Ryan L. Fox
If there was one thing that the New England Patriots lacked in 2021 is a quality win against an opponent with a record of .500 or better. The three wins the Patriots have were against teams that had a record worse .500 (including two against the lowly New York Jets). Looking to get their first win against such an opponent, the team head all the way to the west coast to take on the Los Angeles Chargers on Halloween.
Last year when these two teams met, the Patriots absolutely annihilated the Chargers at SoFI Stadium by the final score of 45-0. This time around, the game was a lot closer. Both teams slogged it out for 60 minutes, the score see-sawing with no team getting a lead no greater than a 10 points. But when the final gun sounded, only one team was able to hold their head up high, feeling confident with a victory over a tough opponent…and it wasn’t the Chargers who were holding their heads high.
Ryan L. Fox
There are Three Things certain in life: death, taxes, yours truly trying out really spicy food. It is a small guilty pleasure of mine to consume spicy food whether it be wings, sandwiches, or even a donut. So when Burger King came out and announced that they had released a new spicy Ghost Pepper Chicken Nugget, like a moth to a flame, I was attracted to it and I knew I had to try to.
The doughboys are back with another weekly episode. Jimbo believes Macbooks will be able to play video games in the near future. Bodega Kat & Jimbo showcase their talent by naming pornstars based off of scene dialogues. Tik Tok star Digitalprincxss was arrested for child neglect. She was found innocent by the court, but made a Tik Tok video after being released from jail. Check this episode out to see what they have to say. Thank you for watching & enjoy the show!
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- Allen "VipPrimo" Harris
I've seen a good deal of reviews, so I'll add my two cents. I used to write these things so why not get back into it and see where it goes.
Dune is an amazing and multi-faceted story. It's one of those stories that, in some respect, is a fever dream fueled by drugs and the opening of the mind to new horizons that are wholly grounded in monarchical society. While some stories just say stand on a table, Dune would like you to hold your breath and spin around until you almost pass out. Even with that caveat, it's still a pretty good story because it does some very good world building and doesn't get too off in the reeds, keeps it to a couple of noble houses and it's easy to keep up. The problem is this idea doesn't convey really well to the big screen. It's a very slow burn and the story of the chosen one is a tired one that has been done in other movies far better, such as the Matrix and Star Wars, and I think that's because they were made for film. The story is linear, but it slams on the brakes a couple of times hard and you need a solid seat belt writer to make it work.
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