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Hello everyone, and welcome to the third installment of Brain Food At The Movies, wherein I talk about Star Trek – Into Darkness!
It’s easily one of the most shallow, pandering, lazy pieces of writing slapped on screen that I’ve ever seen, and includes an unfortunate amount of whitewashing in replacing the character of Khan with a white guy, Super Benederp Cucumbatch, when he had been Indian in the original series.
Hello everyone and welcome to episode 28 of Brain Food, wherein I review Amaya Radjani’s newest book, Tainted!
Here it is on youtube!
And here it is on Blip.TV!
And now that you’ve finished watching the video, go to Middle Child Press to review their entire library and order it!
Hello everyone and welcome to episode 22 of Brain Food, where I review the most excellent, funny, and insightful book How To Be Black by Baratunde Thurston.
And since I’ve heard that some of my friends have a hard time viewing this on Blip, I’ve also uploaded this to youtube!
Hello everyone, and weclcome to the 20th episode of Brain Food, wherein I review the comic book La Brujeira!
It feels good to have done as much as I have, and I am happy for those who watch this series. I like to believe that in doing this series, it helps to make me a better person and that I will become a better person still in examining bigotry, racism, and sexism, as well as other woes, in writing and recommending works of writing that go beyond stereotypes and show even a part of the full spectrum that makes up human beings.
Plus, I just love reading!
Hello everyone, and welcome to episode 19 of Brain Food, where I tell you what’s yummy and nutritious for your head!
Chicks Kick Butt.
But only if you’re a straight, white chick.
One thing I do want to make clear though, in case I didn’t in the review, is that on a technical sense, this book and all its short stories are written very well. They simply fail at everything else, as I pointed out.
Hello everyone, and for today’s episode, I’m going to be reviewing the erotic romance novel, Corruption, by Amaya Radjani.
Stay tuned for the next episode, when I review a rather, surprisingly good X-Men manga… and no, I’m not talking about that crappy series that came out in the late 90s.
Well, there’s been much sickness, injury, and ill-health keeping me from my video-making duties, but I’ve finally broken through the other side and in full health, I’ve gotten around to reviewing Issue #16 of Life With Archie, which celebrates the marriage of celebrated war hero Kevin Keller to physical therapist Clay Walker. It was a great little comic to read and I hope that everyone gets behind this series.
For more information on One Million Moms and their idiocy, take a look here.