Of all the Monday night shows, the only one I really want to keep is “Prodigal Son.” It’s a mashup of “Criminal Minds” and “The Silence of the Lambs.”
Monthly Archive: September 2019
Moving out after a breakup delayed me from posting on time about this biographical history of a famous literary breakup!
U.S. v. Nixon was, beyond doubt, the most consequential decision Burger ever wrote and probably the most politically consequential decision between Brown v. Board of Education and Bush v. Gore.
Somehow I managed to cross the U.S.-Canadian border twice in the past week without the proper documentation.
An exercise in comparative frustration
I would love to have some insightful, thoughtful bit of analysis here but…frickin’ why?
If you had told me 10 years ago that one day a member of the WWE Hall of Fame would be president, I would have responded, “Yeah, Jesse Ventura.”
Not a moment to soon…
There are many assumptions that are being made about how people with Aspergers may feel or think about these issues, as well as how to interact with people on the Autism spectrum.
This week I will be covering punk rock outfit Rancid. The twist is the randomizer spit out an official/unofficial compilation of their best ska tracks.
Replaying the Batman Arkham games.
Carson King, Aaron Calvin and the Des Moines Register showing what not to do
The “Abishola” half is a lot more interesting. Maybe she should just ditch Bob and go it alone.
The world needs more people like myself and Greta Thunberg. Though it’s not necessarily for the reasons you might think.
I just got back from a late summer vacation. It was a great trip. My wife and I are creatures of habit. We go to the same beach once or twice a year. Occasionally...
Where did the money go?!
“All Rise” debuted Monday on CBS. It’s certainly not a BAD show. It’s actually a halfway decent show. It just didn’t really grab me.
In the decades to come, we’re going to learn a lot about alien planets. It would not surprise me at all if we found ones like New Caprica or Arrakis.