If you haven't seen any of The Purge movies, I recommend watching them, especially if you're not from the US. The first one is none too important other than as a comparison, but the latter three hold some real importance of how we treat and see those on a lower socioeconomic ring. In particular, now. … Continue reading Yes, I Like The Purge Movies. Big Whoop. Want To Fight About It?
Something to ponder this Fourth of July. A long time ago, a bunch of rich people came to a country and started setting up camp. They made enemies with the people who already lived there, but the new folks didn't GAF so they went ahead and took out most of them. Soon, more people came … Continue reading Happy Fourth… Sort Of
These past few weeks have been crazy. I planned a vacation on top of about eight weeks worth of summer camp ideas. For the first time in a while, my brain has had a chance to relax. In other words, I've got nothing. My brain is sleeping. Maybe next week.
So a simple Google search will tell you that illegal immigration is illegal. A simple Google search will also tell you that it's technically a misdemeanor if it's your first time. Basically, it's like stealing a candy bar, trespassing and jaywalking (depending on your state), littering, or anything else that is, while illegal, not that … Continue reading I forgot to put a title the first time, but it’s about immigration
I'm sitting here, watching So You Think You Can Dance, eating a delicious bag of queso Ruffles, wondering what I should write. But I can't stop thinking about these amazing chips. If you've never tried queso Ruffles, they have a little kick to it. And anyone who doesn't know me, spicy and I don't quite … Continue reading Ruffle-osophy
This just in: the Supreme Court came to a decision about the man who didn't make a wedding cake for a gay couple. They all agreed that it infringed on first amendment rights... of the baker. In all honesty, I do not know how to feel on that. We can all agree (at least I … Continue reading The Fine Line of the First Amendment
The other night I finally watched Pitch Perfect 2. I had seen the first half and really wanted to find out if the whole John Mayer/Tina Turner thing was "true." I never did. Long story short, PP2 introduced me to Penn Masala and Filharmonic. Both beautiful a cappella groups that were famous long before the … Continue reading The Bandwagon Train