Monday, January 18, 2016

In Memory Of Glenn Frey

In Memory Of Glenn Frey

We lost another one today, a cornerstone of the Eagles, (The Band not the Football Team) Glenn Frey passed away today at the age of 67.

Surprisingly, my first encounter with his music was not anything related to the band he was a founding member of, it was actually thanks to this solo career, and music he contributed to films like Beverly Hills Cop (The Heat Is On) and Ghostbusters II (Flip City), and appearing on Miami Vice.

But it is his work with the Eagles that will be forever remembered by the majority of people, and just focusing on Glenn, I have to say he contributed perfectly to the bands harmonies, and certainly was a solid guitarist if over shadowed by other members of the band.

So my condolences to his friends and family.

VIDEO LINK: In Memory Of Glenn Frey

This Week's Comic Review #64 Priya's Shakti

To say that this week's comic book review is a bit different is an understatement, it's a PSA comic, something that is designed to draw the attention to a particular touchy subject matter. Now for more about the comic, be sure to visit its creator's website Now on to this weeks episode, which was recorded on December 19, 2015 (Yeah I film things way in advance)

My Review of the Comic (If you want to skip the video)

Right off the bat, this comic accomplishes it's goal of bringing forward and issue that is worth talking about. No woman should ever be violated, and the fact that this is still and issue and something that people don't want to bring up amazes me and not in a good way. The artwork is great in my view, and despite my own unfamiliarity with Hindu deities and Indian culture, the comic is presented in such a way where one can 'understand' both, even if as far as the culture goes, it's the seedy underbelly no one wants to know about.

VIDEO LINK: Episode #64 Priya's Shakti

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