It’s interesting… The thing that gave me enough drive to get outside of my comfort zone of entertainment and talk about the things that matter was a shooting.
Last Thursday, the girls of Litchfield were released a little bit early (for good behavior).
Last week in his column, Word From Your Brother, Nick talked about the cycle of sensitivity.
At the tender age of 27, I have a better grasp on the reality of life and death than many people who are decades older than myself.
This is going to be a hard article. It’s going to be hard to write, and in all likelihood it’s going to be hard to read.
Another year’s worth of television has gone by, and as everyone gears up for the final episode of their favorite show, I thought I’d take a minute to look back on the network fare that have already come and gone, and a couple that never got the chance.
When I was 19 years old, I was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome. This was before they had decided to umbrella all autism-related things under the broad term “Spectrum Disorder.” For those of you that aren’t aware, Asperger’s is a very mild, high-functioning form of autism. Someone with Asperger’s will exhibit a lot of the signs…
In the PC-charged culture we live in, though, the show has been taking a lot of flak for “white-washing” and being blind to actual issues.
Once upon a time, in a mythical time long ago known as “the ’90s,” I remember being warned about tattoos.
Thankfully, Tina Fey’s new comedy The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, debuted on Netflix last Friday, taking all of the insanity and quirk from 30 Rock and combining it with the blinding optimism that made Parks & Rec such a pleasure to watch until the very end.