5 Minute Dungeon: A Review

I purchased this box set on Kickstarter when the campaign first started, hoping to get my husband a game that he would like but hadn’t heard of yet.  The game was an instant hit with the family.  We have teenagers who aren’t really so interested in a long game with parents, and this game moves […]

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Once Upon A Deadpool: Film Review

Once Upon A Deadpool, or Deadpool 2 the PG-13 version, was a milder, less violent version of Deadpool 2 with a twist.  The twist includes an homage to The Princess Bride and an appearance from a full grown Fred Savage.  In this version, without much of a spoiler, Deadpool reads Fred a bedtime story which […]

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Muse World Tour 2019

Houston is home to a thriving music industry. It’s launched its share of music careers from Clint Black to Beyonce to Blue October and many more. It is home to music venues that are the envy of the world and February 22nd it was host to Muse, who kicked off their world tour. Muse is […]

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Lessons From The Garden

I am continually amazed that a culture who values inspirational quotes so highly could have created something so vile and intolerant as a twitter mob. That social bubble seems to force us all to retreat into bubbles having been forced out of one, or sucked into another.  These bubbles are like the Garden of Eden.  Inside […]

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ESports the Army Way

First, I have to confess that my family is Army.  My father was a Vietnam Vet.  He was a medic in the Army who served with Marines (thus the warning to me to never date a Marine).  My Uncle is a Medical Corps Doctor.  I have one brother that served in Iraq in the Medical […]

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