The (unwanted) Interview in Hollywood

Yes, it is extremely ironic that Mother Nature decided to bless Toronto with a mini snow storm right after my ‘perma-grass’ post, but nevertheless the snow is already melting so my post isn’t completely useless. Though the snow is melting, there is a drop in the temperature tomorrow making all the slush turn to ice; these sudden changes in climate are killing my hair, lips and mood. Not only are these temperature changes unwanted because it could potentially delay my flight back to Ottawa, but more importantly it make humans and animals more perceptible to catching illnesses and weakens both our immune systems and our climates air quality.

Speaking of unwanted issues my mum was randomly recently telling me her opinion on “The Interview” yesterday; for those of you who haven’t heard of this new movie, it stars James Franco and Seth Rogan- both notorious for their use of social extremes in films, such as their use of marijuana in “Pineapple Express”. Mum expressed how the movie was garbage, full of useless humour and that the popularity of the film gained through threats to not release the film, did not help the quality of the movie experience at all. This unwanted threat was effective in causing tension about the movie’s release as it’s about the planned assassination of North Korean Dictator Kim Jong Un; but the controversy of the whole movie topic and release overshadowed the actual content which reflected in ratings on sites like rotten tomato and metacritic. I was speculating about whether Sony had something to do with the threat since the new PS4 server was down during the time of the threat, but nothing has been confirmed.

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Here’s a link to the trailer if you haven’t seen it:

Till next time,

S

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Perma-grass?

This has been a lovely Saturday morning; I wake up with foggy eyes and stretch to the other side of my bed to open the blinds. At this time of year one expects to be greeted by a white blanket out their window but I’m rudely awakened by lifeless grass and the lack of snow Toronto has in January. Where did the snow go? Is this going to be a permanent climate change? Obviously I’m not the only one who can figure out that Global Warming is becoming a more pressing issue than many of us anticipated. Perhaps many saw this coming but couldn’t bend Mother Nature’s will; either or I have decided that this weather is unacceptable and need to start a change in my ecological footprint. I already use public transportation, drying racks and wash all dishes by hand. My next step is going to be keeping a compost bucket and to replace all my lightbulbs to ones that save energy.

What’s yours?

Till next time,

S

The Beginning

With the dawn of a New Year, I can’t help but to embrace my new found appreciation for the power of blogging. I have been writing my whole life, and with that I have developed a strong sense of opinions and values that I MUST start expressing before my mind explodes. I am going to focus this blog on controversial, popular, and useful social topics that are circulating in society.

I am quickly learning that patience is key when creating a blog so I am hoping that if any followers are gained, that you are patient with me as well.

Till next time,

S