1 comment on “Mulder and Scully Learn Binary Code: A Retroactive Recap/Review of The X-Files Season 1 Episode 4 – Conduit”

Mulder and Scully Learn Binary Code: A Retroactive Recap/Review of The X-Files Season 1 Episode 4 – Conduit

Recap: A poor mother is woken up from a relaxing slumber by some nuisance shaking her RV, pointing a flashlight in her window, heating up her doorknob and absconding with her daughter.  Understandably upset,  the mother, Darlene Morris runs around…

6 comments on “Mulder and Scully Learn About Airplanes – Retroactive Review of The X-Files Season 1 Episode 2 (Deep Throat)”

Mulder and Scully Learn About Airplanes – Retroactive Review of The X-Files Season 1 Episode 2 (Deep Throat)

  Recap: An Air Force pilot with really bad skin mysteriously disappears, most likely due to his colleagues' unreasonable hygienic standards.  Sympathizing with those with skin conditions, Mulder close-talks Scully into submitting to his plan of heading to Idaho. Mulder…

0 comments on “A Mayoral Foray Into Urban Decay- Review of Suburbia By Bezier Games”

A Mayoral Foray Into Urban Decay- Review of Suburbia By Bezier Games

You know, if someone asked me what game series I've played more than any other, SimCity would probably come to mind.  Simcity 2000 was a mainstay in my gaming library in the late 90's and SimCity 4 was the source…

2 comments on “A DC Movie That Doesn’t Suck-A Wonder Woman Review”

A DC Movie That Doesn’t Suck-A Wonder Woman Review

My relationship with superhero movies has been on thin ice lately.  I loved the Dark Knight Trilogy and generally enjoy a lot of the MCU movies.  However, it feels like every superhero movie lately follows the same basic pattern and I've…

0 comments on “The 2017 NBA Eastern Conference First Round Retroactive Review: An Exercise in Raw Emotion, Awful Futility, Fraudulent Activity, and Competitive Boredom”

The 2017 NBA Eastern Conference First Round Retroactive Review: An Exercise in Raw Emotion, Awful Futility, Fraudulent Activity, and Competitive Boredom

Well the 2017 NBA Playoffs ended two weeks ago and, boy howdy, those were the worst playoffs I have ever seen in my life, thanks to courage Kevin Durant showed last offseason.  The 2017  draft was just last night but I've…

0 comments on “Insights Into My Mind”

Insights Into My Mind

When I was young I wanted to be an author. This was back when I had no idea the kind of hard work and creativity that is needed for that kind of a life. I mean, writer’s block is tough, man. Once I became more informed on the subject, I decided that a life of experiencing other people’s creativity (movies, television, books, video games) is more in line with my lazy outlook on life.

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