It took until 2017 for me to actually understand buses. I don’t know; there just weren’t buses anywhere I lived, not in any relevant capacity.
Category: 2010s Retrospectives
The 2010s Retrospectives series is a long-form series of blog posts covering the entire decade of the 2010s. I analyze how the 2010s changed the world, changed pop culture, and changed my life, through the lens of whatever random topics I’m feeling like. It’s a real eclectic mix of subjects.
Dredd 2 is dead. It was never even a real possibility, as much as we campaigned for it. But the first Dredd movie released in
I watched the 2021 Nintendo Direct from E3 today. Despite rock-bottom expectations and a waning interest in the gaming hype machine, I still woke up
I’ve had a lot of smartphones and mobile devices over the past decade. For some reason, I’m going to list them to you so you
Remember when Moviepass existed? How awesome was that! If you don’t remember or are reading from the future, Moviepass was a movie subscription model. Only,
Angel Beats sucks. Like, it’s really awful. A 3/10 trainwreck and that’s if I’m being generous with my scores. Nothing makes sense in this stupid
On April 27th, 2011, my town of Ringgold, Georgia was destroyed by tornadoes. Ten years ago this week. I was sixteen. Close friends had houses
Automated curation sucks; let’s replace it with RSS feeds. Yeah, I’m saying we should bring back a protocol so outdated and underused that Google shut
Midnight releases were a hallmark of nerd culture. Besides Black Friday sales, what parts of the non-nerd world cared about midnight releases? Pretty much nobody.
Tumblr died in the stupidest way possible: Porn. I really just don’t get it. I didn’t use the site much, but it was doing fine.