My Top 5 Sci-Fi TV Shows
Apr27

My Top 5 Sci-Fi TV Shows

Science fiction holds a special place in my heart. It fires up the imagination and gives you a glimpse into what is possible, whether it’s exploring new planets and species or even exploring new technology. In the future, anything goes. I’ve read a lot of great books and I’ve seen a lot of movies, but they all end so quickly. What I love about watching Sci-Fi shows is that you get to revisit each universe week after week...

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The Unintended Consequences of April Fools
Apr01

The Unintended Consequences of April Fools

For all those looking for a good April Fool’s joke from me, think again. April Fools jokes affect everyone for the worse. Just this morning, Disney has announced that the release date for the new Star Wars movie will be pushed back a year. While they haven’t given an official reason, inside sources have said that due to some miscommunication over an April Fools Joke, and some last minute internal power struggles, George Lucas has...

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Sound Off: Charlie Hebdo
Jan15

Sound Off: Charlie Hebdo

We’ve all heard it on the news about how two Islamic gunmen entered the offices of a French Satirical publishing company known as Charlie Hebdo and killed twelve, including staff and police officers, and wounded eleven. In response, the public, and many of our political leaders have condemned the murders as an attack on freedom of speech and expression. Many can agree that these attacks hit a little too close to home because of...

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Cheap Costume Ideas 2014
Oct27

Cheap Costume Ideas 2014

Every year, I’m sure someone always manages to think up of an awesome costume idea, only to find after a few minutes on Google that it’s been done before. The internet is all seeing and all knowing, and sadly, with billions of people using it, it shouldn’t be all that surprising that there are hundreds, if not thousands of people out there who think just like you. Then again, it’s hard to say an idea is truly...

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2014 San Diego Comic-Con Review
Jul29

2014 San Diego Comic-Con Review

San Diego’s 2014 Comic-Con has officially ended. Technically, it ended a few days ago, but it’s still feeling fresh in my mind. What was, to me anyways, starting to feel like an overcrowded, smelly, and almost pointless yearly event finally took a turn for the better. This was one of the best cons in years for several reasons. Less of a Crowd This year’s Comic-Con felt less crowded. For the past two decades, Comic-con grew in more...

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