Category Archives: Opinion
“Star Trek: Into Darkness” opens right in the middle of an Enterprise mission. As you would expect, the simple mission (save a primitive planet from total destruction) is not going according to plan. Spock (Zachary Quinto) is stuck in a volcano and Captain Kirk (Chris Pine) is stuck with the decision to leave his first officer or break protocol. You can guess which one he opts for.
It’s a fitting opening for this action-packed film.
In the second installment of the revamped series, the Enterprise crew is after the superhuman terrorist Khan (Benedict Cumberbatch), who, it turns out, is a rogue pawn in a much larger scheme.
If you haven’t already heard about the GIF debate, then you probably don’t know what a GIF is. Or at least you don’t know that it’s called a GIF. Read the rest of this entry
Are you constantly rushing through your morning routine? Do you find yourself having to choose between oral hygiene and coffee? Are your teeth paying the price?
Well, assuming you answer yes to any of those statements (although let’s face it, I’m going to continue whether you said yes or not), have I got some good news for you. Read the rest of this entry
With the latest installment of Star Trek now in theaters it’s time to start up the age old debate—Star Trek or Star Wars?
It’s an even trickier topic since it was announced that J.J. Abrams, the director of the Star Trek series, will be taking the helm for the next chapter of the Star Wars saga. Read the rest of this entry
There seems to be a proud tradition in our modern age to publicly analyze (and ultimately criticize) the current “whippersnappers.” Millennials, our time has come.
True, worrying (let’s call it that) about what the next round of adults was a pastime long before the advent of the Internet or even the news media, but Facebook, Twitter, et al., have expanded the conversation and it’s time to stop this nonsense.
Call us what you will: narcissistic, lazy, selfish, entitled. The fact of the matter is, you—the ones passing out these generalized labels—created us.