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The miserable experience that was A Dance With Dragons

After I finished reading “A Feast For Crows” and talked about how much it disappointed me, I was assured that “A Dance With Dragons” would be much better because it concerned itself with the majority of the more interesting characters, … Continue reading

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Book Review: “Infinite Jest” by David Foster Wallace

How do you even begin to tackle a review of David Foster Wallace’s “Infinite Jest”? Well, for starters, let me just say I first read the book back in 2012.  I read it while on 12-hour tour bus rides, in … Continue reading

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Check out my recent book reviews on GoodReads

Well, I try to knock out a book a week. However, sometimes I try to tackle a monumental book that takes me a month, e.g., “Infinite Jest.” But you can check out my recent book reviews on Goodreads. I’ll usually … Continue reading

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My Scott Stapp Story

I’m sorry but while I’m writing this I just can’t bring myself to pull up a picture of Scott Stapp.  I think I can stomach his face if I replace it with the mug of Abigail Ratchford.  Anyway, Scott Stapp … Continue reading

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Dealing with Nutcases That Play The Victim

Yesterday I was checking my social media accounts and ran across something that infuriated me.  I follow Christy Mack on Instagram, for obvious reasons, and on her most recent photo she said that she’d “be posting an update about her … Continue reading

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Why does a $250M movie fail? In “John Carter and the Gods of Hollywood” by Sellers we find out why…kinda.

I kind of have a special place in my heart for the “John Carter” movie.  I remember being on my first tour back in 2012 and staying in this really nice part of Kansas City, MO.  I was in a … Continue reading

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Jarmusch’s “Only Lovers Left Alive” is either a huge joke or an annoying failure.

You know how people look back on the 80’s and laughingly say, “ugh, what were we thinking with that hair?”  That’s the kind of hindsight people should have towards modern vampire movies.  People should look back on Interview with a … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Martian by Andy Weir is like MacGyver on Mars

I’m not big on Science Fiction or Space stuff.  I couldn’t care less about spaceships and intergalactic travel.  It just bores me.  Yeah, I know that most SciFi tries at making a point to parallel our own life with a … Continue reading

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Why Firehouse Subs is better than smoking Crack

I have no scientific evidence to back up my claims here, but I do believe that eating at Firehouse Subs is way better than getting addictive to crack cocaine.  And not just for the obvious health benefits.  Here’s why: Back … Continue reading

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Books: Stephen King’s Doctor Sleep is a sequel that shouldn’t exist

I was quite excited when I heard that Stephen King was writing a sequel to The Shining. I was coming out of reading his JFK novel 11/22/63 and thoroughly enjoyed it. The Shining was one of the first Stephen King books I … Continue reading

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