Pop Culture Blind Spots – Marvel Universe and Game of Thrones Edition

The past few weeks have been rough for a guy who cherishes his encyclopedic knowledge of pop culture. I believe I am veritable wasteland of useless knowledge and pithy opinions on music, movies, and television. I am a 46 year-old man but I got up early on Tuesday to take a look at the latestContinue reading “Pop Culture Blind Spots – Marvel Universe and Game of Thrones Edition”

Oct. 11, 1975 – Oct. 24, 2006 – Generation X

I am a member of Generation X. I am the core demographic os Generation X. I was born in January of 1973 which, by generational standards places me at exactly the half-way point of Gen X. And while there are overlaps in all generations there is no doubt where I am. My favorite bands areContinue reading “Oct. 11, 1975 – Oct. 24, 2006 – Generation X”

Day Four – #SeptVinylChallenge – Four Album Titles that Describe Me

This was a tough assignment. While finding four albums that describe you can be an easy task (fine four albums your love and Viola! You have the post) but in this case it was four album titles that best describe you. That is a bit harder. So I dug deep, did some real thinking, andContinue reading “Day Four – #SeptVinylChallenge – Four Album Titles that Describe Me”

Day Three – #SeptVinylChallenge – An Album Given to me because I collect

I was born in 1973. The day I was born the biggest album in the United States and the world was Carol King's Tapestry. It was a singer songwriter album of sorts and is still considered one of the great folk/singer-songwriter album of all-time. The album is anchored by such mega-hits as I Feel theContinue reading “Day Three – #SeptVinylChallenge – An Album Given to me because I collect”

Tired of Celebrity Deaths? Don’t Blame 2016.

Look, no doubt about it, 2016 was the worst. The election was a drag, the Olympics were meh, and in general it seemed that live was a little edgier. And then there were the celebrity deaths. Starting with David Bowie in January it was everywhere from music to movies to athletes – it seemed everyContinue reading “Tired of Celebrity Deaths? Don’t Blame 2016.”

Monday Musing – A More Ethical Campus

What does it take to make a more ethical campus? What does it mean to have a more ethical campus? What elements must we have, what culture must we extend to have a more ethical campus? The answer may be in the work of Architect and Zoo Director Dr. David Hancocks. In his 2002 book;Continue reading “Monday Musing – A More Ethical Campus”