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#GunControlNow — indeed

November 8, 2018 Declan Finn 0

To all those people who insist that law abiding citizens should disarm themselves for “everyone’s safety…” Go screw yourselves. Report: 92 Percent of Mass Shootings Since 2009 Occurred in Gun-Free Zones On October 9, the […]

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My New Editor

November 6, 2018 Declan Finn 0

I had a very odd 36 hour period during the last day or two of my honeymoon. Driving back from DragonCon, we made a stop in Virginia. We had dinner with friends, and probably would […]

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Early Reviews of Hell Spawn

November 5, 2018 Declan Finn 0

More data is in on Hell Spawn, and whether or not it may just be the best thing that I’ve ever written. Seriously, people, when reading, contemplate whether or not it gets a Dragon Award, […]

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Review: Fade, by Daniel Humphreys

October 31, 2018 Declan Finn 0

A week or two back, I noted that I found the successor to Terry Pratchett. Now, it seems I’ve tripped over the spiritual successor to Jim Butcher. Where the hell have all of these people […]

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TV Review: God Friended Me

October 29, 2018 Declan Finn 0

Let’s keep this simple and start with the official description of the show. Miles Finer is an outspoken atheist whose life is turned upside down when he receives a friend request on social media from […]

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Review: FBI

October 26, 2018 Declan Finn 0

Let’s see if I can do a really short version of the a review of the new tv show FBI. FBI, in this case, stands for “Fascists, but Integrated.” Yes, Dick Wolf, not content with […]

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TV Review: Murphy Brown (the reboot)

October 25, 2018 Declan Finn 0

Objects in TV shows are uglier than they appear in PR ads Since we are now in the era of everything being rebooted — Hawaii 5-0, Magnum PI, Roseanne, MacGyver, S.W.A.T. —┬ásomeone thought it would […]

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TV Review: New Amsterdam

October 24, 2018 Declan Finn 0

This is an odd one. New Amsterdam┬áthe show is about a hospital of the same name. It’s a rebranded Bellevue, the state run hospital in New York, made famous mostly by locking in felonious nutcases. […]