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The Secret To One Of Life’s Biggest Questions

Posted by on June 27th, 2017, under VIDEOTAPE

For centuries, the fields of science, philosophy and kids television programming have been invested in the search for truth. Some questions couldn’t be answered. Some answers simply led to more questions. But one question has plagued ups for nearly thirty years. And it’s time we got the truth… WTF as the slime from Nickelodeon’s shows […]

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Things You Thought Would Be a Bigger THING, Growing Up

Posted by on March 2nd, 2017, under NOTEBOOK, SNAPSHOTS

As a kid, I was given several impressions that didn’t quite pan out as an adult. When you’re growing up, your head is soaking up everything like a good little sponge. Or maybe a lollipop that fell under the couch. It can come from rotting your brains on cartoons, shows, commercials and movies, or from […]

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Things I Wish I Had As A Kid: Nerf Armory

Posted by on January 6th, 2017, under NOTEBOOK

Childhood is a time for dreams and imagination. For me, that included a heavy dose of lightsabers, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles accessories and nerf weaponry. I’d battle my friends every day in various narratives and locations, dueling until the sun went down. But I never had something to house and organize all my cool gadgets. […]

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BB-8 Takes Manhattan

Posted by on December 7th, 2016, under VIDEOTAPE

There’s nothing my nerd-heart loves more than seeing fantasy and fiction come to life in… real life. It’s what our imaginations were made for. All our play as kids, every time we imagined something fantastic happening to us — those moments were our minds calling out for something magic in our everyday. Star Wars is […]

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The Creepiest Animation Ever

Posted by on October 12th, 2016, under VIDEOTAPE

When I was a boy I watched a claymation movie titled “The Adventures of Mark Twain” and it really messed with my head. Twain is one of, if not my favorite author of all time, and at that point in my life I understood him to be both hilarious and dark. I could relate to […]

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