The AntiSocial Network Podcast – Film Critic Confessions and G.K. Chesterton Essays

The last two weeks have given us two wonderful episodes of the show! Last week, we spoke with film critic Tyler Smith about his issues trying to explore and teach film as a film professor and a film critic. This week, an English professor named Mariah Lynch joined us to discuss Ethan Nicole’s new bookContinue reading “The AntiSocial Network Podcast – Film Critic Confessions and G.K. Chesterton Essays”

COSMO – In Wake of the Plague: A Personal Tale of Covid19

After two years of completely avoiding illness, in January of 2022, I succumbed. It started gradually, about the week of Monday the 10th. I took some zinc and vitamin C and spent the weekend resting. The next week, Tuesday rolled around and I woke up stuffy. But Spring comes early CA and I’ve always hadContinue reading “COSMO – In Wake of the Plague: A Personal Tale of Covid19”

AntiSocial Network Podcast – January Updates – Bill Ryan, Bethel McGrew, Christian Toto, Po the Person and Louis Markos

I’ve been lazy this year when it comes to keeping CR updated with news about the AntiSocial Network Podcast. The podcast has continued plugging away contentedly and quietly online but I hadn’t bothered updating anyone on CR about new episodes. Given that part of the editorial mandate of this blog is to serve as aContinue reading “AntiSocial Network Podcast – January Updates – Bill Ryan, Bethel McGrew, Christian Toto, Po the Person and Louis Markos”

HUMMEL Review: Don’t Look Up

I am an agnostic on issues like climate change, solely because I am not a climate scientist. Is it real? Probably. Do I trust the politicians at the European Union and their accords to deal with it accordingly? Nope. Climate change is probably real and it will probably have negative side effects but I somewhatContinue reading “HUMMEL Review: Don’t Look Up”