Recommending: Orson Welles’ Paul Masson Wine Commercials

Have you, in your youth, ever seen teacher outside of school grounds? Like at the mall or buying groceries at the local overpriced and obnoxiously pretentious Whole Foods? Isn't it a strange feeling? Like you've spotted an escaped convict, or thirty-two teeth in the mouth of a NASCAR fan, or one of those children three-stacks … Continue reading Recommending: Orson Welles’ Paul Masson Wine Commercials

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Going Out In Style: Top 5 Ways to End the World

I went to summer camp as a kid. It was one of those Christian activity day camps that vaguely appropriates Native American culture to help young boys grow up with good values and better rock climbing skills if you're into that. During the nine-to-ten-year-old times at camp, they would read the Bible to us before … Continue reading Going Out In Style: Top 5 Ways to End the World

A Few Words for the President-Elect

Recently, the New York Times compiled all of Donald Trump's insults into a two page spread in their newspaper. He insults over 282 people. (You can read all about it here: http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/01/28/upshot/donald-trump-twitter-insults.html?_r=0 ) Below, I've insulted Donald Trump 282 times. 1-151 "Donald Trump, you look like..." 1. Like a microwaved GI Joe. 2. Like a … Continue reading A Few Words for the President-Elect