Matt Sweetwood has built himself a mental time machine. He is going to go back and change all the things that went wrong in his life. Here is how his journey went.
There’s a lot we can learn from movies. Especially the one’s that inadvertently teach us about being a father. — What is missing from the future as you imagine? I don’t consider myself a fan of Matthew McConaughey. Maybe I’m a bit insecure of men who are far more rich and handsome than me and […]
Fire up the flux capacitor, Doc, and let’s head back to 1969.
Happy #BacktotheFutureDay! Patrick Sallee was a huge fan of Back to the Future when he was a kid. Now, on the 30th anniversary, he’s contemplating time travel himself. #Ad
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