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Monthly Archives: March 2014

Let’s talk about PTSD

My name is Sean CW Korsgaard, and I have PTSD. In the interest of full disclosure, I was diagnosed with PTSD after witnessing a friend of mine commit suicide in the US Army. I suffer from many of the symptoms common of PTSD – anxiety,

Cosmos A Spacetime Odyssey

When Carl Sagan’s Cosmos aired on PBS back in 1980, it was for lack of a better phrase, out of this world. Through the 13 hours that would make up the series, astrophysicist Carl Sagan would take the audience on a personal journey through the

Muppets Most Wanted Movie Review

In an age where Hollywood cranks out remakes, reboots and re-imaginings like clockwork, and with so many of them being ill-conceived or mismanaged to disastrous results, the times where it results in something wonderful really stand out. One of the most memorable of these was

It’s time to dump Java

First let me begin by apologizing for my recent slacking in updating the website – I’ve got plenty of backlog though, so have no fear, I’m more than making up for lost time. That said, I suppose I owe all of you an explanation though,

Things to do in Richmond in a Day

So you’ve got one day in Richmond? Despite the large numbers of hipsters and the vocal minority that continues to mourn the defeat of the Confederacy, I dare say Richmond is a great city. That’s not just because I’m somewhat biased, having been born and

300: Rise of an Empire

I am unashamed to say that as a moviegoer and a critic I think 300 may be one of the best movies since the turn of the millennium. Though initially ripped apart by critics, moviegoers stormed theaters in droves to see it, setting pre-summer box