WARNING: This article contains facts, opinions, and the point of view of a somewhat foul-mouthed snowflake...and Winter is here! Should this not sit well with you...good...think about it for a bit, and get back to me on that...this isn't a disclaimer, this is me letting you know that I have a voice, and … Continue reading Los Angeles Women’s March…or, What Civilized People Do To Show Their Outrage and Disapproval -AJ
So, I'm sitting here in all of the mid-season glory of that confusing week between Christmas and New Year...looking back on the year, and thinking about how hard I slacked on writing since November. True, I did pick up quite a bit of work in that time, but was it enough to bring my blogging … Continue reading Blog Humbug: A Rally of the Spirit…
Through the years I’ve met and become friends with a pretty good number of nerds, geeks, and the like. Like a magnet, they are drawn to me as I am drawn to them mostly because of fandoms and the sharing of crazy fan theories. We tend to have more in common than not and two … Continue reading Christmas isn’t Christmas without a ton of socially awkward situations.
Some people say you can learn a great deal about a person based on the books on their shelves, which is fine and well unless they just buy them for show, right? Well we thought it would be fun to get to know us in a little different way, through our favorite winter holiday movies! … Continue reading Meet the Geeks: Our Favorite Christmas Movies
[Featured image note: This article is approved and endorsed by disco shark...] Well, here we are; we've endured another election cycle, filled with mud-slinging and attempts at ruining careers/lives. Though this year seemed fairly one-sided, with a candidate basically slinging mud at his own campaign. Still the effects are evident, and people are once again … Continue reading Continuation of Progress in America, or The Current State of Hate, or The Ramblings of an Excited Mind.
While visiting a craft store several years ago, I came across a lady standing in the aisle with a desperate look on her face and tears in her eyes. Watching her, my heart ached and I couldn’t just walk by. When I asked if she was okay she explained that her daughter was performing in … Continue reading Halloween Made Easy – No Sew Dan TDM Costume
Our book club selection this month was Windup Girl by Paolo Bacigalupi, a post-apocalyptic style romp through a futuristic Bangkok. This book doesn’t come with one main character, it comes with a slew of characters we follow through different paths of the story that sort of come together to tell the whole tale from multiple … Continue reading The Windup Girl Review -or- Don’t Wind Me Up for this Apocalypse