There is a saying in that doing a job is no problem, but getting a job is the really hard part.
Continue reading “Why job interviews have to go.”
Today, you can’t move for comic book adaptations but pre-X-Men in 2000 it was a different story.
Imagine then what it was like 20+ years before that!
Continue reading “Appreciating The Amazing Spider-Man (1977)”
I’ve seen this a lot on social media and just in general chit chat in fact. There will be an article about someone who has fallen on hard times or who maybe has a problem which has caused it and without a doubt the comments will be full of people saying” Well, I’ve no sympathy for them becasue….”.
This is one of our major social issues.
Continue reading ““I’ve no sympathy” – Cry of the insecure”
Passion in politics is great. It drives us and it makes us want to convince others of our point, but there is a limit to how much you can ram down people’s throats.
Continue reading “Socio-political hammering. Stop it!”
Two articles on the same ancient game in the space of a year?
That’s just how I roll!
Continue reading “Defending Final Fight SNES”
You see it all the time. A friend will say “Oh I’m so evil!” or they’ll post some meme on Facebook which is edgy and say “So me!” and it’s done with a hint of seriousness too.
Continue reading “You’re not evil. You’re average!”
You hear this argument all the time and it’s ridiculous.
If Crime A is committed then there is a harsh punishment but if Crime B is committed there is not. Both have severely detrimental effects.
Now when calls for Crime B to be more punishable the cry is usually “But crime A happens more often”. So what? If burglary happens more than car theft does that mean car theft should go unpunished?
Continue reading “Crime A vs Crime B”