I’m a stand-up comedian. Because I’m an unknown commodity in a world that trades on fame, I perform wherever I’m hired; I don’t get to pick-and-choose. Unlike name comedians like Chris Rock who bring their fans to the venue, I perform in front of customers who entered...
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Kanye & Kim: The Perfect Couple
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are all the talk. Some are worried, some enjoy the drama, Goddamn if I wouldn’t like us to just ignore them both.
Goddammit, Hire Me as Your Public Relations Consultant
So many companies get in trouble, simply because I’m not their public relations consultant. Let’s change that.
It’s A Wonderful Life: Modern Edition
Every year, It’s A Wonderful Life makes us laugh and cry. But isn’t it time for an update? A modern take on the classic film?
The Millennial Killing Field
If you have eyeballs, every few months you'll see the same article: "Millennials Are Killing the (Fill in the Blank) Industry." The stories are always kissing cousins, and they're everywhere. Right-wing sources, "fake news," pop culture infotainment... they all like...
Facebook: A Fascist Site Gets Worse
Facebook has always been a site ruled capriciously and with a heavy hand, but lately it has been getting worse.
The Unfortunate Truth About Belief
There are facts, and there are beliefs. Sometimes the two match up, but when they are at odds, belief will always win.
The Unbearable Hypocrisy of Being
Would Jerry Falwell Jr. be in such hot water right now if he’d just lived and let live, instead of being a lying hypocrite?
I Lost a Friend to Joe Rogan
The Joe Rogan Experience is the most popular podcast. Naturally, this makes it the biggest target. Truth is, there is good, bad, and ugly in everything.
Inside the Political Closet
We romantacize small town ways, but are they really beneficial to us? What happens when we outgrow them intellectually, yet still live in one?
Facebook Jail: Where the Innocent are Guilty
Facebook Jail, I know you all too well. In the past year, the site has gotten worse, not better. It’s almost as if Facebook doesn’t care.
My Al Franken Moment
When the Al Franken “controversy” hit, the rush to railroad was all too swift. There was rush to judgment, and nothing more.