A new trailer for “Spider-Man: Far From Home” came this week. One of the big surprises was Nick Fury of S.H.I.E.L.D. replacing Tony Stark in the father figure role to a young Peter Parker. Since the story line for the new Spider-Man movie takes place just minutes after the ending of “The Avengers: Endgame,” that raises an interesting question. Who is the better spider-daddy, Tony Stark or Nick Fury?Read more “Who’s Your Daddy, Spider-Man?”
You have often heard stories or seen videos of Amazon packages being stolen from a porch by a random package thief walking off the street. That is nothing compared to what goes on inside an apartment complex. The porch is the doorstep to your apartment, the street is your building hallway, and that random package thief is most likely your next door neighbor. And packages disappear all the time.
If your leasing office does accept packages on your behalf, their business hours are often the same as your working hours and you will have to wait until the weekend to pick up your package. Beyond using Amazon Locker for Amazon packages, sending packages to a FedEx or UPS store, and renting a post office box for everything else, there are few alternative solutions for apartment residents.
That’s where the Hub by Amazon comes in.Read more “What Is Hub by Amazon for My Apartment Complex?”
William Shatner tells a behind-the-scene story of stealing Leonard Nimoy’s bicycle while working on the set of “Star Trek: The Original Series” to a new audience at Silicon Valley Comic Con 2017.
Picked up “Vlog Like a Boss: How to Kill It Online with Video Blogging” by Amy Schmittauer from the 7-11 Amazon Locker before work, took a train ride after work, and opened the package at home.
A honey bee rested on my windbreaker while I waited for a bus under a bright autumn afternoon sun.
A Godzilla cosplayer dances to the Rock Band 3 video game rendition of “Godzilla” by Blue Oyster Cult at the Big Wow Comicfest 2014 (San Jose California USA).
I submitted five haiku to a Fukushima-themed poetry anthology in 2014 that was never published. One of the haiku was about Godzilla awakening to the Fukushima radiation seeping into the Pacific Ocean. My first video on YouTube.