when old wineskins make way for new, who sees it coming? if one waits on royalty but receives rabble, will one still receive? and though death is obviously an end, isn’t it always also a beginning? even so . . . shred the Jedi texts and burn the sacred tree, for the force is the… [Read More]
i am *so* psyched for Stranger Things 2 like, *psyched* psyched i want more mystery, more stylish 80s homage, more dope soundtrack, way more Eleven; i want #justiceforbarb, Eggos ate raw, Winona Ryder everything, coffee and contemplation honestly, who can deny that the whole Stranger Things thing – like much of what it lovingly calls back to… [Read More]
Usually, when it comes to a film’s protagonist, we consider the person who exhibits the most growth, or at least demonstrates the most action on behalf of the individual or others. Since 2003, Finding Nemo has been lauded for its artful tale of the titular little fish, netting box office splash, critical accolades, and the top spot… [Read More]
Albert Einstein crying, alone, at a train station–is this rock bottom for him?
there’s a lot i want to say about Chris Cornell having gone away truth told, it hit me kinda hard late last week and over the weekend i kinda want to go on at length about how his singing voice was the one for me – at least, one of the ones – and how i’d… [Read More]
Maybe CAR-T therapy will be the breakthrough scientists need to eliminate cancer once and for all.
At the end of the day, we all want to go somewhere that has a roof to protect us from the elements, allows us to spend quality family time, and offers us security from intruders. In short, we want shelter.
War has done more to shape the history of the world than one might be willing to consider.
Economist Adam Smith noted, “All money is a matter of belief.”
To say we would be in a world of hurt without medicine is not hyperbole.