The last year or two I've been watching CW's weekly line up i.e. Super Girl, The Flash, Arrow and DCs Legends of Tomorrow. What can I say I love my superheroes. The only series I didn't catch from the beginning was Arrow so binge watching first few seasons on Netflix has been the staple. Suffice to say Oliver Queen and his entourage has been dancing in head lately and when I find myself facing a small dilemma in real life I ask 'What would Ollie do?' Yeah too much time in front of the television. Anyway imagine my surprise when I found out cast will be in my neck of the woods in September? I hope to attend this festive occasion and have plenty of pics to show for it. Booking info
Roseanne 2.0 scheduled for 2018? I liked the show in the '90s and can hardly wait to see the 'Where are they now?' version of this former #1 sitcom. Its too early to give any real concrete details but from what I'm hearing the original Connor family cast will be back i.e. Dan, Roseanne, Becky, Darlene, DJ and Aunt Jackie. Its been almost 20yrs to the day since last episode aired (May 20, 1997) and most of the actors have aged gracefully... as well as can be expected. Hey I'm not criticizing believe me, I compared a picture of myself 20yrs ago to now and noticed a few wrinkles too. Check out cast on ENews then and now pics.
Anywho I'm just curious to see how this will all come to fruition. The show was cutting edge in its day and crossed controversial boundaries all while making you laugh. Its low-income 'trailer park-ish' attitude resonated with families of all backgrounds trying to make ends meet. Today families face similar issues but the cast is older. Also there's that pesky lottery thing the Connor's won toward end of run. Will they still be rich or have they run through the money? One can hardly wait.
Welp chalk it up to Nordstrom to shock social media aficionados with their newly released 'Dirty Jeans' upward toward the tune of $425. Its fake mud to give you that worn look, how original. Not my cup of tea but I get it, its the current fad I guess time will tell. Speaking of fads every generation has went through one including yours truly. Without googling see if you can tell my era by these popular trendy pants: Parachute pants, Levi 501 shrink to fit jeans, acid washed jeans, biker shorts, pre-cut holes in jeans and zipper pants to name a few.
You wake up in the morning use the bathroom and return back to bed for a few extra mins of R&R. Before you get settled you reach over, grab your phone from the stand and see what you missed overnight. Sound familiar? Well you're not alone.
Seems like everyone has an agenda and platform to showcase it nowadays. It use to be years ago the only way to be heard was by being part of the popular crowd. If you didn't sit at the cool kids table then your opinion wasn't worth two cents. I get it, it's empowering to voice your opinion and have friends and associates react. You're in the driver's seat and they are lining up to take a ride. Heck we all had that one friend who got their car before anyone else and we could not wait to tag along but what happens when everyone has their own car and no one to ride with? Read on...
Less than a third of posts read are from actual friends or relatives the bulk being from associates never met and shared posts. Top three categories w/o looking at my feed are: President Trump and his latest antics, 'Like or Share' if you believe in this or that and 'See what I'm doing right now'. Day or night one of these will be near the top of your news feed... guaranteed. Let me guess you are checking now. As a whole people seek validation and attention nothing wrong with that it's in our DNA. Not everyone but the masses in general. If your post reaches enough to your satisfaction they will return to your car again. On rare occasions I find myself entranced with a post someone has made repeatedly and yet the same people keep responding the same way, odd. Social media is both entertaining and suggestive, you would do well to know the difference. In a way this article could fall under one of these categories it's all about perspective.
Welcome to our new Facebook group page G4R. Page is more of a behind the scene endeavor to further interact with followers and better enhance the experience. Your posts, comments and feedback will directly influence the direction of our website and media pages. A few lucky ppl will find their comments posted on the latter.
In short page is about people across all walks of life who enjoy gaming, movies, cosplay and entertainment. We can't group this page in any specific category because it will constantly evolve. Created in October '16 (week ago as of this posting) we enjoy the creation process... so many opportunities, so many directions and alas so many mistakes will be made. Come walk with us as we begin this new journey!
3 yr old Californian Kaylieann Steinbach showed up for school on picture day wearing a Supergirl costume and stole the show. She is 75% deaf in both ears but don't tell her that, she excels in life and doesn't let her handicap slow her roll. Her father posted pics on social media and they instantly went viral. She's received major support from those online and the deaf community. You can add G4R to that list as well. Rock on Kaylieann the only hero I see in these pics are you young lady!
I've been chill for a min but need an outlet to cut loose. Some of ya may have seen my pseudonym of '2 Centz' or variation thereof i.e. Two Centz in your leagues or lobbies. I've been busting my azz last 5 years to get company off the ground and can ill afford to have any negativity associated with my real name. Hence the name 2 Centz. I've been silent about political, racial and economic issues but no more.
Follow me on this Facebook Page to see how I really feel about the bullshit going on in the world. Mature content involved haha. -2 Centz
We all have family members or relatives we shared an interest with while growing up. For me it was competition with my brother and sister. From early childhood when we played kickball with friends to family game nights the goal was to win. We never cheated or looked for an unfair advantage but instead played with a level of tenacity most could not comprehend. Even in defeat we were good natured albeit satirical at times and never bitter. It was 'always' about integrity and respect. Not sure how much of this was instilled by our parents or simply our character. I remember one night when I was 10 playing a game of 'Sorry' with my family. I had 1 piece left to make it home and got sent back repeatedly by everyone, roar! Being a Taurus and stubborn this did not sit well with me. I always had a temper but managed to channel it toward constructive habits. Still I would be lying if I said I wasn't waiting eagerly for next game to seek vengeance haha.
Fast forward over the years and we're all grown now. My brother and I have always been video game aficionados and manage to set aside time to this very day to sit and play a few hours every now and then. We go way back to the days of Atari and the game has changed much over the years but our spirit has not. Even when we go online to play random strangers our philosophy is still the same, play with integrity and respect. Yeah it blows when you are beating the crap out of someone and they quit mid-game and it doesn't count. We blow it off and move to next opponent. I can't tell you how many beat downs we've taken over the years and never once quit. Oh my current poison of choice nowadays?... Madden '17. When not online I enjoy a good game of Risk when he visits. We use to play chess for hours on end as kids and love a good strategic game.
Anyway with spouses, kids, nieces and a nephew in the mix today we still find time for family game night. It's mainly Spades, Uno and Phase 10 and an occasional app game. The competition and tenacity is still there and appears to have been passed on to the younger generation. This kindred spirit or sibling rivalry if ya call it that has served us well and driven us to reach beyond life's goals and strive for our dreams. It's formed a bond many outsiders would scratch their head at but we understand it fully. -James
Arthur I don't get it, really I don't! This mediocre cartoon from 1994 was drab at best but somehow found a resurgence in today's media. The memes are out of control and a lot of adults are upset with the mature themed content posted of him.
I will be the first to admit I'm a little behind the trending culture but this makes no sense whatsoever. What the hell is he? An aardvark, mole or what? All good it's not our place to question these social trends but rather elaborate on them. Last cartoon show around this era that flopped after a cpl of airings and later went on to make a comeback was Family Guy. My take?... These damn millennials are controlling the world haha.