In New York today, a crazed man from Uzbekistan drove into a pedestrian bike lane, killing 8 and injuring more. He continued to get out of his car armed with weapons, but was incapacitated by the police with a shot to the stomach. He's currently being treated before he can be questioned, but I really … Continue reading Media Lies Have Spread to the U.S.
Ever since Harvey Weinstein was revealed to be the cesspool that he was, we've slowly been watching Hollywood fall apart. The failing financial situation and lack of public appeal our entertainment industry was facing was a survivable model, so long as everyone bought into the false world that Hollywood built, in which they were all … Continue reading Why it’s Good That House of Cards Got Cancelled
In a strange abuse of power today, the ever-devolving social network, Twitter, banned political consultant and unofficial Trump adviser Roger Stone. Stone is no stranger to using his platform for controversy, and after a heated exchange between several CNN correspondents over the Russian probing situation that they made up yet still won’t let go, Stone … Continue reading Twitter Continues Power Trip by Banning Roger Stone
For those of you interested in the future of Bitcoin, whether because you own or invest in it, or you're just sucked into the spectacle of it's volatility, here's a must-read article that explains the upcoming split and what it means for your investments way better than I ever could. It covers Bitcoin Gold, why … Continue reading Important Information on Bitcoin
I covered the Vegas shooting extensively as I was both a Vegas local and I felt that the story has way more to it than the mainstream is letting on. The fact that every statement the police and Sheriff Lombardo put out has been proven false and the story keeps getting shadier, it's important to … Continue reading Interesting Video on the Vegas Shooter Story that Continues to Unfold
Producing a high quality web series might be the strangest thing I've done, and weirdly, some advice from a podcast I used to listen to has actually helped me through it. Burnie Burns, co-founder of the ultra-popular web company Rooster Teeth has always said that being part of a great film project or company feels … Continue reading Campus Heroes: First Day Wrapped
A couple of months ago, I wrote a piece explaining why I support Missouri Senate Candidate Austin Petersen and why you should too. I felt like the man was worthy of being president when he ran as a Libertarian, and I think he’s more than qualified to be one of the Missouri’s senators. While my … Continue reading Why You Should Still Support Austin Petersen For Missouri Senate
As I’ve done in the past, when there’s too many tasty stories in one day that I want to cover, instead of choosing just one, I’ll do a little reflection on each. Today was big both globally and nationally, in both politics and sports, so I figured I’d cover all the ones that stood out … Continue reading Overburdened: News Recap 10/21/17
Today I read multiple articles from mainstream outlets criticizing Trump after he Tweeted about the increased crime rate in the UK, and how he believes it's related to massive influx of Islamic migrants moving there. While the politically correct outlets rushed to hide this story and point out fallacy ridden reasons why Trump was wrong, … Continue reading An Interesting Analysis of Twitter
As I wrote in an earlier blog, I’m currently producing a web-series, and as we head towards our first day of shooting next week, the cost to run a high quality set continues to increase. Early on in the producing phase, my partner and I agreed that Patreon would be our best bet, as we … Continue reading Is Patreon an Effective Crowdsourcing Tool?