In Memorium: What is there even to say about Alex Trebek?

Later last year, I wrote an appreciation post about Alex Trebek, a few months after his cancer diagnosis, trying to articulate just what’s so great about him. Something about seeing this affable, intelligent man on television every single day made him a fixture in everyday life. In that post, I likened hearing the news about… Continue reading In Memorium: What is there even to say about Alex Trebek?

Disney’s New Strategy and the Future of Theaters

This past week, Disney CEO Bob Chapek announced that they are planning to produce more content for their streaming services, moving the emphasis away from in-person media experiences – namely, movie theaters. And it certainly makes sense – with the Coronavirus pandemic still limiting the number of willing moviegoers in the United States and other… Continue reading Disney’s New Strategy and the Future of Theaters

The Roadmap for Satirizing Politicians

After last week started with Trump’s tax returns getting released and his former campaign manager being put under a psychiatric hold, ended with him contracting coronavirus, and also had what many called “the worst presidential debate of all time” in between, it left me saying one thing: “Boy, at least this gives a nice little… Continue reading The Roadmap for Satirizing Politicians

The Definitive Review of the Internet’s Favorite Fried Rice Videos

Sometimes, I write posts with the intent that maybe people will definitely read, and draw the interest of passing readers, garnering clicks for this blog. Sometimes, I write posts with the knowledge that I have something important to say, and I must say it. This is not one of those posts. Today, I will be… Continue reading The Definitive Review of the Internet’s Favorite Fried Rice Videos