In the midst of the sociopolitical and medical scare of the Chinese Coronavirus, thousands of Conservatives of various age groups convened for the annual CPAC (Conservative Political Action Conference) in DC. It was a fun and, at times, chaotic event, but also happened to be my first time attending, so I thought I’d share the… Continue reading A Scintillating Scenario at CPAC 2020
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As we get closer and closer to the fictional narrative of The Purge, people are angry, violence manifests out of anger and politicians stoke the flames of chaos by encouraging the political Left to engage in acts of physical and mental aggression on their opponents. Halloween is once again upon us; one of the key holidays… Continue reading Sailor Twift InstaZine: Tha Spooktacular Issue (Oct. 2018)
As an unapologetic Star Wars apologist, I feel that we need to get several things straight right away regarding a personal and a public response to this latest trilogy installment, The Last Jedi. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j78oe2QB7X4 Let's start with the personal. With the unquestionable exception of the Wookiee-related sections of the Star Wars Holiday Special, I can watch anything in… Continue reading The Last Jedi: Most Divisive ‘Star Wars’ Ever?
You may have already forgotten (good for you) that the "rap rock supergroup" Prophets of Rage formed last year featuring most of Rage Against the Machine/AudioSlave, two members of Public Enemy, and B-Real of Cypress Hill. The amalgamation of middle-aged artists who have never written a good song in their 30+ years in the industry (with the possible exception of… Continue reading Prophets of Rage is a Cringe Masterpiece
We've all seen those atrocious virtue signaling Hillary Clinton Bandwagon "Hate Has No Home Here" signs, darkening the doorsteps of those desperate to say to their friends, neighbors and colleagues, "I don't know about you, but I'M certainly not a racist." Like many other Democratic strategies, the HHNHH campaign was created by children and transformed into a money-making scheme… Continue reading Virtue Signaling Has No Home Here
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Admittedly…The Weeknd wasn’t on my radar until reading the Philadelphia Inquirer Music Critic Dan DeLuca’s article on the Canadian singer’s upcoming headlining performance the Sunday of the 2015 Budweiser Made in America Festival. It was surprising to see an artist (at least in my eyes) so fresh to the music scene headlining a festival with… Continue reading Fascination with Madness: Thoughts on The Weeknd
The government may be shut down, but Talking Nerdy is in full swing! Today, we find out why Dan is a horrible person, keep up with the boys in Grand Theft Auto Online, and tread lightly on the topic of rape. Also, Richard Harrow stops by briefly to talk about Boardwalk Empire. Download HERE or… Continue reading Talking Nerdy Episode 67: Highway Wheelchair
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Wake up, Thunderbabe--The Battle Royale I can't imagine any indie pop junkie not being a fan of The Battle Royale, but I'm sure there must be some out there. Their sound combines a White Stripes simplicity with some modern tech beats and childlike wonder. Though I can't determine whether the gals and guys in this… Continue reading What we’re listening to! April 2011
It's been an exciting week for indie music. I know! Fucking weird, right? Has there ever been an exciting week in indie music? Unless you count that time your band ran into the guy who does keyboards and loops for TV on the Radio at some shitty venue that he also happened to be playing,… Continue reading What We’re Listening to…(February 2011)
Ugh, remember Cop Out? I wish I didn't. That bore-fest of a parody flick has unquestionably painted a big black stain on Kevin Smith's career and will make its victims quiver in fear whenever its title is mentioned to them. It was an appallingly unfunny comedy intended as an homage to the well-known buddy cop… Continue reading The Other Guys
When you're a screenwriter with a filmography containing such naff films as Equilibrium, Ultraviolet and Law Abiding Citizen, I wouldn't really put much credit to your name. The first is dull, the second is unforgivably terrible and the third is unrightfully smug. The only half-decent film Kurt Wimmer has scribed is 2003's The Recruit, yet… Continue reading I Love Movies, but I Hate Yours: Salt
