Time. A strange concept, and Tenet, a palindrome, spelled the same forward as it is backward, is a fantastic title for what is easily 2020’s best film so far. As quarantine hit the theater industry, and the film industry as a whole, was shaken to its core in ways never seen before. Productions stopped, release dates were postponed and cancelled, and projects were put on … Continue reading Tenet: Movie Review
A24 is an American independent entertainment company and film production studio founded on August 20, 2012, by Daniel Katz, David Fenkel, and John Hodges and based in New York City. Not only have these men organized an incredible company, but in eight years, they’ve produced some of the greatest movies of all time. Not only have they made waves in the film industry with over … Continue reading A24 – Hollywood At It’s Finest
What do you call a pig that does karate? A pork chop. Continue reading A joke that will make your week better.
My Favorite Cooperative Principle “Electricity is really just organized lightning,” a wise quote from the great George Carlin. In today’s society it is important to have electricity installed. Technology is everywhere, and technology requires electricity. My favorite cooperative principle is concern for the community. The definition of concern for the community means that cooperatives work for the sustainable development of their communities through policies accepted … Continue reading Cuivre River Electric Cooperative Essay
Hannibal Buress – Comedy Camisado Hannibal Buress has been one of my favorite comedians for the last few years and his special Comedy Camisado is a fantastic hour of comedy recorded in Minneapolis. In this hour, Buress tackles topics such as the horrid cycle of traveling after losing your I.D. and what his career would look like if he became a blind comedian. Full of … Continue reading Best Stand-Up Specials On Netflix
It has come to my attention that I do not own anything neon. The closest thing I have is a bright pink hoodie that I rarely ever wear in public. Does anybody even wear neon though? I can see someone wearing it to a party or a club of some kind but does anybody wear it in an average everyday outfit? Continue reading Neon Clothes
It’s not very often that a film will affect me like Alma Har’el and Shia LaBeouf’s Honey Boy. A true story, and dark look into the life of a boy named Otis (a fictionalized version of Shia LaBeouf) who, at the age of 12, finds himself on television (to replicate LaBeouf’s role in Even Stevens) as the lead child actor while being raised by his … Continue reading Honey Boy: Movie Review
My biggest regret would have to be not taking advantage of the time I got to spend with my loved ones. I was so selfish and I will admit that too. Each time I saw a loved one I kinda just sat there not really listening to what stories they had to tell or how their day was. I regret it so much now. At … Continue reading My Biggest Regret.
I’m gonna be honest with y’all, I don’t like Valentine’s day. It has a cool name, but I think I don’t like it mainly because of the overpriced gifts and the fact that I don’t like the color pink. Seriously, my dad bought my mom a bouquet of roses for today and he had to spend $18.00 for them. $18.00 for a bunch of flowers … Continue reading Valentine’s Day
Over the past weekend (Feb. 8), the Winfield High School Speech Team competed at the Rock Bridge Tournament. Overall, the team did great, with many high scores against such tough competition. The real highlight for the team were the outstanding achievements by Ellie Smith who, quite impressively, placed 6th overall in informative speaking at her first meet as a part of the Winfield High team. … Continue reading Speech Spotlight: Ellie Smith