Why The Community Table Read Should Leave You Cautiously Optimistic

This whole quarantine thing has been a bit surreal, he said as quite the understatement. As we speak, I’ve just completed my second month working from home. My beard is full. My hair is long and unruly. I’ve fallen in love with headbands. And I’m more or less swearing off real pants going forward. Who needs them? There’s no question that quarantine has been quite … Continue reading Why The Community Table Read Should Leave You Cautiously Optimistic

Fantasy Sports Are Cool But How About Fantasy Pop Culture?

As I was driving into work this morning listening to the Bill Simmons Podcast talk about what quarterbacks would be going where during the offseason it dawned on me, I miss football. I miss the Sunday get-togethers. I miss bitching about how bad the New York Football Giants are. I miss the food, my god the food. But most of all, I missed the fantasy … Continue reading Fantasy Sports Are Cool But How About Fantasy Pop Culture?

Week In Geek- Umm, Rogue One and Some Other Things That Aren’t Rogue One

Through my travels through the interwebs I’ve discovered that most writers have a re-occurring byline for the columns they write on a weekly basis. You know, something that introduces the article for new comers and something for old readers to skip over. As a matter of fact our very own Maggie Carr had a re-occurring byline for her Guilty Pleasures column (hiiiiiiiii Maggie if you’re reading this), … Continue reading Week In Geek- Umm, Rogue One and Some Other Things That Aren’t Rogue One