I would really love to see a fad that has everyone eating nothing but butter all the time at trendy Butter Bars.
Heaven help me, I’m considering the idea of running a crowdfunding campaign.
I would like to consider my opinions more carefully before expressing them online in 2018. Perhaps my quick take neglects some key nuance.
Android is gross.
Fundamentally, you’re on your own out there.
While it appears that this sort of “meddling” is among the least of our worries, I’m glad to see a token effort being mounted to get rid of paperless voting machines.
It’s OK to love someone or something unequivocally. It’s not healthy to start from the position of expecting to find faults. Let faults, if there are any, express themselves.
It’s very hard to find black-eyed peas in California. They are traditional New Year’s Day fare for expatriated southerners. This is a (very) minor tragedy.
Just clap your hands.
May your new year be filled with adorable nightmares.
Sometimes our culture’s reverence of stupidity can have serious consequences, particularly when combined with a lack of empathy.
Troll Poll: Tabs or spaces? Vodka with vermouth in it or “vodka martini?” Tastefulness or ketchup on hot dogs? Serial comma or illegible drivel?
We gained a lot when our work tools became globally mobile, but we lost a lot more than we realized in the bargain.
I am going to have a lot of resolutions this year. Lots of things need to change.
Yes, of course there’s a motorcycle parked atop the baggage claim conveyor. Naturally.
You’ll notice it has been a long while since my previous post, and yet I’m still traveling. I refer you to the content of that previous post, which still applies.
Ordinarily I might complain right now about the unpredictable but inevitable changes in plans that go along with holiday air travel. But I’m not going to do that. Happy holidays.
I have serious doubts about any guy who walks out of a public restroom stall with a huge grin on his face.
I find that a mild Smoke Event is not a good way to start one’s morning.
This was inevitable.