10 THINGS WE HATE ABOUT THE HOLIDAYS!

    The sufferings of the Holiday season is upon us, and I am in desperate need of a deep freeze.  The only way I can bypass the inevitable annoyances lurking around that festive corner is by introducing my body to a temperature induced suspended animation, and enter into a cryogenic sleep. Fortunately, the demands […]

CHECKERS COMPLAINT LETTER. YOUR PHILLY CHEESE STEAK SUCKS AND YOU SUCK.

Every so often, Checkers offers the “Bacon Philly Cheese Steak Sub”, which looks quite tasty.  I’ve never tried it, but have ingested my fair share of their flagship The BIg Buford, which sounds like a character on The Dukes of Hazzard, or the brand name of an oblong sex device. After YouTubing several fat Rednecks gorging […]

CRAZY WHITE PEOPLE, AND 4 THINGS THEY LOVE!

  White people are a curious bunch.  They offer car financing, eat tuna fish sandwiches, drink Miller Lite, send their kids to summer camp, sit on the Bench in the NBA, purchase product protection plans on electronics, and whenever they gather in large numbers, they play Beer Pong and Cornhole. White people are just plain […]

23 NEW TEXTS FROM MY CAT REESES, AND I LOVE ME SOME JEWS!

  I’m taking a quick detour from my regular Bloggie Route to deliver a follow-up edition of more ‘Texts from Reeses’, which only took up a portion of my last Bloggie (I‘ll post the link at the bottom for the uncool peeps who haven’t read them). This special blog package arrived due to the overwhelmingly positive […]

18 Texts From My Cat, Puff Daddy, and the Secret to Blogging!

The eulogy for Originality has been delivered.  In the world of themed cyberspace journaling, the creative oxygen machine that pumps new thoughts into the minds of bloggers i.e., bored housewives, bipolar teenagers, crazed introverts, closeted gays,  and struggling Asian writers, has long vented its final breath. Just on TUMBLR alone, over 120 MILLION Blog Posts […]

How To Stream City Council Meetings To The Internet

by Paul M Gardner It’s not as hard as you may think, and no where near as difficult as the city wants you to believe. So about 6 weeks ago I was struck by the fact that I could watch NBA games on the internet from a foreign cable channel being streamed out of someone’s […]