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Lord John Marburry: The Tolerance Break

Any good Buddhist will tell you the path to nirvana is moderation, and marijuana is no exception. The tolerance break is a long practiced tradition amongst habitual, high-functioning stoners, and there is good evidence to show that it actually heightens … Continue reading

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Barry Jive: Queens of the Stoneage “…Like Clockwork” Review

After a six year hiatus, the ironically titled “…Like Clockwork” was released and all frustration about the long wait were assuaged. Honestly, the long wait didn’t seem that long, as the last album I purchased by QOTSA was 2001’s “Songs … Continue reading

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Review: Paramore’s “Self-Entitled” Album

Simon Theory’s 1-Line Review: While playing less like a Paramore album and more of a Hayley Williams solo album, the tracks are bursting with energy, depth, and versatility making it their most critically-acclaimed album to date. With the departure of … Continue reading

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Barry Jive: Thor

Lets be honest. I’ve never been a big Marvel Comics fan, I’ve never been a big Avengers fan and I’ve never been a big Thor fan. Whats more, I’ve always found the concept behind Thor a bit silly. Iron men, … Continue reading

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Review: “Atlas Shrugged”

Simon Theory’s 1-Line Review: A misguided devotion to ideology mixed with writing undeserving of a “Modern Classic” adaptation, this film is as tedious to watch as it is to listen to the ideologues defend it. Rating: Wait until Cable and … Continue reading

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Review: Scream 4

Simon Theory’s 1-Line Summary: A remake of a spoof of a satire of a genre flick in a long line of sequels boils down to a sloppy mess of “almost” moments never quite panning out to its full potential. Rating: … Continue reading

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