Michael Scott once described his greatest weaknesses as being he works too hard, cares too much, and sometimes he can be a bit too invested in his job. It’s a clever thing to say when on a job interview, despite the fact that you aren’t an actual consideration for the position and one of the rare times where Michael says something and it actually works … Continue reading A New Kindle & The Pursuit of Book Covers
As I’m currently on the short road to forty, birthday is a little more than two weeks away (!!), college seems like a life time ago. The memories are fond but seem distant which is a part of getting older I suppose. You remember the moments that shaped your life but it doesn’t mean that it doesn’t feel like it was an entirely different life … Continue reading The Matrix: Resurrections- What Is the Matrix?!
Back in the day, which I suppose is less than a year ago at this point, when HBO Max was but a whisper, it came with the promise of Friends. Not the type to sit down and stream stuff with you, sadly there is no service for that, but the ones you watched in the height of ‘90s television. The type of Friends who would … Continue reading Friends- The One With The Reunion
You can say a lot of things about the internet, and not all of it would be good, but there are days when it certainly delivers the goods. Especially on days where you’re just scrolling through your feed reading interviews with Anthony Mackie concerning the Falcon and the Winter Soldier finale. The internet is there to let us know of all the random special days … Continue reading National Superhero Day- Two Issues To Best Celebrate Spider-Man
It’s finally happening. After a global pandemic and some further delays due to, checks notes, a global pandemic, it appears that Black Widow finally has a release date set in stone. Disney is Michael Scott running out of his office in a panic yelling, “it’s happening” much to the relief of the fandom. With the releases of WandaVision and now Falcon and the Winter Soldier, … Continue reading Black Widow- Coming To A Theater and Your Home?
I survived The Red Wedding… twice. I had to read it and then I had to watch it which was all types of worse. There is zero doubt in my mind that George RR Martin made Rob’s wife pregnant in the show so The Red Wedding fully crushed one’s soul. Mission accomplished you bastard! I survived Atrax drowning in the Swamp of Sadness, although I … Continue reading Falcon and the Winter Soldier- Is Marvel About To Kill [REDACTED]
If you’re anything like me, then you spent the majority of your weekend entranced by the concept that peanut butter whiskey is oddly delicious while the “It Was Agatha All Along” theme from WandaVision embedded itself in your brain like the proper earworm it is. The song is basically the theme from The Munsters but that doesn’t take away any of its charm, especially when … Continue reading WandaVision- Who Really Is Pietro?
We probably should have seen the writing on the wall back when we learned that The Office would be leaving Netflix at the end of 2020. There’s no way that a year that ends with The Office leaving the streaming network that gave the show a second drink life could possibly be good. And it wasn’t. Pandemic. Quarantine. Awaiting the results of murder hornets. Fires. … Continue reading The Office- How Peacock Plans To Hold The Show Hostage Until You Pay
I’m not a crazy New Years Resolution guy. That doesn’t mean I don’t make them but I try to keep them obtainable. I feel too often we set these unrealistic resolutions and all they do is discourage us for the rest of the year, and 2020 was discouraging enough in itself. Mainly I focus on things like my yearly reading list (which I crushed) or … Continue reading Ten Thousand Views Celebration
Last Monday, I sat down in front of my keyboard and started clacking out some words. It felt good. Better than good even which I’m sure constitutes as “great” or any other adjective that exceeds the word “good”. Such a boring word for such a wonderful feeling, but alas, I did not invent language otherwise there would be more weird noises and eyebrow movements. That … Continue reading Ted Lasso- A Very Much Needed Hug After A Rough Week