Can you hear it? can you see it? Can you hear me calling out to you? I’m not so invisible aren’t I? A thousand miles’ a light year, chasing endless dreams all vapor. Where you at, where I am, is it impossible? If I take a leap of faith, and chase you farther than my…… Continue reading A leap of faith
Becoming a kpop idol has rapidly become a huge deal among most young kpop fans from around the world. As a result of this, questions keep popping out in forums from all over as young aspirants constantly search the internet for the littlest bit of light at the end of the tunnel to give them…… Continue reading How possible is it to become a black (or foreign) Kpop idol?
Mass Effect has some of the most memorable sci-fi visuals in gaming. Next year, you can soak in the aliens, technology, and environments of the trilogy with a new iteration of an art book showcasing the series’ iconic designs. The book is an expanded version of The Art of the Mass Effect Universe, which released in 2012. As reported…… Continue reading Mass effect art book getting expanded and released again
The story opens with Japan on the brink of war. A small group of samurai has gathered on a Tsushima beachhead to repel an invading Mongol force led by Khotun Khan, a fictional descendant of Genghis and Kublai Khan. While the Mongols attacked Japan on multiple occasions, Ghost of Tsushima liberally combines various historical and cultural artifacts…… Continue reading A Gamer’s review of the Ghost of Tsushima
When I first started this blog I made the decision that I wouldn’t get political because I didn’t want to isolate any of my readers, however, with the current frenzy less pandemic going on, social media has seen a good-sized amount of stupidity openly displayed in a bid to appear “pro-liberal” and “politically correct”. I’ve…… Continue reading “Defund the police and put funds into black communities!” Jane Fonda