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Every year over 130,000 self-proclaimed geeks from all over the country pack into the San Diego Convention Center to celebrate comic books, video games, and other “nerdy” expressions of popular culture. But as they arrive at Comic Con, attendees must … Continue reading
I will be moving my blog from Blogger to WordPress. Until then, visit my old blog at http://www.videoutintellectum.blogspot.com/ UPDATED: All my old blog posts are now available here. Feel free to browse through the archives and comment on old posts.
I haven’t had much time for blogging lately. I’ve been busy applying for jobs. To that end I have created a website with my professional and personal info as well as samples of my philosophical, religious, and film writings. Feel … Continue reading
In the past three and a half months since I started this blog, I’ve written 50 posts and had over 1,000 page visits. Thanks for your support! The observant among you will have noticed that my profile says I “almost” … Continue reading
Yesterday I lamented that I can’t get out to the movie theater with my newborn baby. Here’s why it’s all worth it…
I’m moving this weekend from a town named after a theological entity to a town named after a bishop. I hope to be back on the blog next week.
Thanks to our friend Dan Schultz who brought over a great bottle of wine last night to celebrate our imminent move up north. Read about the 2002 Duckhorn Cabernet and be jealous. It’s currently selling online for up to $100/bottle! … Continue reading