"This is Arkham. "My Grandpappy always used to tell me there was something queer about old (insert person, place or thing)" is a complete and valid argument in this area."
"I would choose the Xbox version of Dark Corners of the Earth over the PS2 version any day because, well, it exists."
"You know, once you look past the horrible grammar and spelling, redundancy, 1337 speak, attention-whoring, emo tendencies and rampant fanboism, most internet users are normal, average, every day run-of-the-mill idiots."
"I always keep an automatic weapon in my umbrella bin."
"I feel no urge to hunt. My feelings regarding this may change should a widespread pandemic of the undead occur."
"When an upstanding member of an online community is faced with a solicitous or trolling newbie, one must act as they would against a horde of zombies - avoid confrontation when possible, don't lead them toward your inevitable destination as they always find a way through it, remember they retain no higher brain functions, don't be caught alone if there are more than one, groups of them can be deadly, and the only way to get rid of them is to destroy the brain or lick them in flames."
About Big Chief's Pocket Guide to Life
"Big Chief" is Big Chief Knockemboots. Big Chief Knockemboots is Mike Griffin. Mike Griffin is a character from The Ghastly Eye. The Ghastly Eye is a comic by Michael G. Miller and Tim Young. And this blog is written by the aforementioned Michael G Miller.
Before going into who Michael G Miller is, let's go back to Mike Griffin and The Ghastly Eye. The Ghastly Eye is a paranormal investigation and elimination office established and operated by the characters Mike Griffin and Timothy Moore. Most investigative circumstances surround Lovecraft's Mythos. The office itself is situated in the Lovecraftian city of Arkham, MA.
Mike Griffin is best left to be described by the mind of the reader of The Ghastly Eye. "Big Chief Knockemboots" is revealed as the online moniker Mike Griffin utilizes on various websites and communities. Griffin's Pocket Guide To The Cthulhu Mythos is the title of a book Mike Griffin writes regarding Lovecraft's Mythos. You can see the witty connection.
To avoid confusing the reader, this blog is not some pseudo-fictitious in-world blog written by the character. It is a legitimate blog by the author, Michael G Miller, and in no way should be confused as strictly pertaining to the worlds of The Ghastly Eye, The Call of Cthulhu, Lovecraft's Arkham, or anything else. Take it for what it's worth.