“The Special Counsel states that ‘while the report does not conclude that the President has committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him.’” ~ Attorney General William Barr’s letter summarizing the Mueller Report’s findings to congress. If we can draw no conclusions on Trump’s “alleged” crimes of obstruction of justice, then what was the fucking […]Read more "The Mueller Report – Don’t Trust the System"
New evidence has come out strongly suggesting that Johnny Depp is not the domestic abuser society had labeled him as just a few years prior. Further, this evidence – which allegedly includes 87 surveillance camera videos, 17 depositions of witnesses, and photos of significant injuries inflicted by Amber Heard on Johnny Depp – strongly suggest […]Read more "Johnny Depp Tells Us #MeToo Needs a Course Correction"
Reality Bites is a 1994 film where Winona Ryder plays an aspiring documentary film maker caught in a love triangle between Ethan Hawke and Ben Stiller, but really, it’s about the assumed binary of picking between maximizing one’s earning potential in a capitalist society or maintaining one’s moral and artistic integrity at great financial cost. […]Read more "How Zion Williamson Defines a Generation"
Remember when Oprah was running for president? This guy, who famously called him a billionare asshole a few weeks ago while he was doing an event, apparently does not remember. (Although I’m all for calling billionares assholes and it was impressive how well you can hear him, so props to my guy anyway!) The media […]Read more "Liberals Need To Calm the Heck Down About Howard Schultz"
“Money can’t buy happiness,” is a common lesson to many American morality tales, whether it’s Charles Dickens’s classic “A Christmas Carole,” a fall from criminal grace story like “The Godfather,” or the modern reincarnation – the stock broker gets what’s coming to him story like “The Wolf of Wallstreet” or the TV show “Secession.” This […]Read more "What We Can Learn from Millionare Athletes"
“Welcome to Whose Line is it Anyway where everything is made up and the points don’t matter.” Drew Carry was talking about the famous improv show that he hosted, but he might as well have been talking about the U.S macro-economy. It is, to put it eloquently, imaginary bullshit. Every country on Earth is somehow […]Read more "The Federal Shutdown Belongs to Mitch McConnell – Trump’s Just a Symptom"
Really, if we’re being honest, I’ll take any excuse I can to talk about star wars. I’ve kind of talked about it a lot. I’ve already made it clear to anyone who has talked to me or read my content regarding Star Wars I think Last Jedi is a masterpiece. What’s interesting to me is […]Read more "The Last Jedi is One Year Old and We Can’t Stop Talking About It"
“When you sacrifice for God,” Ray Lewis cries – “AFC Champions” hat and t-shirt clinging to his impressive frame, “he will give you anything your heart desires.” Even Ray Lewis should in theory admit if pressed I’m sure, that no matter how hard a mere mortal like me exercises and believes in God and watches film, […]Read more "Why Steph Curry’s Moon Landing Conspiracy Matters"
This is hardly the spiciest hot take on this blog. It’s not even a particularly new one. Women’s suffrage icon Lucy Stone did this all the way back in 1856 before women could vote. Her original argument, written in 1847, still holds largely true: “The custom of calling women Mrs. John This and Mrs. Tom […]Read more "Why Women Should Keep Their Maiden Names (How Language affects Sexism)"
The following contains minor spoilers to Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. The beginning of Crimes of Grindelwald is a microcosm of the rest of the movie. It starts off in the American equivilant of Azkaban, and you get to see a bunch of really cool stuff. You’re mind starts to compare and contrast this […]Read more "Fantastic Beasts is Basically a Star Wars Prequel"