The week between Christmas and New Years is a time of weird, unspoken traditions: returning unwanted gifts, throwing out near-dead trees, stockpiling eggnog before it vanishes for another year. And for some of us, it's a time to go on the internet debate the quality of the latest yuletide adventure of that charming…
On alternate Sundays, The New York Times runs a comic strip called See Something, Say Something, which regularly tackles controversial topics. This week, it talked about the backlash against #yesallwomen. And the Times refused to run it.
This is probably why my favorite Doctor Who story of the past season was Hide: one of the few episodes where the fate of the world wasn't at stake. I think it makes a good contrast with the preceding episode, Cold War, which is a good example of shoehorning Epic into a narrative that doesn't need it: The Doctor and…
At this point, Beatles documentaries are like Beatles tribute bands: there are so many of them out there, all drawing from the same finite amount of material, that you almost have to wonder why someone would bother making another one. Aside from the fact that people never seem to get tired of either.
"Send in the next applicant."
It's amazing that even after all this time, Republicans still think the problem is "messaging," as if their ideas are inherently, objectively perfect, and the problem is just that they haven't explained to all of us stupid rubes just how brilliant those ideas are.
Once, long ago, I was one of those 16 year old Blockbuster clerks. And boy, do I have stories.
I was one of those 16 year old clerks. And boy, do I have stories.
Here's the thing: video games don't need to be political. While games can be used to tell a story or advance a message, they can also be completely viable when they have no story or message at all. This is a pretty unique thing among fictional mediums. A game can be completely free of politics and still be considered…
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