Taylor Hidalgo’s moves may be messy, but he’ll show you anyway.
Dressing nicely and punching are the Yakuza lifestyle. Taylor Hidalgo wants less punching.
Taylor Hidalgo hardly finds the violence meditative.
Taylor Hidaglo is frightened by the intersection between time, art, and death.
Taylor Hidalgo fears what Subnautica‘s oceans hide.
Taylor Hidalgo’s camping vacation mostly feels like a lot of work.
As things end, Taylor Hidalgo is excited for what comes next.
Taylor Hidalgo remembers his grandfather.
Taylor Hidalgo’s many features combine to form something aesthetically perplexing.
Taylor Hidalgo mourns the emptiness of an overstocked wasteland.
Taylor Hidalgo studies the distinction between films and games.
Taylor Hidalgo can feel the walls closing in around him.
Taylor Hidalgo longs for the scenic route.
Taylor Hidalgo considers his car as a meditation chamber.
Taylor Hidalgo longs for validation he doesn’t want.
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