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End the console war

The age-old argument of PlayStation vs. Xbox might finally be over. Maybe. Last week, Microsoft announced it was exploring cross-platform play for future updates for its console. What does cross-play mean? It’s really simple. If I have an Xbox One but my friend has a…

Wonders & Blunders: Celebs highs and lows

Wonder Once again Trump is on the radar, but this time he’s on the receiving end of the sh*t- talking. John Oliver decided it was time someone opened up about just the kind of man Trump is … or rather, isn’t. Oliver initiated the hashtag…

Losing a Legend

This past weekend, the famous author Harper Lee passed away. She was best known for her novel “To Kill a Mockingbird,” a coming-of-age story of following a lawyer, Atticus Finch, and his daughter, Scout, who struggle against the racism of their small town. It’s a…

Deadpool, greatest hero ever? Yes.

Looking for a romantic movie? How about a horror movie? An action-packed super hero movie? Why not all in one? I’m talking about the best superhero movie Fox has put out since “Spiderman 2.” That’s right: “Deadpool,” the Merc with a Mouth, has his own…

The Male G-spot

Knock, knock. Who’s there? It’s me, just sliding in the backdoor. For those who receive it, anal intercourse provides a whole new type of pleasure. Now, before you freak, hear me out. Anal, when performed correctly, is an erotic ride that blows away any and…

Hell’s Kitchen’s best P.I.

Recently, Marvel has dumped its newest Netflix original into our lives, and boy, is it a stark difference from its movies. Its previous series “Daredevil” (not the god-awful film) focused on Matt Murdock and his struggle to clean up Hell’s Kitchen, a small section of…

Flashback Friday: The Spongebob Movie and Cursive writing

‘The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie’ By Nikki Duran I will be the first to admit that I was never the biggest fan of “SpongeBob” as a kid. However, when I saw “The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie” on Netflix, I did what any other 19-year-old college student would…

‘Wiped Out’ returns us to the Neighbourhood

As The Neighbourhood would say, it’s sweater weather. The alternative band who made a name for themselves through the ever-popular single has recently released and album that isn’t nearly as catchy. Their sophomore album is called “Wiped Out.” The cover features a black and white…

I ain’t afraid of no ghost

As Halloween creeps into our lives again, we prepare with the usual rituals: handing out sweet treats, donning ritual masks and spooking our friends. But if it weren’t Halloween, not a single person would enjoy being scared, so why is it only during this month…

The press, polls and the presidency

The race for the next president of the United States has already started and it’s time to pay attention. Like, really pay attention. Media is going to be the number one source for information, but nothing in life is ever that simple. This past week…

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