A Dance with The Fabled Phantom Poo

I was trying to think of the word that I would use to describe the experience I had in the men’s room this past Friday, but my tumor-destroyed brain couldn’t immediately come up with it, a problem I often...

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Fossil Thank You Letters

I went to my daughter’s class and taught fossils for an hour a few weeks ago. The kids seemed to love it and I even got a genuine thank you from a mother passed on to me and then...

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Super Chat Gone Awry

Within a few hours of yesterday’s post that I made (read that post first) there was an incident online that I wanted to share. I was listening to a live stream from a comic creator whose work I’m interested...

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Indiegogo No Longer Indie, Warning Shot Given to Comicsgate

On Thursday afternoon, Indiegogo suspended the “Alt Hero: Q” graphic novel campaign and refunded everyone’s money who had contributed to the campaign. This occurred weeks after the campaign had closed and was producing further sales in “InDemand” mode to...

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If You Haven’t Seen Once Upon a Time in America, Watch it on Netflix NOW

I have several movies on my short list of greatest films ever made. From a critical standpoint, The Godfather, Blade Runner: The Final Cut, and 2001: A Space Odyssey immediately come to mind. From a pop-culture standpoint, The Empire...

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The Connection Between the Brett Kavanaugh Hearings and Comicsgate

There is none, dumbasses.   RE:

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Older Comicsgate Events Including the Antarctic Press Incident that is Now the Subject of a Lawsuit

Having gotten into comics earlier this year, I missed some of the items that involved what is now known as “comicsgate.” One of the primary catalysts to start comicsgate was a group of women working for Marvel going out...

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The Endless, Resolution, and Spring Movie Reviews

SPOILERS I watched The Endless on Netflix the other day. It’s a surprisingly good movie given its obvious relatively low budget. It puts other low budget movies like Kultur Shock! to shame. It involves two brothers going back to a...

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Five items from Comicsgate from the Past Several Weeks

Since comic books have become a hobby of mine the past year, I’ve been tracking the comics industry and saw five things that were noteworthy the past several weeks. These are items I’ve noted since my previous post on...

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Hurricane Florence Final Forecast

I issued this forecast privately this past Sunday to my weather friends, Dave and Andy. My “final forecast” is normally 24 hours before the probable start time for a big storm for the area, but this was the highest...

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