When I started this column, it was writing a pseudo-obituary/deep though profile on Robin Williams shortly after his death. As I write to you now for the last time under this title, I write with sad news again, but this time a little closer to home. I’ve always used this column as almost a public…
Over the weekend, I reached my proverbial limit putting up with the cost of gaming.
With the release of season two, it makes me happy to report that the quality of his show has only gone up.
Netflix’s hit show 13 Reasons Why, about the suicide of high-schooler Hannah Baker, has monumentally failed its target audience.
My expectations were high for American Gods. It’s adapted from one of my favorite novels by one of my favorite writers, Neil Gaiman.
A few weeks ago, I told the tale of my perilous and epic journey in search of the latest Nintendo console, The Switch. They are notoriously difficult to get a hold of due to their high demand. Today I am happy to report a resounding success. The Nintendo Switch now sits comfortably atop my Xbox One.
You know that feeling you get when you reach the top of a roller coaster?
You know that old idiom about how a broken clock is still right twice a day? That’s about how I’ve been feeling regarding Trump’s retaliatory air strike on Assad forces in Syria.
Where my balance would usually read something pathetic, there glowed an amount I’d been striving for since the first of March – the amount of a Nintendo Switch.
Legion, the FX drama about mutant David Haller, does so much more than the unexpected.