With this new wave of hatred and discrimination against women, minorities and the LGBTQIA community, I’m turning into a very vocal dissenter and advocate of human and civil rights. It is a quest I don’t take lightly because it affects me and my liberties as a citizen but it results in heated arguments and pointless […]
Tag: Nerd Stuff
It has been 10 months already since we started to foster Zach and although there is a very strong sense that he will not be able to stay with us forever, we are enjoying the possibility of hosting him indefinitely. With the new house almost finished, we hope to move before the middle of October […]
This movie felt like D.A.R.Y.L. and the Bourne Identity’s baby. A genetically engineered biological AI is developed and trained to prove that a machine can be taught to act human to give it an edge. A cold and calculated risk manager (played by Kate Mara) is sent to determine if Morgan, model L9, is not […]
This movie is a wonderful work of cinematic art that is difficult to review without spoiling the ending. In essence, it is the story of an origami folding, guitar wielding, magical boy whose only pleasure in life is to listen to his mother’s bedtime stories about a legendary warrior that fought the Moon King and […]
The cartridge doesn’t work, The Legend of Zelda sleeps, We blow and play now. …………………………… Ryu hits Ken very hard, Time runs out and the game ends, Victory is mine! ……………………………… The Princess trapped In a big mushroom castle, Saved by Mario. ……………………………… We wait for ambush, No player came our way, We celebrate! ………………………………. […]
My Bucket List: Update!
I published a bucket list a while back in the hopes to track down high level goals but I noticed some of the inner milestones to check each item are missing. Walking Wrigley Field is a part of going to all the MLB parks yet I wouldn’t be giving myself credit for this milestone. On […]
Catching Up With The Windy City
The last time I went to Chicago was to celebrate my 30th birthday. Yay! This very important milestone required four star treatment so my husband booked us a room at the famous Drake hotel (referenced in the original Tom Cruise Mission Impossible movie), and I got courtside seats (well row 8) to a Chicago Bulls vs. […]
Broken hearted you cry, Releasing the anger through your tears, Vowing to move on, To stay strong, To fight and live another day. It happens naturally, Regaining your composure, Becoming a new person, reborn, with no need to wallow on the pain, Once bitten, twice shy, But with the acumen to win when, not if, […]
10 Reasons to Move Now
The loyalty of the Millennials has been questioned because according to studies and polls, these “kids” switch jobs every 2 to 3 years and don’t believe in the corporations. Who wouldn’t with the constant threat of layoffs and dwindling pension and benefit packages? Baffling as it may sound, this generational group does not run at […]
George R. R. Martin promised the readers that by the end of the books you would be in the middle of a war torn decimated land full of tombstones. It comes as no surprise that as season six winds down, the kill-o-meter is going haywire. Early on I realized that falling in love with a […]
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