Christopher Nolan’s Batman Trilogy

“I always thought there was a Batman story that hadn’t been told on film.” – Christopher Nolan If you’ve been following this blog, or if you’ve met me in person, then you know that Batman is my favorite superhero. The nuance between Bruce Wayne and Batman, the gadgets, transportation, villains, and Gotham city itself, set…

Bipartisan Bill Will Help the Fitness Industry

It’s no secret that businesses, both small and large, have suffered from the coronavirus pandemic. The fitness industry, in particular, took a huge loss but didn’t get as much coverage. That is until now. The following information comes from Club Industry. The Health & Fitness Recovery Act of 2020 was announced on Thursday, October 1st….

End SARS!

Police brutality isn’t just a Western problem. Protests happening in Nigeria are shining a light on an organization built to protect and serve, but somehow they chose abuse of power. The following information comes from The Guardian. A Nigerian police force, The Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), has been dissolved after allegations of police brutality. Protests…

Book Review

Greetings Everyone, I just finished reading The Terminal List, and I wanted to share my thoughts. Reece had no time for reflection. Bullets cascaded into the room from directly across the hall. AK fire. Reece knew the sound well. The rounds were being sprayed into the room without any real discipline, racking across the back…

California Governor Signs Reparations Bill

There’s some news that many supporters of the ADOS (American Descendants of Slavery) and FBA (Foundational Black Americans) movement will be pleased to see. The following information comes from the Precinct Reporter Group. California Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed a reparations bill for the descendants of American slavery. The Assembly Bill (AB) 3121, also titled…