Diary of a Killer: Noah Calhoun

Before I start, I’ll admit to some bias here. I’ve disliked Nicholas Sparks ever since 2008 when I was in the Army dating a girl long distance, and she chose to let me know t was over by suggesting I read “Dear John.” When she sent it to me, I called her and she said […]

Dance Magic Dance

I’m going to make my 16 year old emo self very unhappy with this one. If you didn’t know me in high school, I’m pretty jealous of you. You got to miss out on the black leather trench coat, the various hair colors, the red and blue tinted sunglasses, and all of the various dumb […]

Welcome To The Jam

After my Power Rangers post two weeks ago, I’ve received accusations of bias. While I think this is a preposterous allegation, I’m also a person on the internet. If I see you say something I disagree with, we’re going to fight about it. I’ve written negatively slanted blogs about plenty of things I love. Recently […]

Chicken Fight

We’re going to try something a little different this week. I was discussing with my friend Cody the time honored question of “how many 10 year olds do you think you could beat in a fight?” Obviously, in a weapons-free environment, I think I could take anywhere from 15 to 20 as long as it […]

No No Power Rangers

This is a bad movie. Start to finish. I hate this. Why am I doing this? Those words went through my head as I sat down to watch this week’s movie. This is going to be a long blog, a return to form with a classic movie review. Nostalgia has always kind of been my […]

Quack

I’ve held a lot of jobs over the years, and one thing that has stayed consistent throughout each job is my passion for training people. Whether it was my job as a teacher, a security guard, a server, or a retail manager, I enjoy watching someone learn something new. It isn’t always easy, sometimes you […]

Manic Monday

There are lots of songs with valuable life lessons. Tim McGraw’s “Live Like You Were Dying” is an amazing song about enjoying every moment of your life. “Sumer of 69” taught us that sometimes life gets in the way of our childhood dreams, and that’s okay. “Poison” from Bel Biv Devoe taught us to never […]