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#GamerGate is difficult to write about

This has been a very frustrating summer. Personally it was frustrating but my personal frustrations are quaint in comparison to the frustrations around the world.


Ghostbusters 30

It is the 30th anniversary of Ghostbusters. Like many theatres across North America, my local theatre decided to run it for today to celebrate the milestone.


I’m done with comic book movies

There’s a common complaint about movies in Hollywood these days, specifically of the summer blockbuster variety.


Essential Reading on the ISIS conflict

If there’s one thing I wish I knew more about these days, it’s what is going on in the Middle East, specifically Iraq, involving ISIS.


One vote in the 2014 Ontario Election is not enough

Yesterday on Facebook I said that I wouldn’t tell people to vote in the 2014 Ontario Election. It was up to them.


I Can Walk Alone #YesAllWomen

I don’t smoke. I still have stress and anxiety but I don’t smoke. I come from a household of smokers and all of them look to light up when things are getting stressful for them.


Boston is not racist

One day after the Montreal Canadiens win against the Boston Bruins in game one of their Eastern Conference quarter final, the talk of many news outlets was the Twitter comments by


Things I don’t shut up about: “That’s just, like, your opinion, man”

I’m an opinionated person. I’m not going to say I haven’t been annoying about it in the past. I’m sure I have been many times. Butting in how I feel about something.


Why Bradley Cooper shouldn’t be Indiana Jones

There’s a current rumour skittering across the floor of the Internet like a mutated roach that Bradley Cooper could be a potential replacement for Harrison Ford in a fifth Indiana


On Fred Phelps, Pure Evil and Empathy

It’s rare for a death to be celebrated by so many, but when in your life you’ve spent much of it celebrating the death of people you never met? It isn’t surprising for the same to