Monthly Archives: July 2013

15 Things I Learned from the “G. I. Joe: The Movie” Commentary Track

Even at age 9, I didn’t know quite what to make of G. I. Joe: The Movie. It seemed at the time like I had been a G. I. Joe fan all my life, but the truth was that I was … Continue reading

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Would-Be Robot Overlords Suffer Setback

I’ve recently become a contributor for a website called A New Voice.  It’s a commentary site with its focus on pop culture and politics (especially the intersection of the two), with a right-of-center point of view and an additional goal of … Continue reading

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NCAA Football without the “NCAA”

NCAA Football, long a staple of the EA Sports gaming line-up, will cease to exist after the current version—a least under that name. The NCAA announced yesterday that it would not renew its long-standing licensing deal with Electronic Arts.  An agreement … Continue reading

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A Money in the Bank Preview? Why Not?

In many respects, Money in the Bank is the most compelling pay-per-view the WWE has. Of course, no one questions that WrestleMania is the premier event.  But whereas ‘Mania is largely a “state of the union”-type show that tells us where … Continue reading

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