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The Reunion Is Why We Need The Arts

The Reunion is here, and it was better than I ever could have expected! The 7 perfumers nailed it and they all gave such amazing and moving performances. Not to mention Millie O’Connell once again drawing my attention and blowing me away with her amazing talent! Favourites aside all 7 women are incredibly talented and deserve recognition and show just why the arts industry should be and is here to stay!

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Why was Yu-Gi-Oh censored so much?!

I love Yu-Gi-Oh, the anime, manga and card game, that much I have made clear. But, that does not mean I am oblivious to the numerous and countless censors the English dub and US release of the anime and card game, and trust me they really frustrate me at times. So why not settles down as I get railed up into my Failure’s Rage and explore the many censors imposed on Yu-Gi-Oh for its English release.

The Origins of Frog Ninja

The amphibian, the myth, the legend! You have heard his name many times, but now comes the time to finally explain him to the rest of the world. FROG NINJA!!!!!!!! The omnipotent, ninja frog aptly named Frog Ninja is finally unleashed for the world to marvel at his glory. But I’m not sure any of you are ready…

Stan Lee

The hero that created hero’s. A legend in the media industry who changed the landscape of comics forever. This week I explore the life of the legend that is Stan Lee and the events that lead him to become the best known comic writer and editor of all time.

Ep20- Jurassic World Failure Kingdom

In this weeks instalment I discuss the film Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom. This film, in concept, was interesting and could have been great however it seemed too rushed and cramped for one film. A film that could have been dino-mite turned into a dino-dud with what was essentially two different plots forced into one film.

Ep15- That’s What She Said

The US office, what can one even begin to say about such a show? I love it. Every time that theme tune plays I know now i’m in for one hell of a show, like the Pavlov’s dog of television. A cast of characters I fell in love with without even meaning too, and stories so outrageous you can’t help but laugh. This is the show that made working in an office look like fun.