Adventure Time is Deep, Yo…


It’s funny how cartoons are now more intellectual than the average TV shows on prime time. It’s interesting, because I say the same thing about a lot of children’s books that are loaded with knowledge. This is quite evident when reviewing the works of Shel Silverstein and Dr. Seuss at a much older age. The […]

Extremism is the Real Enemy of Humanity


Whether it’s the media or popular opinion on the topic, there have been a lot of thoughts flying around about “Radical Islam” and its rise to power in the Middle East. We could debate for hours about the source of their rise to power and the best way to stem their growth, but the real […]

Remembering 9/11


In grade school, I remember learning about the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. I remember reading about a speech by Franklin D. Roosevelt, the 32nd President of the United States, recalling the events and describing the day as “a date which will live in infamy”. No disrespect, but Pearl Harbor was a […]

So, I Played No Man’s Sky, and…


There’s been a lot of talk about No Man’s Sky ever since it’s announcement awhile back. As one of the few games I’ve ever noticed to have actually been trending on social media for over a week, to say that it’s been the point of conversation across the country would be an understatement. But how […]

Opinion: Why I’m Voting for Gary Johnson in 2016

Republican presidential candidate and former New Mexico Governor Johnson walks away from a campaign stop in Concord

It’s time to face the music: Both the Democrat and Republican choices for president this year are going to aide in tearing our country apart further than ever before, but for different reasons. On one side, we have a man who is pretty much the epitome of narcissism. He fails to admit his wrong-doing, he’s […]