I try very hard to not get sick. I wash my hands constantly. I think about what I’m touching such as doors. I try my best to avoid it happening because it’s inconvenient to a lot of people. One luxury I do have, however, is I work from home. So when I do get sick,… read more


February 10 2019

I am so over winter

Enough. I’m done. On Saturday I ran into town with my father for groceries. It was our first run in some time due to snow… then ice… then more snow on the way. Due to ice this past week, I have not seen my mail or UPS delivery folks since last Monday despite my having… read more

It seems that Generation X may be on its way to being the forgotten generation at this point. While speaking with my mother last week I asked a somewhat rhetorical question about what happened to Generation X. “What’s happened? It’s as if you aren’t a Baby Boomer or a Millenial you just don’t matter and… read more

As with each year, Comic-Con was filled with trailers. I’ve decided to take my time working my way through them this year to let that “WOOOOOO!” feeling wear off. With that being said… Aquaman didn’t get better with time. There is absolutely nothing original in this trailer. “Oh no, if you don’t accept the throne… read more


July 20 2018

Accepting Age

Those of you that follow me on social media know that today, July 20, is my birthday. I hit 47 today, and I am quickly learning that age sucks. I attended day 1 of San Diego Comic-Con on July 19. Around 4:36pm Pacific I found myself suffering from heat exhaustion as I walked through the… read more

As you walk around Manchester, United Kingdom you will see iconography of a bee everywhere you go. There’s a reason for that. From Wikipedia: The worker bee was adopted as a motif for Manchester during the Industrial Revolution, at a time when Manchester was taking a leading role in new forms of mass production. Seven… read more

If you read more than a few Marvel comics in the late 1970s and early 1980s, you are almost guaranteed to have read an issue written by Bill Mantlo. Even if you didn’t read comics back in that time period, you have recently been introduced to his work as he was the creator of Rocket… read more

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December 14 2012

The Events in Newtown, CT

Today is not the day for me to post a movie trailer or obsess over the minutia of a television show. I have opted to run the same image with this post that I ran for the Aurora, CO shootings because the only images I could find of the tragedy in Newtown, CT showed the… read more

Very little in this world leaves me speechless.  The events that happened in Aurora, Colorado last night is one of those times. As any regular readers of this blog know, I have been beyond excited for the release of The Dark Knight Rises.  To awake this morning to the news that someone had killed 12… read more

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One of the joys when I travel is running into the insanely stupid things people do because they are completely incapable of using their brains. I did not intend to make The Joys of Travel a series, but things just keep getting my attention during this current trip to California. Upon reaching my hotel last… read more

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The joys of travel just keep coming. The license plate you see above is what I happened to notice on my rental car today. I picked it up yesterday when I got to Irvine, and I just happened to glance down at the plate today and thought, “Huh … maybe California does its tags differently.”… read more

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I have come to a conclusion: Man was not meant to travel.  Period. Currently I am in a hotel in Kansas City so I can board an 8 AM flight to Dallas, and then another flight to Irvine.  Once there I’ll be spending two weeks at the TechnoBuffalo offices to do some training and have… read more

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