Monthly Archives: May 2017

Review of “Don’t Kill It”

* D In don’t kill it, Dolph “He Man” Lundgren plays demon hunter Jebediah Woodley, who is tracking a demon that cannot be killed. As soon as someone kills the body it is possessing, it transfers into the killer. This … Continue reading

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More Google Search Bias?

Heat Street has published an article entitled “Does Google Have a Liberal Bias? Search Results for Roger Ailes“. Lets see what the top nine results look like on both Google and Duck Duck Go: Google Duck Duck Go Roger Ailes … Continue reading

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Why do We Watch Sequels?

Film studios make sequels because, when an audience loved an original, they are more likely to cough up cash to watch a sequel to it. The studios’ actions make complete sense. But given how bad almost every sequel is, why … Continue reading

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Review of “Guardians of the Galaxy 2”

* * * B I loved the original Guardians, so I eagerly anticipated seeing the sequel. It is a very good sequel. This film focuses on the origins of Peter Quill (Chris Pratt). After an initial fight, the action moves … Continue reading

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An Ethical Rebuttal of Libertarianism?

The article “Why I left libertarianism: An ethical critique of a limited ideology” contains what the author,  Will Moyer, specifically calls an ethical rebuttal of the philosophy. I recommend reading the whole article. I’m going to examine only his rebuttal. … Continue reading

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Review of “Edge of Tomorrow” (rewatch/spoilers)

* * * * A I saw the Tom Cruise/Emily Blunt science fiction film “Edge of Tomorrow” when it was in theaters and really liked it. Rewatching it, it stood up well. I had forgotten a lot of it. Bill … Continue reading

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Marvel Sales Chart – The Last 8 Months

I generated the following graph of copies sold for Marvel’s top selling books over the last eight months. Note that months where two issues were sold, I took the average. Civil War II, their top seller, ended at the end … Continue reading

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