Archive for April 2012
As the gloomy clouds of the political hurricane creep toward our country, I am reminded of the polarization of America. No, no, not what Al Gore is talking about with those silly polar ice caps melting up in the north, but the unbridled hatred that develops when the political arena asks the sides of Democrat... Read more »
Last night (April 19th, 2012) at the Chicago Theatre, I had the distinct pleasure of introducing my dad to Daniel Tosh, my hero in the world of awkward. “What kind of comedy does he do?” my dad asked prior to the show. “He basically makes fun of everybody. Tries to offend everything and piss off... Read more »
Part 1 of 2… Take it easy, sports fans This is a story of love, a story of uncharted passion between two prevalent things in our life: awkward moments and sports. We should all personally thank the athletes of our favorites sports (and teams) for the entertainment these Herculean Heroes provide during the course of our lives.... Read more »
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