...And the punches keep coming.

This has nothing to do with why the delay happened, but in any case, here's this week's post. I'll resume as usual next week.
My grandparents' dog just died last Friday at the age of 13. It was sudden, unexpected, and it hurt the other dogs more than it did the humans.
Angel, you will be missed.

***BONUS POST NO. 1!*** My Experience With… Shrek (Shrek Series, Part 1)

***Caution: some mild rude humor displayed in this post*** ***Warning: Spoilers*** Rating: PG, Y7 (Parental Guidance Suggested, Not recommended for young children)

To all the Shrek fanboys and fangirls out there… CALM DOWN.
Now I like Shrek series about as much as the next red-blooded Millennial, but I don’t go too crazy over it.
Why? Because Homestar Runner is WAY cooler.

Anyway. Here we go.
Now this pretty cool – dare I say it – masterpiece of an iconic film by DreamWorks Animation came out in 2001 and pretty much changed the scene of children’s and family films as we know it. For better or worse, well, jury’s still out. Now while this may not necessarily be in a rivalry with Pixar for any kind of movie (and you know what I mean by that)…

I think that I can safely say that Shrek is to DreamWorks as Toy Story is to Pixar. Both seem to be the long-standing series with which people generally associate their respective brands. Heck, even the song, It Is You (I Hav…

My Experience With... You're in the Super Bowl, Charlie Brown!

***Disclaimer: This was written well over a month ago.
***WARNING: Spoilers
Rating: G, Y
(General Audiences, Kid-friendly)

I would like to offer my sincerest apology for missing last Friday’s post. I was sick all week, and hadn’t given much thought to well, anything.
Anyway, the “holiday” I was referring to in the last post was… you guessed it: Superbowl Sunday!
Now, I’m not much of a football person, but I do enjoy it from time to time. Being in the Marching Band helped me to appreciate it, but I guess it might’ve started with this little video I’ve had since I was a tot.

And yes, this is, in fact, my copy. Aw, crud, this one has two logos. Whatever, I didn’t realize it back then.

You’re in the Super Bowl, Charlie Brown! was one of those little home videos that was made to keep kids quiet for half an hour, with the most loveable gang of children and animals that family entertainment has ever welcomed into their homes. It was kinda cheap, and not very intelligent, but it was still very…