Could we just be honest with ourselves and admit that Inception was a cinematic masterpiece that far-exceeded anything he has done in the past?--and, yes, that does include The Dark Knight. Typically, when a film maker with Nolan's talent and ability creates a picture of this quality, he has shit the proverbial bed. Not so,… Continue reading Christopher Nolan and his INCEPTION
Gru is a supervillain. Voiced by The Office star Steve Carell, he makes a living from elegantly stealing priceless and luxurious monuments from all around the world, or so he desperately wishes. You see, Gru hasn't been too successful in this department as his most prized stolen objects are the Jumbotron from Times Square, an… Continue reading Despicable Me
In November 2008, American director Catherine Hardwicke's much anticipated Twilight was released in film theatres worldwide, a fantasy romance based on Stephenie Meyer's well-known novel of the same name. It was a story of vampires, teenage angst and the consequences of forbidden love, one which captured the imaginations of teens all around the world, going… Continue reading Twilight: Eclipse
Tom Cruise has always been a pretty cool guy. Perhaps one of the biggest stars in the world, if not the biggest (not height-wise, he's quite small), he's a great actor, one who fully embodies his roles and gives memorable performances, always seeming to play likable characters who we love to watch on the big… Continue reading Knight and Day
Fuck nostalgia. Everything that disappeared from popular culture probably disappeared for a good reason. Sorry, Gary--it was your time. We moved on, possibly through some theory of memetics; on to bigger and better things. But at the same time, it seems like many things are heading backwards. In a future that we were promised virtual… Continue reading Ten 90’s Trends That Need to Make a Comeback
Good day to you, my fellow Americans--and welcome to the first in a hopefully-not-ill-fated series I like to call "This Is Why They Hate Us." Who hates us? Well, not everyone, of course--but many do. Perhaps "hate" is too strong of a word--maybe the rest of the world just resents us for how we throw… Continue reading TIWTHU: Philly Edition!
As long as everyone is talking about the latest Martin Scorsese thriller, Shutter Island, let's take a moment to examine it in detail. Martin Scorsese is one of my favorite directors, and if he's not one of yours, then you probably don't like movies--or, at least, you don't like good movies. Fact. By all definitions… Continue reading Let’s Talk About ‘Shutter Island’
Hopefully, we've all had a decent-enough education to know that at one point in American History, the consumption and sale of alcohol was strictly prohibited by the United States government. Fortunately, this occurred at a time in History when our government could learn from their mistakes and push "we fucked up" initiatives after stupid decisions… Continue reading The SuperDPS Guide to Prohibition
This year in cinema really started off with a bang! The Rock is a Tooth Fairy, Jackie Chan is a super-spy who can't make fucking breakfast for a child, and Denzel Washington is bringing the pain! Without giving too much of the film away, let's dive in to a synopsis, shall we? In the Hughes… Continue reading The Book of Eli: Baddest-Ass Movie of the Year?
If you've ever had the retarded desire to live in a post-apocalyptic dystopia, why not visit Haiti? I hear it's wonderful this time of year--that is--if you like that sort of thing. By now you're all more-than-aware of the catastrophic earthquake that rocked Haiti back to, well, let's say on-par with Afghanistan. The people of Haiti are… Continue reading Haiti: Beyond Thunderdome
As you know, we've just ushered in a new decade. We are no longer in the "zeroes" or the "aughties," we are officially in the--I don't know--the "tens(?)" The last decade has brought us some of the most incredible inventions that we now take for granted. One of these numerous technological marvels has served to… Continue reading I’m Brian, and the Segway Ruined my Life
I know this is long overdue but it's one of those things that you have to do. Like talk to relatives! 2009 has not been the best year for me. In fact, it was quite possibly the worst. Started out with my grandfather passing away (his funeral being the day right before my birthday), my… Continue reading Joe’s Sloppy 2009: Year in Review
Way back in 2007, I saw a Frank Oz film called Death at a Funeral, so imagine my surprise when I discovered a trailer for a new Neil LaBute film called Death at a Funeral. Should the “too soon” rule usually applied to tragic events also be applicable for remakes? The original Death at a… Continue reading From Brit to Black: Death at a Funeral
