Medeval

15 Jul 19
ScreenHub Entertainment

Though Stranger Things 3 continues to enjoy the warm critical reception of its predecessors, I couldn’t help but notice some stark changes from the show that captured my imagination back in 2016. While the original show was a superb blend of science fiction and horror, Stranger Things 3 has put a far greater emphasis on […]

15 May 19
BW Media Spotlight

Three videos from Shadiversity (no connection) dissecting fantasy armor versus practicality and sexualisation.

08 Apr 19
Under the Sign of Sylvia II

From inside the parasol of petals Bird watching Dear friends, What I remember best from last weekend were the traffic jams, the three hours on Saturday it took Izzy and I to get to and from the Folger, in order to attend (10 minutes late because we had a helluva time finding parking and finally […]

06 Mar 19
Bathtub Book Club

The concept of this collection of short stories is that the characters fulfill gendered prophecies in unexpected ways.

24 Jan 19
Under the Counterculture

Volunteering for clinical research trials can be a rewarding experience, not least financially – or so the research companies would have us believe. To offer oneself as a guinea pig for the future benefit of others is undoubtedly a selfless act, but under what safeguards are these studies conducted? With the clinical drugs trial disaster […]

17 Jan 19
georgeaudas21stcenturymediapractice

As I type this my project is rendering, Its just gone 7:00am and I’ve been forced to wait up and have no sleep due to this project being in later today. I’ve spent all day and all night in my room pretty much. The reason for this is becuase over the last few weeks I […]

08 Nov 18
The memorandum of a journey as life

Today I’ll introduce myself. Birth i wasa born in Sakai City, Osaka, Japan. Sakai City is in the southern in Osaka Prefecture. I’ve lived in the bedroom suburb of Sakaithis is my homeown’s station Komyoike (very ordinary)   This is the appartment where my family has lived by 2005 (very simple Japanese cheap appartment) and […]

29 Oct 18
Sterling Journal-Advocate
Winners for the family/group division of Sterling Public Library’s costume contest Thursday were (from left): the Strobel/Greene family, as characters from “Frozen” – first place; the Brandes family, as medeval peasants with a witch – third place; and the Kuehner family, as “The Incredibles” – second place. The public is invited to join the library for a pumpkin carving party Monday from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.; the jack-o’lanterns will be used to line the path at the Howl-o-ween 3k/5k race at Pioneer Park Monday night. Winners in the age 0-6 group were (from left) Liam Chase as Bam Bam – first place; Hunter Labaron as Mario – third place; and Izabella Mendoza as Wonder Woman – second place. Owen Kennedy dressed as Dr. von Frankenstein for the Sterling Public Library’s Halloween costume contest. He was the only entry in the 13-and-older age group. Winners in the age 7-12 group were (from left): Hailey Troyer as a vampire – second place; McKayla Anthony as a tiger – third place; and Charlotte Horton as a joker – first place.
11 Sep 18
The Real Mr. Positive

The Alien franchise has managed to do some impressive achievements over its lifespan. Turning a H. R. Giger painting into a sci-fi survival horror behemoth. With the critical and commercial praise of the series so far, a third instalment was a virtual guarantee. What the audience got was a film unafraid to take creative risks, […]

15 Jun 18

ladywriter94

pattern-53-enfield: owmyballsacks: Why have guns when everyone can just carry around a mace? Can you imagine though? Someone breaks into your house, and shits themselves at the sight of you coming down the stairs with what at first appears to be a baseball bat but when they see the end, it’s a steel ball with […]

13 Jun 18

Obscure Fandoms

recoil-operated: theforwardmarch: recoil-operated: send-ammo: tokillabutterfly: owmyballsacks: Why have guns when everyone can just carry around a mace? Can you imagine though? Someone breaks into your house, and shits themselves at the sight of you coming down the stairs with what at first appears to be a baseball bat but when they see the end, it’s […]

13 Jun 18

forks blog

pattern-53-enfield: owmyballsacks: Why have guns when everyone can just carry around a mace? Can you imagine though? Someone breaks into your house, and shits themselves at the sight of you coming down the stairs with what at first appears to be a baseball bat but when they see the end, it’s a steel ball with […]

04 Jun 18
First Draft

The Kaiser of Chaos was feeling feisty this morning. He tweeted out a preposterous assertion of executive authority: As has been stated by numerous legal scholars, I have the absolute right to PARDON myself, but why would I do that when I have done nothing wrong? In the meantime, the never ending Witch Hunt, led […]

04 Jun 18
TraveLin

We awoke begrudgingly, sleep still resting on our eyelids as we stuffed our daypacks with the essentials for an epoch of new adventures. Armed with ice coffee (courtesy of Shake Cafe), our vagabond of golden-hour warriors marched our way through the still-stirring metropolis of Florence, S.M Novella bound. Dichotomous from the drowsy city, the platforms […]

02 Jun 18
Vienna, Etc: European Studies

Just remember three words: Salt mine, and Simon. Country #4, and city #2 on group travel! Krakow was beautiful, and we had another very full day there. I have been ‘summing up’ each city in a few words to help process everything we did, packed into such a short time, so again: City tour, lunch […]

01 Jun 18
Vienna, Etc: European Studies

We’re officially on group travel! We’ve now spent our first day and a half in Budapest, and tomorrow we’re headed to Krakow, with a long day of driving. I’ve really enjoyed my time in Budapest. For a short-hand explanation of my long day here today: City tour, palace on the hill, overlook of the city, […]