Pat Robertson Is Finally Dead, But His Legacy Will Live On, Unfortunately

There’s an old saying that goes the only reason someone is still alive is “Heaven doesn’t want ’em and Hell is afraid that they’ll talk over.” Pat Robertson, who was a Southern Baptist minister and TV personality, along with a one-time Presidential candidate, finally died on June 8. For many people, he wasn’t a manContinue reading “Pat Robertson Is Finally Dead, But His Legacy Will Live On, Unfortunately”

Pride & Acceptance Or Pandering & Profit?

June is Pride Month in support of the LBGTQIA community. Lately, conservatives and Christians have gone on a rant against Target, Bud Light beer and even Chick-fil-A, the corporate equivalent of their grand old racist uncle, for being “woke.” There once was a time when corporations and businesses didn’t acknowledge this community. You may rememberContinue reading “Pride & Acceptance Or Pandering & Profit?”

‘Gender Queer’ Follows One Person’s Path Toward Happiness And Fulfillment

Note: To discuss this, I will use the Spivak pronouns the author uses which are gender-neutral. People like Maia Kobabe have existed for centuries. But e have been labeled as “tomboys” or “butch” where are derogatory and misleading. It’s hilarious for a society such as ours that wants to censor anything and everything that revolvesContinue reading “‘Gender Queer’ Follows One Person’s Path Toward Happiness And Fulfillment”

It’s Going To Be A Long Campaign Season (Ay, Dios Mio!)

While watching a Congressional hearing where Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) asked the Democrats to remember the “decorum” of the House of Representatives as House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-La.), someone online commented it was started to appear like the British Parliamant. While I’m admit, we’re sliding into the United Kingdom’s mentality of “Not tooContinue reading “It’s Going To Be A Long Campaign Season (Ay, Dios Mio!)”

Long Live The Queen Of Rock

I was saddened to hear about the passing of Tina Turner this last week. She was known for her electifying on-stage performance as well as a singing voice that no one could ever duplicate. But for many other people, she was known as Aunty Entity the ruthless leader of Bartertown in the barren wasteland ofContinue reading “Long Live The Queen Of Rock”

‘Money Shot’ Blows A Good Topic

I want to make a documentary about documentary filmmakers and their desire to always focus on the bad part of the porn industry. With the exception of Inside Deep Throat and the Pornucopia series that was on HBO back in the mid-2000s, there’s often a Puritan conservative slant against the industry. Money Shot: The PornHubContinue reading “‘Money Shot’ Blows A Good Topic”

And The Band Played On…

In the last 10 days, the biggest gap between the realty most of us live in and the fantasy world others are privileged was shown in a long time. On Saturday, April 29, the White House’s Correspondent’s Dinner was held. Nicknamed the “Nerd Prom,” it’s often a chance for the President, Vice-President, politicians, elected officials,Continue reading “And The Band Played On…”

Jabba The Hutt Is A Perfect Representation Of The Seven Deadly Sins

Jabba the Hutt made his first official appearance in a Star Wars movie in the 1983 movie Return of the Jedi, even though he had been spoken about in A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back. So, when he finally showed up in Jedi, his appearance was very earned by the foretelling. A giantContinue reading “Jabba The Hutt Is A Perfect Representation Of The Seven Deadly Sins”

‘I Am Jazz’ Is About Being Who You Are, Not What People Want You To Be

I Am Jazz is the children’s book co-written by Internet/TV personality Jazz Jennings that follows an autobiographical look at her early life, being assigned a boy at birth but always feeling like she was a girl. Part of the reason I think so many people find it so controversial because it teaches children they don’tContinue reading “‘I Am Jazz’ Is About Being Who You Are, Not What People Want You To Be”