Sometimes a person just doesn’t want to read something heavy. Sometimes a person doesn’t want to confront weighty philosophical matters while reading for leisure. Sometimes a person wants to read something that is not going to challenge them. Amazon apparently believes I am that person, because it has been recommending Critical Failures by Robert Bevan
Things seem oddly pedestrian this week as we have no news of anything big coming out. Instead, it’s a whole lot of little things (mostly court-related), and we can’t help but wonder if the shoe is about to drop. Uber may have just swung from “In the wrong place at the wrong time” to full
Way back in the day an old football coach named Bum Phillips said of the legendary football coach Bear Bryant that “Bryant can take his’n and beat your’n, and then he can turn around and take your’n and beat his’n.” People had a funny way of talking back then. Anyway, Phillips’ statement is high praise,
Amazon Prime comes with so many benefits it’s easy to overlook some of the cool things you can get with a Prime membership. I recently discovered that there are three awesome avenues for free reading through Amazon Prime. The first is that Prime members can read one book a month from the Kindle Unlimited library.
Back in March of last year, Amazon announced that they had ordered a pilot for a revival of the cult classic TV show based off the comic book, The Tick, starring Peter Serafinowicz as The Tick and Griffin Newman as Arthur.