Creature Double Feature: My Saturday Monster Time

2018-10-15T14:27:16+00:00

Growing up my Saturday afternoons would be spent with creatures, monsters, ghosts, ghouls, murderers and mad scientists. Beginning around one o'clock I would settle down in front of our 17" Sony Trinatron (complete with simulated wood grain plastic sides) with a soda (typically Frank's grape or ginger ale) and a bowl [...]

Creature Double Feature: My Saturday Monster Time2018-10-15T14:27:16+00:00

All Hallows’ Eve Month is Here! A Month of Classic Horror

2018-10-15T14:25:08+00:00

October has arrived - the most wonderful time of the year. There is a nip in the air, the leaves are changing and the smell of pumpkin pie surrounds us. It’s time to wear flannel as you walk a corn maze then curl up by a fire as the sun [...]

All Hallows’ Eve Month is Here! A Month of Classic Horror2018-10-15T14:25:08+00:00

Saying Goodbye in Paradise (Or Waiting for the Hurricane)

2018-09-03T11:43:51+00:00

I’m not sure if this is going to work. Or if it will make any sense let alone be entertaining to read. I guess you can call this an experiment. I am going to write about some recent events in my life unplanned, just off the cuff and see where [...]

Saying Goodbye in Paradise (Or Waiting for the Hurricane)2018-09-03T11:43:51+00:00

Can You Dig It? (or why on earth am I nostalgic for the 1970s?)

2018-09-03T11:43:16+00:00

The 1970s was a time of unparalleled growth and prosperity that brought forth a cultural and artistic renaissance that still influences our society to this day. Everything I just said is verifiably untrue, a blatant lie. But that is the beauty of nostalgia, the past is made perfect not by [...]

Can You Dig It? (or why on earth am I nostalgic for the 1970s?)2018-09-03T11:43:16+00:00

This Harmonious Order of Things: Boethius: The Big Ideas (Excursus I)

2018-09-03T11:41:44+00:00

Whenever I am feeling down, or confused, or overwhelmed by the particular situation I find myself in I turn to philosophy. And yes, I do recognize how pretentious that statement sounds - but regardless it is still very true. Reading philosophy allows me to see things on a grander scale. [...]

This Harmonious Order of Things: Boethius: The Big Ideas (Excursus I)2018-09-03T11:41:44+00:00
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