Ya know, I have to admit that I was very, very late to the Tubi game but man alive, I am all in now. Tubi, for those who may not know is a free streaming service (owned by a bigger entity, thus allowing them to exist) that allows you to stream movies for free. We… Continue reading Oh, Hey, It’s Tubi!
I consider myself lucky in my dealings with Covid-19. Considering how many people lost loved their lives, lost loved ones, or lost months to illness I got lucky. It hit my family hard, to be sure. My infant daughter brought it home from daycare and when she started projectile vomiting it had to have taken… Continue reading Effects
I always find it interesting, how people who face no loss of their rights always seem to pop up when they are being taken away from others to say - well gee, it doesn’t bother me. The room oooohs, and ahhhhhs because, boy, that’s a revelation. Imagine that, someone who doesn’t have to face the… Continue reading Beacons
REVIEW! Hey you, it’s a review. I don’t rhyme often, until I do. That totally ties into this movie and this review. I SWEAR IT! Anyway. There are movies that are sit down, think about, contemplate, and question your life movies. Those are great. They are amazing. They open your mind to the world around… Continue reading Dashcam – found footage review
Next. That's what it's felt like for me over the past few months, maybe couple years. NEXT! I have written a LOT over the past couple of years. I have written, maybe five books, put out about four, or more. I dunno. I could look but don't WANNA. As of yesterday the newest book is… Continue reading Next. – a blog
The story. Of a family. Left by the side of the road. An inheritance of bags, of boxes, of the detritus of our lives. The pictures faded. The Bible torn. The memories rummaged through and scattered. A brand-new stuffed bear covered in rain and mud. The story. Of a family. Left by the side of… Continue reading Trash – a poem
I keep seeing these idiotic rabble rousing trolls that fancy themselves as playtime warriors and standard bearers for White American men clowning at events and gatherings that have nothing to do with them but which they find DESPERATELY offensive. What I wonder, and what I ask is - What actual ‘code’ do you live by?… Continue reading A Pretty Simple Question
It’s hard to keep the light on these days, internally as well as externally. Yeah, the economy sucks, and gas is high, and jobs aren’t suddenly paying the worker bees more and the CEOs less. Things are hard. Inside and out. The inside is dealing with the stress of a job you may not like… Continue reading The Darkest Days
I don’t think I am different from other writers in wondering what it is that sets what I write apart from everyone else. You know, what makes MY writing MINE. I can stab at some of the ideas and themes, family, faith, death, revenge, the old favorites. I deal with small towns more than cities,… Continue reading The Trend
Maybe you’re like me and don’t want to be hurt again. You tried, you trusted, you opened your heart up and you got burned. You got burned good. So good that it stings just to think about it and you swear, NEVER AGAIN all while you eye the new shows about to hit the streamers… Continue reading Following The Streams
I think it’s pretty fair to say that all of us, at one time or another have felt entitled to something. That doesn’t mean that the entitlement came from an ugly place, a place of selfishness, but that we felt we deserved something because of who we are. For example, you, as a human, deserve… Continue reading Entitled
In which I talk about the idea of placemaking and the idea of placemaking in my home city of Flint, Michigan. Theme Intro/Outro by SKELETON KIDS.
Hey there, friend and pal. Hey there, indeed. This is just a brief interruption of your usual spoonful of sugary sweetness wrapped up in a blog or review to mention my fictional exploits. As I mention from time to time. I am a writer. Author, if you will. I have written and published over twenty… Continue reading Station Break