Coming of age with Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

John Hughes made this film in 1986, nine years before I was born. That’s correct, this is the unsought entry of a twenty five year old with no real credit to analyze Hughes at all as it was written while drinking Dr. Pepper and listening to “LoFi beats to Chill and Study to”. But besidesContinue reading “Coming of age with Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”

Ranking and Examining the Verses on Young Money’s “Bed Rock”

The above music video, directed by Dayo and Lil Wayne, is one that often comes to mind when recalling cultural formula of the late 2000’s era. The song itself was released as the second single on Young Money’s debut album, We Are Young Money. The catchy, bouncy instrumental produced by Kane Beatz is rapped overContinue reading “Ranking and Examining the Verses on Young Money’s “Bed Rock””

Tennis Balls, for tennis and a whole lot more.

Friday, April 3rd, 2020 Last week, sporting good experts provided a small sample sized survey. It examined the overall familiarity with the classic, yellow tennis ball. The survey showed that 100% of the participants claimed that they were familiar with the tennis ball one way or another. This was a sweeping unanimous result, not oneContinue reading “Tennis Balls, for tennis and a whole lot more.”

Week 50 Holiday Power Rankings

December 10th, 2019 | As the new decade approaches, everyone scrambles for the top spot and increased observance going into 2020. 10. Groundhog Day (February 2nd): Not much to say here. Neighboring Super Bowl Sunday doesn’t help when all you have to offer is a woodchuck (aka groundhog, they are the same). 9. Groundhog DayContinue reading “Week 50 Holiday Power Rankings”