Category Archives: Critic’s Corner

This is an area where I can conduct critiques of popular culture, music, film and the arts while being respectful of all rights inherent in intellectual property under the DMCA, the copyright, trademark and patent acts and providing attribution or symbols notifying the reader that the work is copyrighted, trademarked, patented or is trade or business secret. And anyone going beyond “Fair Use” will be liquidated.

The Laundromat

The half-broken neon announced the laundromat in the shitty, forgotten small town. The parking lot was reprehensible frozen slush and mud. Some once-proud upstate New York Village. Former home of industrial prosperity, its grand homes now stood decaying like the … Continue reading

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Greatest Skaters of all Time: Ludmila Belousova and Oleg Protopopov

RIP Ludmila Belousova. Beauty and perfection on ice. Poise, class, precision and pride at all times. The Protopopovs. Clearly the greatest skaters of all time. There is no debate or counter argument. Water is wet. The sun shines. I’ve seen … Continue reading

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The true story of the domestication of cats and dogs

I am a scientist. You heard me people. Scientist 🔬. I just had my thesis posted in October 2017, so yes, scientist 👨‍🔬 . So bugger right off then if you can’t handle the truth. My father was a paleontologist and an … Continue reading

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Underrated Movies

I declare these movies great and I don’t give a radical 🐀 rat’s ass what other critics think 🤔. Go eat shitty 💩 blast if you disagree with me. I literally don’t give a flying f@&k about your stupid limp opinions. FAMOUS … Continue reading

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May I Introduce my International Readers to Gwendolyn Brooks and Black Americana

You don’t have to be black or be hyper-political to appreciate great Black American Literature. I don’t write the term African-American because it doesn’t sound correct when I discuss that genre of literature which I have always known as Black … Continue reading

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Movie bad guys for whom you feel sorry

HAL 9000 from ‘2001 a Space Odyssey’: ‘Stop Dave, my mind is going, I can feel it.’ HAL is a computer 💻 but designed with a little bit of human in his hardware. HAL is a sociopath. He does have feelings, … Continue reading

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Dateline: January 6, 1948 Botendaddy Cornered at the 32nd Annual Farm Show

January 6, 1948 322 East Caracas Boulevard, Harrisburg, PA: Nerve Center of the Pa Department of Agriculture  F. Pearson Luzerne, Secretary, PA Department of Agriculture rises to address the special PADA Anti-Communist Subversion Task Force PAACSSF (aka Pack-Stiff). “We have … Continue reading

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