Joker is Haunting Social Commentary on the Various Causes of Mass Violence

Great familiarity with The Joker character of DC Comics and particularly Batman canon in my generation means knowing that the actors who played him on the big screen were changed by it. Jack Nicholson’s portrayal in 1990’s Batman led him to speak to Heath Ledger about the psychological toll that it took; Ledger’s turn, ofContinue reading “Joker is Haunting Social Commentary on the Various Causes of Mass Violence”

Prove It Saturday: Week 6 College Football Preview

Last week, I read an article about things that best describe extroverted-introverts like me and it perfectly fits the theme of my weekend. After 9 weeks of the #2 most stressful “adulting” activity (moving), my brain is about to explode from over-stimulation. I am, thus, taking a “me” day to prepare myself for the finalsContinue reading “Prove It Saturday: Week 6 College Football Preview”

An Ode to My First Man Cave

Watching sports is a big deal at my house. I’ve been an avid sports viewer since right around the spring and summer of 1992, when Christian Laettner’s shot and the Dream Team happened within months of each other. When we moved into the house I am currently sitting in for the final night, the firstContinue reading “An Ode to My First Man Cave”

LSU’s Offense Steps Out of the Dark Ages and Into Prime-time

Listen to the podcast HERE Welcome, college football fans. At this point in the season, it gets no better than a big non-conference game between teams ranked in the Top 10 that lives up to the hype. On this efficient 18-minute podcast, I commentate on the coaching narratives, including Tom Herman’s aggressiveness perhaps getting theContinue reading “LSU’s Offense Steps Out of the Dark Ages and Into Prime-time”

Which Teams Could Break Parity in College Football Out of Purgatory?

These four teams have the best shot to break the Clemson-Alabama stranglehold on the national championship of college football