Book Review: Loyalty Binds Me

Back in January I read Loyalty Binds Me, one of a projected trilogy about a time-travelling Richard III--a surefire disaster or an intriguing proposition, depending on one's viewpoint. I suppose I was somewhere in the middle because, frankly, I love the idea of time travel and wish I could do it myself, but simultaneously wondered …

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You know the car that Andretti’d past you in morning traffic and then ended up at the same red light as you…?

When I think of the detrimental way speed has affected our society, two instances leap to mind: Back in the late '90s when I was in university, driving to somewhere or another I heard a radio commercial spot for Burger King. The announcer promoted a new convenience the fast-food chain had to offer its customers: …

Continue reading You know the car that Andretti’d past you in morning traffic and then ended up at the same red light as you…?