Signs Following’s first EP, The Space Between Words, is a haunting exploration of purpose and permanence, something that Josh Mays and the city of Chattanooga should be proud of.
I’m not like a big rom-com guy. I don’t know if that’s because I grew up in a household of four brothers, all of who (Sure, whom, but that just doesn’t sound right, and I’m not a hardcore prescriptivist) preferred action movies, or because of some underlying genetic predisposition against romantic comedies. Maybe I haven’t
I mean yeah, the main character was a gaping black hole of nothingness (aside from the love for his girlfriend, and mildly unhealthy [sarcasm] loyalty to his job), but I think that’s why the movie works. We go to see movies to escape, certainly, but we also go to be moved, both emotionally, mentally, adrenally,
The following is rated G, for Gerber Baby, because a Gerber Baby should be able to read this. I am not making any statements saying a Gerber Baby has the ability to read this (like, that a Gerber Baby is objectively smarter than the average baby and can somehow read at this level despite still