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Past vs. Present Mayweather vs. Ali...Symbols of an Era (A Blog by Jack)

This Blog is analysis of two Iconic figures in the Sports World of Boxing.

Up first, we have a fighter who is often regarded as the Greatest of all-time, Muhammad Ali. 891 more words

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My Top 5 Favorite Couples in Fiction

Valentine’s Day may have already come and gone, but that doesn’t mean it’s too late to stop talking about romance. Like many contemporary fans, I have a tendency to ship certain characters together from the novels, movies, TV shows, and video games I enjoy. 808 more words

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Flash Fiction: "6-Word Stories"

It’s not known for certain, but the story goes that Ernest Hemingway was once asked to write a short story using only 6 words, for which he gave the response: 140 more words

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Psycho-Pass: Decode Your Mind in Record Time

I keep running into a problem with new shows as I go through my Netflix queue these days: namely, I can’t seem to finish them. I don’t know if I’m becoming more selective these days or if I’m just impatient, but some shows just aren’t doing it for me. 830 more words

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Flash Fiction: "Tonight at The Rogue's Gallery"

In full disclosure, I actually once worked at an art gallery for a few months. It was a pretty interesting experience filled with nice and charming people, though not as dramatic or as colorful as the story presented below. 1,447 more words

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Reporting from WonderCon Anaheim 2015

Most geeks and fans set attending Comic-Con as the highlight of their year, but I’ve always had trouble affording a long trip to San Diego and getting a group to go with. 750 more words

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Life is Strange, Episode Two: Out of Time: A Hand Against a Storm

Having played through the first episode of Square Enix’s new title Life is Strange, I have to say I like the idea of playing through a game in multiple parts the same way I’d follow the first season of a new TV show. 707 more words

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