This game is absolutely unprecedented. When it was announced, Pokémon fans rejoiced, but in all honesty, none of us had a fraction of a clue.
Good god, what a week.
Ramadan ended this Tuesday, something the majority of Americans are likely unaware of, or simply don’t care about.
There’s an inherent irony in Britain’s xenophobia, the leading conservative parties sounding strikingly similar to a certain Cheeto-colored Republican
Racism is a frequent topic these days, what with Charlie Brown’s Great Pumpkin running on the republican ticket and officers of the law frequently equating skin color with a need to die and be arrested (sorry, did I get that out of order?).
I don’t have the words to properly express my shock and grief in the wake of the shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, but I’ll do my best.
The outrage culture of the internet, which I have been an active part of in the past, has got to break.
X-Men: Apocalypse, the third entry into the re-written timeline of the X-Men movies, was released in the U.S. over the weekend to a decent box office and, considering the reactions to Batman V. Superman, decent reviews as well.
Everyone is angry at Game of Thrones again, for the umpteenth time.
There’s a popular cliche about mental health being the most complicated thing to treat. It’s a cliche for a reason, as most cliches are.