Amanda Knox was an unknown until her roommate got murdered while she was studying abroad. We talk about the documentary that recently came out on Netflix and then talk about our deepest, darkest obsessions. Listen here! Subscribe in RSS, Google Play … Continue reading Episode 35: It’s a Hard Knox Life
It’s getting rave reviews from critics so we decided to check out Atlanta, which is Donald Glover’s new show on FX. It’s about a lot of things but mostly about a rapper getting his start and the people who help him. … Continue reading Episode 33: Roadtrip to FX’s Atlanta
Here’s some new music from Wildcat! Wildcat!— a great L.A. band. We really enjoyed their last single “Mr. Quiche” so we’re happy to report that the trio’s latest release, “The Chief,” is equally sunny. Synths and sax, baby! Check it out: “Get up! Stand up! Get up! Stand up!” Indeed. Continue reading “The Chief”- Wildcat! Wildcat!
For those of you who know me, you know that I have a borderline obsessive affinity for the Caped Crusader. Whether it be the Bat symbols on my car, the countless number of t-shirts and apparel, or the permanent Bat-gear I sport on my upper right arm everyday. For those of you who don’t know me, allow me to introduce myself – my name is Patrick Dougherty, and for as long as I can remember, I’ve loved Batman. When I dig through a drawer and blow the dust off a photo from 20 years ago, I see myself playing with Batman … Continue reading The Dark Knight Rises
The following is from an anonymous contributor. Comment with your own opinions. The headline reads, “Obama Campaign, Democrats Raise $60 Million in May.” To quote PBS Newshour, “Republican National Committee announced later Thursday morning they raised more than $76.8 million in May. The release said the campaign and RNC have $107 million in the bank.” And people are without jobs, or underemployed, uninsured, essential services are being downsized, but – what the heck – let’s feed the monstrous political machine instead. Nowadays the political campaigning starts two years before the election. We have, in effect, only two parties, we are so entrenched … Continue reading Opinion: A Monumental Waste
Recently, Texas, under the watch of the bestest woman-hating Governor that ever did exist, began offering a license plate featuring the phrase “One State Under God.” Normally, I would chalk up this kind of blatant violation of separation of church and state to the backwards mentality of Texas in general, but after a quick image search on Google of “In God We Trust license plates”, I found that quite a few other states already offer this type of state-issued bumper sticker-type ideology. Kentucky, South Carolina, Oklahoma, Georgia, Indiana, Florida, and Virginia (among others) currently offer license plates with “In God … Continue reading License to Ill