I’ve told folks on my social media, but I realized I haven’t posted here for a bit. All of what follows is because of Tara. She’s been a rock for me when things were bad, […]
First, despite what the title says, I have not yet seen “Civil War”, so this won’t spoil anything for you. Also, you vermin out there better not spoil it for me. Or else I’ll… um… be mad? or something? Whatever, you’re good people, I ain’t worried.
Had a discussion recently, and I learned that there are some people out there who don’t schedule their lives around the release of superhero movies. Pretty weird if you ask me. But I don’t judge. I’m going to see “Civil War” this weekend with my friends, and I’ve kinda had that planned in my head for, I dunno, a few months now.
I’m kinda the same with the fire-hose of Star Wars movies coming out.
This is the weekend I get a crowbar to tear apart a wooden monstrosity in my home. I’m moving soon, and I don’t want to bring this dead weight with me.
That’s right, I still have a blog. No, no, I didn’t just forget that I had a blog. I’m just really really bad at keeping some kind of writing schedule for it. No excuse, just […]
This will be quick. There’s a trending hashtag on twitter: #FeministsAreUgly It’s immediately clear that the tag is meant to troll. I’m not sure how the tag started, and I’m not willing to wade so […]
With all of the crazy stuff these days happening with the intrusion of government on our right to privacy and the surveillance state that’s been built here in the US, I thought I’d talk about […]
Stephen Fry says it better than I ever could, so I’ll just send you to his page instead. An Open Letter to David Cameron and the IOC
I’m going to be honest, this blog post seems a bit ridiculous to me for a couple of reasons. One – I’m writing a post about an article online that’s talking about an article in Time magazine. […]
Hey all, I talked about the importance of the Fourth Amendment yesterday (and my concern with what our government has been doing). But I’m going to dedicate this whole post to the Bill of Rights […]
The Fourth Amendment, that is. It’s the amendement in the US Constitution (it’s been there since the very beginning) that guarantees a citizen’s right to privacy and unreasonable searches. The US Government has been unlawfully […]