Another week goes by and here I sit, loyally tuning into Gotham and hoping beyond hope that it finally finds its footing.
The Walking Dead exploded on screens last night for it’s fifth season premiere, and with it came more brutality than television sees this side of HBO.
I’m happy to say that the belt is only slightly bigger than it was at 26. So, what have I learned in the past year?
Last week, someone published the names of the people who signed the petition to repeal Ordinance 119, the Civil Rights Ordinance that Fayetteville’s City Council had voted on the month before, onto a website.
Of all the books I’ve never read, I’m perhaps most glad to have avoided Gillian Flynn’s “Gone Girl.”
It’s officially autumn! For a quick and easy fun fall craft that even smaller children can do, try leaf splatter paintings.
I want to thank all of you lovely readers for the encouraging emails you send, both those filled with praise and those filled with poison. They are all welcome.
There are at least fifty species of deer found throughout the world, including elk, caribou, and our familiar white-tailed deer.
I enjoyed my time in Gotham, but it was more like the second time one visits New York City for me this time around. I saw all the sights the first time, this time I noticed all the not-awesome of it.
The danger is “moral licensing,” or the idea that one’s self-perception of being a good person will make one less inclined to perform good actions in the future.