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Shatellite Launch

Not sure I have much to add on the subject of William Shatner venturing into space for real, but I figured I couldn’t let it go entirely unmentioned. I don’t know what’s odder; the bizarre juxtaposition of fiction and reality that is this story, or

One Giant Leap for Hologramkind

In what’s easily 2019’s coolest use of AV technology, the Smithsonian is projecting a giant holograph of a Saturn V rocket onto the Washington Monument this week; on Friday and Saturday it’ll come to life and recreate the launch of Apollo 11 in 1969.¬† Wish

RIP Roger Moore

There’s one post title I could’ve happily gone forever without writing. ūüôĀ

Election 2016: America RIP

  Seriously, America? ¬†This is the ¬†best you can do? ¬†Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton? Okay, I suppose¬†Aliens vs Predator, Freddie vs Jason¬†and¬†MegaShark vs. Giant Octopus proved¬†there are cheap thrills to be had whenever two monsters throw down, but let’s face it, what’s always missing

Reagan at 100

The first vote I ever cast, way back in 1984, was to re-elect Ronald Reagan to a second term as president.  It may also have been the last time I really felt like I was voting for something, instead of against something else. Today marks

Paul McCartney: The Accidental Activist

If you know me at all, you know I’m a big Paul McCartney fan. If you follow the news at all, you’ve probably noticed Sir Paul’s upset a lot of fans (mostly on the Right) with a remark he made in Washington last week. To