Jacquel Rassenworth on Stan Lee

Well, I guess even heroes die.

Today, I just received the news that Stan Lee, the guy in charge of Marvel Comics and responsible for creating many of those comic book characters that you like, such as Spider Man, the Avengers, the X-Men, and Black Panther, had died.

Right now, I’m feeling crushed, and you should all know why. I have spoken about many Marvel movie on this particular blog, and I’m still pretty mad about what happened in Infinity War.

But that’s a whole different story.

I already know that so many of you who are reading this blog are feeling the pain of losing such a great guy, so if you want to express your feelings, please comment down below.

I will provide a list of every Marvel movie I wrote about later on.

As Stan Lee once said, “Excelsior“.

Jacquel Rassenworth on Barbara Bush

Well, I usually don’t like doing things like this, but I have no choice.

Last night, I had fallen asleep (because I had spent Monday recovering from Coachella) and when I woke up, I found out on Twitter that former First Lady Barbara Bush had recently died.

This makes me sad.

As we all know, Barbara Bush was the wife of George H. W. Bush and the mother of George W. Bush, both of whom became president of the United States during the years 1989-2009. (Excluding 1993-2001, when Bill Clinton was president.) But I know she did more than that, especially as far as her literacy campaign was concerned.

I feel that I must say a prayer for the Bush family in their time of grief, and you should say a prayer too.

Jacquel Rassenworth on September 2017

OK, so it’s now the month of September and guess what? I’m already done with this year. And you want to know why? It’s because I’m sick to death of everything that’s happening since the year began. I’m already sick to death of this country and I wonder how well we could handle a deadly plague of epic proportions when it happens.

Trust me. We need a disaster to bring us together.

Anyway, not to be all doom and gloom, I bet you all want to know what happened to the Stale Grapes News, as you want your “real alternative, yet unbiased” news. Well, I’m sorry to say that I won’t be doing the Stale Grapes News anymore. It’s not because I don’t like doing the news, but I’ve got far too much to do to make up any news stories. So, sorry about that.

Anyway, I’m glad you’re all still here with me despite my haughtiness. But now I must get off this blog or I’ll never get my homework done.

Jacquel Rassenworth on the 20th Anniversary of the Death of Princess Diana

I can’t believe this is happening. I really can’t believe it. But it’s happening anyway, so what can I do about it?

Believe it or not, everyone, it’s been 20 years since Princess Diana died in a horrible car accident in Paris, France.

Unfortunately, I cannot recall where I was on that day, seeing as I was a baby when it happened. But my dad could tell you that he was about 7 years old when he watched the wedding of Prince Charles and Princess Diana on TV.

To this day, I still despise Prince Charles for obvious reasons. I shutter to think about what his parents went through all the years he was an idiot.

But that’s not what this blog post is about.

Before I go any further, I sometimes can’t help but wonder what Diana would be doing right now when she learns that her sons are settling down and building families. I guess we’ll never know, as she never should’ve died in that accident in the first place.

Oh crap. Now I have the sads.

Jacquel Rassenworth on Eclipse 2017

OK, can I just say what was that? I don’t know what was going on, but this eclipse was majorly unbelievable! It’s like everybody goes crazy when the moon blocks the sun.

I hate to say it, but it won’t be as much fun when the moon blocks the sun and the sky turns blood red and the Cthulhu shows up and terrorizes the world.

OK, I really need to lay off the H.P. Lovecraft and start reading something more age-appropriate. I’m starting to scare people.

Anyway, hope y’all had a good eclipse and I’ll get back to you about Game of Thrones later.

Jacquel Rassenworth Welcomes August 2017

Hello everyone! Hope your summer is going great. As for me, I must admit that being an adult is not at all how I thought it would be. Not when I have to move out of my dad’s house and find a place to live. I envy Shara, who is staying with a friend while she is at Fresno. I’m amazed at how she could find someone to move in with so quickly while I have a hard time finding a roommate. Can’t a girl just be alone without society trying to force her to date another girl? Come on now!

As a result, I’m going to take a 1-week hiatus until I can get something figured out. But as we all know, I always have something done in less than 3 days. 

I’ll let you all know when that happens.