COVID-19 ‘Short Circuits’: The Frozen Tundra

As of February 13tth, I do not have COVID-19. I should go get tested again, though. 'The Frozen Tundra' title refers to an Ice Storm that hit Louisville and a good chunk of Kentucky on Wednesday. We got anywhere from 0.2"-0.5" of ice, enough to cause power outages, downed trees, and a WHOLE LOT of … Continue reading COVID-19 ‘Short Circuits’: The Frozen Tundra

2021 Royal Rumble Results

(in no particular order) Women’s Smackdown Championship: Sasha Banks (Champion) vs Carmella:  Prediction: Sasha Banks Winner: Sasha Banks Intercontinental Championship: Big E (Champion) vs. Sami Zayn – Predictions: Crews gets involved, costs Big E the matchWinner: Sami Zayn Winner: Big E I was a little surprised by this result, in that I thought an Apollo Crews … Continue reading 2021 Royal Rumble Results

2021 WWE Royal Rumble Predictions

It's been a while since I've made predictions on Pro Wrestling events. Sunday is World Wrestling Entertainment's (WWE's) 1st major pay-per-view (PPV) of the year: the Royal Rumble. The 'Royal Rumble' match itself is a Battle Royal: 2 superstars start and every 90 seconds after, another one enters the ring. There are 30 total wrestlers … Continue reading 2021 WWE Royal Rumble Predictions

A (much smaller) Look Back At 2020….

I like to write posts, in the last week of December, that are part "Best Of..." lists, part Resolution reviews, and Resolutions/Goals/Wishes for the upcoming year.Covid-19 pretty much dominated the first two; let's hope it doesn't dominate too much of 2021. Best of 2020 Comic Book Villains While Podicus Wrecks recorded through much of 2020, … Continue reading A (much smaller) Look Back At 2020….

COVID-19: ‘Short Circuits’, 12/2-12/4

"One Month Left in 2020" I do not have Covid-19. Unfortunately, I have recently lost a friend to it, have another friend in and out of the hospital with it, a 3rd friend that's dealing with the beginnings of it, and a 4th friend that just got over it. Melinda/Zoom Call The friend that I … Continue reading COVID-19: ‘Short Circuits’, 12/2-12/4

COVID-19: ‘Short Circuits’, 6/16/2020

Song: "Groove Holmes" by The Beastie Boys; I'd honestly recommend the entire listed album - it's that good!(I do not own any of the music in the link!) I do not have COVID-19. *still knocking on wood* Vacation wraps up today (Tuesday). Overall, it was a success!I was hoping to recharge mentally and emotionally: I … Continue reading COVID-19: ‘Short Circuits’, 6/16/2020

Short Circuits: Odds and Ends

Some quick hits on games, sports, and some life events. WWE announced that WWE 2K21 has been cancelled, due to the poor reviews of 2K20. 2K20 was plagued with bugs, glitches, faulty design, and "a lack of innovation or new game play", according to multiple reviews. There has been no word about a replacement game. … Continue reading Short Circuits: Odds and Ends

Black History Month: Facts #4

I don't think I need to explain how much I like Drum & Bugle Corps (or Marching Band, in general). How does this tie into Black History Month? An article from 2007, from Drum Corps International (DCI). I haven't been able to find info or stats on the percentage of black marchers and Drum Majors … Continue reading Black History Month: Facts #4

Black History Month: Facts, #2

“Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.” - Martin Luther King, Jr. Texas Western: 1966 NCAA Champions You sometimes get the "David vs. Goliath" match-up in sports: the scrappy underdog, with almost zero chance to win, versus the powerhouse favorite, who's a near-lock … Continue reading Black History Month: Facts, #2