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November 2016 Ratings

My Ratings of Books without having to read an in depth analysis. Updated throughout the month. Ratings go from 1 to 5 kittens with hamsters being used for half ratings, because no one wants to think about half a kitten. 980 more words


Ms. Marvel: Generation Why (Vol. 2) - G. Willow Wilson, Jacob Wyatt, Adrian Alphona

First impressions aren’t always right. 

Before reading the first volume of Ms. Marvel, I had heard amazing things. I knew that once I got the books, I would want my fix for the next one as soon as I finished the first. 627 more words


On "The Beach", Weyes Blood and The Selfish Generation

Today I watched the movie “The Beach” for the first time and it is not very good.

Leonardo DiCaprio is not at all as cute as you’d like him to be, and Guillaume Canet is exactly as cute as you’d like him to be but he’s not in it that much.  1,341 more words



Natalie Mering possesses a gift not oft heard in today’s crowded scene.  A confidently independent language that is both poetic and strong.  Akin almost to what a contemporary Joni Mitchell would have fought to sound like.   22 more words


ZHU - Generation Why Review 

Since emerging onto the scene in 2014, Steven Zhu has put forward an enigmatic approach to pop, often with meaningful undertones. Now, in a debut that explores all things summertime pop, Zhu has laced GenerationWhy’s tracklist with clear-cut electronica – a refreshing sentiment amongst over-compensating and recycled chart-toppers, but also extremely dry. 456 more words


Doing the things....

Aloha! I just thought I’d post a little update on my rock n’ roll life up here in Donegal…

Listening: lately I’ve been listening to a lot of podcasts, particularly Generation Why, an American podcast hosted by buddies Aaron and Justin who get together to discuss conspiracy theories, unsolved mysteries and various other topics such as the life of Elizabeth Bathory, Aileen Wuornos, the Amityville Horror House… they don’t claim to be experts in any field, they just seem to enjoy researching and chatting about different subjects and they’re really engaging and insightful. 369 more words



Today my blog turns 1.

I had attempted the podcast thing but limited resources and one-too-many-Serial-case-spinoffs put me on the short end. Speaking of Hae Min Lee’s case, Generation Why brilliantly promoted… 1,091 more words