Now, I know what you’re going to say. It’s to late guy, I already saw it, but do you know why this trailer is so impactful and important to what’s occurring in our world right now? When Ernest Cline first released Ready Player One, the Internet was not under attack. His novel, which is set […]Read More The Ready Player One trailer and Net Neutrality
Sorry there friends. Time seems to have gotten away. I mean what a month it’s been since the last blog post I’ve written for you. Today’s post actually comes from my new Kindle 7 tablet and bluetooth keyboard. Not something I would’ve thought doable a month ago.So let’s all get caught up shall we? Let’s […]Read More Wow! Time Flies!
Today was an interesting day. It was certainly full of ups, and believe it or not hardly any downs. Despite that though, I’m left feeling a hint of uncertainty. I guess the best thing to do would be to begin at the beginning. If you recall, I work for a High School near where I […]Read More Great White Buffalo
So this is a short I wrote a couple of years ago. I have only shared it with a few close friends to get some feedback about my writing. I had originally planned it to be a series of shorts leading through to the events of the main character’s wedding, but sadly that has yet […]Read More Hit Wedding
If you haven’t seen John Wick, what is wrong with you? The first film saw Keanu Reeves playing a retired hit man who is still grieving the loss of his wife to cancer. Prior to her passing she had arranged for John to receive a puppy as a means of dealing with his grief. […]Read More John Wick…
During the school week this week a student, which is not in any of my classes, approaches me. Student: “Mr. S! I saw you in a video on YouTube.” Me: “What?” The student then pulls out his phone and shows me some screenshots that he had taken while he was watching the video and asks […]Read More An odd thing happened on the Internet
Every year since 2009, I have been lucky enough to be able to attend the New York Comic Con. I remember feeling so overwhelmed the first time I went, but also feeling a great sense of belonging as for the first time in my life I was surrounded by many individuals that had similar interests. […]Read More New York Comic Con 2017… The Review
The Blade Runner franchise, as that’s now what it is, was not always something I was a fan of. It wasn’t until one of my good friends during our coffee chats had an in-depth conversation about the first film. It began out talking about how Harrison Ford is responsible for some of the greatest cinema […]Read More Blade Runner 2049
They say that great things come to those who work hard for it. Others say, “Hey man, you know so much about all these random things. Why don’t you have a blog?” Then there’s the old expression about how to get to Carnegie Hall. Practice. Practice. Practice.Read More Here we go… Again.