When you can’t avoid political diatribes.

Stop being reasonable. Start being rational. -- Stefan Molyneux So as some of you may know, I have been following and listening to Slaughterfilm for some time.  Actually, I've been following them since September 2012.  Over 6 years.  That's about as long as I followed and watched WWE (2002-2008).  Well, that's ending.  And, you guessed … Continue reading When you can’t avoid political diatribes.

Debate! Right-wingers commit more murders than any other political group in the U.S.?

Nothing can break me out of my slumber like a potential debate on a wild subject.  So I've been tweeting and gabbing a bit here and there, but not really finding it in me to make another full-blown blog post.  Until now.  Hope they don't disappoint me. So this all started, sort of, with that … Continue reading Debate! Right-wingers commit more murders than any other political group in the U.S.?

Mystery Review for Black History Month and Valentine’s Day

So, what to review for this time of the year; this time of the month?  I've been pondering a few films to review for black history month; which, to be honest, I think is kind of a stupid thing, because if there's going to be a black history month, then there should be a white … Continue reading Mystery Review for Black History Month and Valentine’s Day

Jumanji (1995) and Welcome to the Jungle (2017) dual review

Jumanji is one of my favorite films from the 90s.  It's not just a good kid-flick, but a good film in general.  So when I heard they were making a sequel to it, all I could think was, "Why?"  Then I saw the trailer, and I thought, "WHY!?!?!?" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2QKg5SZ_35I My second thought was, "So this … Continue reading Jumanji (1995) and Welcome to the Jungle (2017) dual review

Let’s Play the Google Bias Game! (1)

Alright, who's up for a game where you find out how biased the search engines are?  It's easy, as you'll see. For this entry, you just need to do 2 different searches.  Image searches.  Type in "white couple", and see how many images pop up of a white couple.  Then type in "black couple", and … Continue reading Let’s Play the Google Bias Game! (1)