Weird Fish

15 Feb 19
The War in your Head

I thought about keeping it a secret because of what people might think. But now i don’t really care about what people think and it’s a liberated feeling. When i was 16 , one Sunday morning, i was with my little brother in the car after the daily Sunday school classes . He was sitting […]

15 Feb 19

Hello everyone! I hope you’re all fine and dandy. Exciting news – yesterday I kicked off my brand new regular column in my local newspaper, The Argus, so you could say it’s been a fab way to begin the upcoming 21st birthday celebrations! I am soaring closer to actual adulthood quicker than I’d like to: It’s both exciting […]

15 Feb 19
Phish By The Years

Dan’s Picks Volume 06: 1992 Precision and playfulness are the words of the year. Fast, action-packed, high-energy, and incredibly on-point playing mark 1992. The band sounds more synced-up and connected than ever, allowing for greater group flexibility and variation in and around songs. Jams which followed the same structures in previous years become fuller, more […]

15 Feb 19
Shoot That Nebula

If there were two things the teenagers of the 1990’s were all about, it was hip slashers and even hipper soundtracks. No stranger to mopey youths, Dawson’s Creek writer struck iconic success with Scream; hanging with the cool crowd and giving a real, “get a look at those guys” to old school horror tropes. Striking while the […]

15 Feb 19
Pop Cultural Studies

This is the sixth post in a series I’m staring on this blog called Journey to the Throne, reviewing previous episodes of the show Game of Thrones before its eighth and final season. To view the previous post, click here: Medeival Darwinism and Chosen Ones; Journey to the Throne S1E9-10 Since the goal of Journey to the Throne […]

15 Feb 19
About that Writing thing.

Hello my friends. A very long time ago on a blog far far away, I liked to post little interviews with folks I like. I decided that, we’re gonna do that here. I’ll be featuring writers, artisans, other folks I find cool. First up the amazing scent witch Caroline Blicq, head spoopy babe in charge […]

15 Feb 19
Meet you at arrivals

New Orleans is the largest city in Louisiana. Nicknamed the “Big Easy”, it’s known for its round the clock nightlife and vibrant live-music scene. Its like no other city that I’ve been to. Beautiful French architecture lined the cobbled streets and at night street parties fill the city. New Orleans is most known for Mardi […]

15 Feb 19
The Geek Anthropologist

Everyone thought the first generation would be a bunch of STEM-worshipping squares…

15 Feb 19
Fly! Pow! Bye!

Written by: Haley Mancini, Jake Goldman Written & Storyboarded by: John West, Angela Zhang Directed by: Nick Jennings, Bob Boyle Not worshiping this one, that’s for sure.

15 Feb 19
UPROXX

This week the chefs had to create dishes “honoring the legacy of Muhammad Ali” and a serious contender went home.

15 Feb 19
Simplify for me, please!

This holiday log marks my one-year blog anniversary! Looking behind I am very glad that I have decided to start recording my holiday logs – it is both a way for me to re-live those wonderful experiences, but also to share with you, my readers, what I like the most in my holiday experiences. I […]

15 Feb 19
Pallet & Plate

The novelist has a taste for offal, but no patience for kale As research for Lake Success, a novel about a wealthy Manhattan businessman who hops on a Greyhound to escape his troubles, writer Gary Shteyngart went on a bus trip of his own through the American South. This journey turned out to be something […]

15 Feb 19
Big Data Lab Kubwa 1.0

I’ve spent almost 12 years now at companies sized between 15–150 wearing various hats of “data analyst, engineer, and occasionally, scientist. Wandering into mega-corp Google Cloud as a UX researcher is a bit out of character, but with new products constantly being churned out, it feels like a startup in terms of questions and chaos, […]

15 Feb 19
gailstraveladventures

Instead of just hanging out at the pool we decided to go searching for something interesting to do. We were all wanting to go snorkelling. The second place we checked, the gal that ran the “tourist information” was…..you guessed it…. a gal from southern Ontario. Nice! Just about everyone we meet are from Canada. I […]

15 Feb 19
thechattrbox

Have you ever had one of those days, that’s super productive but you feel like you did nothing? That was my day today (well a few days ago- I really need to start posting the day I write, but pretend it’s the day of for the sake of reading this one). I CLEANED my room […]