So, you’ve noticed that you now like fair trade coffee, organic avocadoes, and oils are more than simply essential to your daily existence. You have started growing a beard and you have a tattoo in Hebrew that means “courage.” You are undoubtedly wearing black skinny jeans with Clarks. Make no mistake, those jeans are ripped through both of the knees for sure. You are finding … Continue reading The Millennial Christian
Over the past year I have turned from being a Bill Nye lover to a Bill Nye hater. This may come as an outrage to some of you, “how dare he attack the science lovers lord and savior.” Trust me I get it, nothing was better when the teacher rolled in the tv and pushed in that Bill Nye tape, let’s be honest it was … Continue reading Screw Bill Nye
Opening this Week If I am being honest, this is not a good week for new content. But if you are dying to watch a new movie, Insidious: The Last Key comes out this weekend, but it got terrible reviews and I am not a fan of the series so I don’t recommend that. If you are looking for a good movie though check out … Continue reading What to Watch This Weekend
The Chicago Cubs are 2 years removed from their first World Series Championship in 108 years. Theo Epstein, the Cubs’ President of Baseball Operations, has turned the often-embattled franchise into one of the premier teams in the MLB. Coming off of their third straight Championship Series appearance, one in which they lost to the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Cubs have work to do for the … Continue reading Grading the Cubs’ Off-Season Signings
The Bears’ search for a new coach has begun. On Wednesday, the Bears interviewed defensive coordinator Vic Fangio for the head-coach vacancy. While few people expect Fangio to land the job, there is a growing belief that the Bears wish to keep him around. Brad Biggs and Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reported, “They would value retaining him as defensive coordinator in the event … Continue reading Where do the Bears go this Off-season?