From a pop culture emotional standpoint, I’m pretty drained. It’s been a hell of a year and I’m not entirely sure what else I have to give. I’m spent. I’ve shed my tears… a lot of them. I focused so much of my emotions during the first half of the year on Avengers Endgame that I wonder what else I possibly have to give. There have … Continue reading On the Road With El Camino- A Person of Interest
I know I’ve touched on it a little bit in columns here and there but LOST is one of my all-time favorite television shows. All. Time. The amount of man-hours and emotions that I poured into that show could be considered criminal by some. There was a t-shirt for each day of the week, McFarlane figures, soundtracks, playlists, hats, and almost tattoos. If you name it I had … Continue reading Is The Crossing the Return of LOST?
Geeklings, I know you might have thought there was no new I Am Geek content yesterday because the lack of column and I’m happy to say you couldn’t be any more wrong. While I didn’t get to upload it to the site, that’s coming this weekend fear not, the newest episode of the I Am Geek Podcast is up and running over on Sound Cloud. For real. We’re back … Continue reading Does Anyone Else Hulu?
I was talking with my boss today about Black Mirror and it made me sad. Not in the weepy, shoulder heaving way that happens with certain episodes of LOST or origami gum wrapper commercials, but in the way where I feel like I’m missing out on something. I hate that. I hate the feeling of missing something that is so easily accessible to me, but with Black Mirror I have my … Continue reading When A Show Pushes You Away
My morning commute goes one or two ways. Way 1, which is the most common, I get in my car sit in traffic and listen to Mike and Mike In the Morning. It allows me to catch up on sporting news and get a couple of cheap laughs. Now this way of traveling slows down a bit during the summer because the guys end up taking … Continue reading Morning Commute Feels