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Prologue: I don't know when or why I became interested in Hawkman. He's too silly to be properly brought into the current gritty world of comic book television and film. Note: I said "properly". However, he is perfect for the classic comic era of underwear on the outside heroes. I think that going to a … Continue reading Hawkman: A New Story
Pokémon Go has become a global phenomenon. Along with millions of others, I have joined in the challenge to become the very best. Now that the game is a week old, I would like to present my honest review of the game.
With the announcement of Pottermore releasing the new sorting quiz for the American Witchcraft & Wizardry School's sorting quiz, I began thinking about what other characters from fiction would fit into which houses. Here's what I came up with and why: Bilbo Baggins Hufflepuff: Bilbo is a quiet, often under estimated character. He is … Continue reading Lord of the Rings Hogwarts Houses!
I love movies. I'll watch just about anything but horror, but that is an exception to this rule. I have found a new love for going to the movies alone. Initially, I let the fear of a lonesome cinematic adventure control my life. I always reached out to friends, girlfriends, family, or who ever I … Continue reading Go To The Movies Alone
In the past year I have learned more about the world, how it works, and about the people in it that I did in the five years it took me to finish college. Here are just a few of the things that I have learned:
Review and recommendation of Smoot's Grocery, a new blues lounge in downtown Natchez, MS.
We're back! There have been a lot of changes in the works at The Robot Sky and this is the inaugural episode for a new generation of the show. Well, a new generation with an older generation! In this episode, Mike chats with Mike Prime, the original mold from which he sprung. The Mikes talk … Continue reading New Podcast! Feat. Mike Sr.
I had been giddy about this event since hearing about it a week ago. In Monroe, LA there is a small metal building near the airport that is easily overlooked, but by no means should it be. This building is the last standing structure of of Selman Air Field, a crucial training ground for pilots … Continue reading Meeting Heroes: Chennault Aviation & Military Museum