R.I.P. Paul Walker

It’s all over the internet by now, so you’ve no doubt heard the news that actor Paul Walker has passed away at the age of 40, in a tragic car accident. My thoughts are with Walker’s family and friends, particularly his 15-year-old daughter, who should not have to go endure the agony of losing her […]

NBA: One Month In

The NBA season is just about a month old now and there are a lot of things we have learned. Plenty of teams have been better or worse than expected, some extremely so. We have also learned a lot about the highly touted draft class that just began their freshman college hoops season and of […]

Why The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is Better than the Original and Worth Your Time & Money

Although it was a massive box office success, grossing almost $700 million at the worldwide box office, the first Hunger Games was nevertheless a gamble on the part of Lionsgate, who only budgeted the movie at under $80 million as opposed to something more extravagant. While the finished product had some merit, the money and […]

Trust No One

It’s a pretty bleak title huh? I don’t not trust anybody. That’s a lie. But I do trust only a select group of people. Life has taught me this. To have trust requires vulnerability. Because you have to be honest. Honest with your feelings, honest with your flaws, honest with your secrets. I have almost […]

Sports and Bullying

You may have been following or at least heard about the story currently going on in Miami where Dolphins player Richie Incognito is alleged to have bullied young teammate Jonathan Martin, including calling him a “half-nigger”… Incognito is white by the way. Now plenty of people have been writing about this story and I’m not […]