Monthly Archives: April, 2017

‘Fate of the Furious’ owns box office again with over $1 billion

Even with plenty of new films opening, "The Fate of the Furious" continues its reign for a third week at the top of the box office charts.

Heroes and Zeros: Heineken vs Ebony Magazine

This week, in the winning spot is a beer company leading the way in the quest to unite the world. The loser is a magazine that tried to get over on its freelance writers.

Will High-Tech Sex Robots Cause Psychoses?

'Sex' lives for men are about to change according to a recent article written at The Guardian. Jenny Kleemna wrote on April 27th that a robot named Harmony "is the front-runner in the race

Donald Trump hasn’t converted any new Republicans yet

I’ve been mum on Trump lately because honestly, I had to take a break from the madness. Life is hard enough without having to face the reality that a man-child

Marvel brings a great surprise to ‘Cloak and Dagger’

Out of nowhere, Marvel and ABC Freeform surprised fans by releasing the Cloak and Dagger trailer. The trailer does reveal a few things about the show such as tidbits about their lives, how they meet

Marshawn Lynch excited over new Raiders life

It’s official: running back Marshawn Lynch is a member of the Oakland Raiders. The Raiders acquired the right to the retired back and a 2018 sixth-round draft pick from the Seattle Seahawks in exchange for a 2018 fifth-round pick.

Dean Winchester and the Terrible Horrible No Good Very Bad Day – aka ‘The Future’

I felt a little like Dean Winchester after this Supernatural episode. It was written by two writers whose writing I like and respect very much

Hail Hydra! The Revisionist History of Writer Nick Spencer

History does or could get revised as more and more info, fact or accepted alternatives gets published every day. Marvel’s been throwing us much of it lately. In comics, the same thing is happening with Captain America.

Connor McDavid, Russell Westbrook – MVP Candidates in Different Contexts

Connor McDavid's 2017 NHL playoffs haven't been as productive as his regular season yet. The Art Ross Trophy winner had 100 points in 82 games to lead the league with a 1.22 points-per-game average

2017 NFL Draft: Top 5 picks pull in major reactions

First Reactions to the Top 5 Picks in the 2017 NFL Draft

Eric Weddle makes some big Ravens claims

Eric Weddle Claims the 2017 Ravens are the ‘Strongest’ in Team History

Fact checking Donald Trump’s tax plan claims

It goes without saying that the one person who will benefit 'big league' from Donald Trump's tax plan is Donald Trump. He's been boasting that his one-page plan will overhaul and fix the U.S. tax code

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