Geeklings, I hope everyone enjoyed their long holiday weekend. I sure as hell did. There’s something to be said about having three days off in a row with no work and a whole lot of relaxation. Granted, it would be far better if we didn’t have to live in hazmat suits and could actually spend time with friends and family, but a free workday is … Continue reading Week In Geek- Space Force Arrives, Rick and Morty Leave, and HBO Max
With the world more or less on the pause button, I Am Geek has had to shift directions in what we present to you the reader. There hasn’t been a ton of new content to discuss which makes sense considering there’s a virus sweeping the globe preventing us from doing pretty much anything. You know it’s bad when Disney pushes back their film slate completely. … Continue reading I Am Geek Current Quarantine Obsessions
Geeklings, it happened. I hit a wall today and I hit it pretty hard. I had been circling said wall all week, kind of like a vulture waiting for the human to collapse in the desert so it can get its nom on, and was even able to put it off for a day or so. Most of that is in part to the power … Continue reading How Are You Surviving Quarantine?
Here’s the thing, I have no idea what to write about today. Zero clue. I’m like any employee at the Daily Planet who looks at Clark Kent when he takes his glasses off to clean and can’t recognize the fact that he’s clearly Superman. I know what I’m writing tomorrow though. In fact, I have not one but two columns planned for tomorrow. Today though… today I’ve got nothing. And why … Continue reading Nicholas Cage Levels of Fried Brain & March 31st
It seems that the rumor that Ben Affleck was finished playing Batman started around the release of Justice League and then continued to pop up every other month after that. Seemingly forever. Is it me or have we been wondering when Ben Affleck was going to be replaced as Batman since he took the job? Just this endless cycle that he was but actually wasn’t … Continue reading Time For A New Batman
Time is a fickle thing, or a flat circle if you’re Matthew McConaughey, as we in some way or other kind of measure our lives in time. Think back to your childhood and the innocence you had in a life that revolved around imagination, school, and the lack of bills. Think of adolescence and the riot of hormones, discovering love, and starting to find yourself … Continue reading Master of None Season Two Review- Bella