Where Is The Love? A Song. A Message. A Truth.

A bout of nostalgia led me to listen to the Black Eyed Peas’s Elephunk album recently. Elephunk was one of my favourite albums as a teen, and I still feel that it is the Peas’s best work. I jammed throughout the album, driving to who-knows-where in my car. This was the album that introduced us to Fergie. […]

Movie Musings

I Miss You, Slender Man

Once upon a time, nearly 10 years ago, a YouTube channel called Marble Hornets was created. I personally didn’t learn about the channel until 2012, in college and obsessed with the abridged side of YouTube thanks to being introduced to it through a friend at the time. That same friend and I were spending time […]

Health & Fitness

Resistance Training = Injury Rehabilitation

When nursing an injury, rest is crucial. Continuing to overuse the afflicted limb or body part just leads to more damage incurred. While becoming temporarily disabled is a pain, it is often less painful than actually attempting to use your damaged appendage. But what happens when your body does its job and heals your injury? […]


Anime Streaming Services: Which One Should You Choose?

So, I’m going to start with this: if you want to stream anime, sign up for VRV. It combines both Crunchryroll and FUNImation’s library, allowing for both subtitle and english voice over of new titles. I personally really enjoy FUNImation’s “SimulDub,” as it allows for the most recently shows in English very shortly after they […]

Actual News

IGN Caught With Their Pants Down

Dead Cells is a little video game for the Switch that is gathering a lot of positive attention. It’s a pixelated metroid-vanaia type game. While I don’t have a Switch and can’t play it, the reviews tell me it’s a very good game. So, it’s rather ironic that IGN’s main Switch editor, Filip Miucin, allegedly […]


Students In The United States Should Be Required To Learn A Second Language

To lift their education ranking among other developed countries, the US must make mastery of a second language a requirement. According to The World Top Project, the USA is 15th in education, behind that of Russia, China, The UK, South Korea and quite a few others. While the US does not require its students to master a […]

Video Games

Play Pokémon (And Other GBA/GBC Games) On Your iPhone!

**Note: I am an iPhone user, so this guide will cover how to install this emulator on iOS devices. There is a way to do this on Android devices as well, but I don’t know that process. Sorry!** If you’re like me, and most people born between 1985-1995, you grew up with a love of Pokémon. The Pokémon […]


The ’90s Revival: Some Thoughts

Don’t call it a comeback. We’ve been here, kids. So, in case you haven’t heard, Invader Zim is getting a movie. Nickelodeon is bringing back Double Dare. If you don’t know what that is, I can’t help you. Crash and Spyro have made a flashy return. Buffy the Vampire Slayer is even getting a reboot. […]

Gaming Table-Top Gaming

Warhammer 40k: Why Women Aren’t Playing, And What We Can Do About It

I have been a consistent player of Warhammer 40,000 for several months now, and I have noticed one major consistent theme while playing: a strong lack of women playing. Tabletop war games have been the somewhat lesser known relative to the tabletop role playing games, such as the iconic game Dungeons and Dragons. These games […]

Health & Fitness

The Starving Kids In Africa And Your Expanding Midsection

“You’d better finish your plate! There’s starving kids in Africa going hungry tonight while you’re trying not to eat your vegetables.” We’ve all heard this before. My mother said this to me. The shows on the telly said this to me. Random parents in the mall’s food court spoke it aloud. From birth, most Americans […]


Everything Is Political

Everything is political. Everything. It’s hard to walk around these days, and not see a Trump sticker or a #Resist sign. In that respect, I can actually understand the people saying “keep your politics out of my entertainment!” If you know me, and you’ve read my content, good chance you know where I stand on […]

Actual News

Terry Crews’s Torment, And The Effects Of Toxic Masculinity

October 2017 saw the rise of the #MeToo movement, a hashtag spread across social media to demonstrate the widespread frequency of sexual harassment and sexual assault. Started by Tarana Burke and popularized by Alyssa Milano, the hashtag and accompanying stories were primarily shared by women and more effeminate men. So, what about masculine-presenting men? It […]

Actual News

Grow Up. Respect Creators.

Something horrible happened. A young girl, who had her whole life ahead of her, passed away after an auto accident. This girl was beautiful, faithful, and loved. She just happened to be Markiplier’s niece. If you don’t know who Markiplier is, he’s a widely known and famous YouTuber. The video Mark posted in regards to […]


Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku | Anime Review

Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku is a strange anime that I happen to have fallen for. It has this special brand of humor that is completely unique to anime fans and con goers. This is the story about two childhood friends who happen to be otaku in two different ways: the girl is a […]

Actual News

Supreme Court Decision Sets Negative Tone Toward LGBT Community

Can a business argue religious reasons to prevent serving the LGBT community? According to a recent Supreme Court decision, the precedent was made possible. On Monday, June 04th, 2018, the Supreme Court ruled on Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission in a 7-2 decision favoring a Colorado baker who refused to make same-sex couple Charlie Craig […]