When it comes to food, I’m an omnivore who leans to the carnivorous side.
I’ve always tended to save more of the room in my belly for meat and less for the vegetables, to the point a lot of people don’t believe I get enough nourishment of the plant variety.
There is a show by the name of “Resurrection” currently airing on one of the major television networks.
I don’t watch it, but I gather from context clues the premise is something like this: Loved ones, who were once alive, die. Then, on next Sunday’s episode, loved ones who died return to life.
We all know life and death don’t usually work quite like that, at least not on earth, but what if T.V. did? (more…)
July was a roller coaster of a month — full of ups and downs — so it should be fun to look back. (more…)
There once was a time when television produced shows worth watching.
For today’s post, I’d like to discuss a leisure activity I enjoyed before writing this.
The afore-mentioned activity happened because of a purchase I made Friday with someone else’s money. (more…)
From my vantage point atop a wooden storage cabinet in a room dimly lit by a single bulb protruding from a rotating ceiling fan, I can see a man typing. (more…)
Dear elected officials and future candidates,
I am a 28-year-old American citizen. I have a four-year degree from a reputable university. I have a job, and I am also a registered voter with the power to provide you with yours.
What I am about to tell you may not be the same feeling your constituents have, but I bet it’s not far off.
We met The Mother, but we hardly knew her.
We won’t get the chance to, either. The series ended Monday night, and for a while after the show I was sure the web was going to explode.
Most of the reaction I saw after the series ended was venomous, and the debate raged on today.
I decided I’d weigh in and discuss why I liked the finale.