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Not Quite the Perfect Number

By Dave

Like many guys I suppose, I love a good message T-shirt. Whether it is showing my love of a particular TV show, a place I have travelled to, a college I attended (I went to several) or support for the high school where I work (and because the latter are often free, I am happy to take one), I rarely pass by a cool tee without checking for one in my size. 206 more words


The Decade Ahead: Downsizing My K-pop Albums

Almost ever since I’ve gotten into K-pop, I’ve seen a distinct correlation between following a group and owning albums. My logic was, if I’m fully into a group (listening to all their music, having a general handle on their public personas, and watching their variety shows) I should have their albums, too. 430 more words



Remember that great Aretha Franklin song about Respect?  I love that song and it makes me feel so good, so strong.  Maybe it’s the song and maybe it’s just the idea of respect that gives me the feeling of power.  382 more words


Downsizing: what can we learn about Paul Safranek's existential crisis?

If there is anything the makers of this film shows us is that they can mislead us, the movie-goers, into thinking that this film is a slightly adult version of “Honey, I Shrunk The Kids” (1989). 644 more words

Talking Movies

Must-See Blu-ray Releases For This Week (March 20)

We are changing things up a bit. Usually you can expect the must-see movies of the week listed on Friday’s, comprising of Blu-ray and theatrical and VOD releases. 775 more words