Citizens of our great nation--fear not! There are many elements that haunt this world we live in which may be beyond your control, but please do not worry. Science is on the case. You see...cancer, AIDS, climate change, biological engineering, the future of all life on earth...they aren't just small potatoes, they're just fucking stupid.… Continue reading While We Sleep, Scientists are Hard at Work…
Whether it be in cinema, video games, or World History, there rarely comes a moment as wholly emotionally gratifying as watching a Nazi drown in a pool of his own blood. And it is with this scenario in mind that we take this time to review two new releases: Inglourious Basterds and The Saboteur. Inglourious Basterds is… Continue reading Few Things are More Satisfying Than Killing Nazis
Don't judge me. If I had a problem, I would almost certainly admit it. Although I have absolutely no way of knowing for sure, I feel as if I am slowly approaching the end of this fucking game. I'm well aware how possible it is that I will get to the conclusion only to be… Continue reading Dragon Age: Origins–Part 5
FUNNY PEOPLE--We can always count on Judd Apatow and company to make a "Special Edition" DVD worth buying, and Funny People is no exception. I picked up the Blu-Ray **coughcoughdouchecoughcough* copy and I was amazed at the extra content. The disc contains a Theatrical and Extended version of the movie, which ends up being about 3… Continue reading DVD Reviews: Funny People, Year One, Drag Me to Hell
Through the process of promoting an ecologically friendly and energy efficient green lifestyle, many hopelessly gullible people all over the world are caught up in the clusterfuck of misinformation--and that can be dangerous. For the purposes of this article, I'm going to concentrate on the plethora of harmful lies that you're subjected to about the food… Continue reading 11 Dumb Myths and Smart Facts: The Right Food for a Wrong World
At a time when we adult moviegoers have a fairly decent and varying menu of cinema to choose from, why is it that the best films I've seen have been meant for children? Though it sounds stubborn and pretentious, I have a difficult time bringing myself to frequent films that are rated anything less than 'R.'… Continue reading Anderson’s New Kid-Flick is ‘Fantastic’
I no longer consider Dragon Age: Origins to be a meaningless game. It has become a fucking problem that needs to be solved. I don't feel that I have a problem, per say. Suffice it to say that it is beginning to feel like an epic equation that must be evaluated for the sake of… Continue reading Dragon Age: Origins–Part 4
The eloquence of organized battle has bested me once again as I stagger, dumbfounded through this elaborate and addictive game. Every fight that I find myself in is a last-ditch effort to come out on top--and while this works for me, I know that there must be an easier way. I've watched videos on YouTube,… Continue reading Dragon Age: Origins–Part 3
For those of you asking yourselves, "Does It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia really deserve a Christmas Special?" the answer--unquestionably--is YES! After a run of lackluster episodes in the previous season, Sunny is back on top. One of my favorite elements of the show--for better, or worse--is that the cast seems to truly and fully appreciate… Continue reading It’s Always Sunny on Christmas!
After reading many reviews and playing this game so damn much--to the point that my eyelids reach unpleasant heaviness--it has become almost an essential part of my life. My version of the game came complete with two DLC codes... One was for a free set of armor, which I can't actually use until I reach… Continue reading Dragon Age: Origins–Part 2
I thought that since I've been hearing how intense and expansive Dragon Age: Origins is, that I would create a--sort of--nerd blog about my experiences with the game. While I'd been considering doing this with Fallout 3, I think that this game is a bit more leveled and concrete to the point where I may… Continue reading Dragon Age: Origins–Part 1
I hate when people my age are obviously doing so much more with their lives. It's a difficult personality flaw to accept that not only do I consistently let myself down, but I'm also slightly afraid of success. Well--it's a good thing that Sean Foreman and Nathaniel Motte (both 24 and both from Boulder, Colorado) have gotten… Continue reading Do You Want to Holler ’til You Pass Out?!
