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Star Trek, the Original Series (TOS): A Necessary Social Commentary, Part 6

This will conclude my argument that began two months back with the Axiom: Star Trek is the most influential Science Fiction television program in history. I believe my logic has been sound, although largely rhetorical.  I expected at least a few contrarian views, maybe alternatives suggested,

My Life As A Halloween Grinch

When I got home today, I had a full-blown allergy attack, binge-watched The Defenders and watched Game of Thrones(priorities y’all). So rather than finishing the writing tips article I was working on, I decided to post something a little bit less serious and more fun

World UFO Day and Whitley Strieber: An Alien Abduction Narrative

World UFO day (July 2nd) is a day dedicated to communicating the existence of Unidentified Flying Objects.  There is a website — www.worldufoday.com — with a countdown clock, as well as droves of resources designed to educate, inform, and perpetuate knowledge regarding extraterrestrial possibilities. As

Adam West: The Quintessential Batman

When I first found out about Adam West’s death, I couldn’t help but be sad. Childhood idols grow old and pass away.  With their passing, a sense of our own innocence shrivels and is lost, forcing us to confront our own mortality once again. As