Monthly Archives: March 2013

Robert Franklin’s Philosophy, Episode 1: The Grandfather Paradox and Time Travel

So, in the spirit of starting a bunch of series’ on this blog, in which I’m probably not going to post the next installment anytime soon, I bring you Robert Franklin’s Philosophy, explaining the wonderful, complicated, bat-shit thinking of a … Continue reading

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The Ides of March

Some of you may know — while others may not — that March is a hard month for me. While there have been many isolated incidents that have made March a less-than-stellar period of the year, there are two incidents … Continue reading

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Quick Fix: Skrillex

For starters, let me point out that I am not against electronic music. I happen to like a lot of it. Of course, as with my standards with nearly every other genre of music (save for polka), it has to … Continue reading

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Ask Robbie: An Advice Column

Today marks the inaugural entry into a sporadically updated segment called “Ask Robbie”. It’s like Dear Abby or Ask Ashley, only better. Today’s query: Dear Robbie, Yesterday as I was walking down the street, I was confronted by the police … Continue reading

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Classic Gaming: Final Fantasy IV

Thanks to the advancements in technology (that I am both for and against), my cell phone has one of the greatest emulators of all time on it: Visual Boy Advance. After downloading this amazing program, I went on a ROM … Continue reading

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7 Reasons Why “Spring Breakers” Will Be One of the Best Films of the Year

A couple of days ago, one of the most talked about films of the last few months debuted in theaters across the world. Based on the information I read, it’s well on it’s way to becoming the top-film at the … Continue reading

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By the Numbers: Weed and Facebook

As many of you know, and as I’m sure many of you have assumed, I’m a supporter of cannabis legalization. The fact that it’s illegal is bothersome to me, especially since the act that effectively prohibited the distribution and possession … Continue reading

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In Their Own Words: The Biggest Brand Failures of All-Time, part 2: Domino’s Pizza

Today’s entry is brought to you by Junior Writer Thomas LaSordo. In an attempt to one-up his fellow junior writer’s, he sought out Noid, a former Domino’s Pizza mascot, and pushed him to tell the story of his time at … Continue reading

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7 Covers of Iconic Songs (That are Better than the Original)

Disclaimer: This is an opinion column. I’m not preaching gospel here. Don’t attack me for some of the things I say in this post. Comprende? 1. “Immigrant Song” The original. In the words of many, a brilliant opening track to … Continue reading

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The Greatest Holiday Ever… Ever.

“The myriad of flavors explode on my tongue, shimmy through my mouth, slap my taste buds and call them filthy bastards, and I love it.” — Stacey Jay, Romeo Redeemed “For sure, even the worst blowjob is better than, say, … Continue reading

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