Who to Interview?

One person that is a big consideration is Dylan, the founder of the Ybor Chicken Society. The Ybor Chicken Society is exactly what you think it is: a society dedicated to the chickens roaming Ybor City. But there’s more it than that. One of Dylan’s main goals is to preserve a harmony between the chickens and the businesses of Ybor.

Dylan has a big passion for those birds and so do I. Ybor city would not be the same without them. The Chickens have a long history with Ybor City and it’s important to educate the people and protect our feathered friends

The Ybor Chicken Society has a instagram that you can follow @yborchickens.

They are also dealing with one of their chickens, Ricky sustaining being burnt alive. Thankfully, the First Ladies Farm is taking care of him but they need help with paying for medical expenses. You can donate to the Ybor Chicken Society in the link provided below:




A Brief Introduction On Myself

So, it’s come to my awareness that I haven’t properly introduced myself.

Hello, my name is Catherine. I am 20 years old and I live in Tampa, Florida. I’ve lived in this state and city my entire life. Everything you heard about Florida is true.

I’m currently attending a community college to obtain an A.A. Degree in Mass Communications. After community college, I am planning on transferring to university to obtain a B.A.

I have a wide variety of interests and hobbies. I like to edit videos and make art. I also like video games including Pokemon and Dragon Age. I’m not a social person by any means and I’d rather hang with the chickens of Ybor City. Yes, I am the crazy chicken…person.

Pink, things from the 80s and 90s, social justice, feminism, and plants are my aesthetic.

I also run a YouTube Channel. If you are curious, I may post a video here.

I’m not posting a pic of myself because I’m not too comfortable with that. So, have a picture of a chicken instead:



For those unaware, the FCC introduced a new bill that would lead to the death of net neutrality. How will they kill it, may you ask? It’s simple:

Get customers not only pay $75-$100 on Internet, but have them pay extra for “Premium Packages” like social media websites and access to email for an additional $5.99 a month. Then, companies can slow websites they feel aren’t getting the traffic, but will speed others that make them the money.

Net Neutrality allows to do everything on the Internet for free without the fear of corporations getting involved. Now is the time to be concerned

Many companies like Comcast, AT&T and Verizon are all in support of this. The FCC does not care about your disdain for this bill.

There’s a few ways to stop this and to save Net Neutrality.

  1. Contact your reps. Contact them via Email or phone and voice your concern for this bill. It can help them say No
  2. Go to battleforthenet.com . They will give you advice on how to cntact your reps, sign a petition, and where to go to protests.

The vote will be determined on Dec. 14. We will know the decision on Dec. 15.

Save the Internet. Don’t let corporate greed ruin our freedom of the Internet.

Mike Laidlaw Leaves BioWare after 14 Years

Mike Laidlaw, a director who was involved with games like Mass Effect, Jade Empire, and most famously the Dragon Age franchise. He was creative director for Dragon Age: Inquisition. He never gave a reason as to why he left aside from that it was time to move on.

David Gaider, creator and former lead writer of the Dragon Age franchise also left BioWare in early 2016 to form his company, Beamdog Studios with other ex BioWare members.

As for the future of Dragon Age, a fourth title has been confirmed to be in development. Aside from that, nothing else is known of the game.