I taught my grandma how to use facetime and since then, the “burden” of daily non urgent care has been shared amongst about 15 people instead of the couple ones that drove to check on her regularly.
tech can be very helpful, especially so when every burden falls on the same one because “dude you’re right there, we are… Read more
I want an episode of The Flash where Barry travels through time again, and Gary spends the whole story following him around, impotently trying to stop him.
I’d argue that the original Crisis on Infinite Earths only helped the DC universe a little bit and then hindered it a lot. Sure, there were a lot of alternate Earths and a lot of stuff to remember and combining the JSA and JLA into one world was a good idea (even if it did result in the Hawkman Problem), but… Read more
I wasn’t a kid that long ago, but even 20 years ago when I was a depressed pre-teen, my parents were staunchly against any mental health interventions of any kind. It’s good that people are more accepting of therapy now. If you suspected your child had a physical health problem, from asthma to bad eyesight, to… Read more
They have special eyes.
Ganondorf might have been rehydrated, but now everyone else is parched.
The nipple ring on the Amiibo is a nice touch.
He may be well hydrated but there’s a lot of girls and guys suffering from some serious thirst as a result.
Wow this owns. Shoot me an email at Gita.jackson at Kotaku dot com!
I love reading, but the fetishization of all books is just so irritating. I’ve had people chastise me for dogearing pages of my own mass market paperbacks. One, it’s a mass market paperback that I probably bought from the used bookstore, and two, I bought it, not you. If I want to eat every page after I’ve read it,… Read more