And it turns out these assholes are just proving the point of that film Death of a Nation. August 4, 2018, the pro-Trump rally in Portland, Oregon gets attacked by ANTIFA thugs, and results in at least one person getting his skull cracked open and pouring out blood (he lived). You know, like the black … Continue reading SJWs attackers proving the point of Death of a Nation, and a note on BitChute
For about a year now, I've been looking for an excuse to get out of Facebook; delete my account. I haven't really been using it to catch up with or communicate with friends I'll likely never see again. Been mostly using it just for news updates. Well, considering how they've been biased about news posts, … Continue reading Migrating from Facebook (plus a pre-2016-election debate)
You fuckers. You cunts. You cocksuckers. I was willing to tolerate the switch from the 5 star rating system to the thumbs up/down system (likely) due to the poor ratings of the Amy Schumer Special. I was willing to put up with a lot of the shitty movies on your network for the sake of … Continue reading Why I’m cancelling Netflix because of Bill Nye
Some of you may remember in an earlier blog post how I was outraged at the alteration of card art for a game I backed on kickstarter. Outraged because I was under the impression that the art was changed due to Tristan Hall (the creator … Continue reading Revisiting the Sensitive Censorship Issue in Board Gaming.
Update This has been revisited and addressed in the following article: Revisiting the Sensitive Censorship Issue in Board Gaming. I have a bit of apologizing to do. Introduction So, background. Gloom of Kilforth is a fantasy sword & sorcery setting board game designed by Tristan Hall, a project that was successfully funded on September 27, … Continue reading Censorship!? Sensitivity!? A rant against both in Gloom of Kilforth
Rating: 4/5 Note: See part 1 for more information on this film. Analysis of the Film The film is made in a Paul Greengrass style (ironic, considering that United 93 was released in the same year, as was Oliver Stone's World Trade Center; 2006 was quite a year for 5 year 9/11 anniversary films), and … Continue reading The Path to 9/11 Review/Analysis: Part 2