The Space Between Words: The Question of Permanence and Purpose

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.

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Finding Comedy in the Mundane: The Big Sick

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 … Continue reading Finding Comedy in the Mundane: The Big Sick

The iPod Classic & Abnormal Relatability in Wright’s ‘Baby Driver’

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, … Continue reading The iPod Classic & Abnormal Relatability in Wright’s ‘Baby Driver’

Why Arm Wrestling is the Stupidest Thing That Has Ever Happened

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 … Continue reading Why Arm Wrestling is the Stupidest Thing That Has Ever Happened