London Pound Cake 75 & Platinum Cake
Welcome to another cannabis review from me, the Houstonian in Montreal. You can read all about who I am in regards to this article series right here, or you can scroll on past all that and we can talk about some dank(ish) nugs.
Here's the Thing About Centaurworld and Its Finale
This is it. The review of the final two episode of Centaurworld. Presumably this won't be the end of the series, although no announcement has been made by Netflix regarding the status of a second season. Still, there is plenty to unpack in the two-part finale of this incredible show, and I am chomping at the bit to do just that. Before going any further, I'd like to take this time to point your attention to the first and second articles in this review series in case you haven't read either of those and want to know exactly what it is you're getting into. With all that said, let's finish this walk down the Rainbow Road together to dig into the end of the first season of Centaurworld. Beware of spoilers and excessive crying ahead.
Here's the Thing About 'Centaurwold' (part two)
As of the time of this writing, it has been a week since Centaurworld debuted on Netflix, and just as long since I took the time to dive into what I assumed would be a middling show at best. I was wrong, and now we're here. If you would like to read my thoughts surrounding the first four episodes of the series, you can follow the link right here. Otherwise, let's go ahead and get right to it, but do beware of spoilers ahead.
Here's the Thing About 'Centaurworld' (part one)
I wasn't sure that I would write another review type breakdown of an animated show anytime soon after the one about Hilda, but here we are, and all because of Centaurworld. God damn Centaurworld.
Return to Sender
All that Garrett could do was stare from where he stood in the open doorway, unsure of whether he should enter the room fully or turn and run. Running wasn't going to help. This was already the last place he could think of to run away to. The old garage was mostly abandoned, but his uncle still owned it and no one outside of the family even knew where it was. Except the package already waiting for him in the middle of the room when he arrived.
What is Vocal to You?
For as long as I can reasonably remember, I have wanted to be a writer. I fell in love with comic books at an early age, and as early as four years old I wanted to be the guy who told those stories. Clearly, Vocal is not a platform for that specifically, but it is a place to tell stories in general. It's also a place to make money, potentially.
Orders Given Under Unfortunate Circumstances
This series begins with Lockets Full of Instructions. This story takes place after the events of Summer on the Horizon. We've had a nice run in this place, I think. At the very least I have. Everyone else seems to have been happy here, too. We all did the best we could. We're going to keep doing the best we can. Maybe when the others get back we can get back to just that. I pray that the others get back.
Salsa Sin Compromiso
Growing up just outside of Houston made it easy for my parents to take me on day trips to Mexico when I was a child. We would leave in the morning and come back across the border just before sundown. Of course, all of this was well before 9/11 made traveling like that on a whim much more time consuming. Those miniature getaways still left a deep impression on me, as well as an appreciation for everything we tasted along the way. It isn't that Mexican food was ever hard to find back home, but Tex-Mex and taco trucks are far different from the deeply charred and smoky flavors that reigned supreme on the other side of the border.