Tragedy

The tragedy in Colorado last Friday was another dark moment in our history. Some psychopath decided to take his bloodthirsty anger on a crowd of people who were just there to watch a movie. People can debate until they are blue in the face about the rationale behind the so-called “Batman Massacre.” Almost immediately, liberals…
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Breaking Good

Last night was the premiere of season five of “Breaking Bad,” and also when season four became available on Netflix streaming. I love this show. It is not too often when a show is well written, complex and challenges the viewer’s own beliefs. I mean, the main protagonist, Walter White, is a sociopathic meth cook…
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Facebook: What Happened?

It seems like the social media website Facebook has turned from a place to keep up to date with family and friends to some dark water sponge of reposting pictures with quirky slogans. I first started my account when I was a section editor for my college newspaper. It was just easier to keep tabs…
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R. Kelly, King Of The Crazies

R. Kelly is many things. Talented, innovative and most of all insane. I won’t delve into all the incredibly jaw-dropping antics in his life, but I will point out a few I find just amazing. First, his straight to DVD musical opus, “Trapped in the Closet.” For those not familiar, the premise is Kelly is…
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In The Flesh

I had never seen anything like it. It was hands down the greatest concert I ever saw. There Gina and I were, floor tickets at the Xcel Energy Center to see Roger Waters perform Pink Floyd’s classic 1979 album, “The Wall” in its entirety. I have seen Waters before. Twice actually. First time was cool.…
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