For the record, I am not a huge fan of RTS (Real Time Strategy). I suppose I was never meant to be a god...or a general...or a leader in any way, shape, or form. Commanding and Conquering large imaginary armies across an exotic turrain while casually checking my Facebook just doesn't work for me; but… Continue reading ‘Fat Princess’ is Tons of Fun
For those of you who may be uncertain, this is indeed a significant time in the relatively brief history of humanity. Our species has advanced to the point where we can say "go fuck yourself" to those dumb-ass blankets, quilts, and comforters that have kept us warm for so long. It's time for a new… Continue reading The Cult of the Snuggie
Before all else, allow me to clarify that you are not solely to blame. This editorial expression of disgust is not wholly upon your shoulders, but rather the hive-like collective of gaming Nazis that you call colleagues. My insatiable frustration finds its target on the repulsively anti-social hobgoblins that don Game Crazy and EB uniforms… Continue reading An Open Letter to GameStop Employees
As a porn website reviewer for XXXpwnage.com, I've seen a huge number of sites, scenes, and performers over the past couple of years doing lots of wild and weird things. It's been quite an interesting experience and I've learned a lot in the process (well, maybe I shouldn't admit that!), but I thought it would be entertaining to… Continue reading Honey West’s Ridiculous Porn Titles I’ve Known and Loved
After a long period of waiting around for a decent Batman game to launch after the disappointing Batman Begins clusterfuck, fans of the Dark Knight are finally rewarded. I've played Batman games before, but it has always felt like a typical action game featuring a central character wearing a Batman costume. Arkham Asylum created a… Continue reading Enjoy Your Stay at Arkham Asylum
Hey you, I’m @AmberChase, and I have a confession…. I love @Twitter, I mean really; I have met so many cool people through Twitter – face to face even, and sometimes more. In fact, I wouldn’t be writing to you cuties if I hadn’t met @SuperDPS through Twitter. I love how it connects me to people,… Continue reading Porn Girl Amber Chase’s LIFE: Tweeted
The exciting Summer Movie Season is over, but fear not, you film lovers, you—because the Fall Movie Previews are up running. There are still plenty of movies for you to throw your money at while praying to your god’s deaf ears that they will be worth your while. The secrets out! The almost certainly won’t… Continue reading Trailers of the Weak: The Best of Fall
Because going to see Rob Zombie's remake sequel masterpiece Halloween II felt like a chore wrapped up in a homework assignment, I'd better go ahead and review it, lest I find no closure in my wasted time and money. Am I being unfair? Perhaps too extreme? I'm open to your comments, but please choose your… Continue reading Dear Rob Zombie, Please Come Home. We Love You.
Commercials that don't make a god damn lick of sense! The whole purpose of a commercial is to sell a product. These particular commercials (by my standards anyway) fail to do so. Visa: This particular commercial features a father taking his daughter to the aquarium on a Tuesday afternoon. Which is why they play The… Continue reading Commercials Will Make You Crazy!
The Twitterverse is alive and buzzing with the swine-like squeal of outrage over The Walt Disney Company's upcoming purchase of MARVEL Entertainment Incorporated for upwards of $4 Billion in cash and stock. According to the Associated Press, this monumental purchase will include the film rights to about 5,000 Marvel Comics characters ranging from Iron Man… Continue reading MARVEL & the Mouse: Disney’s Grasp on Comic Cinema
Many would argue that there is really no such thing as a "shitty tattoo." It can be poorly done, a divisive image, or in a bad location, but any work of art (no matter how creative) on the body is arguably "un-shitty." I disagree entirely--surprise! And this is coming from someone with only two tattoos:… Continue reading The Fine Art of the Shitty Tattoo
Recently, I took a trip to Canada (of all fucking places); Ottawa to be specific. Naturally, I had no idea what was actually in Ottawa except for a few examples of gorgeous Gothic architecture that I could see any time I want in America through something called Google. So why does anyone travel anywhere? What… Continue reading Why I Hate Canada and Want to Go Home!
Jim James, performing under his IKEA stage name, takes us back to a time when folk music was less about being stubborn, pretentious, middle-aged, and pungeant, and... Wait, let me start over. Jim James once again proves that folk music has evolved very little and that's the way we like it. Listening to this 6-song… Continue reading “Tribute To”–Yim Yames
Consider for a moment that just about every human being knows someone who claims to have the capacity to 'rap.' We live for the cringe-worthy moment when this person drinks enough 32oz Smirnoff Ice's that he (or she, but more likely he) decides to prove it. We feel compelled to encourage the poor bastard, while… Continue reading “Depart From Me”–CAGE
For an album that's almost two years old, Oracular Spectacular has certainly gotten an attention overload. If I need to explain to you who MGMT are, you probably aren't a music fan. It's strange and somewhat fishy that a band that has literally been around for (literally) about five years, with multiple chart topping hits,… Continue reading SuperDPS.com–Under New MGMT
Hung Like a Horse by ALL LEATHER The nature of the "Super Group" is a tricky one. When everyone involved in a project is at the pinacle of their musical careers, they can only go one of two ways: crash and burn or generate a musical orgasm that explodes all over your unsuspecting face. All… Continue reading “I Don’t Hate Fags, God Does”
