Supervillain Class

Welcome back! It’s been a long hiatus while I focused on my book and the bar blog. I’m still doing the bar blog, but I wanted to bring this back because it’s fun and I miss it. I’m going to alternate weeks, so this will be every other week (since that’s what alternating means), and […]

Pumpking Coup

Welcome to the Halloween special! Still on hiatus, but couldn’t miss this. I’ve tried to keep politics generally out of this blog. There have been a few moments where I stumbled, like comparing him to Scar or saying King Triton wanted to Make Atlantica Great Again. But until now, I’ve never overtly called for the […]

The Rescuers

Before I start, I want to get something out of the way. After 9 months of putting this blog out weekly, I think it’s time for a bit of a break. I want to spend some time focusing on my book and getting my other weekly blog off the ground. I’ll definitely be back to […]


Nicholas Cage doesn’t do anything small. He’s what kids these days call “extra.” Or “100.” I don’t know, I’m not cool anymore, if I ever was. I’m at the point where if a teenager sees me doing something, it automatically becomes uncool. That’s why I drink so much, I’m trying to make as many young […]

Best Of Both Worlds

I’ve always liked Van Halen. I can’t call myself a fan, because I don’t follow them, and I certainly don’t love everything they do. I obviously preferred David Lee Roth to Sammy Hagar, he was always much more fun. But one thing that David and Sammy allowed Van Halen to do was create a double […]

Even Deeper Under The Sea

I’ve done a pretty good job of avoiding politics with this blog, but I stumbled across something that I can’t ignore. So for the first time ever, Trigger Warning: Nationalism I’ve discussed before the fact that King Triton is an abusive father. He yells at Ariel, delivers ultimatums, doesn’t listen to her, and violently destroys […]

Strike First

Ever since I was a child, it has been impressed upon me that martial arts are less about fighting and more about discipline, honor, and finding one’s center. I never fully understood where the combat came into play, but I understood that it is supposed to be a defensive based art form. It’s something I […]