Posts in category "Satire"

Four Months Off: Bucket List for Luis Suarez

Four Months Off: Bucket List for Luis Suarez
As everyone around the world now knows, Luis Suarez is in hot water. The Uruguay and Liverpool FC forward, widely regarded as one of the best players in the world, was banned by FIFA from all football for four months on Thursday for biting an Italian centerback Giorgio Chellini during play. Moreover, this isn’t the... Read more »

10 More Good Things About the Government Shutdown

10 More Good Things About the Government Shutdown
It’s amazing how little can get done in a week. Or, two weeks, that is, when you consider that our government –Congress, the President, whomever you’d like to blame– have burned through the last two weeks without a resolution to pass a budget. Better yet, we’re told that if the gridlock doesn’t end by October... Read more »

Google Glass, Google Hangouts... Now Google Breathalyzer!

Google Glass, Google Hangouts... Now Google Breathalyzer!
I’m not much of a gadget guy. And I like to make fun of stuff.  But two summers ago when I got an esteemed “invitation” to join Google+, I jumped all over it. Initially, all of my more tech-savvy and tech-connected friends had gotten their invites at G+’s launch and were trotting the social media... Read more »
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Three Never-Written Sports Books That Should Be

Three Never-Written Sports Books That Should Be
In the world of sports, books are big. And even though we don’t think of our pro athletes as the main source for what’s next in literature, books about sports figures or ones written by them count among a large and likely growing share of biographies available at your local Barnes & Noble. Much of... Read more »

Seven Deadly Sins: The Eighth Sin, Rebellion

Seven Deadly Sins: The Eighth Sin, Rebellion
Some time ago I read a little “advice” from one of those home magazines. Real Simple, a magazine that has a lot of great ideas about everything, veered a little wide of their expertise. One of their regular contributors and scrawled something crucial about an action I should take in my kitchen. This advice from... Read more »