He was one of the most brilliant scientists of the 20th and 21st Centuries – a genius who helped us unlock the secrets of the universe – he was also an inspiration to anyone who struggled with disability, having with diagnosed with motor neurone disease at the age of 22, given only a few years… Read more

Gun Twits on Twitter

Allow me to preface this post by pointing out that I am well aware there are millions of responsible gun owners out there. Sadly, there don’t appear to be many on Twitter, as the following demonstrate: First up… Your car is a deadly weapon so ban it and get rid of it so you don't… Read more

Star Trek and Gun Control

But unusual this one, but I dislike seeing something I love being misappropriated to support the foolish notion of unfettered access to deadly weapons as somehow being a good thing. Regarding Star Trek and civilian gun rights, this thread will be my running list of examples, since a lot of people are mistakenly claiming that… Read more

Happy Anniversary Nintendo Switch!

Well, it’s been a year since I was finally able to get my grubby meerkat paws upon the Nintendo Switch (thank you Mum!). It’s therefore also been a year since I got my mitts on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. One year on, how do I feel about the Switch, Breath of… Read more

Film Reviews: Black Panther

Welcome to a revolution. The 18th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (yes, eighteen and still going) is a cultural tour de force, a reckoning for how African cultures are portrayed, as well as providing a platform for black people that’s been sorely needed. Beyond that, the film is very good, throwing up some interesting… Read more