Jeffery Simpson Day

Has no grade point average. All courses, incomplete. Whereabouts unknown.

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When To Walk

  I think it’s safe to say we’re currently living in the greatest era in TV history. Not only are there more programs to choose from these days, but even if you preferred how shows were back in the day, we currently have platforms to re-watch pretty much any episode (or any part of any

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Oscars Preview

  Forgive me, my memories of 1997 are a little hazy. It was a strange time for me. I was waaaaaay into reading crappy sci-fi/fantasy novels for no readily apparently reason other than the fact that someone had gone through the trouble of writing them. Or, in the case of David Eddings, that he had

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Addition Through Inaction

  The Premier League summer silly season ended Monday night (at 6:00pm or 7:00pm, I’m not sure, I’ve never really understood the metric system) not with a whimper, but with a bang. The annual deadline day blockbuster, the annual deadline day steal, the annual deadline day head-scratcher…all the usual suspects were presented to us by

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Summer Blockbuster Travel Guide

  Summer is the time of vacations and blockbuster movies, and they say all good things must come to an end. Not just the good things end, though, thankfully this summer’s blockbuster season did, too. It was a decidedly rough year for the blockbuster, with box office grosses (not to mention movie quality) down across

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  You may not be aware of this, but 2001 was a surprisingly long time ago. Believe me, I’ve done the math. For reference, though, 2001 was the year the world learned Middle Earth looked a lot like New Zealand, and it was also the year we all began to wonder whether any of the

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  The first few months of 2000 were a strange time in the United States. Half the country was living off provisions they’d stockpiled in their basements believing the world would end (whether for religious- or computer-related reasons), the Tennessee Titans had just come up a yard short of almost winning a Super Bowl (which,

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  [Author’s note: When I refer to “football” in the following article, I mean American football, while what the rest of the world calls football is referred to as “soccer.” Just want to make that clear, so I’ll be upsetting the right people.]

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  You know that scene toward the end of Devil’s Advocate when Keanu Reeves walks out onto the streets of New York and there’s nobody there? Literally nobody. And it’s so quiet you can hear the sound of Al Pacino overacting all the way across town? (That was a trick question, even at normal New