Monthly Archive: July, 2014

Boston’s Heist

By: Connor Lenahan Yesterday night Jon Lester was supposed to start for the Boston Red Sox against the Toronto Blue Jays. The operative word here is “supposed.” Lester was scratched a few hours… Continue reading


By: Connor Lenahan One of my favorite things in the world to do is to plug myself into an audiobook and walk around Boston. When I’m not in Boston I drive around my… Continue reading

Really Useful Engines

By: Connor Lenahan For all of 2014 I have been able to post an article every single day. This is incredibly fun and rewarding for me to do, as I felt I’ve grown… Continue reading


By: Connor Lenahan So this fall Family Guy and The Simpsons will be crossing over for an hour long episode. Look, I’m an optimistic person and all, and I would be lying if I claimed that… Continue reading

The Bracket of Me

By: Connor Lenahan Lists and Brackets. These are two things I cannot get enough of. I can’t quite place my finger on it, but I think I might know why. Its a way… Continue reading

The Project

By: Connor Lenahan Last fall there was an announcement made regarding my favorite television show of all time, The Simpsons. The announcement was that the cable channel FXX had purchased the rights to every… Continue reading

Fill In The Blank

By: Connor Lenahan “Since when is it noon?” This is a question I asked myself almost every day this week. Why? Because I had spent my down time in the office playing the… Continue reading

Buy The Ticket

By: Connor Lenahan Two days ago I wrote about characters. I wrote about how my favorite part about movies were the characters rather than the story being told. I am always fascinated by… Continue reading

Tiny Humans

By: Connor Lenahan Kids are awesome. When kids are in that fluid, golden age where they are smart enough to think and speak on their own, but young enough to do it without… Continue reading


By: Connor Lenahan Something dawned on me the other day while I was finishing the first season of True Detective while flying back from Ireland. I have no business ever trying to become a… Continue reading