M.A. Brotherton

I'm not an adult, but I play one on the Internet.


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Chromebook Journey Begins

So, it’s been a long week. For those of you that might not know, I work for a government agency involved in finances on a certain day of the year. I also happen to be the receptionist for that agency. You might be able to extrapolate that to mean that I had a crazy Tuesday. I did, and I’ve been having a little bit of a struggle getting myself put back together. It took a lot more out of me than I was expecting.



The Difference Between 2 and 3

So, if you’ve been reading this blog for awhile, you know that I’ve been going through a pretty big weight loss journey for the last 8 months or so. I moved out to Montana and started a new job way back in August. After being off-work for six months before that, spent mostly laying on a love seat and consuming my body weight in junk food, I weighed a ton. Not literally a ton, but close.

388 Pounds, the last time I weighed in.


Guest Post – Elizabeth Eckhart – Divergent vs. The Hunger Games

The March 21st release of the film Divergent saw crowds lining up to catch what is only the latest in a series of films based on YA dystopian book series. Looking at the $54 million it took in on opening weekend, it’s probably safe to say the public hasn’t tired of the genre yet, but in a sea of so many films, how does it stack up to it’s most obvious competition: The Hunger Games, and is the opening weekend success a sign of more to come?

When The Hunger Games series of books were released, they were a breath of fresh air for vampire fatigued YA readers. Based on the massive success of the Twilight films, it was a logical step to turn the books into films, and after only two films (out of four) the series has brought in an astonishing $832 million. Given the similarities… Continue reading

I Can’t Win. (R-Rated)

You want to know the truth about the world? There is absolutely nothing you can do to win.

No matter how hard you work your ass off. No matter what you do, the world is going to fuck you.

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