The problem with having On Demand with your cable provider is that you wind up watching shit that you would never think to watch normally. After you've seen all of the movies you care to watch, and all the latest and greatest HBO series, you've shit the bed when it comes to quality TV. So,… Continue reading Celebrity Horseshit: Paris Hilton’s My New BFF
Heyyyyyyy..... I am Julia Bond, adult film star. I am a little crazy, a little wild, and always unpredictable. That's just me. Me describing an average day in my life may seem unreal, but this is my life and I love it. My life is one big risk. Whether I am singing karaoke in Baskin… Continue reading A Day in the Life of Porn Star Julia Bond
I know what you're saying. "Hey, Alex! You've done an AS SEEN ON TV article before! Run out of ideas?" Well, the short answer is "Not quite." The long answer is, "Please seek whatever professional help that may be required for you to break your habit of yelling wildly at your computer screen." It's just… Continue reading Billy Mays: The Top 10 Most Ridiculous Pitches
Hello, SuperDPS fans. Since this is my first article written for the site, I’d just like to do a quick introduction. My name is Cole, and I will be providing you with some weekly music reviews. Some of these reviews will be specifically suggested by Alex or Dave, others will be very relevant (meaning that… Continue reading Coconut Records’ “DAVY”
You know those days that are always referred to as "The Good Old Days?" Those where the days when people would listen to what we now call "Golden Oldies." Racism was essentially a life choice and treating women like they ranked somewhere behind canines in the chain of society was the norm. Well, those times… Continue reading The Top 10 Sexist Old Advertisements
Attempting to be extremely selective about what games I'm going to purchase is starting to become almost even with selecting which movies I'm going to bother seeing. While I could obviously pay to see about 5.5 shitty movies at the same expense as paying for one shitty game, I would consider it about even. Like… Continue reading Busting Makes Me Feel Good
Movies come out on DVD/Blu Ray faster than they ever have on any other media, which is why seeing movies in theaters (unless it's for a damn good reason) is fading into the dark realm of the obsolete. When I say "good reason," I mean "good fucking reason." This would include epic films that would… Continue reading Absolutely Taken by Taken
We've all made mistakes. Some were more significant and life-changing than others, obviously. But when the fine and upstanding douchebags in the advertising field screw the proverbial pooch when it comes to doing their jobs properly, well, the result is their prompt and inevitable exile from the industry. McDonald's has a long uncomfortable line of shitty campaigns,… Continue reading Does Anyone Remember the McD.L.T.?
Before you start to fling about your rampant accusations, let me just say--in my defense--that I am inflicted with the most horribly debilitating of physical and psychological diseases. No, it's not Swine Flu. It's Summer Laziness. The symptoms of which are chronic procrastination, writer's block, and an ever-increasing ass-groove in what had once been a… Continue reading Trailers of the Week: Memorial Day Edition
The worst (or best, depending on how you look at it) part of working two days per week in rough economic times is that I wind up doing nothing all day but writing, thinking, and most importantly: watching mediocre movies. Comcast OnDemand supplies users with a seemingly endless supply of "one star" movies. Now, while… Continue reading Snappy Reviews from a Week of Movie-Watching
Was there a specific moment that slipped by the collective conscious of the entire world, or have we all just gone batshit insane? Either way, we've all gone soft on the As Seen on TV product marketing schemes perpetrated by the likes of Billy Mays and Vince Shlomi (a.k.a. The Sham-Wow guy). I recall a… Continue reading What the Fuck Happened?: As Seen on TV
Easter has come and gone and some of us barely even noticed. It's not difficult to imagine the awe and unification that erupts when millions of people commune to celebrate the resurrection of their Ghost Dad, but for the rest of us former Christians, Easter (like Christmas) is now more about family dinner, pastel decorations,… Continue reading The Five Best/Most Ridiculous Candies
Toys have come a long way since I was a kid. Well, not really...but technology has advanced quite a bit and toy production has improved. One of the big steps has been Facial Scan technology that has improved how our dolls and action figures look. I remember a day when our toys looked nothing like… Continue reading The Top 10 Most Disappointing Toys You Thought Were Cool
Have you ever been around someone with small children before? All they can talk about is how smart and adorable their spawn is. "Oh! Little Johnny just shit his pants! Isn't that the cutest thing ever??!!" or "Oh! Little Suzy is having a tantrum in the middle of a nice restaurant! What a cuddle bug!"… Continue reading Why Your Kids Suck
After numerous attempts, the unthinkable has finally happened. Facebook has bought Twitter. Mark Zuckerberg, the creator of the immensely popular social networking/marketing site Facebook, has tried many times to buy Twitter, a microblogging/social networking/marketing site, in order to add it to his Arsenal of Awesome. I won't pretend I'm optimistic about this decision, but it… Continue reading It’s Official: Facebook’s Hostile Takeover of Twitter!
