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Hello everybody. This will not be a long post, but I wanted to thank everyone that read yesterday’s post and everyone that subscribed and is now following my ramblings. I wanted to write this post to tell you about a … Continue reading
We’ve all seen them: the cuddly heroes from Joe Dante’s 1984 film Gremlins known as the Mogwai. Gizmo is the most famous (and the only one that doesn’t break the rules and torment the small mid-western town) and is pictured … Continue reading
To Whom It May Concern: Today is my last day. I just wanted to take this opportunity to tell you how happy it makes me to be able to type that phrase. I have been with you for many years … Continue reading
A student in Columbia, TN has recently been reported as dressing up as a super hero and patrolling the town square at night, Kick-Ass style. He goes by the the name The Viper (side-kick pending). Read and watch the story … Continue reading
This past week I participated in an experiment put forth by Justin Kownacki and Ian M Rountree called #ReadItAll Week. I’m not going to completely restate how it works, but feel free to read Justin’s explanation here. The gist of … Continue reading