It’s puzzling indeed. Why are movies such a sensitive topic?Read more "Quit Qualifying Your Movie Opinions"
So the latest Words With Nerds with me and Craig “@craigsorrell” Sorrell got released. It’s a heaping helping of what you expect from us, with some highlights about what we’ve learned, insights on James Cameron’s “Avatar Block,” and a discussion about Magneto, Captain America and yet another comics reboot a-comin’. We also dig into a […]Read more "The Latest Words With Nerds: “Crisis on Infinite Lucas”"
This week it’s my turn. I present to you my “Anthropological Mixtape” of songs that shaped the music to which I have listened through my life. Not most liked, nor most listened, but most formative. WordPress is an awful mess when trying to embed things, so here’s the link to the open playlist on Spotify: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-4cr73-687974. […]Read more "Kesseljunkie: Molten (The Anthropological Mixtape)"
Important note: You may notice that I’m not releasing the How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Star Wars: The Force Awakens blogs sequentially. The simple reason is that the blogs are evolving as I write. As I finish each part, they will be released. No wine before its time. I believe in positivity. We need […]Read more "Sick of Thinking Happy Thoughts"
I saw an article stating that listening to “nature sounds” is even better for your focus and mood. So for the last week I tried exactly that.Read more "An Experiment with Sound"
Today has been a full day and of course it is Mother’s Day. It’s easy for me to go maudlin on a day like this, as I’ve documented all too well. There are plenty of other people who don’t dig on days like this as well, and I can’t claim to have a monopoly on […]Read more "Hearing Her Voice"
WAR! On our most recent Words With Nerds, Craig and I compared notes about training music. It was civil, it was fun and it was informative. Each person has their likes and dislikes—I tend to go for the driving, martial stuff along with some techno-flavor and instrumental soundtrack goodness (including the works of John Williams […]Read more "Training Music for the Montage of Our Lives"