Funeral Selfies What a fine time to be alive! Quick rundown on ME: I’m a fun loving radical anarchist who stops for garage sales, goes all in for allspice, and enjoys a low-cal beer bong. I’ve got feet for hands and my hobbies include Godzilla, being ~cheeky~, and totally breaking down barriers, whether they be social, cultural, political, or literal barriers at concerts, sporting events, Thanksgiving Day parades et. al, because CAN'T TELL ME NOTHIN and also HARDER BETTER FASTER STRONGER. Whip the lambo when drunk but still got love for PETA. You see, we out here, and we are the change we want to see in the [...]
Four hours ago: Farewell, L. J. Davis.
Two days ago: Us. v Them: When the Liberal Media Met in Boston.
Three days ago: In Defense of Offensive Art.
Six months ago: Cherayla Davis, Amateur.
One year ago: Is It The Duty of Every Enlightened Female To Put Out?
Eighteen months ago: The Great Annual Change Bowl Cash-In!
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Every Sunday, while you brunch and have a life, politicians and other professional chatterers take to the TV shows. There, they reposition the events of the week—and, if you watch closely (or watch at all), you can see them straight up lying about things. This weekend, the best liars were Congressfolks Paul Ryan and John McCain. "McCain agrees that there is dysfunction in government, but he thinks that the Tea Party isn't responsible for it. He then just straight up lies: 'The fact is that the president never came forward with a plan. I was gratified to hear that he had plans, but there was never a specific [...]
What a week it's been! Thank you for your patronage. So if hearing five writers reveal all (or most!) about their book editors got you down, then go go change all your Internet passwords again and put on some Christmas music and learn how to make yourself some guido honey balls (that's a technical cooking term!) so you can get off the Internet now. Go! Run!
• "I am gonna produce a play called 'Al Pacino On A Beach' and it won’t have any actors, it will feature a different audience member reading the script every night doing that Al Pacino impression all humans have within them."