With my parting shots at 2011 given yesterday, I shall for the last post of 2011 give yet another of my quarterly looks at how the site has grown and changed in the last three months. This was the busiest quarter the site has seen
Since the web is awash in people taking a look back in 2011, I feel that I have to contribute my own two cents as the year draws to a close. Though I will give a far more in-depth commentary recognizing the best and worst
A good friend of mine, who wishes to remain anonymous, recently got into a debate with some other friends of ours over certain bible verses, and the implications and implementations of those verses on the lifestyles of the LGBT community. Needless to say, this went
Let me begin this post by wishing all of you a very merry Christmas, or in the case of my several Jewish readers, a happy Hanukah. Of course, regardless of your beliefs, I hope every one of you has a joyous holiday season this year.
The Adventures of Tintin, created by Belgian cartoonist Herge, is one of the most revered and respected comics ever produced. Providing Europe’s answer to Walt Disney or Superman, the tales of intrepid young reporter Tintin, his faithful canine companion Snowy, and a lovable cast of
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, part one of the late Stieg Larsson’s Millennium trilogy, is one of the post critically acclaimed novels of the last decade, one of the most brilliant mystery novels in recent memory, and in a decade where the most of
Today, my dear readers, I turn 22 years old today. If you remember last years post, I lamented that I had done relatively little with what is essentially a quarter of my life, and made 8 resolutions to work toward with the remaining 3/4ths. In