Driving up to school I was listening to the Preston and Steve Show (You guys rock.) and they were talking about the Wasp Knife. I was so interested and disturbed by this that I just had to look it up. And what is the Wasp Knife you ask? Let me give you a brief explanation..… Continue reading The Wasp Knife…Why?!
The Resident Evil series has always served to baffle, befiddle and befaddle me; certainly not as much as the Metal Gear series, but enough to cause concern for the future. I don't think I've ever successfully completed a Resident Evil game in the entire series. At the risk of being "gamer'd" to death, the excuse… Continue reading Re5: A Wonderfully Un-Racist Romp Through Scarytown, Africa
A lot of people like to post top ten lists. And generally, these lists are interesting to read, if only for the controversy they're sure to create. Top 10 dictators of Latin America? We could go all afternoon, debating between the likes of Peron, Batista, Castro, Duvalier, and what not. Top Ten Types of STDs?… Continue reading Top Ten Types of Paper
I recently attended a private screening of the (new to Blu-Ray) Guy Ritchie film Rockn'Rolla (by which I mean I rented it on Blu-Ray and watched it alone). As a director and storyteller, Ritchie stands out among the greatest. His forte is the modern British gangster films with urban flair and stylization; however, he does… Continue reading Guy Ritchie, Chi City, and Brain Crack
The more astute of you will have already known that earlier today, Apple conducted a press conference revealing their plans for the iPhone 3.0. For those of you who are currently in possession of an iPhone that you haven't dropped to the point of non-functionality, the rest of the world who are still painstakingly flipping… Continue reading Over-Dramatic Readings From an iPhone
Yesterday I saw WATCHMEN in IMAX. I'm going to attempt to systematically lay out this "review" so that you can read the things you want and NOT read the things you DON'T want. At the very bottom, there will be a list of items that were in the comic but not in the movie...this will… Continue reading You Will Watch (and Love) the Watchmen!
In this marvelous time of social networking, social news, and...ample alternatives to being "real life" social, one of the most underestimated and useful is Twitter. I say "underestimated" because, while it is ridiculously populated, it is mostly used by advertisers, companies, promoters, individuals who want an outlet to share their experiences and, well, promote themselves.… Continue reading My Heart’s a’Twitter
The last thing I want to do on this site is to start openly promoting anything aside from this site. Well, that's not entirely true. The last thing I want to do would probably be Judah Friedlander with a live bear trap lodged halfway up his rectum. Hmm...now that that's the alternative, open promotion doesn't… Continue reading Murphy’s Tavern: A Place to Go
So after the events of the last post from me, I did what the responsible blogger would do....bitch to customer service about something they had very little control over. Here's what I wrote.... Comment: Complaint Incident Date: 2/23/2009 Time of Incident: 4:00 pm Boarding Location: Ridge Ave and Fountain St Final Destination: 30th St Station/Drexel… Continue reading Septa Inepta UPDATE!!!1!111
Without boring you all with a laundry list of scientific terminology, facts and figures, I'll simply say that the Earth is relatively small. Contrary to popular belief, it has a finite amount of space in which all of us are meant to coexist. Fortunately, there are forces out there that ensure that many things won't… Continue reading Do We Need ‘Em?
I have an appointment tomorrow at Drexel University's Sleep Center (although I realized that both times i heard confirmation voicemails from them, it was for different times...) so I thought I'd highlight (and lowlight) some of the many interesting things involved with not being able to sleep at night (or during the day). Hmm...how about… Continue reading Thoughts from an Insomniac
Note: "Football" will be used in this article instead of "Soccer." So I just got finished watching one of my more recent obsessions: Green Street Hooligans. GSH is a movie about an American, Matt, who travels to England and is dropped into the violent, drunken world of football hooliganism for the English Premier League. Hooliganism… Continue reading Broad Street Hooligans?
Have you ever seen the movie Kinsey? A scientist and professor who studies wasps develops an overwhelming interest in sex and is immortalized by his writings on the subject. His good-natured wife is brought along for the ride as Our Hero's interest grows less academic and more practical. Nice movie. Strong plot, full-frontal male nudity,… Continue reading The Dangerous Joy of Dr. Sex
"For the next six months, Al Gore is going to smear you as the enemy. He will slander you as gun-toting, knuckle-dragging, bloodthirsty maniacs who stand in the way of a safer America. Will you remain silent? I will not remain silent. If we are going to stop this, then it is vital to every… Continue reading From My Cold, Dead Hands