First things first, to keep people updated. TPD (The Potterheads' Debate) will be an ongoing series. It should be posted every Saturday, and if not, angrily message me because I will have probably procrastinated until I didn't have it on time.
TPD will essentially be a... More →
“Time is Galleons, little brother.” – Fred, The Order of the Phoenix by J.K. Rowling
“You know that objectifying your fellow woman makes you a traitor to Feminism.” – Mio, The Night Itself by Zoë Marriott
“Hitting is the language of cowards and drunkards.” – Dashti’s mother,... More →
The Avengers: Loki and Hawkeye fooled a retinal scanner by scanning a man’s eyeball with one device and transmitting it to another device, which was used on the scanner.
X-Men: Mystique fooled a retinal scanner by shapeshifting into another person.
Minority Report: A man fooled retinal scanners... More →
As some of you might have heard:
~~Sparklers, Sparklers: I've been thinking
What a fun thing it would be
If we all blogged some Classic Lit
In Summer 2K17? ~~
Here's the deal:
We, the Sparklers, reside in one of the coolest, most bookish places on the whole wide interwebs. I,... More →
Suppose you are an avid reader. (You probably are...)
But you are facing that dilemna that so many of us face. WELL, I have the solution for you as I am going to start doing monthly book suggestions that I would reccomend with a few comments... More →
Generally speaking, there are two types of dystopias: ones where you live in constant fear and ones where everything seems idyllic. Some time ago, I made a list of the scariest dystopias to live in:
This is... More →
For my fourth-year Sparkversary, I’ve decided to honor the actual Sparknotes on Sparknotes by giving my thoughts on the last few literature texts I studied.
The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne
In 17th-century Salem, a woman is condemned for adultery and forced to wear a scarlet “A”... More →