I spent six years of my childhood living in a ski resort town. You probably haven't heard of it. It was a small town in Arizona that most people who aren't from the area don't know. If you know a ski resort in Arizona you are probably thinking of the other one. Kids who are born … Continue reading The terrifying and exhilarating feeling of skiing again after 30 years
The theme of my 2017 goals had been living in the real world. Unfortunately, each days news was a reminder that the real world of 2017 wasn't a great place to be. Luckily my goals were not the type of things to be impacted by politics, hurricanes, stories of sexual harassment or any of the … Continue reading How I did with my 2017 goals
By now it's pretty clear that our world and society as we know it are going down hill. A dystopian future feels inevitable, but are some dystopias better than others? It depends on who you are. Luckily, your astrological sign can tell you which futuristic hellscape is best for you! Aries - Your sign dominates … Continue reading Which dystopia is best for your astrological sign?
A guest post by Brett Baker I’ve always thought of trick-or-treat as sort of a challenge. The kid who utters those words is basically saying, “You’re going to give me some candy, or you’re going to risk suffering the consequences.” And most adults give in to the pint-sized extorters without giving it a second thought. … Continue reading Halloween trick ideas for when I’m stingy with candy
Recently the President of the United States used his usual level of tasteful eloquence to call NFL players who kneel during the National Anthem sons of bitches. Teresa Kaepernick, mother of Colin Kaepernick who famously began taking the knee during the National Anthem to protest racist police violence, had the perfect comeback: "Guess that makes me … Continue reading Hooray for the bitches who mother those oft-cited SOBs