Black Lives Matter webpage hacked!

Earlier today, the Saint Louis Black Lives Matter webpage was hacked and extensively altered to the point that it has everyone in complete uproar. Some people infuriated, calling it “Blatant racist rhetoric”. With links for websites such as Monster.com (the platform for worldwide job searches) and others ranging from local law enforcement agencies and how-to websites explaining how to wear a belt, or even learning to … Continue reading Black Lives Matter webpage hacked!

The squirrel that had good/bad luck

     Operation squirrel rescue in HD!     So while I was clearing some trees at my parents house, I came across a squirrel that had managed to get trapped between the splintered wood of one of the branches on this seventy-year-old elm tree that we had recently cut down. I have absolutely no idea how he managed this, but though his tail was … Continue reading The squirrel that had good/bad luck

Happiness in the shadow of failure and depression.

     What do we all desire more than anything else? Happiness, regardless of what you find to be your source of joy, I have not once encountered a single person that said their lifelong goal was to be unhappy. This is obviously a no-brainer, right? So why is it that there are so many people that never manage to crawl out of the stress … Continue reading Happiness in the shadow of failure and depression.

“Renting music” Is buying music Obsolete?

From records to eight tracks, and from CD’s to Mp3’s… At some point, all of our modern technology will become outlived and obsolete, but has the concept of buying music and audio files become completely irrelevant?  When we consider the fact that there are probably over hundreds of music streaming services floating around as a middle-men in the music industry, it’s clear that there is … Continue reading “Renting music” Is buying music Obsolete?