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The Meaning of Loki, er, Life

One of my favourite creative people was adamant that true inspiration couldn't be forced. It happens in casual conversations, accidental encounters, and extremely unlikely places. It all felt a little quantum mechanic-y to me, but I understood the point, which was mainly to stop worrying about the times when you were just drawing a blank, or even worse, noticing your own patterns popping up. Like I've always told Sasha, if I have to make another concentration game for kids, I may randomly move things around because I'm BORED. And kids must be, too. One of the mental wanderings I do involves broad scientific research, probably because I miss the days of working on shows from the legendary TVO science department, but also because I've always wondered if maybe I should have chosen a different path, despite my one angry grade 11 math teacher who worked hard to convince me I didn't...