Borderlands and GenXers

Borderlands and the Broken Generation                 Borderlands is the number one selling first person shooter published by 2k games. It is set apart by its cartoon graphics and the world record for most types of guns in a game, over 17750000. It also offers one of the most disappointing endings to any first person shooter […]

Anger and Politics

                With the new health care plan[1] coming into effect this coming month many are going to be in full political indignation. The angry speeches, 21 hour long ‘filibusters’ (Ted Cruz), rallies, and heated family discussions are revving up for the start of Fall. Much of this anger comes […]

Marvel: Agents of Shield

Marvel Agents of Shield Marvels Agents of Shield is not what I expected. I admit that I so loved Marvel’s Avengers, and believe it to be a masterpiece that I fully engage myself in, therefore my expectations were a bit skewed. I was hoping for the deep questions posed by such television series as Lost […]

Iron Man

Iron Man                 Iron Man is the genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist, is the most popular character of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and the character that brings the most attention to the Avengers. I attribute this to the fact that he is the most relatable character of the Avengers. He has a long list of character […]

“The Innovation of Loneliness” A Commentary

I digress today from the question of, “Are People Worth It” A friend of mine shared a very interesting video on Facebook today which is worth going over. The Innovation of Loneliness from Shimi Cohen on Vimeo. In the video Shimi talks about the effect social media has on loneliness, or better yet how social […]

Captain America as Ideal

                Captain America the leader of the Avengers is idealistically my favorite Marvel hero, however, as the epitome of a hero for us to copy he is also the hardest to relate with. Captain America embodies all of the values of character that we should strive for, but can […]

A bit of hope for change

Recently Kim the author of the blog GivenBreath wrote a “Dear girls” letter to young women on Facebook who occasionally lack judgment in the pictures they post. Her letter is rather harsh, and unforgiving of any mistakes a young lady may make. Albeit, it is still her voice and her right to express it. However, […]