In December 1843 Charles Dickens wrote his most beloved story, “A Christmas Carol”. It has been immortalized in numerous films both on the large and small screen. “A Christmas Carol” is probably the most often filmed story in the history of cinema. Not all versions of this classic deserve a second viewing. We all have our favorite version. Hopefully I can show you a new version that you may not know about.
As Star Trek’s 50th anniversary year comes to a close, I took a fresh look at The Original Series and its episodes. I have developed a ratings scale to rate […]
The only fact we know is that we don’t know how many LGBT people there are in the United States.
In 1999 the hottest cell phone was the Motorola StarTAC. It was one of the earliest flip phones on the market. All the cool kids wanted one of these behemoths. […]
I’ve often been asked if I worry about things on my blog being taken the wrong way at work. Does blogging affect my chances at landing a prime job? Do I care?
And by God, I have had this Congress!… this Congress refuses to grant ANY of my proposals on independence, even so much as the courtesy of open debate! Good God, […]
About 10 years ago there was a major push to change the letters from GLBT to LGBT.
Who wants to hang out with a depressed person? Who gets sick of the moaning, the frowning, and the depressing minutia of life?
Brides on TLC’s Say Yes to the Dress often bring their favorite gay guy to help them shop for wedding dresses. Why do these brides think that a gay guy is necessary?