicy? Well, this one involves you, peppers, and some neutral oil.
Recipe: Cinnamon Toast
Are you ready for my hot new recipe that will make your heart race!? LITERALLY??
OPINION: Video games media failed to warn us about ‘Cyberpunk 2077’
The way CD Projekt RED handled Cyberpunk 2077 release was terrible to say the least. First of all, I think they succumbed to pressure and forced Cyberpunk's release. As a result, the game was poorly optimized for both the last-generation consoles and the PC, more so on the former. It got so bad that Sony... Continue Reading →
Recipe: Dulce de Leche Flan
Flan is one of the most indulgent dessert that you can enjoy. Not only is it rich and delicious, it is also cheap and easy to make. All you need is a lot of eggs, a lot of canned milk and a lot of Lactaid, let's do this! Dulce de Leche made by yours trully.... Continue Reading →
Top 5: Game Grumps’ Arin Hanson Classic Highlights
This post was inspired by my good friend Alex. I am sorry I was rude to your girlfriend. I did not mean it. Game Grumps is a let's play channel where two friends, Arin Hanson and Daniel Avidan, play video games and react to it. What makes Game Grumps unique is the lack of a... Continue Reading →
A few tips when buying PC hardware during a pandemic
For those of you who are looking to build your first PC, you may find it very difficult to find parts and peripherals at a reasonable price. Most components are either overpriced or not in stock. Luckily, there are some ways to run around from all the chaos that the "Backstreet Boys: Reunion Tour" had... Continue Reading →
Recipe: Leftover Garlic Chicken Ramen
It may seem kind of odd to put a chicken ramen recipe here but the blog is called "The Nightstand." There should be at least one good cookbook inside the shelf of every nightstand and this one is no exception. This is a recipe to use when you have leftover chicken from last night. It... Continue Reading →
Eve Spectrum: Steal or Scam?
I have been in the market for a new monitor and just a few days after my purchase, (I bought a Viewsonic XG270QG) an ad for a seriously powerful display started popping on Instagram called the "Eve SPECTRUM." The SPECTRUM has three models: QHD 144Hz, QHD 240Hz, and 4K 240Hz. My initial reaction was dread... Continue Reading →