10 Things That Make Me Happy

Recently I was nominated by Luna to do this blogging challenge about 10 Things That Make Me Happy. Let's just get right into it. Video Games Yeah, a pretty obvious thing to put here. I played Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy Kong's Quest at my cousin's house when I was four, I asked my parents to get me a... Continue Reading →


WWE 30 Day “Challenge” Final|26-30

26. Favorite Wrestlemania: Wrestlemania 24 "I'm sorry, I love you." is one of the most emotional scenes in any wrestling match I've ever seen. This one takes the cake of being my favorite because it was the first one I ever saw on PPV. The Money in the Bank match, Michaels vs Flair match, and... Continue Reading →

WWE 30 Day “Challenge” #5|21-25

21. Favorite Current Raw Female Wrestler: ??? I honestly don't who to pick for this one. I guess Alexa Bliss.   22. WWE Dream Match: CM Punk vs Stone Cold Steve Austin This really shouldn't need to be explained the title kind of says it all. Two huge stars that hated their boss (one of... Continue Reading →

WWE 30 Day “Challenge” #4|16-20

16. Most Underrated Wrestler: Bray Wyatt The real answer to this is Sami Zayn, but for the sake of diversity, I'm giving this to The Eater of Worlds, Bray Wyatt. Wyatt plays this weird backwoods cult leader with somewhat of a God complex who was made into what he his from his deceased sister Abigail, and... Continue Reading →

WWE 30 Day “Challenge”|1-5

My relationship with wrestling is kinda odd. I fell in love with it back in 2003 when my first ever match I ever saw was Brock Lesnar facing off against the Big Show in a one on one match, which ended in a no contest when Lesnar suplexed Big Show off the turnbuckle and collapsed... Continue Reading →

My Most Anticipated Games From E3 2017

Another E3 has come and gone and all the big publishers have announced their up and coming games. For this post, I will talk about the game I am the most excited for from each publisher. EA: A Way Out EA's conference was filled with sports, car games, Battlefield, and Star Wars. So pretty much just... Continue Reading →

Video Games and “Fun”

The whole stigma that video games need to focus on what is conventionally considered "fun" is a closed-minded way of thinking about the media as a whole and hinders games that take a more nontraditional approach. Now, that is not to say that all games need to push the boundaries in new and artistic ways, far from... Continue Reading →

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