I’ve spoken a few times now about Fayetteville’s civil rights ordinance. I covered the first city council meeting, where Sarah Marsh was booed. I live-facebooked the entirety of the 10-hour follow-up meeting. I even wrote a bit about how shaming the opposition is not OK. This is going to be a little different. I’m going…
When The Walking Dead wants to leave us broken, it very much knows how to carry that out perfectly.
Like thousands of other people, this time of year has me following the tradition of making a “things I’m thankful for” list. Sure, it’s cliché, but it’s one that is beneficial.
This was one of Gotham’s best episodes to date, though that isn’t a big surprise. Finales always go big, lest everyone forgets about the show over the holidays.
Oh, Constantine. It is not looking good for you, old friend.
The City of Fayetteville contains one of the best-kept secrets (besides Mt. Kessler) for hiking within city limits.
I’ve noticed that whenever someone talks about the South being full of racists, rednecks and other derogatory words that start with the letter r, there are inevitably southerners who are offended by the statement.
The show’s big story centers around a scary scenario for most scrawny nerds like Barry live in fear of; his childhood bully got superpowers.
Gotham is finding it’s footing, slowly but surely, but the more they insist on winking at the audience with these little bits and various nods to the future, the less believable this entire thing becomes.
Constantine’s biggest problem at this point is consistency. It’s a little understandable, considering the behind-the-scenes drama that happened before the show even made it to air.