About

Short form: This is just a blog commenting on all kinds of useless stuff.

I wanted a public place to post stories and videos I find that are either funny or interesting to me. I have a personal blog for more serious stuff and I wanted this one to be less serious. I also needed to stop posting these items to my Facebook page since my “friends” now tend to ignore them.

The topics I will focus on here is culture, music, films, and non-serious items about life.

About the author

Doug lives in Ohio and is on an endless narcissistic attempt to create a cult following to hide his lack of talent and intelligence about a wide range of topics.

Other blogs from the author include Doug’s Views and Secular Left

Comments Policy

Review Geek welcomes comments on posts and feedback in general, however there some rules. You are a guest here and have no right to be heard. Some new or anonymous comments left on individual posts maybe held for moderation. This is mainly to address spam frequent in the blogosphere. The editor reviews these comments and approves those that are not spam or disguised as spam. The editor reserves the right to edit or remove any comment at any time. The final decision is the editor and his alone.

It shouldn’t have to be said but here it is: All comments appearing on Review Geek are the views and opinions of the author and should not be considered the views and opinions of Review Geek or its editor.

Video Clip Disclaimer

Unless noted all video clips used in posts on this blog are embeds from a sharing site, a TV network website or a film’s website. The creators of the properties and clips own all copyrights and they can and do pull clips so the video may not be available from this blog in the future. The editor here only makes sure an embed or video works for a week or two after the post is published, after that time period, if the video is no longer available, feel free to visit the particular website to see more recent clips. The links should be in the post in question. This blog is based in the United States and some media companies limit which regions can view video clips. Review Geek has no power to change this so if the video is blocked in your region, contact the content producer and complain.