Trump’s first State of the Union

I only watched a couple of minutes of last night’s State of the Union speech by President Donald J. Trump. Everything I needed to know about our union’s current state I learned in the first minute. Our president is Donald J. Trump, failed casino proprietor and reality TV personality. One look at the podium told me …

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How Trump apologists are spinning what he said

Just when I thought Donald Trump finally dug himself into a racist hole with his golden racist shovel that even he cannot get out of, his supporters have begun trying to give the man a hand by obfuscating and conflating what he said. For the record this is what Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the …

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Mark Waid is back on Twitter

I was surprised when I started noticing tweets by comic book writer and tantrum thrower Mark Waid in my Twitter feed. He raged quit Twitter some time ago and it’s been a while since I’ve read anything from him on Twitter. Here was the last thing he wrote before taking his Twitter ball and going home: …

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Dan Slott: ‘I don’t care about little pixels on a screen’

DC comics artist Ethan Van Sciver finally had his live show with Marvel comic book writer Dan Slott on his ComicArtistPro Secrets YouTube show. I didn’t watch it live. I wasn’t planning on watching it at all. Dan Slott blocked me on Twitter. It was not for anything I did, it was because I follow …

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Show veterans respect by not calling everyone a Nazi

If it were up to the Wil Wheatons of the world to defeat Nazi Germany during World War Two, the entire world would be speaking German right now.

If it were up to the Wil Wheatons of the world to defeat Nazi Germany during World War Two, the entire world would be speaking German right now.

Ethan Van Sciver, Twitter threats, and social justice warriors

Before comic book artist Ethan Van Sciver traveled down to Florida and appeared at an event hosted by Gotham City Pizza, he was sent a threat on Twitter: Ethan Van Sciver rightfully took the above private message as a threat. The account in which the threat originated from no longer exists. I don’t know if it …

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