True Crime Garage (Podcast)

Power tools, air conditioning, and podcasts; these are a few of my tech age favorite things. Before the iPod craze, I would rely on the radio and whatever came up to pass the time as I did jobs around the house. Buying and downloading music was a hassle but it was the only way to... Continue Reading →

The Goal by Eliyahu M Goldblatt

Operations management experts agree that to run a manufacturing production effort effectively you must understand how the products are designed and built to spot bottlenecks and flow issues. What sometimes we fail to see is that the metrics used to track and claim success are incorrect. If we focus on one dimension of the production... Continue Reading →

Accused: The Unsolved Murder of Elizabeth Andes (Podcast)

Two trials. Two acquittals. No new leads, suspects or witnesses. The Andes family, Beth's friends, and Bob Young, the boyfriend everyone was convinced was responsible for her demise are still waiting for a conviction and/or answers after 40 years. Reporters Amber Hunt and Amanda Rossmann from the Cincinnati Enquirer investigate the unsolved murder of the beautiful... Continue Reading →

Disappeared (Investigation Discovery)

There are a lot of shows out there on true crime but none will leave you as distraught and thirsty for answers as Disappeared. With reenactments and interviews from the loved ones of the missing, this show attempts to keep on the public eye the mysterious disappearances of people of all ages around the United... Continue Reading →

Get Out (2017 Movie)

It is hard to describe Jordan Peele's directorial debut as anything other than a very very dark comedy. For a comedian that stared in roles on Mad TV and Comedy Central's Key and Peele, this entire plot line was a refreshingly unexpected since it turned out to be a sci-fi mystery thriller masterpiece for the... Continue Reading →

Overcooked (Switch)

I got introduced to this game during my sister's five day stint at a local hospital. She had asked my husband to get her a Switch during the Black Friday sales as a gift to herself for successfully Adulting as a TSA agent. Little did she know that it would help distract her in between... Continue Reading →

Las Chicas del Cable (Netflix)

En un intento por globalizar el contenido original de Netflix, la compañía se ha alineado con varios productores de Europa para traer historias en otros idiomas. De España, han comisionado la serie Cable Girls o Las Chicas del Cable que trata la vida de las telefonistas antes de que el rotativo fuera inventado y patentizado,... Continue Reading →

Thirteen Reasons Why (Netflix)

After reading and reviewing the book by Jay Asher, I thought the filmed for TV adaptation was going to be a tough act to perform. My doubt level was high and it had nothing to do with the fact that Selena Gomez was a producer; the story is about a teenager's successful suicide attempt and... Continue Reading →

Empire (Season 3)

Ufff! What a way to start what promises to be the best season of Empire so far. You have to give it to the Lyons family for turning up the crazy value all to 11. Even grandma is in on this insane rollercoaster ride. The first 10 minutes of episode one will leave you speechless.... Continue Reading →

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