Archive for January 2014

The 5 W's of Emerging Artist Alison Meaney

The 5 W's of Emerging Artist Alison Meaney
From a big family with art in her blood, emerging Chicago paintress Alison Meaney has been making the world a brighter place since she came smiling into it.  Alison is a cheerful Irish gal with a heart of gold, a contagious laugh, and the strokes of a super whimsical, dancing  paintbrush once used by her... Read more »

12 Common Events Annoying People Put on Social Media Every. Single. Time

12 Common Events Annoying People Put on Social Media Every. Single. Time
In real life the Golden Rule is, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”  But on social media the golden rule appears to be, “Show others whatever you want,  even if it’s the kind stuff that annoys you when other people post it. Screw them, this is about me!” Here are... Read more »

Clark the Cub was Financed by 50 Shades of Grey Movie Marketers

Clark the Cub was Financed by 50 Shades of Grey Movie Marketers
(this is satire) It was recently discovered that Clark the Cub, the Cubs’ new mascot, is the result of an advanced-marketing scheme by Universal Pictures for the third installment of the Fifty Shades of Grey Trilogy due out in 2023. Under this marketing plan, Clark will condition children to be more accepting of BDSM once... Read more »
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NFL Playoff Matchups of Annoying Fan Bases

NFL Playoff Matchups of Annoying Fan Bases
Only when you  support a team is it easy to figure out which team is in your best interest to cheer for.  But if you don’t really care about either team, your self-interest focuses from, “Which team would make me happier to see in the Super Bowl?” to, “Which team would be less annoying to... Read more »

10 Out of 10 Kids Love Snowstorms, and 10/10 Grown ups Hate Them. Does Hating Snow Make us old?

10 Out of 10 Kids Love Snowstorms, and 10/10 Grown ups Hate Them. Does Hating Snow Make us old?
Imagine you are in charge of spreading the word about a major snowstorm, and you’re tasked with informing two different groups (of roughly about 100 people) of the storm. Your first stop will be at a Fortune 500 insurance company, and the second will be an elementary school. Once all the insurance people shuffle into... Read more »