Movie Trailers

"We're opening a zoo in Budapest!" "What are going to feed the animals?" This summer, see Hungry Hungary Hippos "This smell is terrible!" "But it could change science forever." Coming this autumn, Eureka! You wreaka' Pizza delivery to the space station had never been done...until now. Coming in September; Pie in the Sky   First they came … Continue reading Movie Trailers

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Today’s Topic

In college, I studied history and geology.  I like old stuff that tells a story.  I also like making stories. Preferably funny ones 'cause life is short and serious. Marrying these two beloved past times can mean only one thing; disrupting the historical record in such a way that historians in three hundred years will … Continue reading Today’s Topic

A Note from Vic, the Goblin that Steals Socks

Good evening, dearest reader, If you are reading this, I must be dead. I have always wanted to start a letter like that. I think all my letters will start like that from now on.  I am Vic Torry Danse, the goblin that steals your socks leaving only one of the pair when you go … Continue reading A Note from Vic, the Goblin that Steals Socks

Niche Streaming Services

Netflix. Hulu. Disney. BBC. CBS.  Before long every media empire will have their own streaming service. While a good idea, these are very broad services. The future of streaming is super niche. Niches like.... Babbling - The stream service. Running with Scissors - The Preferred Network of Ophthalmologists Silent Film - a library live stream. … Continue reading Niche Streaming Services

Slight Changes to Ruin Things

There are countless untold stories, myriad ways to create and add to the human experience.  The wonder of existence knows no bounds and we should all probably spend our time learning and growing and helping. That's not happening here tonight. Here now: Products that fail if their titles are expanded even slightly. Way Too Sticky Notes … Continue reading Slight Changes to Ruin Things

The Garden Tour (In 100 Words)

"The hotel has taken an ...unique approach to the gardens this year," Elizabeth commented, trying to avoid being rude. "This is really upsetting," Carl did not consider the feelings of the nearby garden staff. The two, enjoying a weekend away at a hotel recommended by friends and internet alike, stared at tall trees depicting scenes … Continue reading The Garden Tour (In 100 Words)

Answers from the Adviceroy

Dear Adviceroy, I am currently trying to juggle school, work, a young family and social obligations.  Any tips on how to manage multiple and often competing responsibilities as a full-fledged, real adult? Thanks in advance, Adulting in Akron Dear Adulting in Akron, Being a butterfly, my only obligations are to pollinate, procreate, and pro-party-iate! That … Continue reading Answers from the Adviceroy