Movie Trailers

This week I'm going to try something both fun and arguably lazy!  All stories this week will be the same story (or story elements) as Flying Car, but using different formats and characters that I turn too often.  So here we go with more flying cars and gas cans! Other takes this week: From the … Continue reading Movie Trailers

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The Singular Hobby of Dingo

Dingo loved one thing; weird conversations starters with strangers at parties. What would Dingo say to strangers on the street? Nothing but fun things like... I have the antidote. The full moon no longer affects me. Quarter moons are all the rage now. The magic trick failed! The bunny won't be coming back. The walk … Continue reading The Singular Hobby of Dingo

The Demise of MemePop.Fun – An Investigation

MemePop.Fun was once a shining beacon of celebrity news, pop-culture critiques, and solid journalism in regard to how society was changing thanks to the internet.  It also posted funny cat videos and lots of memes.  People adored the site for a time.  The site experienced a change in editorial staff in the winter before it … Continue reading The Demise of MemePop.Fun – An Investigation

Must Haves: Lunch

Usually I take my lunch to work.  Some sort of microwave friendly fare gets me through that crazy mid-day feast and then it's back to being efficient and productive, and productively efficient. Sometimes though, oh golly, sometimes 'usual' gets tossed to the wind and the lunch hour is spent at a restaurant! Hopefully one with … Continue reading Must Haves: Lunch

The Hero Consortium

When the city needed heroes, it got the Hero Consortium. Name: Squeak Power: The ability to bring balloon animals and creations to life. Catchphrase: End your twist-tied ways, evildoer! Name: Packet Power: able to steal electronic information Catchphrase: I'm taking a byte out of crime! Name: Ocelot, Power: the powers of flight and laser vision! … Continue reading The Hero Consortium

Predicted Trends of 2019 (For Niche Audiences)

And now... Trends of 2019 that will only affect certain communities. Folk Music: That banjo/record scratch hybrid of 2003 is coming back hard this year, Folksters. Get ready! Plastic bag manufacturers: Another rough year, but people will really enjoy blue Garamond type on department store bags. Pumpkin pie purists: Two words: butter topping. Boom. Slackline: … Continue reading Predicted Trends of 2019 (For Niche Audiences)