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Category Archives: Nerd Herd
Disney’s purchase of LucasFilm, combined with Disney’s musical film background opens the door for the only Star Wars sequel I truly want to see… The Star Wars Holiday Special part II Remember the cheesy goodness… Star Wars Holiday Special Song … Continue reading
NBC, bring back my Community… or else (and by “or else” I mean pretty, pretty please with sugar and puppies and rainbows on top). At least the cast can have fun with the delay.
Thank you Saturday Night Live. Thank you for giving Big Bird a forum to express himself. Thank you for keeping it classy with my favorite fictional bird. And thank you for a joke I can totally share with my kidlets. … Continue reading
I’ve never been one to invest too much in New Year’s resolutions. I never looked at January as the time of renewal. It mostly serves as the time of year when I mess up a lot of checks writing the … Continue reading
Wired Magazine – Boy, these folks are smarter than me and I love it! I tend to read this next to my laptop so I can google freely when I get stumped. It also helps me keep up
I’m adding a new feature here on Pop Culture Parent. Let’s shorthand some of these pressing Pop Culture issues with my handly little three word assessment! Here goes… Republican National Convention – make it rain! The Expendables II – explosive … Continue reading
Whoa! Just freakin… Whoa! Watch the whole thing. Trust me, your mind will be blown in the best possible way! invisible bike helmet
Over the past several years, I have watched the increase in media coverage of what we’ll call the young hipsters gone grandma movement. This movement consists largely of young adults (ages 35 and under) co-opting pursuits that my Southern grandma … Continue reading
Yes, I said it. Every now and again I get bored with Pop Culture. Mind you, it takes a lot of television consumption, magazine reading, Internet trolling strolling, comic book obsessing, cartoon avoiding (they really are terrible now) and so … Continue reading