Monthly Archives: August 2014


My Hopes for the Emmy’s Tonight!

Despite the fact that the Emmy’s are on a Monday this year because NBC didn’t want them competing with Sunday Night Football, thus causing me stress because I really have to hurry to get home from work not to miss them, plus I will definitely miss all of the red carpet, I’m still really excited […]

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My End of Summer Reading List

  I have two settings with reading: reads one book a month or reads six books at once. Either way, I’m always excited about books. I always thought it would be neat to have a 24 hour bookstore/coffee shop where you could go hang out, get a hot cocoa or coffee, and pick up a […]

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Happy Birthday to the Master of Suspense

Today in 1899 legendary director of horror and suspense films Alfred Hitchcock was born! Alfred Hitchcock directed movies like Psycho, North by Northwest, The Birds, and my favorite, Vertigo. Hitchcock still to this day has one of the most distinct directorial styles. He did unique and innovative things like using the camera to mimic someones […]


Unpopular Opinions: We Should Better Respect Movie Adaptations

I’m back in action trying to shove my unpopular opinions down your throat! This one I’m certain a lot of people are going to be mad about just by reading the title. That’s fine. I’m pretty ready on this one, I’ve been debating it for a while now. This is my disclaimer paragraph. I am […]


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Your Daily Dose of the Why Did You Post That?

In my morning internet briefing, I found this screenshot of a lovely bridezilla’s Facebook post. She was preparing to send out her wedding invites and decided to tell however many hundred Facebook friends she has why many of them didn’t receive invites in the mail. Here you have it. Can I start by saying who […]


The Truth About Leaving

People always leave… don’t they? Or do they run from reality? It is true that people always leave. People come and go in our lives, it is just a fact. Sometimes they leave to go to school, other times to travel the world, and maybe sometimes to follow their dreams. Leaving means change. Change for […]

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