The Pop Culture Cafe



Hey my fellow nerds/geeks/dweebs, what ever you are called or call yourself. My blog is where I can express my thoughts on the strange world of nerds. I hope you enjoy your visit here. I not really concerned about going into deep about the things I talk about but more concerned with the fun. To me the fun part is what I am more interested in. Did I have a good time reading that comic or that movie. Did I have fun. If you want deep thoughts I think you can find many sites out there that do that.  So stop by and help me find the fun, stupid, ridicules, strange in the  world of Pop Culture.



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  1. PRESS RELEASE. May, 2021. SmallFry Press, BC. Canada.

    The recently published, Confessions of an Ethical Drug Dealer by Jimi Fritz, is a psychedelic travelogue and memoir now available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Google Books, Apple Books and Kobo.

    The book is a witty treatise on a life based on individuality, creativity and virtue. Jimi Fritz takes us on a journey both geographical and philosophical, while sharing a half-century of adventures in buying, selling and consuming psychedelic drugs. Along the way we learn the difference between smart drugs and dumb drugs, the truth about religion, and how to make a perfect cup of tea.

    The book is available for review and the author is available for interviews.

    Here’s what people are saying:

    “This book has rather blown me away. It’s the best thing I’ve read in quite a while. Confessions is full of wonderful anecdotes and some truly eye-opening philosophy. I know that many people will love reading it.”
    – Tatiana Wilde, Literary Consultant, UK.

    “Totally absorbing. Creative non-fiction at its best.”
    – Trina Woods, Writer and Therapist.

    “This book is a marvel. Fast paced, action packed, and a thoughtful exposition on the intrinsic human need for meaningful social connections.”
    – Abby Pollen Worth, MA. Marketing Specialist.

    “I can’t wait to read your book. I just dipped into a few passages and not only are you an incredibly strong writer, but you’re a great storyteller too.”
    – Rachel Cone-Gorham, Literary Agent at RXD Agency in New York.

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