If you’re wondering where I’ve been the past few months, the answer is two-fold. First off, I’ve been living the life of a normal American who works a full-time minimum wage job at a popular fast-food chain. Secondly, I’ve been involved in the making of a documentary. Sure, it was basically made as a glorified class
As a medium, film has always given its viewer and maker the power to find truths about humanity by recording it and distributing it for an interested audience. But for the first few decades of its existence, these truths were contained in a fictional version of life. It wasn’t until the 1920s when people like
Does God hate his children? If he doesn’t, then he sure has a strange way of expressing his love. He has shown that he has lost faith in his creation and is therefore trying to destroy us. It’s an odd conclusion, but this is what the recent works of Prometheus and Mass Effect 3 propose.
Why do I blog? Is it for the fame? Glory? Money? Women? I do it because I want to do it. Because, weird as this may sound to some, I find this fun. I think I mainly get this palpable sense of satisfaction from the act of me finding what I like to call, “The
Whether you realize it or not, Twitter has secretly become the dominant delivery system in humor today. For political humor especially, the jokes come in fast, fierce, unfiltered, and filled to the brim with persuasive hilarity. Because of its simplicity and ease of use, Twitter gives its some-140 million active users the ability to instantly