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Monthly Archives: August 2011

Fan Request 7: I want your Money

Dear readers, this has not been a great month for the credibility of the US government. After months of haggling over reducing government spending and the national debt, rather than DC seeing reality and making long-overdue cuts, both political parties chose to once again pass


The Internet has effected nearly every aspect of society, yet few have been more effected than the music industry. A little more than a decade ago, the music scene was dominated by record stores. The process file sharing began was finished by online distributors like

World War Z by Max Brooks

I really thought I’d seen the worst of Hollywood this month after hearing the Highlander remake would be spearheaded by the folks who made Twilight or that the Guillermo del Toro made Mountains of Madness film had been scrapped in favor of a movie based

Conan the Barbarian

Today, the long-talked about Conan the Barbarian remake hits theaters. Directed by Marcus Nispel, a director whose prior work consists wholly of half-assed remakes of classic horror movies, this remake of Conan the Barbarian was made in just a little more than three months, and


Chasing new frontiers to settle has been a part of the human condition since the first of our fore-runners decided to give living outside of a tree a shot. For centuries, people left behind their familiar surroundings in pursuit of new frontiers to call home,