My Mind Is Like A Starfish or How I Needed A Vacation

You know, whenever I take one of these prolonged breaks from writing there is always the fear that when it comes time to get back in the groove that I’ll have forgotten how to write entirely. Of course, this would imply that I know how to write in the first place and sometimes I think the jury is still out on that. That’s not me … Continue reading My Mind Is Like A Starfish or How I Needed A Vacation

Why the Fear Street Trilogy Deserves Your Attention

As someone who writes quite frequently, it sometimes seems that the act of planning out what to write can be more enjoyable than the act of writing itself. We’ve discussed in the past how in the mornings I like to start planning my writing agenda for the day, which usually gets derailed by a massive trailer dropping or some crazy bonkers news that needs to … Continue reading Why the Fear Street Trilogy Deserves Your Attention

Loki- How The Season Finale Primes Up Phase Four of the MCU

When you write over one thousand columns, #notsohumblebrag, there are going to be times where you get things wrong. Sometimes the theory that you devised is so awesome, so incredible that it doesn’t exist on this plane of the multiverse. Some other universe gets to experience your awesome theory come to life while you just sit here like, “shit, maybe I shouldn’t have published that”. … Continue reading Loki- How The Season Finale Primes Up Phase Four of the MCU

I Am Geek’s 1000th Column Celebration

Geeklings, brace yourself for a very generic opening but I honestly can’t think of another way to start this momentous column. The truth of the matter is, it’s best to just be matter of fact, I suppose, and give you a bit of insight on what’s circling around the inside of my head at this moment. Sometimes the best way to be clever is by … Continue reading I Am Geek’s 1000th Column Celebration

I Am Geek and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Geeklings, I have had a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day. I mean, maybe it’s not that bad but it’s been annoying. Annoying to the point where a stress headache has taken residence in the left side of my brain and it’s not overly powerful but more like a neighbor whose bass is up a little too loud and they’re playing Montell Jordan deep … Continue reading I Am Geek and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

The Mandalorian Season Two- Thoughts, Exclamations, & Reactions

Usually, terms like “hangover” are used with negative connotations. “I stupidly had someone dancing on the bar pour tequila in my mouth for a period of time that was not calculated and because of that, I now currently want to die. Ugh, this hangover.” Yes, that is a personal experience and no, we will not explore that further. But not all hangovers are evil hell … Continue reading The Mandalorian Season Two- Thoughts, Exclamations, & Reactions

Ten Thousand Views Celebration

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

Getting Back On Task & Tom King’s Rorschach

I was talking with my wife the other day about homework. Neither one of us have been in school for quite some time but the subject came up and I couldn’t help but feel that I miss homework. Not in a crippling way. It’s not like the “one who got away” and I sit here pining for hours of studies to do after work, but … Continue reading Getting Back On Task & Tom King’s Rorschach