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Hope

Where do you begin on the topic of hope?

I wanted to portray the necessity of hope in the wake of such morally decadent times. Political corruption, the misuse of information, and the rise of the alt-right through a rhetoric of hate have certainly given us something to be afraid of (amongst the morass of other anguishes that I simply do not have the time to list). 127 more words

Art

Husband and Wife Duo's Trapeze Stunt Goes Wrong on America's Got Talent

America’s Got Talent took a dramatic turn on Tuesday night as a trapeze trick nearly turned deadly while the cameras rolled.

Mary and Tyce, a husband and wife trapeze team, initially wowed the judges as they performed gravity-defying tricks high above the stage, which was on fire throughout their act. 380 more words

News

Wasting Time Playing Video Games

Life Of A Gamer

I’ve been a gamer all my life. Dedicating my time and energy to reach a certain level of success and prestige. Gaming was my source of escapism from reality. 488 more words

Dreams/Goals

So this is what I've been up to recently (shameless clickbait title)

I recently didn’t post a lot of reviews. Long story short: There was a lot on my plate and a project I’ve been working on for a month needs to be re-done almost entirely. 75 more words

Critical Bytes

30 Things, Guilty Pleasures

I typically don’t believe I should feel guilty for liking something, so here are a few things I do that usually earn me the reaction of “Your doing/eating ________ again?!” 58 more words

Chronic Illness

Warcross by Marie Lu

This semester hit me HARD. By the time I got home from work and school, I’m completely spent – what else is new? Sorry for being MIA for so long and being inconsistent with my reviews and posts, but at the end of the day, this is basically a reading journal for myself and any kind of readership is awesome, but I don’t do this for clicks or views, I don’t expect to ever make a living from this… 917 more words

Living in the Gray - Moral Ambiguity in Videogames

Blurring the Lines

Growing up, videogames carried simple narratives and always put you on the side of good.  Choices were always laid out for you so the path the end was as simple as just completing the game. 1,000 more words

Opinion