I last wrote a blog post 349 days ago (June 30th, 2016). Today’s date is June 14th, 2017. I started writing stuff on this site as a way to get express things; as a way to get things off my chest. It helped, a lot. And it was pretty fun! The whole website creation process … More 349 days|Some Kind of Monster
I recently read about this topic in an article a few weeks ago. I was browsing through the science & technology articles on the “News” app on my iPhone when I stumbled upon an article published by Wired, entitled, So You Think You Love Earth? Wait Until You See It in VR. As is the case … More Scaling Up to Look Down
In this blog I’m going to talk about a recent encounter between myself and my father. This past week we had been working on some landscaping around the house. We ordered more mulch to lay around the house, and were also trimming the bushes around the house. At the time of this event we were … More “The Future of our Country”
Summer is finally here, and I couldn’t be more excited. I finished up my first year of college two weeks ago. It’s pretty crazy that the first year is done, as it feels like only yesterday I was graduating from high school and getting ready to leave. Time really flies. I took a break from … More Summer!
Last night, as many people may know, was the season 6 finale of The Walking Dead. The 90-minute finale was a highly anticipated episode, ever since we were first introduced to Negan in the mid-season finale last year. For the non-comic readers out there, Negan is the next super-villain in the show. Negan is the apex of evil in … More Walking Dead Season 6 Reactions
K-Fest(Keweenawesomefest) is an annual two-day music festival put on by MTU’s radio station, 91.9 WMTU, in MTU’s McArdle theatre. The event was this past weekend, and it was awesome! In being a member of the radio station, I was a part of the long list of people who helped to make the event happen. From … More K-Fest Learning Experience
Why does our education system make students learn pointless exercises in class, and then test them on those pointless exercises? There’s no real world application to any of these things that American schools make students do in the classroom. Students have been programmed to complete these tasks just to receive that “A” on their paper, because that … More A System Based off Letters
So I haven’t posted anything in a while. I’m so used to posting every few days that taking a week and a half off felt like a month. The past few weeks have been incredibly busy for me, with midterms and other projects I’ve been working on, so I haven’t had a whole lot of … More What’s Goin’ On?
I don’t usually like to talk about politics, mainly because it’s a sensitive topic, and because people easily get offended in someway when talking politics. I don’t bloat about my political views. But I want to talk about politics in this post, because it’s been on my mind lately. I’m not the type of person to wine … More My View on Donald Trump
Michael’s thoughts on love and it’s meaning. … More What is Love? (Pun Intended)