Monthly Archives: October 2018

Those Other Star Wars Comics



Comics based off of movies and television shows aren’t a new thing. As far back as the Golden Age you can find adaptations. A few of those adaptations even launched their own ongoing series. Sometimes those stories mattered and were included in what is called “cannon”. Other times those stories were just for fun, not … Continue reading Those Other Star Wars Comics


2GuysTalkingStarWars: The Empire Strikes Back (1983) Perspective Review



Frozen Tundra was a pretty normal phrase for me when I was a kid. Having grown up in Chicago, then Wisconsin, Frozen Tundras were a regular, icy occurrence but – in 1980 – there was a frozen tundra experience that started something completely different in the lives of millions. The Empire Strikes Back – the sequel to a little movie … Continue reading 2GuysTalkingStarWars: The Empire Strikes Back (1983) Perspective Review


PACE Financing for Home Energy



Theresa Garza joins us to gab about the HERO program, a way to help home and property owners make energy efficient home improvements and help finance them in a new way.  The HERO program is launching in Missouri in 2017 and utilizes PACE financing. PACE, or Property Assessed Clean Energy is a way to finance energy … Continue reading PACE Financing for Home Energy


The Monster Squad (1987) Perspective Review



As children of the 80’s, our imaginations propelled us into great adventures. Fighting against a Galactic Empire in a galaxy far, far away? Yep. Learning to “Never Say Die” as we hunt for pirate treasure through booby trapped caves? Of course. Throwing on our proton packs, crossing the streams and saving the world? Do you … Continue reading The Monster Squad (1987) Perspective Review


Stress: Passing The POLICE Oral Board



Testing. It’s something that not everyone does well. When you consider that the people that are testing you are in charge of people that will be instituting the fundamentals of law enforcement to YOU, as you attempt to enter a truly special circle of responsibility – the stress compiles fast. Look, you have to be … Continue reading Stress: Passing The POLICE Oral Board


Revamping Bat-Villains



When it comes to super villains in comic books, the norm for the longest time was make them colorful looking so they pop of the page and don’t give them too complicated of a backstory. Simple and eye catching. Once television and animation became a factor, comic book fans were seeing their favorite characters acted … Continue reading Revamping Bat-Villains


Walking the Talk…



Millennials are paying close attention to the stories behind the brands, companies, manufacturers and builders they patronize. Before purchasing, consumers today are more apt to research a company’s values and how those values affect the way they conduct business. Millennials tend to choose products, brands and businesses that are involved in the betterment of struggling … Continue reading Walking the Talk…


Presidential Bio: Ronald Wilson Reagan (RWR) – The 40th President of The United States



Who was the only President that served as the leader of a labor union? Who was a lifeguard credited with saving more than 70 struggling swimmers? He redefined the purpose of government. Spurred economic growth by cutting taxes and government spending, and won The Cold War with the fall of Communism? If you guessed Ronald … Continue reading Presidential Bio: Ronald Wilson Reagan (RWR) – The 40th President of The United States


Ready to Help “America Solve Our Own Problems?”



Just about every parent, mentor and successful business owner (and some that have failed) will tell you “if you don’t like the answers to problems given to you, find a solution yourself” which molds perfectly into THIS episode of WadeSense. Let’s face it: America has a BUNCH of problems. Who better to device a solution … Continue reading Ready to Help “America Solve Our Own Problems?”


Stuff that Makes a House a Home



The stuff our homes are made of has changed as the world has become a smaller place.  While houses used to be built from whatever was available, usually locally, materials now may come from anywhere and everywhere.  Using resources – materials and products – wisely is a key practice of green building and includes practices … Continue reading Stuff that Makes a House a Home