To Joy Villa: Do Not Trust Trump Supporters

Dear Joy, Congratulations on your recent rise up the Internet music charts and for your ability to become “discovered” by an audience that ordinarily wouldn’t have listened to you. Trump voters, however, are a scary bunch of folks to gain as fans; the minute you turn on them or say something they don’t like, they... Read more »

Silence Is Golden

If you were to know me, you’d understand that I sometimes prefer to be quiet rather than to talk. I’m not anti-social so much as I don’t always feel like what I have to say is important, or unique, or helpful to a situation and/or conversation. This is not as many seem to believe me... Read more »

George Michael's "December Song" - A Hidden Gem

It’s worth stating that perhaps the last thing anyone wanted to hear last year was Christmas music in the wake of an orange cat becoming president. Thanks to George Michael, I found myself listening to this song out of curiosity. Technically, he had already had a Christmas hit with “Last Christmas” back when he was... Read more »
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A Christmas Without Dad

A Christmas Without Dad
On May 1st, 2016, my father Ralph Milam died from colon cancer. Before that, he had been battling lupus since 2005 and was no longer in the shape he had been in the earlier part of his life. I’ve been mourning erratically as I now bare responsibility of my mother and her well-being as well... Read more »

Why Can't I Be Superman?

Why Can't I Be Superman?
I dislike engaging in Twitter debates. My mind is not completely built for the CNN Crossfire-style of conversing that Twitter tends to propagate. With 140 characters, your opinions can come across as half-assed, fact-less and incomplete. A day or two ago, I managed to do just that over something completely trivial; changing the race of... Read more »

Mark Whalberg Knows Regular People, But Not Movies

Mark Whalberg Knows Regular People, But Not Movies
In this post-election haze with the election of pseudo-billionaire Donald Trump as our lord and savior of the United States, people who exist in the land of fiction (That’s Hollywood) have come out with varying opinions about Donald Trump. Mark Whalberg, who starred in the fourth entry of, and I quote, “the most iconic franchise... Read more »
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An Open Letter To K. Michelle

Dear Kimberly Michelle Pate aka K Michelle, I usually don’t write open letters to anyone who I don’t know or who wouldn’t know me from a hole in the wall. I feel the need to however because I don’t understand how the music you put out always takes a backseat. You have a desire to... Read more »

The Illogical Hatred Of The Eagles

  A few minutes before I started dipping my head into the noise that is the “I Hate The Eagles” conversation of recent, I saw a comment on Facebook that equated The Eagles to a 1970’s Nickelback. I find that weird given that Nickelback didn’t seem that popular to me aside from that one song... Read more »

Doctor Who: Why Can't The Next Actor To Play The Role Be Black?

Disney, J.J. Abrams and everyone connected to the making of the latest Star Wars took a chance in casting John Boyega as one of the leads. Science-fiction franchises like SW often send fans into an outrage when doing any sort of radical casting. To me, the world has changed so much (Barack Obama being the... Read more »
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How To Say Goodbye To A Dream

How To Say Goodbye To A Dream Yesterday, I found myself staring for almost five minutes at a relationship status on Facebook. A woman, who I had interest in meeting and an alternate universe notion of making a special someone, declared that she was in a relationship. Who she is really isn’t as important anymore... Read more »