I have very little exposure to the Dragon Quest series. I first attempted to play Dragon Quest VIII on my PlayStation 2 as a high school student, and while I recall very little of the short experience, I can only … Continue reading Thoughts on Dragon Quest XI: The First 10 Hours
It’s been about a week since we went to the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra World Tour in California, and here are some of my thoughts on the concert highlights and the experience as a whole. Highlights -The E3 trailer for Kingdom … Continue reading Kingdom Hearts Orchestra World Tour Thoughts
I’m afraid. Let me explain: In the world today, there are many polarizing topics that many people seem to be very passionate about: gay marriage, abortions, race relations, the economic disparity in this country and others. Sadly, it seems our … Continue reading The Trayvon Martin Case: What I learned
Well…it’s officially the most excited I’ve been for a Pokemon game in a very long time. “How can that be?” you asked, perplexed at the seeming impulsiveness of my statement. “They literally talked about zero features.” Well, you’re right. Zero. … Continue reading Thoughts on the Pokemon X and Y Announcement Trailer
So the picture may be misleading. This blog isn’t about ASU…well mostly not. I’ve had a lot of things going through my mind lately. It’s weird, because for once I have so many different ideas to write about that I can’t … Continue reading BulletTime #1
It’s a pretty common question to get to know people, isn’t it? “If you could have three wishes what would you wish for?” Naturally, the first thing you end up doing is qualifying that you can’t “wish for more wishes.” … Continue reading Three Wishes
Congress shall make no law respecting a establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
Ah, the First Amendment, one of the founding ideals of why we love this country so much. There are countries in this world still today where if you were to speak ill of the president/dictator/leader du jour, you’d be thrown in prison and locked away. In this country we enjoy such freedoms as allowing people to “occupy” areas in protest as long as they are peacefully assembled.
Unfortunately, some people don’t get what this really means. Continue reading “Freedom of Speech”